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Watch: School Board Meetings Are a Trip These Days (and Brian Williams Delivers a Great Zinger)

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | September 23, 2021 |

By Dustin Rowles | Politics | September 23, 2021 |


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Bill Burr was on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday night, and asked if he would require masks at his shows, he was like, “I’m going to wear a mask, but as for everyone else? I give up.” He was like if they want to refuse the vaccine and drink alligator plaque, more power to them. I hope the disease gets deadlier and kills all the morons.

Burr’s comments echo those of Howard Stern, who recently said on his radio show, “Don’t take the cure, but don’t clog up our hospitals with your COVID when you finally get it. Stay home, don’t bother with science, it’s too late. Go f*ck yourself, we just don’t have time for you.”

I’m not there yet, which is a weirdly unpopular opinion on our side of the aisle. But no, I don’t want all the morons to die. Life is awesome, and really f**king fragile, and I really want people to be able to experience as much of it as possible. I just want them to get the goddamn vaccine, and not to endanger the lives of other people, although I am also inclined to believe that if you don’t get the vaccine, and if you do eat horse paste, please have some consideration and don’t take a bed away from someone who just had a heart attack. Drink the alligator plaque, instead.

That was a long segue into this, a supercut of school board meetings The Recount put together yesterday. It is a trip. These people are out of their goddamn minds.

And then here’s a snippet of it — a deranged man screaming (to cheers) about Fauci being a Nazi — and Brian Williams’ perfect response.

I might be reconsidering my position on morons dying after that.

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