Has anyone told Matt McDermott about this?!

Remember at Christmas when Democrat pollster Matt McDermott got the vapors over the RNC’s Christmas message?

Sure you do! I wrote about it HERE.

Poor, hapless Matt McDermott thought the RNC’s reference to Jesus as the new king was, in fact, a reference to Donald Trump being a new king.

Actually, Matt, you moron. The RNC was “literally” referring to Jesus as king.

But there’s no overestimating the sheer stupidity of Leftists.

Any old how.

After President Narcissus’ Farewell Address last night, Madonna tweeted out this:

Oh my!

You read Madonna’s tweet correctly. She literally refers to Obama as a king.

Has anyone told Matt McDermott about this?

He really should get on top of this toot sweet!

How crazy is that, Matt?!

Madonna literally refers to Obama as a king!

Oh, the humanity!!!

Who am I kidding?

Matt won’t say boo about this.

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2 thoughts on “Has anyone told Matt McDermott about this?!

  • January 11, 2017 at 3:37 pm
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    Madonna sings “like a virgin”. Obama says “Almost every country on Earth sees America as stronger and more respected today than they did eight years ago”.

    Both statements are eerily similar in their accuracy.

  • January 12, 2017 at 12:30 am
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    Yes. Madonna.
    Her biggest accomplishment was making thousands of mothers into grandmothers of ‘oops babies’ in the 80’s, mothers trying to raise good girls, shocked that their daughters would follow this half-talent bimbo’s example of loose sex…a slutty role model who could never keep a good man her whole life.
    (Gee, I wonder why. Every man associated with her ran to the hills. Didn’t her trainer get her pregnant?)

    Yes, credible leadership from a half-brain, half-talent.
    She has a real problem accepting that people today only laugh at her.

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