From The ‘Can’t Fix Stupid’ Files

My series on the most moronic of our ‘elected’ officials…..and if I were giving a prize then Georgia’s Taylor-Green would be leading in the voting…

These are a few of her latest stupidity….

writing for Vanity Fair, columnist Bess Levin tore into Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) for her recent suggestion that women are properly understood as being owned by their husbands.

“At a gathering over the weekend, Greene took the time to suggest that women are defined by being property of men,” wrote Levin. “Responding to Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson’s refusal to be dragged into the GOP’s culture war du jour — during her confirmation hearing, Jackson declined to provide a definition of a woman for anti-trans Tennessee senator Marsha Blackburn — Greene told the Georgia Republican Assembly, ‘I’m going to tell you right now what is a woman. We came from Adam’s rib. God created us with his hands. We may be the weaker sex, we are the weaker sex, but we are our partner’s, our husband’s, wife.'”

This fool never shuts up……

In the growing and alarming trend of Republicans accusing their political opponents of being pedophiles, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has led the charge.

It’s not surprising that Greene would embrace allegations of pedophilia against her political opponents. Before she was elected to congress in 2020, Greene was a proud supporter of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which holds that the Democrats are part of a “global cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles” (her words).

In the last month, charges of pedophilia, or “grooming,” seem to be everywhere. As Jonathan Chait explains in New York magazine, two stories are driving the increasingly prominent smear:

Marjorie Taylor Greene Goes on Alarming Rant Declaring Democrats ‘The Party of Pedophiles’

She went as far as accusing Romney and Collins of pedophilia….

ongresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has taken to accusing anyone who doesn’t agree with her as a pedophile — or a pedophile supporter. “Yes, Murkowski, Collins and Mitt Romney are pro-pedophile,” Georgia’s QAnon devotee said last night. Her proof? The Senators supported Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Greene, on a roll with pedophilia accusations, also said in the same rant, “The Democrats are the party of pedophiles.”

Without any basis for her dangerous rhetoric, the outrageous conspiracy theorist conveniently forgot to mention the real stuff that goes on with the Qnuts (like herself) on the far right, such as Donald Trump’s “I’m going to be dating her in 10 years” comment as he ogled a 10-year-old girl (see video at bottom), or the Federal investigation of Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz for having a sexual relationship with an underage girl, or the Tennessee GOP’s push for a bill that allows old men to marry young girls of any age.

Marjorie Taylor Greene now calls anyone who doesn’t agree with her a pedophile

When is that coward of a Minority leader, a Speaker wannabe, going to step up grow some balls and handle these douche bags?

Running a close second to Green is a US Senator, Hawley from Missouri……

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) was one of several Republican senators who either refused to define the word “woman” or struggled to come up with a definition.

Hawley’s initial definition excluded women who have had hysterectomies.

“Someone who can give birth to a child, a mother, is a woman,” Hawley told HuffPost. “Someone who has a uterus is a woman. It doesn’t seem that complicated to me.”

How scary.

The American people have put there trust in idiots like these two slugs and the future of the country hangs on their stupidity.

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Pink Floyd–30 Years On

In my youth I was a huge Pink Floyd fan and that has never waned… I was surprised when I heard the new Pink Floyd recording….dedicated to the brave and beleaguered people of Ukraine…….

Pink Floyd guitarist and singer David Gilmour says he thought the band would never release new music again after the death of keyboard player Rick Wright in 2008—but Russia’s invasion of Ukraine changed everything. At midnight Friday, the psychedelic rock legends will release new single “Hey, Hey, Rise Up,” with proceeds going to support the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund, reports Pitchfork. It’s the band’s first original new music since the Division Bell album, which came out in 1994, when Vladimir Putin was still working in local government in St. Petersburg.

The song, which features vocals from an Instagram post by Andriy Khlyvnyuk of the Ukrainian band Boombox, is based on World War I protest song “The Red Viburnum in the Meadow,” the New York Times reports. Founding Pink Floyd member Nick Mason is on drums, but Roger Waters, who left the band in 1985, was not involved. Gilmour, who has a Ukrainian daughter-in-law, tells the Guardian that he wanted to find a way to help the country. “It’s a really difficult and frustrating thing to see this extraordinarily crazy, unjust attack by a major power on an independent, peaceful, democratic nation,” he says.

Gilmour says he contacted Mason and other musicians and convened a recording session last week, using samples of Khlyvnyuk’s voice. The Ukrainian singer left the band’s US tour in February to fight for his homeland. Gilmour says he last spoke to the singer Tuesday. “He said he had the most hellish day you could imagine, going out and picking up bodies of Ukrainians, Ukrainian children, helping with the clearing up,” Gilmour tells the Guardian. “You know, our little problems become so pathetic and tiny in the context of what you see him doing.” He says Khlvnyuk was pleased with the song and told him: “One day we’ll play it together and have a good stout afterwards, on me.”

Now listen to the first new recording by Pink Floyd in 30 years….

Have a great day… well….be safe….