Martha Stewart is cute when she plays the ex-con gangsta meme, but it is not that charming for Trump the actual mobster. It’s even worse for that 30% of the nation; those Trumpists whose fear of the imaginary has yet to reconcile their privilege with the onward march of history.
“I’ve been in lock up. Justin, you would not last a week. So pay attention,” Stewart warned, before detailing a hilarious prison guide surely never to be found in one of her magazines.
“The first think you’ll need is a shank. I made mine from a comb and a pack of gum. I’ll show you how later. It’s so simple. I found Bubblicious works best and it’s so much fun to say. You see, when I did my stretch, all the hood rats on my cell block wanted to break off a piece of Martha Stewart’s ass. I decided some b—- needed to be got. I walked into the chow hall, picked out the biggest bull dyke and I stuck her. From then on, prison was easier than making blueberry scones.”
Unlike the fakery of campus free speech rights violations promulgated by RWNJs, the lawfare classifying Insane Clown Posse a gang, is more like the classification of antiFa as a domestic terror group because the RWNJs created numerous fake antiFA “branches”. False flags abound.
But in 2017 we are in a new constitutional situation that looks to be even more complex as we approach #TrumpRussia’s tipping point. We need to trust that justice will be done, despite so many anomalies.
Violent J: “Intelligence is how to make a nuclear bomb. But wisdom is how not to use it. Juggalos have mad wisdom.”
This has become Juggalo Nation now.
— Scientific American (@sciam) September 17, 2017
Jesus Christ this picture is Right-wing America.
A bunch of paranoid people trying to protect a fantasy from a threat which does not exist. pic.twitter.com/Mz8PUcSIsc
— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) September 17, 2017