Many People Are Saying 3/31/2023
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Today we’ve got Tommy’s review of the Jolanda Jones staff resignation, Gordon covers the new James Whitfield drama, finally, we spoke with a Texas conservative grassroots activist who was named as a paid FBI informant.
Entire Staff for State Rep. Jolanda Jones [D-147] Rage-Quits, Leaks Unhinged Resignation Letter
The staff for State Representative Jolanda Jones nuked any hopes of having future careers in politics by resigning in spectacular fashion. A document on official letterhead for House District 147 began circulating Thursday, with many people saying the document is tantamount to the Black Declaration of Independence.
The letter blasts the freshman Democrat from Houston for allowing her son to chase tail around the capitol and forcing her staff to do actual work. The staff appear to be under the impression that they were the ones elected by the voting machines and not the elected Representative.
Apparently, Jolanda Jones was a stud athlete in the 1980’s and a TV star in the 2000’s, but now she is a lesbian lawmaker with a horny son running buck wild at the Capitol.
One of the former-staffers signed their name in comic sans font, which really encapsulates the absurdity of the situation. They whine about what they assert was some kind of wrongdoing and, frankly, even if I learned every word is true, I wouldn’t care at all. I hear “your son is running around the Capitol chasing big booty Latinas” and I’m like “yeah, who isn’t?”
Written by entitled millennials, the letter is a preview of the hellish world to come once the first generation raised on CRT and cell phones come into positions of power.
I never thought I would be siding with a lesbian Democrat from a reality TV show, yet here we are.