Steve Guest wondered — in all seriousness — if Elizabeth Warren was going to commit voter fraud by having Bailey the Dog vote for Joe Biden.
GOP 'Rapid Response Director' Thinks Elizabeth Warren's Dog Can Vote
Credit: Twitter Screenshot
July 17, 2020

I have always said one needs a certain level of intelligence to have a sense of humor. Which explains the following tweet by GOP "Rapid Response Director," Steve Guest:

Naturally, the Twitterverse responded by pointing out that:

  1. That's not a voter registration, it's an application for voter registration, and obviously, if a cat is DEAD, it cannot apply to vote, silly pants, and
  2. Obviously, Sen. Warren isn't gonna admit to everyone out loud that she is going to commit election fraud in an online interview. That kind of announcement would CLEARLY be something she would save for a more serious program, like Rachel Maddow, or This Week With David Brinkley, who incidentally, is also dead, so how can she announce it on THAT show?

I swear, sometimes these GOP operatives can be so dumb.

Twitter showed Steve Guest what Rapid Response really looked like.

Here's the thing, though. Funny, as many tweeters pointed out, how Guest used an application addressed to a dead cat to express concern about voter fraud, but not — oh, let's say — a member of HIS OWN DAMN PARTY who was convicted of that very thing just the other day.

Oh, and also weird how Guest and his GOP sh*theads care more about a dead cat receiving a voting registration application in the mail than the 1.4 million actual humans in Florida who were disenfranchised by Thursday's Supreme Court decision, affirming that poll taxes were somehow still legal in Florida, despite the 24th Amendment.

Actually, I take it back. That's not weird. Nor is it funny. It's completely on-track for Republicans.

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