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Noted in Passing: Struggling to Speak

Watch the woman on the right barely contain her impulse to nod her pretty little loyal Nomenklatura head like the drinking bird over the glass.

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  • Mike Austin May 29, 2021, 11:01 AM

    The Biden regime should have hired Mel Blanc’s son to speak behind the curtains while Biden mumbled silently. Maybe Mr. Blanc could have done a Donald Duck routine. Who would possible know the difference?

  • Kevin in PA May 29, 2021, 11:25 AM

    The emperor has no clothes!

  • enn ess May 29, 2021, 11:40 AM

    Practice your Madarin cause shortly you’ll need it, once esteemed leader dear comrade slo jo completes the giveaway. Media and his surroundlings will not say squat or bring anything to attention while obummer/jarrett & company pull the strings in the background.
    Slo jo has been a complete and verifiable disgrace as a human his entire adult life to say nothing of his unaccountable spawn. I’m seriously hoping the pendulum has reached its full swing towards the commies, cause when it begins its back swing, holy moly what a racket it’s going to make….. Sand bags are the normal pickup cargo to fend off the rising flood of tears from all those with dreams and false illusions of utopia……

  • gwbnyc May 29, 2021, 12:05 PM
  • Foo May 29, 2021, 3:38 PM
  • TN Tuxedo May 30, 2021, 6:31 AM

    Here is the awkwardness:

    The emperor is naked. Everyone in that room sees it. But no one in that room can say anything about it, because they are the ones who helped him become the emperor.

  • Mitchell Strand May 30, 2021, 8:45 AM

    This is the inherent problem of Leftism. You go in with grand, youthful ideas like fairness and helping the little guy and making the rich pay “their fair share,” and sooner or later you have to deny the evidence of your senses. Leftism doesn’t just co-opt your money or your freedom, it co-opts your ability to process the facts of reality. Half of the effort expended by Leftists is devising ways to convince its followers to follow their labyrinthine logic to explain what their eyes can plainly see and their ears can plainly hear.

    And soon it becomes second nature to nod along as a confused septuagenarian mumbles through a speech and then repeat to your friends what you think he meant to say. Because they’re perfectly willing to nod along while you talk, because actually trusting their own senses is too daunting.