Sarah Palin And Other Conservatives Fly Into A Panic After Seeing UN Vehicles On The Road (SCREENSHOTS)
The stupidity is truly breathtaking, and hilarious.
This man doesn’t belong on a public platform. He belongs in an institution.
This is the height of irresponsible journalism.
Conservatives desperately want us to believe LaVoy Finicum died with his hands up. Even his own friends are saying that’s false.
President Obama went off on a CNN anchor after he promoted a right-wing conspiracy theory on guns.
If you thought President Obama leaving office would put an end to the insane conspiracy theories and far-right nutbaggery, you thought wrong.
The sheriff investigating the mass shooting at an Oregon community college promoted a conspiracy video.
How could we totally forget that Obama tried to take over Texas?
Vote for the party of deregulation, privatization, corporate tax breaks and “Corporations are people, my friend,” to stop a corporate coup… Worst. Plan. Ever.
The right wing thinks the fix is already in.
Conservative presidential candidate and all-around crazy person, Ben Carson, accuses President Obama is supporting a top secret plan to exterminate Black people through birth control.
This crazy right-wing conspiracy theorist has come up with one that crams several favorites together. It’s conspiracy bingo and Avi Lipkin has filled his card.
Anybody who wants Hillary Clinton for president has obviously just drank the Kool-Aid, according to this guy.
Many praised Texas Governor Greg Abbott for sending the State Guard to monitor Jade Helm 15 because right-wing nutjobs are worried — but some just sent him tin foil.
Republicans get dumber every day.
Not being able to grasp Jade Helm 15 for what it is… this Congressman is blaming his surging stupidity and paranoia on President Obama. I swear, Republicans would vote in a sack of potatoes if someone printed “Freedom” on the side of the bag.
As if these people weren’t racist enough, they actually accused the first African-American president of deputizing gang members.
“I’m concerned about a minority of the population that speaks loudly and frequently about anecdotal issues. They do not speak for the public,” said Frank Mozdy, chief medical officer at Summit Health.
Glenn Beck says that Grover Norquist is “a very bad man.” If the NRA doesn’t do something about him, Beck and lots of his followers will cancel their memberships.