Dipsh*t Governors Showing Their Asses, Again, On Coronavirus, Again!

It's a coronavirus dumbth roundup!

One problem with America's response to the COVID-19 pandemic — even without Donald Trump mismanagement — is that in some states, we've got mad scientists running the laboratories of democracy. Like for instance Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who would sure like to have an effective response to the pandemic as long as it doesn't involve requiring masks, vaccines, or anything else that might upset rightwing Georgians and make them vote for one of his farther-right challengers in next year's gubernatorial primary. Lately, Kemp has taken to claiming that vaccine mandates don't work, because just look at how mandating the AIDS vaccine didn't work. The problem with that, of course, is that there is no such thing as a vaccine for HIV/AIDS at all, and also no government mandates for that nonexistent vaccine.

Here's video, via Now This News, with an OMGWTFGFOH reply from Georgia State Rep. Sam Park:

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Deranged Person Says Eliminating Roe Will 'Empower' Women, Is Also Mississippi Attorney General

Wow, bet not voting would really make women carefree!

The US Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on Mississippi's abortion law on December 1, in a case that could overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, unless of course the Court's refusal to block Texas's abortion law already did that. Last Friday, Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch said in an interview with the Catholic TV network EWTN that if the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, were to overturn Roe, it would actually "empower" women. You see, every woman who wants to "have it all" can have a baby and a career, and women who only want a career can also have a baby and a career, which is clearly a bonus.

The Mississippi Free Press watched so we wouldn't have to. Fitch was positively brimming with excellent news for all women, whether they want control over their own bodies or not:

Think about this: the lives that will be touched, the babies that will be saved, the mothers that will get the chance to really redirect their lives. [...] And they have all these opportunities that they didn't have 50 years ago. Fifty years ago, professional women, they really wanted you to make a choice. Now you don't have to. Now you have the opportunity to be whatever you want to be.

Unless what you want to be is no longer pregnant, but Fitch just said you can have whatever you want, so you clearly wouldn't want that. Instead, she explained, "You have the option in life to really achieve your dream and goals, and you can have those beautiful children as well."

Guess that covers all the options: having children and a career, or just having children. What an amazing modern world Mississippi is opening up for the mothers of tomorrow!

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Greg Abbott Does Not Wish To Amend Weird Thing He Said About Eliminating All Future Rapists

It's your very bewildered Sunday show rundown.

Among the MANY INSANE THINGS about the anti-abortion bill Texas GOP Governor Greg Abbott signed is that it doesn't even include perfunctory exceptions for rape and incest, which conservatives often add to make it look like they're not complete monsters. Abbott, when asked about this days after law went into effect, said it didn't matter because they would just stop all the future rapes by arresting all the future rapists:

That was then.

On "Fox News Sunday" this weekend, host Chris Wallace, after giving Abbott a platform to spew hatred against immigrants and asylum seekers, in the guise of "border protection," asked about the Texas abortion ban. He specifically asked Abbott about his stated intention to prevent all the future rapes, in what we can only assume was an attempt to give Abbott a chance to make himself look a little bit less insane.

It did not work.

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Anti-Vaxx Job Boards Here To Help You Decide Where Not To Get Your Teeth Cleaned

It is not, in fact, safe.

Conservatives are always creating their own parallel universes of things. They start their own dating sites because no one on regular sites wants to bone them, and social media sites because no one on regular social media sites wants to talk to them,

Now they are creating job sites because no one wants them to come to work if they are not vaccinated or wearing a mask. Hell, even Fox News won't let people come to work unless they are vaccinated or complete a "daily health check."

Alas, despite the supposed labor shortage, not too many businesses are flocking to these sites. There is literally one job posted on

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