WATCH: Nancy Pelosi Wants 16-Year-Olds to Vote. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Democrats are the party of evil. They're also the party of stupid. As in Democrats want their voters as stupid and helpless as possible. Hence their drive to allow illegal immigrants, many of whom cannot speak English, to vote. Now the push to get dumberer comes to teenagers. Specifically sweet 16, when kids are just learning how to drive without crashing mom's Subaru while Instagramming their best lives. #Handsfree. Nancy Pelosi has always loved the idea of these young girls, guys and zes running to the ballot box after the pep rally:
.@SpeakerPelosi: It's "really important" to lower the voting age to 16. https://t.co/cnUxSds1T3— Tom Elliott (@Tom Elliott) 1552581590.0
Well gosh darn it, if Pelosi thinks lowering the voting age and capturing those youngins while they're learning about government is a good idea, count me in!
But why stop at 16? Why not 11-year-olds? In New York at least, 11-year-olds can dance in gay bars for money, shaking their booties, gyrating their hips, making suggestive gestures and the state does squat about it. So if pre-pubescents can sell their bodies for a little candy money, why can't they vote for their senators?
Heck. If 11-year-olds are good to go check boxes, why not six-year-olds? If kindergartners and first graders can decide they were born in the wrong body and want to transition to the opposite sex, why can't they vote for the men and women who shape our laws and government? Say no to the Power Ranger and Hello Kitty lunchboxes, say yes to the ballot box, young booger-munchers! Let's slip in voter registration cards with a pack of Gummy Bears. Start running political ads during morning episodes of Teletubbies. WAIT! One of the Teletubbies should give a presentation at the DNC! Oh now I'm thinking. Beto O'Rourke can skateboard his skinny tochus on the stage, and hand a Teletubby a lollipop shaped mic. OR Beto is wearing the Teletubby costume!
Or, and bear with me here, we don't. Maybe, just maybe, the voting age is set at 18 because that's the date we've decided a person becomes an adult. The same age a man has to sign up for the draft and a woman doesn't.
Question: if we lower the voting age to 16, 11, or six, does that mean we'll also lower the age to own a firearm? You know, since voting is a huge responsibility and all, isn't exercising one's Second Amendment right also kind of a big deal?