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17Victoria Jackson Is Way Sad About The Election

A photo of Victoria Jackson

I can’t believe myself right now, I really can’t. In all of my excitement and relief over Obama’s re-election, I’ve forgotten that some people aren’t so happy. Particularly, I’ve forgotten that our dear Victoria Jackson, our patron saint of batshit crazy, must be extremely devastated over this news.

And she is, guys. She really, really is. Let’s check out some of her tweets from the past several days, all right?

Here are the ones she posted right after Obama’s win was announced:

I can’t stop crying.

America died.

I can’t stop crying. America died.

Thanks a lot Christians, for not showing up. You disgust me.

She also posted a lot of links from this wacky conservative website about voter fraud, and a link to some quotes about communism.

Now let’s see how she’s been picking up the pieces in these past few days:

America’s dead but Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today, and forever.

The Democrat Party kicked God out of their platform and replaced Him with Romans 1. Read it: environmentalism/ homosexuality

Why can’t we have 2 countries? America Red and America Blue – only Blue people aren’t allowed to ask us for money when free phones run out

the power of the tweet is going to my head, i better take a break….or I might get as arrogant as Dictator Obama…

COINCIDENCE? OBAMA LOSES IN EVERY STATE THAT REQUIRES PHOTO ID!

Just think, if Red States secede! We could have our own media and not have to look at the face of the LIAR anymore or hear his voice! We could have The Constitution and Freedom! We could have conservatives on TV again!

last tweet of the day… Rubio and E.W. Jackson 2016 or Red States Secede

IMPEACH THE IMPOSTOR!

I have no respect for Obama Voters. You traded freedom for a free phone, a joint for a job, and a baby for sluttiness.

Obama voters will be sorry…when it’s too late.

My shock and sadness has now turned into anger. You thought I was a patriotic, Constitutionalist before-LOOK OUT!

Do you actually think there will be an election in 2016? Maybe O will make an Executive Order that he stays forever…like Chavez.

Oh my god, I feel like I’m being suffocated by all the crazy, and I’m sure at least 95% of everyone who knows anything about this past presidential election would feel the same way. If you don’t like Obama, that’s fine, and if you didn’t vote for him, that’s your right, but there’s a difference between not being psyched about the president and thinking he’s literally the devil. Victoria Jackson is out her damn mind.

And hey, Obama supporting friends, come over here for a minute. Don’t tell anyone, because I don’t want them to feel left out, but I found such a treasure yesterday that I need to share with you. Here, I’ll just slip it in your hand so no one feels uncomfortable. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

November 10, 2012 at 12:00 pm by Emily
Filed Under: Victoria Jackson

17 Responses to “Victoria Jackson Is Way Sad About The Election”

  1. Simon Jadis says:

    YES. I have been loving WhitePeopleMourningRomney. Thank you so much for this reminder to follow them.

    Victoria Jackson is all kinds of crazy.

  2. I thought I would write a comment but then I vomited in my mouth a little. Wow. No words…

    Except, maybe: this election really brought out the true face of many people, and it’s ugly. Ugly and scary and wrong. Wow.

    • nakedpainter says:

      I so agree with you, Bobby. And like Sarah, I have plenty of asshats in my family that keep lamenting the election on Facebook. I truly believe that people are entitled to their own political views, but they shouldn’t be assholes about it. My son voted for Romney, and was very gracious about Obama winning. I was proud of him that he could see good in both platforms, and actually has quite a bit of respect for the Obamas, particularly Michelle.

  3. Ellie66 says:

    Emily I think I love you! Lol!

  4. joe says:

    She looks like she hasn’t missed too many meals through the Obama administration, compaired to her SNL days!

  5. kate says:

    fuck you lady…blaming Christians…your lunacy has run its course

  6. blasted1 says:

    She’s just one in a vast crowd of Elvis-sighting, Bigfoot Believing, Roswell ranters and wack jobs in general out there. I have the same question for Mitt Romney that I had for John McCain: Do you really want to be the candidate of these kind of people? Personally, I would be too ashamed.

    • Chaz says:

      You know, there have always been kooks on the fringe of both parties. The problem now is thus, being the kook seems to have been mainstreamed. I truly believe both parties have abandoned their core principles, I believe such strong partisanship has polarized this country, I’m damn tired of the last 12 years being the politics of fear and consumption. These people in power are neither Kennedy Democrats or Reagan Republicans. Reagan began de-regulating banks, Clinton started the sub-prime fiasco, Bush the 2nd used the Wolfowitz Doctrine to invade in the Mideast. Want to read something truly prophetic? Read Eisenhowers farewell speech where he warns to beware of the coming “military industrial complex” it will make you think….

  7. mcmiller says:

    “The Democrat party kicked God out of their platform…”
    yeah, it’s called “separation of church and state”; read the consititution.

    • Chuck says:

      “separation of church and state”? That’s not in the Constitution – you should take your own advice and read it.

      • Chaz says:

        Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the exercise thereof….. Basically means that the us gov won’t establish a national religion or prohibit your freedom to worship as you wish….

      • Chaz says:

        Chaz, that’s exactly what is says. It makes no mention of “separation of church and state”. That concept didn’t get started until Jefferson penned it around 1804. The US Supreme Court then started using that concept around 1878 and began citing it in court decisions starting in 1947.

  8. mireee says:

    whitepeoplemourningromney is the best thing, it makes me laugh so much.

  9. mcmiller says:

    the first amendment essentially is “separation of church and state” without explicitly using said language.

    • Chaz says:

      mcmiller – you are correct. It eventually evolved into that concept thru the US Supreme Court many years later. Just like to stir things up sometimes- I was forced to memorize the Bill of Rights when young and studied US case law extensively years ago.

      That being said – I think we can both agree that Victoria Jackson is a twat for thinking that her version of religion should run our lives!

  10. mcmiller says:

    totally agree with you, chaz; fundamentalists,typically, are twats.

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