New Years Eve

2022: The Year In Losing Senate Loons

Democrats defied the odds!

Democrats held the Senate this year! Hooray! We can continue confirming judges!

For a long while, that didn't seem possible. President Joe Biden's approval ratings were in the toilet. Inflation was up. The supply chain was farkakte, and last December, Sen. Joe Manchin pulled the plug on Build Back Better.

However, Democrats managed to defend every US Senate seat that was up for re-election and even flipped Pennsylvania, expanding their majority to a modest but mighty 51 seats. This weakens the hold Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema have over Biden's domestic agenda, and Sinema immediately acted out by declaring herself a free agent.


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MAGA loons might win flaming red House districts, but they just couldn't pull off a statewide victory. This is why Senate — say it with us, y'all — Minority Leader Mitch McConnell tempered enthusiasm about a supposed "Red Wave" as far back as August.

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New Years Eve

2022 In People Who DIDN'T DO IT.

261 wrongfully convicted people were exonerated in 2022.

Earlier this month, The Gate of the Exonerated was unveiled in Central Park, honoring the Central Park Five who were wrongfully convicted of raping a jogger in the park when they were just teenagers in the 1990s. The Gate is dedicated not just to Raymond Santana, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Korey Wise, and Antron McCray but also to the 320 New York prisoners who have been exonerated to date.

We've attributed variations of the phrase "It's better that 100 guilty men go free than one innocent should suffer" to practically everyone from King Alfred to William Blackstone to Ben Franklin to John Adams to Marilyn Monroe (probably), we say we only convict those who are guilty "beyond all reasonable doubt," and yet we still have a bit of a problem in this country with sending innocent people to prison, not to mention executing them. In reality, people often seem to be far more frightened by the idea of a guilty person going free than of an innocent person suffering.

As a result of the many issues within our criminal justice system, we send a lot of innocent people to prison — even to death row. There are, however, a lot of good people and organizations out there who are trying to help free them.

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New Years Eve

Alex Jones Had A Sh*tty 2022. And 2023's Not Looking Good Either.

You love to see it.

Last January, Alex Jones rang in the New Year by trying to overthrow the government. This year he spent January telling the House January 6 Select Committee about it. Or, more accurately, not telling them about it. In fact, when he wasn't taking the Fifth or accusing Rep. Adam Schiff of forging documents, he was forgetting how to spell his own name:

STAFF COUNSEL: Mr. Jones, could you please state your full legal name for the record?

Alexander Emerick Jones.

And I believe your first and last name are spelled in the traditional way. Could you please spell your middle name for the record?

JONES: You guys know what my name is. It's on the record.

STAFF COUNSEL: I'm just asking for the court reporter.

JONES: E-m — I'm so stressed out, I can't even spell it for you, so —

JONES'S LAWYER: E-m-e-r-i-C. [SIC]

JONES: That's right, E-m-i-r-c. [SIC]

Little did he know, that would be the high point, and the rest of 2022 would be all downhill.

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2022: Oh Yeah, We Canceled ERREBODY

Yes, this post contains your annual allotment of Elon Musk.

2022 was another brutal year of liberal woke mob cancel culture. No one can remake Blazing Saddles in today’s hypersensitive reality, even though that film is readily available and there’s no real market for Western parodies. Once-powerful male comics are denied the opportunity to work in their chosen profession, with a few exceptions such as wealthy, entitled transphobe Dave Chappelle, chronic public masturbator Louis CK, and rapist scumbag Bill Cosby, who’s considering touring again in 2023.

Wait, before he was convicted in 2018 of at least some of the rapes, Cosby’s lawyers argued he was too old, too frail, and too blind to even stand trial let alone serve time in prison. Now that he’s free, he’s suddenly fit for a comeback. What a miraculous recovery!

Actually, reviewing our notes here, it seems as if liberals really dropped the cancel culture ball in 2022. We couldn’t even cancel two-time killer Kyle Rittenhouse, who spent most of 2022 refusing to shut up. Republicans had to pick up the slack and how!


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