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Well … BYE: David Hogg’s thread about young Americans LEAVING the country over politics (especially 2024) is ACCIDENTALLY and painfully hilarious

Well … BYE: David Hogg’s thread about young Americans LEAVING the country over politics (especially 2024) is ACCIDENTALLY and painfully hilarious

David HAD to know this thread wouldn’t go well. Was he trolling, maybe?

Nah, trolling takes a least some thought process, especially when the person involved has a pretty blue checkmark.

Pretty sure ol’ David thinks all of this is true …

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Harvard’s PRIDE, right here, ladies and gents:

State of politics? Does he realize Biden is the president right now?

Does he think this is a threat? Alrighty.

Then don’t raise kids here, David. Pretty simple.

He had no idea people are unhappy under Biden?

Heh.

Too bad, we would help him pack his bags.

Execution.

You know, they just don’t get it. While Trump was president, sure, he said some dumb stuff, but there were no mandates. The only authoritarian we’ve seen in office is a Democrat … this is just remarkably stupid on so many levels.

Harvard.

Wow.

What a bunch of self-centered, entitled brats.

And he’s their leader.

We’d donate!

No, no, he does not.

Nope.

BUT TRUMP.

WAAAAAAH.

David was handed an education at Harvard, and he’s b*tching and moaning about where he lives.

Talk about an elitist jacka*s.

Ha!

Dammit, though, that song will be in our head all day now.

Oh well, WORTH IT.

Cross-posted from Twitchy

Notes from the Editor

I think David Hogg is just one of many with our youth today that believe if they don’t get their way, they will leave. This reminds me of the commercial of the 40-year-old child threatening his parents if they don’t shape up, he could move out. It turns out things don’t operate in this fashion in the real world; if you want to leave…goodbye.

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We used to expect this type of behavior from kids 13, 14, or 15, but now it is happening with 21 to 30-year-old children. Sadly, today our adults are acting more and more like children.

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