September 30, 2019
Ducks are NOT like geese. They are friendly creatures. They ARE delicious, but that doesn’t mean you should murder them for fun!
What if I told you I murdered a duck. What if it was really weird when I said it, and I just yuk-yuked it up, laughing my stupid head off about this innocent duck that I murdered.
Would you think I was satanic?
Then what if I told you my name was… Amy Klobuchar?
Would you remember who I was, and then think that was really weird?
Presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar recounted an odd series of events on the golf course Sunday, revealing she once accidentally killed a duck during a game.
The Democrat was speaking during a 2020 presidential candidate forum sponsored by the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) in Detroit.
— Brett Banditelli (@banditelli) September 29, 2019
“I did one time try to play golf… but I misfired on the first try and the ball hit a duck in the head, and it appeared to perish,” Klobuchar told the crowd whose uneasy laughter was audible.
“So, I don’t it’s a good idea for the bird population of America if I play golf,” she added.
It doesn’t sound like it’s a good idea for anyone that you do anything!
Leave us alone, you fat old ugly cunt!
Of course, I don’t have to know the context to know that this was Amy “F*ck a Duck” Klobuchar blabbing about how Orange Man is always off playing golf and not doing his business as chief, and how that wouldn’t be a problem for her, because she’s a woman.
Well, why not instead ask her about how every woman I’ve ever heard of in any workplace refuses to work completely and just sits around on her phone or plays those stupid farming games on Facebook? Why not ask her about how women abuse coworkers and underlings when they are going through their menstruation period? Why not ask her about the fact that everyone on earth knows that a woman, menstruating or not, cannot ever get along with anyone at the workplace, ever, and does nothing but cause drama and problems all day?
What about hour-long bathroom breaks as soon as something important starts happening?
I mean she answers the question of “hahaha oh no, I wouldn’t experience that supposed problem that men have at the job because I’m a woman” – well, the obvious followup is “well, what about all the problems women are known to have in the work place?”
I have never in my life heard of a woman who was productive in the workplace – and, newsflash – no one has heard of that.
Seriously, all of you: sit there and remember every woman you’ve ever worked with, and ask yourself if the workplace would not have been more productive if she was not in it.
Then realize that your experience is not unique. It’s everyone’s experience. On earth. Ever.