Sunday, June 26, 2022

GET ME REWRITE: Hitler-quoting MAGA, one-woman clown show Mary Miller calls overturning Roe a 'white life' victory

Mary Miller (R-Illinois)
HeadlineNPR, 6/26/2022
"President Trump, on behalf of all the MAGA patriots in America, I want to thank you for the historic victory for white life in the Supreme Court yesterday," said Rep. Mary Miller, R-Ill., as she raised her hands to lead the crowd in Mendon, Ill., in applause. 
Her campaign says Miller misspoke. "She very clearly meant to say 'victory for Right to Life' during her remarks," said Isaiah Wartman, a campaign spokesperson, in an email to NPR, characterizing the moment as a "mishap" and a "stumble."

Oh no, she's totally programmed, channeling Bobbie Markowe in "The Stepford Wives"

Original 1/14/2021 post starts here.

In a conservative, solidly Republican district, Miller defeated her Democratic opponent by nearly 47 percentage points.   A romp, in other words.

Boston Globe, 1/14/2021 
An angry Moulton snapped pictures of the congressional quislings, precipitating a clash with Republican Mary Miller, the first-term representative from Illinois who had quoted Hitler approvingly at a “Save the Republic” rally the day before. [emphasis added]
“She came up and started screaming at me, inches from my face, spittle coming out of her mouth,” Moulton recalled. She said that she didn’t need to wear a mask, that COVID only kills 1 percent anyway, and that she wasn’t contagious, according to Moulton (Miller’s spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment).

GET ME REWRITE: Kansas GOP shamelessly uses "Value Them Both" constitutional amendment as a recruiting tool for Kansas City voters


Don't believe it?  Look at the demographics.

Related post:
Kansas GOP is fluent in Newspeak. (6/26/2022)

Kansas GOP is fluent in Newspeak


HeadlineKansas Reflector, 6/24/2022
Under the state Supreme Court’s decision, Kansans retained that right even if Roe v. Wade was struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court. Passage of the “Value Them Both” amendment to the Kansas Constitution would nullify the state Supreme Court’s interpretation of constitutional rights to private health decisions and open the door to a ban or additional limitations on the procedure in Kansas. 
The proposed Kansas amendment included no exemption for pregnancies occurring as result of rape or incest or to save the life of the pregnant woman. However, it wouldn’t preclude the legislative and executive branches of state government from embracing those exceptions in Kansas law.  [emphasis added]

Welcome to GOP hypocrisy.