Phake Pharaohs
Posted in Myths

Fake News Covers Up Pyramid Slavery

Fake News did not only brainwash the public with their altered version of politics and philosophy, but they also lied about history. One of their favorites was Ancient Egypt, with its pharaohs and pyramids, which they always portrayed most cheerfully. Although this paved the way for some tourism, even it…

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Adam Schiff Cartoon
Posted in Cultural Invasion Lies About Trump Myths

Calling All Trumps to Bag the Schiff

If you throw enough Schiff, some of it will stick, Democrats hope, but bug-eyed Adam Schiff dribbles off Teflon-coated Trump, like water off a duck’s back. A puddle forms on the ground at Trump’s feet, which the POTUS gingerly steps over, while tweeting. As desperate Democrats demonize Trump with thin…

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Jazz Hands
Posted in Cultural Invasion Leftist DNA

Why Lefties Prefer Jazz Hands Over Clapping

There is often an evil motive for Leftist behavior, and lame excuses are made up routinely to explain it. One of their latest bizarre missions is to replace audience applause with silent ‘jazz hands,’ under the pretext that, “Some people are sensitive to noise.”   For those who missed this…

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Grim Reaper Welfare
Posted in Free Market Myths

Replace the Wealthy With Welfare, and Die

Did you ever notice that no kids live with Californian footpath gremlins, or that tax paid by workers is really paid by their employers? Consider how little of their money billionaires enjoy, and how much is used by the public. Have you observed how governments never penalize themselves when ‘creating’…

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Hillary Cinton's daddy issues
Posted in Feminazis Limo Libs

Hillary’s Freudian Fear of Trump

Hillary Clinton cannot defeat President Trump because she subconsciously sees him as a manifestation of her Republican father, Hugh Rodham, who perished 77 days after she became the First Lady. His death affected her profoundly, and it is believed that Donald Trump’s entry into politics stirred up distant memories of…

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