Tuesday, March 22, 2016

She's Back!

This can't possibly be true, can it?

(via: http://m.lasvegassun.com/news/2016/mar/18/sharron-angle-to-make-encore-bid-for-reids-senate/)

Angle to make another bid for Reid’s Senate seat

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Not Sharon Angle?
Sharon "2nd Amendment remedies" Angle?


Reno conservative Sharron Angle, who lost a high-profile bid to oust Democratic Sen. Harry Reid in 2010, filed paperwork Friday to make an encore run for his soon-to-be-vacant U.S. Senate seat.


What in the world would make Sharon Angle, the world's most obtuse angle, think that she should run for Senate again?

"It was the clamor of the people," Angle told The Associated Press on Friday about why she decided to run. 

 Oh, the clamor! Of course, the clamor. The clamor was deafening. We hadn't seen this kind of clamor since Beatlemania!

"People would walk up to me in the grocery store. People would say, 'I sure hope you run.' People all over the U.S."

All over the US? What are you doing in grocery stores all over the US?
But anyway, sure. People all over the US were clamoring for Sharon Angle to make another quixotic run at the Senate. Well, mostly these people:




God, I miss Jon Stewart!

Anyway. . .

Angle tweeted her announcement Friday afternoon just after 4 p.m., writing that “2nd Amendment remedies will be my solution to EVERYTHING."

No, she did not!
This is the Onion, right?

Okay, I searched for this tweet and did finally find it. It's from an account called "Angle's Bunker" which I think is probably a parody account, so it looks like the Las Vegas Sun might have gotten fooled this time. There are no fact-checkers anymore.

But anyway, the important thing to know here is that Sharon's back, baby! And just as nutty as ever!

"The people know who I am — they know I am the anti-establishment candidate," she told AP on Friday. "I'm counting on the grassroots one more time."

Yeah, that's the problem. People know who you are.