DNC con-Con, night one

Kruiser hilariously takes the piss out of a hot mess.

Well, the 2020 Democratic National Convention (DNC) kinda/sorta got underway on Monday night and we’re still waiting to hear from the twelve people who aren’t in political media who watched it.

Those who did were in for a real treat if they’ve never had a concussion or done hallucinogenic drugs before and wondered what either is like without having to actually experience them.

A series of individually recorded remote speeches gave it a “Gee, we’re sorry we can’t be there for your 90th birthday, Uncle Joe” vibe. That’s perfectly fine when it’s Uncle Joe’s 90th birthday but it’s not as fun if it’s Uncle Joe’s 90th attempt at becoming president of the United States. And Uncle Joe isn’t even at his own party to watch because he’s in the basement.

One of the more perplexing things was the DNC giving a speaking slot to former Ohio governor and noted mailman’s son John Kasich. Kasich brings slightly less excitement than dryer lint to any gathering he graces but what was most amusing was that during the somnambulant lead-up to the DNC, the Democrats were acting like Kasich was a real big get for them.

The DNC had a few other faux Republicans speaking on Monday. The only thing they had in common is that no Republican under 50 remembers any of them and they’re trying to feel relevant by doing useful idiot turns for the Democrats. They will be winning no hearts, minds, or voters. Other than the “LOOK! Republicans badmouthing Trump!” narrative it’s difficult to figure out what the DNC’s calculus for trotting out these losers was.

The only big surprise is that mewling liberal turncoat Mittens Romneycare (D—Whicheverstatehecangetelectedin) didn’t show up to give a fellatory go-Joe speech too. Could be that’s coming later on in the week, maybe.

Interest-piqueing update! The Demonrat convention is pure shitshow, naturally, but it’s looking like the RNC one will be…interesting.

The St. Louis couple who wielded firearms while Black Lives Matter protesters gathered outside their mansion will make an appearance at the Republican National Convention next week, a report said Monday.

Personal injury attorneys Mark and Patricia McCloskey are expected to express their support for President Trump during the virtual weeklong event, party officials told the Washington Post.

And it gets even better yet.

Covington Catholic high school student Nick Sandmann, who was viciously smeared by the establishment media and has won settlements from the Washington Post and CNN, will speak at the Republican National Convention (RNC), Trump campaign and RNC officials confirmed to Breitbart News exclusively.

In addition to Sandmann, campaign and Convention officials confirmed to Breitbart News what the Washington Post reported previously, that the St. Louis couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey will speak at the RNC next week. In addition, Andrew Pollack—whose daughter Meadow was killed in the Parkland shooting at Stoneham Douglas High School in February 2018—will speak at the Convention, a Trump campaign official confirmed to Breitbart News. Abby Johnson, a former clinic director at Planned Parenthood who is now a leading pro-life activist, will also speak at the Convention, as will South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and GOP candidate for U.S. House and veteran Sean Parnell.

Sources familiar with the plans told Breitbart News that each of these cases—in particular, those of Sandmann, the McCloskeys, Pollack, and Johnson—illustrate the potentially disastrous consequences of Democrat governance.

As if getting to enjoy Trump slow-roasting Uncle Gropey over a roaring rhetorical fire wasn’t going to be entertaining enough.

5 thoughts on “DNC con-Con, night one

  1. Not watching since I’m not interested in watching the insane, but tonight is the nomination night.

    So, all the bubbles that predicted Slow Joe the corrupt would be replaced by clinton\michelle\warren\sanders\etc are going to be burst.

    On to the “he’ll be replaced”, “he’ll die”, etc.

    I have said from very early on, and been called crazy for it, that the dopey bastard would be the dem nominee in spite of the obvious fact that his wit, once half, has now diminished to 10% or so.

    Think how thin your party leadership is that you have a senile old fuck running as your presidential nomination, and your other leaders are pelosi that can barely get a complete sentence out, a fat waddling penguinesqe creature best suited to for under bridge service, and a bug eyed bastard whose last name is shitf or similar.

  2. Hey, there’s still plenty of time for Dementia Joe to pass away in a totally non-suspicious manner. 🙂 But it does appear that the donkeys have decided to go with the senile old creep as the figure head of their ticket. I admit to being wrong on this one. I thought they would replace him.

    The Kasich thing is also puzzling to me. Do the donkeys really think his speech will help deliver Ohio? Son of a postage stamp could not even win a majority of votes in his home state in the 2016 primary; he did get the most votes and the delegates but overall not a strong showing.

    Maybe the DNC speaking slot is a bone tossed to the Never Trumpers, to keep them semi-relevant? Both wings of the Uniparty would love to go back to “normal” with the GOPe quislings playing second banana/professional losers to the Dems. They need to keep the Never Trumpers around to try to wring some more use out of them, I guess.

    1. the donkeys have decided to go with the senile old creep as the figure head of their ticket

      As I’ve been saying for a couple months,

      EDIT: Hmm. Image isn’t showing. No problem. Here’s the text from the picture I made:

      Some Biden voters may not be pedophiles, but every single one decided that groping children is not a deal breaker.

      1. I’ve seen that meme.
        Same thing with Clintoons.
        He was a rapist and she covered it up, (and who knows who she raped), which everyone ignores.

  3. Kasich the NeverTrump Buffet Fan made a speech in lieu of Romney. Romney still has to pretend to be a Republican for the Senate gig.

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