“Honey Badger” Unchained

Fresh off his loss to Kristi Burton Brown in the race to be the next Colorado Republican Party chairman, former Secretary of State, “election truther” of record, and red meat slinger extraordinaire Scott Gessler seems much more upfront about how he really feels:

By “communists” we don’t think Gessler means you personally. We don’t think. We hope anyway, because being thrown from a helicopter sounds awfully unpleasant.

It’s a joke, see? This is what “Honey Badger” thinks is funny.

8 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Sparky says:

    Honestly this kind of thing is just really sad, although given their recent propensity for political violence, the problem is that his whole party are sociopaths who constantly harbor fantasies of committing violence.

    • Sparky says:

      Between this guy, Boebert, and the rest of the jokers in this party, it's like a bunch of semi-sentient Facebook boomer memes came to life and started controlling half the country.

      • MartinMark says:

        I see these memes – many of which are incomprehensible, except they clearly have a common theme of something to do with murdering liberals – and I assume that they're the latest incarnation of a wingnut in-joke du jour going around.

        So, then I wonder who Wingnut Zero is.  Years ago it was Rush Limbaugh.

  2. Meiner49er says:

    Let's get real. They only want to drop the male communists from helicopters. Fascists have always been turned on by "guerilla girls."

  3. davebarnes says:

    I do not get this oblique reference to Argentina.

    • ParkHill says:

      This is a T-shirt/meme used by Proud Boys, 3-percenters, etc. 

      One of the key elements of fascism is a fetish for violence. Glorify & normalize violence, and de-humanize your enemy as a means of letting loose the dogs of chaos. 

  4. Mike W. says:

    Reportable to Facebook for glorifying violence. Highly recommend everyone do so. 

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