Last week in right-wing trolling
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Alec Baldwin did not “literally” murder anyone. He was charged with involuntary manslaughter after earlier charges against him were downgraded. Two previous prosecutors also quit the case. This one was just never going to stick, so the case has been dropped. Why does MAGA care? They’re still mad at Baldwin because he made fun of Trump on SNL. That’s it.
It’s really not, but okay, Benny.
Anti-vaccine advocate RFK Jr. is running for president as a Democrat. After announcing he went on Tucker Carlson's show, as all very real Democrats do.
"Soros funded DA" is the new McCarthyism, really.
How desperate are some right-wingers to not be labeled as a puppet of the World Economic Forum? This desperate. (Yes, it really is this big of a deal to them. I wish I was kidding.)
MTG started a podcast, and she’s playing all the hits. Is this Pizzagate 2.0? Does she have any evidence? Maybe the Jewish space lasers know.
DeSantis went noticeably harder on the “anti-Woke” stuff this past week. He still apparently thinks this can make him president.
As also seen here…
And yes, they’re still trying to boycott Budweiser.
Laura Loomer appeared to imply that Dominion could use the $787.5 million settlement from Fox News to rig the 2024 election. Fox News of course paid Dominion that amount because they lied about Dominion rigging the 2020 election. You can't make this stuff up sometimes.
UncoverDC is run by Tracy Beanz (real name Tracy Diaz), a QAnon influencer who published extensive stolen election lies on UncoverDC in the lead up to January 6. After the failed insurrection happened, Diaz blamed the event on ANTIFA. So yes, Mike Flynn is mad at ChatGPT for not treating UncoverDC as an accurate source. The right will, no doubt, blame this on Wokeness.
Yes, actual Republican women want to repeal the 19th Amendment and take away women's right to vote.
We talk about this in the next episode of our podcast. We interviewed freelance journalist Robert Silverman. It's great. He’s great, and you should check it out when we release it on Monday.
See you then!