Sunday, March 17, 2019

Huge Hypocrisy Over College Admissiongate

(Image by A.F. Branco
Early last week, news broke of a huge scandal over admissions to elite universities, netting 50 individuals charged, including 2 Hollyweirdos.

The Diplomad is having a laugh at hypocritical, high profile leftists (see A.F. Branco's cartoon above).

Meanwhile, Liz Wheeler calls them out, along with pointing out the failings of leftist feeling of entitlement.

And then there's the sense of irony illustrated in Bob Gorrell's cartoon:
(Image by Bob Gorrell)

Stilton's Place called this School of Fort Knox scandal amusing, but a distraction from bigger issues.
(Like the mass murder at two mosques in New Zealand)

While I agree Stilton for the most part, Admissiongate is important for us like-minded folks to be aware of how deep and entrenched the sense of entitlement runs among our well-to-do.

In there minds, as Mark Steyn often said about Crooked Queen Clinton:  Laws are for little people.

And speaking of little people with little blogs, ever since Commissar Cortez announced her Green New Deal (see last post), and most of the Donkey Drove going full-Marxist, I've started posting political material regularly on Facebook. 

Not only did I post Bob Gorrell's cartoon above on Facebook, but also this one by Michael Ramirez...

(Image by Michael Ramirez)

...with the following comment:

Another lesson of the College Bribery Scandal: 
Don't take advice from celebrities on political, social, or life-hack matters; or look to them as role models.
For the amount of money the Hollyweirdos sunk into bribes, they could have hired top-notch tutors and personal trainers for their slacker offspring.

I'll try to maintain some sense of humor about my direct posting to social media, mostly in the form of political cartoons I like.

My leftist acquaintances have been making their voices heard--loudly--and I've been letting them have their say.

But since they now want to Make America Venezuela, I don't plan on remaining silent any longer.

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