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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Homophobe and racist, Al Franken compares Trump to OJ

Senator Al Franken (Dirtbag--Minn.) is stupid and he can't shut up.

Franken, a former Saturday Night Live failed comic, gave up his failed occupation to try his mouth at politics. But in spite of giving up an attempt at comedy, he can be quite funny, albeit unintentionally.

The leftist, frog-face senator has written a memoir humbly titled Giant of the Senate. It is due to hit the shelves May 30th, but Heat Street was able to get a copy. 

In the book, Franken compares President Trump to O.J. Simpson, the former NFL running back and Hall of Fame winner who is serving time in a Nevada prison for a 2008 conviction of kidnapping, robbery and assault. 

Simpson most likely got away with murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, but the prosecution 'blew it' in court and he walked on the charge.

Franken wasn't joking when he made that bizarre comparison. "He was a sore winner," Franken wrote of Trump's election victory. "The president-elect actually insisted that three to five million votes had been fraudulently cast by illegal immigrants, every single one of them were for Hillary Clinton.

"It was almost as if the incoming commander-in-chief had some sort of mental health problem. The kind of mental health problem that you would be disturbed to discover in your kid's piano teacher, let alone the president of the United States of America.

"Later, when Trump demanded an investigation into those three to five million fraudulent votes, it reminded me of O.J. Simpson, who, after being acquitted of murdering his ex-wife and Ron Goldman, vowed to spend the rest of his life 'finding the killer or killers.'"

Then Franken adds: "After the public learned that President Trump spent actual time calling the National Park Service to insist they release more flattering photographs of the crowds at his inauguration, it began to dawn on many Americans, including a number of my Republican colleagues, that the new leader of our country was, indeed, unbalanced."

If only President Trump was more like him, he opines. "Like Trump, I had no previous experience in elected office. Unlike Trump, I was actually bothered by my lack of experience."

Franken went on but you'll have to read a libtard's copy of the book to read it. But don't buy it--then the idiots win.

Franken certainly is looking forward to the end of the Trump era. "The fact that he is the president, and Republicans control Congress, and that means we're going to have to watch Donald Trump be the president. Day after day . after day [insert laugh]. Insulting speeches. Insane tweets. Policies that are both insulting and insane. This is going to suck for a while. But not forever."

Evidently, Franken forgot his own suck-worthy words. 

An article in  The Daily Caller said that while Franken spoke at a White House Correspondents Dinner in 1996, he "ridiculed [Gingrich] with a joke about his daughter's first menstrual period," Deborah Orin of The New York Post reported at the time.

According to The Daily Caller, the joke was so out-of-bounds that then-Vice President Al Gore walked over to Newt's table with an apology. The Weekly Standard reported that "Soon after, Gingrich encountered Franken and told him that, were Gingrich not a public figure, he'd have punched the comic out." 

Working as a writer and comic for SNL, Franken helped write a racist skit advertising a fake toothpaste called "Tarbrush," which is meant to darken black people's white teeth, according to the book "Saturday Night: A Backstage History of Saturday Night Live" by Doug Hill and Jeff Weingrad.

The authors write: "One sketch written for Garrett was a parody commercial for a toothpaste called 'Tarbrush,' which darkened blacks' supposedly shiny white teeth." Hill and Weingrad added that two black technicians on the show reportedly walked out due to how offensive the skit was. "We relied on [Morris] to bring some blackness to the show," Franken told the authors.

Senator Franken is also on the record for making anti-gay statements. 

While working for SNL, he told the Harvard University newspaper "I just don't like homosexuals. If you ask me, they're all homosexuals in the Pudding [a Harvard social club]. 

"Hey, I was glad when that Pudding homosexual got killed in Philadelphia."

Yes, Al Franken really said that. Imagine if he was a Republican.

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