Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announced Wednesday that he will not be seeking re-election to his Congressional seat, perhaps because he can already sense his party is going to be humiliated in the upcoming midterm elections.
CNN commentator Jack Kingston, a former GOP member of Congress from Georgia, thought it would be a good time to pontificate on the retirement of Ryan, so he went on Twitter and posted this:
— Jack Kingston (@JackKingston) April 11, 2018
Take a minute to digest that and have a good long laugh. Social media sure did:
Yeah who in the world will we attack now pic.twitter.com/yMJuCQrARh
— PeterDavies (@PeterMDavies80) April 11, 2018
You actually get paid for these political thoughts?#IAmInTheWrongLineOfWork
— TrumpsTaxes (@TrumpsTaxes) April 11, 2018
I am consistently impressed by your ability to differentiate yourself as one of the most inane sycophants in a very crowded field of inane sycophants.
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) April 11, 2018
Are you able to dress yourself in the morning, or do you have good attendants at the home?
— Until justice rolls down like water… (@PalmettoProgres) April 11, 2018
Oh, you sanctimonious, thunderingly-stupid, taintslupring, shitweasel. If they ALL retired we’d still have you to go after, you colossal shitshuffling prick.
— Dane Rauschenberg (@SeeDaneRun) April 11, 2018
Have you bothered to look at the responses to your ridiculous tweet? You might want to just delete it, to avoid further humiliation. Is there anything at all between your ears? #GOPComplicit #RyanResign #BlueWaveComing2018 #Midterms2018
— Claudia D’Aquin (@ClaudiaDAquin) April 11, 2018
So now the Democrats have no one to attack? Well, at least we won’t stoop to the pathetic level of people like Faux News host Laura Ingraham and start making fun of brave young people who dare to speak their minds and resist the bloody agenda of the gun lobby.