GOP State House Candidate All In For Quackery Over Microchips

Samantha Koch, the Republican nominated to unseat Rep. Sue Lontine in southwest Denver’s House District 1, wants you to know that she has got this whole coronavirus thing figured out:

Once again, the rule of “we’d ignore it if they weren’t a Republican candidate for the legislature” applies! There’s a lot to unpack here, more than we or the voters of HD-1 will most likely have time for. But please, begs the Food and Drug Administration and every other responsible public health authority in the world, do not take hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 no matter how many Republicans tell you you should. And if Bill Gates’ philanthropy ends up contributing to a coronavirus vaccine, your first instinct as a reasonable person should not be to assume it contains a mind control microchip.

These people have always been with us, of course. 2020 is merely bringing them out of the woodwork, and Donald Trump’s Republican Party has given them a home.

5 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. davebarnes says:

    It is very disappointing to read that there is no microchip in Bill Gates' vaccine.
    I was hoping I could use it to replace Apple Pay.

  2. davebarnes says:

    Here's an idea.
    Trump supporters get to go to FEMA reëducation camps.
    Democrats get to party like it is 2015.

  3. 2Jung2Die says:

    Is she one of the Koch Sisters?

  4. Genghis says:

    Yet another reason to want a Biden administration (not that we really needed another reason) lies in the likelihood that Biden would release  the hydroxybonercream the feds have been hoarding under Trump to Lupus patients and others who can actually benefit from taking it.

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