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Maybe It’s the Voices in His Head

Maybe It’s the voices in our favorite Senator from New York’s head that tell him he needs ot take our guns:

Searching for the magic eight words, he turned for consolation and advice to his imaginary friends, Joe and Eileen Bailey. No, I’m not making this up. Sen. Schumer actually says this: “Though they are imaginary, I frequently talk to them. To me, they represent the hard-working and often-ignored families who are not tuned in to special-interest newsletters or editorial pages, but want a little something more from their government and their leaders.”

I can sympathize with Joe and Eileen here, because I want more from our leaders too, like, not being friggin nutcases who talk to voices in their heads. Maybe when Chuck Schumer votes to improve the mental health records in the NICS system, he should make sure he gets himself added too. You never know when Joe and Eileen will start telling him “the blood of the unbelievers cleanses the earth”.

One Response to “Maybe It’s the Voices in His Head”

  1. straightarrow says:

    Funny thing about Joe and Eileen, they think they should be disarmed, helpless, and defenseless, while they evidently encourage chuckie, who has the security forces of government to protect him, to also arm himself with a concealed firearm, just in case.

    No wonder Joe and Eileen are imaginary, inside Shumer’s head is the only place they could survive. We could all use friends that think we are Godlike. Perhaps we wil just have to imagine some of our own.

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