August 20, 2017
So Rolling Stone has this two-page story on my drill-them-a-new-one minion, Sebastian Gorka. Two pages, that’s so long! I usually don’t read anything that can’t fit on a single sheet of toilet paper.
But I will point out some of the things the vicious article got wrong. First, it neglected to say that Sebastian Gorka was a founding member of The Lovin Spoonful. This is an outrage. And it said that in Hungary “he was enmeshed in a web of ultraright, anti-Semitic and even Nazi-like parties, politicians and media outlets.”
Well, well, well. Do you know how hard it is to pal around with Nazis without actually becoming a Nazi? Gorka never became a Nazi. He deserves so much credit for that, so much credit. That alone would make him a great man, plus the fact that he says “fake news” even more than I do.
Finally, one asshat professor said “He might as well have mail-ordered his Ph.D,” while another double-triple asshat professor said “Gorka’s thesis is about as legitimate as if he had been awarded it by Trump University.”
Oh, the horror! I am going to sue that professor for $7 trillion, which I will use to make the linings of my pockets great again.
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