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#1126 Post by earendel » Thu Oct 15, 2020 5:32 am

silverscreenselect wrote:
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Lindsey Graham questioning Amy Coney Barrett 10/14/20 wrote:You're not aware of any effort to go back to the good old days of segregation by a legislative body, is that correct?
Lindsey must really want to lose this election. He keeps handing his opponent ready-made sound bites. (Although, to be fair, a certain portion of Lindsey's core constituency probably agrees with his sentiments.)
He's now claiming that he was being sarcastic.
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#1127 Post by silverscreenselect » Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:56 am

Here in Georgia, Sen. David Perdue, who is in a tight re-election race with Jon Ossoff, took a page right out of the playbook of our own resident certified non-racist Flock. Perdue was speaking at the rally for Donald Trump yesterday and repeatedly mispronounced Kamala Harris's name, referring to her at one point as "Kamala-mala-mala whatever." The crowd found this hilarious. Ossoff and many other Democrats did not. Perdue claimed that this was just an innocent mispronunciation, even though he's been serving on the same Senate committee with Harris for several years. By the way, Perdue ran an attack ad against Ossoff (who is Jewish) earlier this year in which Ossoff's nose was digitally enlarged in the ad. (Perdue claimed that was a misunderstanding.)

I really miss Flock's presence here at times like this. He would enlighten us that making fun of the pronunciation of the names of Democratic politicians of Indian descent can't possibly be racist.
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