Hysterical Headlines for April 11th - Hogg, Hannity & California

Hysterical Headlines (Funny or Absurd) for April 11th - Hogg, Hannity & California 

Bottom Line: These are the daily doses of nonsense in the media and my hot takes on them...      

Excerpt: David Hogg has been accepted at the University of California, Irvine, "but he will not be going to college this year because he's decided to take a year off and work on the midterm elections," his mother, Rebecca Boldrick, told CNN Monday. She said her son hopes to register and educate new voters and to "get people to vote." 

Hot Take: Things that make you go hmm... About one's true ambitions... Politics above factual information by chance?  

Excerpt: “Jimmy, if you do want to start up again, I promise I will punch back even harder.” “And my producer spent all weekend compiling a lot of your highlights, or lowlights, in your career. They don’t make you look too good. Instead of airing them, we will put them in storage and we have more important pressing issues like what’s happening in Syria and gassing of women and children.”

Hot Take: I don't know what kind of loser you have to be to write a story fashioned as Sean Hannity threatening Jimmy Kimmel under the premise that what Sean's threat entails is playing a compilation of Kimmel's former TV content. This wreaks of an effort to attempt to make Sean out to be someone he isn't, saying something he didn't, knowing that most people in today's society never read past headlines to figure out that what you've got here is complete crap wrapped as something that's a viable story. 

Hot Take: But the largest state in the union violating the United States Constitution and refusing to comply with the laws of the land isn't? How would you have lawlessness by a state addressed? Secondly what's the definition of the National Guard. I'll help because clearly at Salon you haven't a clue. Here's the National Guard Mission statement: National Guard Soldiers serve both community and country. Our versatility enables us to respond to domestic emergencies, overseas combat missions, counterdrug efforts, reconstruction missions and more.  

Hmm, is federal drug and human trafficking a domestic emergency? Is a state refusing to combat this one as well? Would this be considered a counterdrug effort? So not only does it check one box of the actual purpose of the guard but multiple ones... 

Until tomorrow...      



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