Don’t Show Me the Time and I’ll Show You the Crime

The Kakistocracy

It is said that rape is one of the oldest weapons of war, and so it remains today. Well not so much the act itself, as that’s more the purview of our migrant moral exemplars. Soon-to-be formerly civilized societies tend to instead deploy the accusation of rape as a weapon in our internecine conflicts.

As a military proof-of-concept, #MeToo revealed the impressive lethality of sexual accusation. That this power could be wielded against more than just the most obnoxious and prolific targets did not go unnoticed by perceptive war planners.

The fact is that very few effective weapons are left lying on the sidewalk, no matter how distasteful their use. As a result, I have been waiting with unabated breath for its inevitable firing against innocent men.

In this case I’m alluding to Brett Kavanaugh, whose innocence is obviously unverifiable to me and every foaming Bolshevik now condemning him. None…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

71 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.