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TX Ag Commissioner Who Wanted To Nuke Muslims Has A Neat New Job!

I do not know what “carrying Texas for the ag industry for Trump” means, not do I want to because I am certain it has something to do with Snakes on a Nuke.
TX Ag Commissioner Who Wanted To Nuke Muslims Has A Neat New Job!

If you’ve been having your hair done here for a while you’re very familiar with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller. He’s so crooked that they are gonna have to screw him into the ground when he dies. He’d have to study-up to be an imbecile.

Not only that, he’s a cow short of a herd. You know, like the time he wanted to bomb “Muslim” like we did Japan. Or when he wanted to add guns and ammo to our state’s back-to-school tax-free weekend because, get ready for this, kids can now carry guns on college campuses. He spent taxpayer money to go to Oklahoma to get a “Jesus shot.” He wants to form a posse and fight the “invasion” from Mexico. He compared Syrian refugees to rattlesnakes. He threatened to slap people who say, “Happy Holidays” to him. And merrily signed up Ted Nugent as an advisor.

And all that was before sunrise.

So what does Ole Sid do to top all that? Well, Honey, there’s nothing else he could do to put his unique skill set to valuable use.

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said Friday he is working with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s campaign to help lead an agriculture team.

“Of course my emphasis will be carrying Texas for the ag industry for Trump,” Miller told Hasty. “Personally I think Donald Trump will be great for agriculture.

I do not know what “carrying Texas for the ag industry for Trump” means, not do I want to because I am certain it has something to do with Snakes on a Nuke.

Crossposted at juanitajean.com


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