Kayleigh McEnany, Tomi Lahren & Tucker Carlson were predictably stupid yesterday

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Derek Chauvin, a degenerate psychopath murderer, was found guilty of all charges yesterday. It seemed like almost everyone felt relief at the verdict, and despite police forces across the country amping themselves up to bash BLM, there weren’t people protesting on the streets or anything like that. All of that was disappointing for the regular suspects, the white supremacists who are struggling to find a way to blame Democrats for *something*. It can’t just be that an unarmed man was murdered and his murderer was found guilty. It has to be us-versus-them, white aggrievement, racist something or other. Donald Trump’s former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany chose to nitpick Joe Biden:

Donald Trump’s former Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany scolded President Joe Biden Tuesday for weighing in on the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. She said to Fox News host Harris Faulkner, “There’s so much hurt, so much pain. And I think it’s the role of the president of the United States to stay back, to not inflame the tensions. I think he should have just reserved comment and said he’s praying for the family as we all are.”

Biden has called family members of George Floyd, Chauvin’s alleged victim, to tell them he was praying for them, and he said he hopes jurors reach the “right verdict.”

Trump often exhibited the kind of behavior McEnany claimed she abhors. The former president defended the actions of Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last summer, and sent his well-wishes to Ghislaine Maxwell, accused of sex trafficking in service of Jeffrey Epstein from the White House briefing room, among other controversial remarks on legal matters.

[From The Daily Beast]

Biden didn’t “inflame the tensions,” he spoke to the Floyd family, showed compassion, urged calm and healing and argued for more proactive police reform. But Kayleigh wasn’t the only MAGA blonde with a clenched a–hole yesterday. No, Tonka Lampshade also decided to tweet:

The less said to and about Tampon Leak, the better. She was tweeting out a lot of sh-t because she was feeding on the negativity. Just keep in mind with all of these a–holes: their reaction to the white terrorism of the January 8th insurrection was markedly different. But it’s not about race, you guys.

And finally, Tucker Carlson’s White Supremacist Hour on Fox News was pretty bonkers last night.

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  1. Asking for a friend says:

    “And I think it’s the role of the president of the United States to stay back, to not inflame the tensions.”


    Absolutely no shame!

    • LightPurple says:

      This from the woman who took part in tear gasing, beating, flash-potting, and roto-washing peaceful protesters for a photo op with a Bible in response to Floyd’s death last year.

    • Esmom says:

      It’s the same playbook they used with Obama, constantly calling him responsible for racial divisions. But after having had Trump as the Divider in Chief it is pretty amazing they can continue it with a straight face. Their hypocrisy has never been laid so bare.

    • E.B. Mann says:

      Mac-a-Ninny looks like she’s thinking “Pour me a chalice of that sweet, sweet adrenochrome.”

  2. kgeo says:

    I’m not going to try to find that Tucker interview, but it looks like the NYC corrections officer didn’t say what Tucker wanted him to say.

  3. Joanna says:

    I CAN’T STAND TUCKER CARLSON. or any of them but he especially strikes a nerve w me.

    • Emm says:

      He’s the effing worst and they just let him go on and on and that face!!! That face he’s always making that looks like he’s trying to rub his two brain cells together to get some electricity in that empty head so hard that he’s going to crap himself is the most punchable face I’ve ever seen.

  4. LightPurple says:

    By far, Ben Shapiro’s complete Twitter meltdown was the most amusing. He’s still sputtering this morning.

  5. Barfly says:

    How do these people look at themselves the mirror & enjoy what they see? Justice was done. Full stop. Now let it spread like wildfire

    • MM2 says:

      Their reflection of themselves is so short sided. Can you imagine what society will view them as in 5, 20, or 50 years? Their children & grandchildren will be ashamed at their image.

    • E.B. Mann says:

      What makes you so sure they have reflections? 🤓

  6. Izzy says:

    I will say this: I do think President Biden should have said nothing about the jury or verdict until there WAS a verdict, as Jen Psaki had previously indicated he would. ONLY because the defense attorney tried to use the comments as grounds for a mistrial, and you could see that move coming from a mile away.

    I wish Carlson, Tammy, and McNinny would all fall off a cliff.

  7. Soupie says:

    Can whats-her-face in the red dress look like more of a mean girl angry -itch?

  8. Apple Tart says:

    I do hope these people are giving pre-interviews telling the Fox interns everything they want to hear. Knowing they are going to shit on Tucker and his insane ideology.

  9. tealily says:

    Wtf is Tomi talking about?

    • Esmom says:

      She’s bummed she doesn’t have rioters to demonize as she might have if the verdict was not guilty. That seems to be literally her only takeaway from all this.

      • tealily says:

        So she’s just going ahead and demonizing them* anyway.

        *Non-existant rioters

      • Esmom says:

        tealily, exactly. She’ll take any opportunity to throw gasoline on a culture war fire. Even if one isn’t burning at the moment, she’ll stoke it anyway. This is pretty much all that Fox News is doing now.

  10. Charlotte says:

    I was so happy with the verdict!! I’m not American, So I’m not neither Republican or Democrat… but who told or adviced Nancy Pelosi to said what she say in the Press Conference!! 😂 It was NOT offensive, but… a WTF?? Moment!! Poor Nancy!! LOL!!

    • Sarah says:

      It was offensive. George Floyd did not “sacrifice his life” – he was murdered. Pelosi can kick rocks with that garbage.

    • sassafras says:

      It wasn’t great. I think she was reaching for some rhetoric and her Catholicism kind of muddled the point.

      • Sarah says:

        I’m making zero excuses for it. She had weeks to prepare remarks for each outcome and this is what we got.

    • Veronica S. says:

      I get what the intention was, but it was a huge cringe moment for me. I cannot get over how incredibly bad Democrats are with rhetoric sometimes. I appreciate her having Maxine Waters’ back over her censure argument, but that was a major miss and (understandably) upset a lot of people with its implications. We don’t need to turn victims of police brutality into martyrs. That’s dehumanizing. We need be acting legislatively to stop letting the police turn American people into victims.

  11. Lemons says:

    Degenerates degenerating, that’s all this is. They want to play the victim SOOO BAD because it feels so good. Well…just be allies. There are PLENTY of things to riot about: poverty, wealth gap, wage gap, salary stagnation, pollution, global warming, abysmal national and state educational standards, food diversity, ACCESS to healthy food for all, racism, sexism, Q melting the brains of susceptible portions of the population, access to physical and mental health services, etc.

    But no. These idiots can only get it up for the “Great Replacement” as if their ancestors’ culture is anything to write home about. (And for them, it’s not since they are always looking for a way to appropriate).

  12. Grant says:

    Man, people are DRAGGING Tammy Loo-Loo in the comments on Twitter and I’m HERE FOR IT.

  13. TheOriginalMia says:

    Predictably racist. All of them. Predictably.

  14. mellie says:

    Disgusting excuses for human beings, all of them…. I don’t like any of them, but like the commenter above, I find Tucker Carlson especially hard to take, Ick/ew, nails on a chalkboard that one.
    Can you imagine waking up in the morning and feeling good about being such a racist a-hole?

  15. Rice says:

    Didn’t the Capitol Riot happen on January 6th?

    Those 3 Nazi Stooges can have many seats.

  16. Aimee says:

    Last week Carlson said the vaccines don’t even work. This guy is a flaming POS.

  17. Monica says:

    « Never said I disagreed with the verdict. Never said Chauvin wasn’t wrong.»

    Dog-whistle. IOW, she disagrees with the verdict, she’s just not going to say it on her Twitter feed.