The Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church currently sequestered within the walls of the Danilov Monastery discussing retaliatory measures to be taken in response to the exarch (designates holders of various historical offices, some of them being political or military and others being ecclesiastical) ruling by the Patriarchate of Constantinople as it regards the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, have now centered their talks on debating a declaration of “Holy War” against the United States—and that follows by nearly 3 years the Russian declaration of “Holy War” against the radical Islamic terrorists barbarians in Syria after the Church asked President Putin to make the protection of Christians one of the governments main foreign policy directions, to which he replied: “This is how it will be, have no doubt”. […]
Naughty naughty! […]
In a memorable culinary-themed fashion statement to close the debate, Hillary Clinton served up a new Gucci pant suit to wow undecided voters. The spiffy ensemble will certainly be remembered as she presented the national audience with an artfully garnished, steaming plate of bullshit peppered with a dash of inanity and tears. […]
So Hillary went on Ellen to share a little about her Post-Debate Traumatic Stress Disorder from the battering she got on October 9. She said Donald was “dominating” and “invaded her space.” She said, essentially, “I am a feeble old woman that has yet to process the loss of my ‘safe space.'” Yeah. We need a strong leader like that, because other leaders will respect her “safe space” when launching nukes. This is exactly the kind of weakness and cowardice Americans detest and plays right into the “women are too emotional and weak to lead” stereotype. Think Margaret Thatcher would pull this pathetic nonsense? […]
The only person that got booed that night was Hillary. It was a slaughter.
On the day Trump was to go down in flames after a tape with his naughty language was leaked to the Washington Post, after a mass defection of Republican pussies scrambled to the media to bask in self-righteousness, everyone expected a night of Trump apologies and feminist beat downs. Instead, we saw a slaughter, the most stunning display of psychological warfare seen since the Iraq war. […]