199 Voted In Favor Of QAnon Lady, 11 Said No

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Friday, 5 February 2021

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Happy Valentine's Day!

Only 11 Republican members of the House of Representatives said NO to the QAnon lady. 199 Republicans voted YES. This, after the QAnon lady said she wanted to put a bullet in Nancy Pelosi's head, the Democratic Speaker of the House of Representatives.

She also said that former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should be lynched. This lady sounds troubled.

Still, the QAnon lady was removed from her committee assignments by a vote of 211 cast by Democrats, including the 11 Republicans.

So she’s out with nothing to do all day but twiddle her QAnon fingers.

Through some reflux, heartburn, nightmare, if Donald Trump were still in the White House, and the QAnon lady had been voted out of her committee assignments by the Democratic House majority, Trump might have appointed her as Ambassador to the Court of St. James.

Imagine walking in to see the Queen with a gun in her purse!

Well, who knows what the Queen carries in her bag? A shoot-out at Buckingham Palace?

But through some Tum’s for the Tummy or Alka Seltzer miracle, Trump is indeed no longer in the White House and has been self-exiled to Mar-a-Lago, his Elba.

There is no way the QAnon lady will make it to the Court of St. James.

The shame remains with the 199 Republicans who were too chicken to vote to remove a terrorist's committee assignments. With their vote, the 199 Republicans tell children that it's okay to lynch someone, and put a bullet in a person's head.

How can they celebrate Valentine’s Day?

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