Three You May Have Missed: Biden's Inflation, Psaki's Misinformation, and People Who Identify as Cats
It's been a week dominated by Joe Rogan and Canadian truckers. As surprising as it may sound, other things happened this week, too! Here's are three stories you may have missed.
You may notice your Super Bowl party is more expensive this year. Blame Joe Biden for that:
"Joe Biden is kicking off Super Bowl weekend with the highest inflation rate since 1982. It's worse than experts had expected, sitting at a whopping 7.5%. Between inflation, Joe's party running from him like Ja'Marr Chase from a cornerback, and 'that smell,' I don't know what Lester Holt is going to talk to Biden about during their Super Bowl interview. Maybe they can discuss how much more expensive Bideninflation has made everyone's Super Bowl party."
Baghdad Psaki insists on going down with the ship, as other Democrats run from their mask mandates:
"And let the gaslighting begin! As more and more Democrats come to the position that conservatives have had for over a year, more and more in the media will praise them for their leadership. It's all horsesh*t, and we have to be loud not letting them get away with it. The question is at what point the White House will cave and claim that 'the science' told them that the pandemic is no more."
And a university has guidelines on how you should treat students who identify as cats. No, seriously. Cats. At a university:
"If you take this policy to its logical conclusion, students should be able to define as whatever species they choose, complete with their own pronouns. At this rate, Bristol University could soon resemble Noah’s Ark. They’ll be ripping out the urinals alongside the litter trays in the non-binary toilets and replacing them with lamp-posts for the convenience of students who define as dogs.”
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