What Happens When You Cross A Republican With A Republican? I Dunno But It’s Dumb

Darlin’, blow your nose because your brain is dusty.
What Happens When You Cross A Republican With A Republican? I Dunno But It’s Dumb

I’m beginning to think that the GOP run-off between Thad Cochran and Chris McDaniel is going to last forever and will end up looking like Sherman went through Mississippi instead of Georgia.

This sucker runs the gamut from illegal photo-taking to suicide to breaking and entering to bribes to … hell, there’s no end in sight.

Although the Mississippi GOP certified Cochran as the winner, McDaniel is claiming that he will challenge the decision.

And get this: he’s superhero CorruptionBuster!

In an interview with WLOX-TV on Monday, McDaniel remarked that “there’s no timetable for justice.”“We’re going to find the corruption that exists in Mississippi, if it exists, and we’re going to put an end to it once and for all,” he said.

Yeah, putting an end to corruption in Mississippi would be just a little harder than moving the capital from Jackson to New York City.

And if there’s a circus anywhere within the boundaries of electoral college votes, Ted Cruz wants to be the ringmaster. So, he jumps in.

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Monday called for an official investigation into alleged voter fraud in the Mississippi Senate runoff, calling all the talk of voting irregularities “appalling.”

Yep, appalling. Bygawd, just appalling.

But here’s where it gets tricky.

“We’ve seen serious allegations of voter fraud,” Cruz said on “The Mark Levin Show.” “And I very much hope that no Republican was involved in voter fraud.

Darlin’, blow your nose because your brain is dusty.

It was a primary. That means Republican against Republican, so if you’re all set to prove that Republicans commit voter fraud, then you aren’t the ringmaster, you’re the clown.


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