Quote of the day—Joe DiSano @JoeDiSano

I have a constitutional right not to see someone’s substitute penis.

Joe DiSano @JoeDiSano
Tweeted on November 17, 2021
[It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday it’s another science denier!

Via a Tweet from In Chains @InChainsInJail.

You have to wonder what color the sky is in this guy’s universe if that is part of the constitution of his government.—Joe]


3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Joe DiSano @JoeDiSano

  1. Gee golly whiz. Do I have a Constitutional right not to see his juvenile attitude?

  2. Down that thread was someone called, Nadini, that summed up the lefts position on constitutional matters better than any commie I’ve ever heard.
    “Basically, my definition of constitutional depends entirely on who I like & and who I don’t.”
    From Markley’s law to the constitution. We can now understand, and act upon their logic. Remembering we will never be anyone they like.
    I liked the pictures. One guy with a gun, and five cameras pointed at him. And they still don’t get their outnumbered. (Even after Kyle.) We need to pass a law against open carry!
    Might as well pass a law against stupid and see how that works out.

  3. Oh, at first I thought the quote was about a trans “man”. My mistake. I forgot for a second that this is Monday.

    Yeah; same old stuff. Anything a leftist hates, he thinks it should be banned and removed from the face of the earth, including certain people, AND he thinks that such is his “right” because emotions determine reality and “fairness”. It’s simply not “fair” that things and people he hates should be allowed to exist. It’s a violation of his “rights”. It goes back to Lucifer’s asserted “right” to be like God, and so anything less would be a “violation” of that “right”. All of the evil that’s been perpetrated on this earth has flowed from that mindset.

    We could distill it way down to a single sentence;
    “I want it and therefore it is my ‘right’ to have it, therefore I’m being oppressed if it’s not given to me.”

    And all the reason and proof to the contrary will not dissuade that mindset. It will be met with, at best, “That’s your truth and I have my truth and so we’ll have to just agree to disagree.” At worst you get murdered.

    That mindset is heavily promoted throughout our culture;
    “Trust your feelings, Luke.”
    “Follow your heart.” (not your opportunity, or reason, or truth)
    “When you wish upon a star…” (look up the lyrics – they’re the very definition of heathen spiritism)
    “You do what’s best for you.”
    “You go, Girl!”

    I could sit here all day listing them. It goes on and on and on and on and on, and we’ve all been raised on those notions as though they’re the core of virtue itself.

    This is why I keep saying that what we’ve been trained to think of as “secular” is far, far from secular. It’s ancient paganism re-branded.

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