Homopterans Call For Mika’s Dismissal: Buttboy, My Ass!

Written by Dr. Billingsgate

Saturday, 15 December 2018

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BILLINGSGATE POST: First thing you should know: Never, ever f**k with a Cicada. Like a rat chewing on cheese with rubber-tipped teeth, you will never hear them coming until it’s too late.
Homoptera refers to an order of insects that is characterized by its dual pair of wings and sucking mouthparts. Examples of Homoptera include the aforementioned cicadas. It is highly advisable to exterminate them as quickly as you encounter them, as they can vector-in on you so fast, even Truly Nolen won’t be able to save you.
Exactly.! And that’s why the misspeak by Mika Brzezinski the other day is so extremely troubling and a threat to both her career and the reputation of MSNBC. Her homophobic slur about Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, in which she depicted him as President Trump’s “buttboy,” was disturbing on many levels. And her apology, which appeared to be tongue-in-cheek, failed to address either genera Homoptera or Mr. Pompeo.
A huge mistake. Although Pompeo will probably ignore the perverted insult, it is doubtful that the Homopterans will be so charitable. Like the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, they will come down on Mika like a cyclone. Those in the way should take to storm cellars to avoid their destructive force.
A cyclone can’t be stopped. It may be surrounded, but somewhere it breaks through and keeps on going. And just when you think it has let up, it will come at you like a dyspeptic camel with a burr up its ass.
Those who have tried to tackle a cyclone will understand.

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