WASHINGTON DC – In the wake of the Marjorie Taylor Greene controversy, the Republican National Committee has issued guidelines on how to determine if someone is engaging in lunacy or sanity.
Anyone saying the following is a lunatic:
“Democratic leaders are running a human-trafficking ring in a pizza parlor in Queens”
“the death at Charlottesville was an inside job”
“Democratic leaders need to be killed”
“Hillary Clinton is involved in Satanic worship”
“the Las Vegas shootings were staged to promote gun control”
As a contrast, here are some things that a sane person might say:
“I have serious doubts about the validity of the presidential election”
“As a free-market conservative, I heartily endorse these wide-ranging tariffs”
“Donald Trump was tough on Russia”
“the Capitol riots were staged by antifa”
“the solution for the problem of (insert problem here) is tax cuts for the wealthy”
“we need to act to stop Sharia law in the U.S.”
Hopefully this will help you in your quest to identify “lunacy” in our political establishment.