Saturday, January 21, 2017

Don't you hate it when you leave your medications behind?

I'm sure Ashley Judd must be regretting it, by now.

Update: Apparently a lot of the ladies were off their meds.

One immediate effect of Trump's presidency has been to flush the haters and kooks out into the open, where their antics have clearly demonstrated the overlap between leftist politics and mental illness (and plain old evil). I hope Trump's operatives are keeping a video record; it'll come in handy in 2020.


Gregoryno6 said...

Creepy Harpy aka Madonna made some comments at that rally about blowing up the White House. As opposed to blowing the White House - which would not, by my estimation, be beyond her oral capacity.
At any rate, the Secret Service should invite her in for a long long chat about those words.

Gregoryno6 said...

Aaaand... The Secret Service has reportedly said it will open an investigation into Madonna after the singer told the Women's March on Washington that she had thought about 'blowing up the White House'.

Hoping this is not fake news.

bruce said...

Many such stars join cults, much more than the general population.

Rushing to defend the abusive cult leader against his/her enemies is common. The more abusive the leader the more hysterically they attack cult enemies. And, may I say, women are the worst cult followers, the most credulous and the most vicious. It seems to be an extension of the battered wife syndrome, they are easily brainwashed by a clever manipulator. Everyone has seen extreme but obvious examples of this but it's not really discussed as it should be, because no one has a solution.

rinardman said...

I'm just worried that they won't be able to maintain this level of crazy for the next four years.

But, maybe I'm underestimating them.

RebeccaH said...

Gah. I would say those women are going to be embarrassed someday when they have to explain the photos to their children, but it's unlikely they will ever have any.