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Internet Hilariously Roasts Nancy Pelosi for Demanding Lower Voting Age

Nancy thought the voting age should be lowered to 16. The internet thought that was stupid.

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Last week, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said in a press conference that it was “really important” for the United States to lower the voting age to 16.

When Grabien founder Tom Elliot posted the clip on Twitter, it inspired a hilarious trend of users noting the wacky things they did at age 16, effectively making the case against lowering the voting age. Here are some samplings:

“When I was 16 I pierced my own belly button with a thumbtack and was genuinely surprised when it got infected,” one Twitter user said.

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“When I was 16 I poured and licked acid off my hand during a chemistry final to figure out if my last unknown solution was that or water. And I was an honors student,” said another.

“when i was 16, my friends and i bought a live lobster, put it on a leash, and walked it around the neighborhood at 2am,” said another.

That Tweet ended up being the most popular of the bunch, garnering more than 43,000 retweets and almost 250,000 likes. But the trend continued:

“When I was about 16 I drank 2 shot glasses of GASOLINE from my buddy’s lawn mower for $20 but go off,” another Twitter user said.

“When I was 16 me and my friends lit a football on fire and tried to play catch with it,” said another.

“When I was 16, my friends and I would buy mass amounts of hotdogs (specifically the red ones) and drove around populated areas to throw hotdogs at pedestrians,” another person said.

Finally, the most salient of of the “when I was 16” Tweets.

“When I was 16, I thought libertarianism was a viable political ideology,” one user said.

We’ve all been through that stage. Thankfully, once fully matured, it generally passes.


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TRAITOR: Pro-ANTIFA Congressman Denver Riggleman Threatens to Vote for Joe Biden Over ‘Conspiracy Theories’

Riggleman was always a Never Trumper.

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Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-VA) is doing everything he can to prove the skeptics correct who said he was a Never Trumper that never cared about the Republican Party, just his own ego and bottom line.

Riggleman showed his extreme contempt for Trump-supporting patriots during a recent appearance on CNN, which the left-wing blog Blue Virginia was happy to cover. Riggleman said he would consider voting for Joe Biden unless President Donald Trump said conspiracy theories were bad, or something.

“I think there’s going to be a lot of people voting for [Libertarian] Jo Jorgensen or looking for somebody else right now…I want to vote for President Trump based on USMCA…but if he doesn’t come out and repudiate this type of insanity, it’s hard for military members like me to vote down that line; you have to vote for what’s right, and I’m going to look for integrity first…and if people don’t like it, I really don’t care,” Riggleman said while appearing on the fake news leader.

“I would consider [voting for Joe Biden]; I’m a free-thinking American…I think you’ve got to put people over party at some point…We have got to stop the insanity of conspiracy theories…that are anti-Semitic and are fictional…combines the ‘Protocols of the Elders of Zion’ with ‘Dr. Sleep’ from Stephen King; that’s ridiculous…I don’t even have the words,” he added.

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Riggleman is enraged about the QAnon movement that is raising awareness of child sex trafficking and pedophiles within the highest levels of government. Interest in the movement has spiked due to the mysterious death of pervert Jeffrey Epstein along with the public release of thousands of court documents related to his pedo ring. This has resulted in Riggleman and other lawmakers springing into action to discredit the global movement that is putting predators in the spotlight.

Future congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia has called out Riggleman’s transparent agenda. Riggleman refuses to condemn ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter terrorists who are waging war with the Bill of Rights and Constitution while bashing QAnon to score points with mainstream liberals.

After Riggleman’s humiliating defeat in Virginia’s 5th Congressional District GOP by Christian conservative Bob Good, the libertine lawmaker has dropped the veil and shown exactly how much he loathes President Trump and his supporters. He even pulled a Hillary Clinton after his loss and refused to accept that he lost fair and square, causing division within the Virginia Republican Party that may cost them elections.

“Voting irregularities and ballot stuffing has been reported in multiple counties in the #VA05. Voter fraud has been a hallmark of this nomination process and I will not stand for it,” Riggleman said following his loss, refusing to accept his failure gracefully.

“Republican Party of Virginia needs to reevaluate their priorities. We are evaluating all our options at this time,” he added.

Big League Politics has reported on Riggleman’s history as a Never Trumper, refusing to vote for the president in the 2016 election, and only acting like a Trump supporter when it benefited his political career:

Freshman Congressman Denver Riggleman (R-VA) is starting up his first re-election campaign, and he is counting on support from President Donald Trump to help him keep his 5th District Congressional seat. He even participated in a photo op earlier this month delivering paperwork to put Trump on the ballot for 2020 in the state of Virginia.

Riggleman has quickly gained a reputation as a Republican who will not stand for conservative values. He officiated a gay marriage, thumbing his nose at the Christian conservatives of Virginia who supported him, as one of his first high-profile moves as a sitting Congressman last year.

“My real belief is that government shouldn’t be involved in marriage at all, but if it is, everybody has to be treated equally before the law,” Riggleman told the Washington Post. “And that is part of our Republican creed. And it also comes down to love is love. I’m happy to join two people together who obviously love each other.”

Riggleman’s libertarian brand of politics also caused him to not support President Trump during his presidential campaign against Hillary Clinton in 2016. Riggleman called Trump a “buffoon” and said there was little difference between he and Hillary Clinton in a social media post shortly before the 2016 election.

“I will be writing myself in for President,” Riggleman declared with just a couple of weeks before the election.

In his post, Riggleman noted that he had “no problem with Trump being investigated by the media” before giving Clinton credit for having a “much better political machine” than Trump.

Riggleman is auditioning for a job on CNN right now. When he is out of Congress, he will not be missed by anyone except maybe the Koch network backers who he served.

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