It was an opinion, not a law: To all the stars complaining about the SCOTUS ruling, the word “abortion” is NEVER mentioned in the Constitution. What the ruling did was take the Federal Government out of your uterus. Isn’t that what you wanted? And to “Pop Star” Pink who on Friday launched an all-caps Twitter tirade, demanding that anyone who is against women killing their unborn child “never fucking listen to my music again,” and “fuck right off.” I don’t see where that will be a problem.
Wondering out loud: Did our “representatives” really sign a blank “gun bill”? It’s been reported the new federal gun bill was signed blank with the promises of “we’ll do the right thing” in order to just get it done. Kind of “do something, anything, but do it now”. How long before the “Red Flag” calls start becoming “Swatting” calls?
Not an oath, more of a suggestion: The Pentagon pledged to protect “seamless access” to abortion in a statement Friday, citing the potential impact of a landmark Supreme Court ruling on troop readiness. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has taken the initiative to develop new abortion policies for the military. So that tired old oath that says “I (state your name) do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; “doesn’t apply anymore.
I hope you’re really proud of yourself: Over the weekend, Ricci Tres, who also goes by the name Ricci And Tres, beat 13-year-old skateboarder Shiloh Catori at The Boardr skating contest in New York City. The 29-year-old transgender skateboarder is actually a former Navy man who was rejected from the Olympics for his high testosterone levels. Ricci was previously rejected from “Women’s Street USA Skateboarding National Championships in a bid to qualify for the Olympics” for having high testosterone levels. Ricci also fathered three children in his previous marriage. The family must be so proud of
Dad Mom, them.
Speed trap: Police in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, took to the skies last week for a speed control operation on Maryland Route 10, a 7-mile expressway that runs from Pasadena to near Glen Burnie. Overall, within a two and a half-hour period on Friday afternoon, authorities made 19 stops, issued 24 citations and gave five warnings. From the sky, the aviation unit managed to observe multiple speeders going over 100 mph, including a Ford Mustang going 169 mph, police said. The posted speed limit on Route 10 is 55 mph. Wonder what the fine is for doing 114 mph over the limit. Ouch.