What the hell prompted someone to decide to try eating soap pods in the first place? Were they hitting the Robitussin or Testor’s glue a bit too heavily?
Well, it looks like Tomi (Daddy wanted a boy?) Lahren’s over-bleached cranial cavity has come up with an answer.
Not “THE ANSWER,” mind you, just her answer. And, being “her answer,” there’s two things you know right off the bat.
- It’s hair-brained, to say the least;
- Somehow, some way, it’s gotta be the libtards’ fault!
And, right on cue, Herrrre’s Tomi:
I know what you’re thinking: The Tide Pod challenge couldn’t possibly be political, could it? Actually, yes it is. It’s just the latest symptom of a larger problem: The breakdown of the American family. It’s what happens when kids aren’t taught boundaries, respect, consequences or logic.
According to Toni, it’s all due to the breakdown in discipline.
As we all know, or at least as Tomi “knows,” the “right” is the bastian of family values and physical discipline.
As for the loony “left?” They prefer a far more “hands-off” approach. This has allowed mama’s little angels to become “wild animals that think they can do whatever the heck they want.”
Not only that, but us darn libtards grabbed control of what passes for culture nowadays.
The left, which dictates popular culture, brainwashes young people into believing they live in a world where 64 gender options are up for selection, everything is free, Beyoncé is a God queen, and eating detergent is funny.
- 64 gender options to select from? (Ya think maybe she exaggerated just a wee bit on that one?)
- Everything is free? (Ya think maybe she exaggerated a whole hell of a lot on that one?)
- Beyoncé is a “God queen?” (Maybe if you’re 15-16 or Tomi.)
- Eating detergent is funny? (I must have missed Bill Maher’s routine on that one.)
Back when I was growing up, if I fibbed to my parents, they’d threaten to wash my mouth out with soap.
Seems to me that Tomi could use a good scrub. Do they still make Lava Soap?
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