The truth of his floundering campaign was difficult to accept, but what drove him to psychotherapy livestreaming was the realization that Americans don’t want to get rid of guns or churches.
Former president Barack Obama has glimpsed the Apocalypse threatened by “cancel culture” and is setting up a campaign to run for Office of First Horseman.
Mayor and news columnist meet in thought bubble, decide Jesus Christ was right: “The homeless will always be with us.”
Ardern wore a mitre in solidarity with the Pope. And thousands gathered at churches in other cities, with many non-Christians wearing traditional religious clothing from the Bible.
“I’ve spent years ranting against the excesses of the wealthiest Americans, and now I’m a member of the 1%,” the presidential contender admitted. “So I had the seven-pointed star carved into my forehead to prove my devotion to Our Revolution.”
Tribal elder Phillips told CNN’s Don Lemon, “In many parts of the Muslim world, it is common for people of faith to encourage other people of faith by invading their places of worship. I’m certain that if we all do that more often we can speed up the process of American Islamization.”
Saint Colin prays with Occupy and firebombs a series of naval bases before being ensconced in a palatial home and preparing himself with spiritual rigor for his pitch to the Goddess Nike.