What’s the lowest form of life on god’s gay earth? Think of the slimiest strain of algae forming on the cloaca of a bottom-feeding reptile.
You’re on the right track, but it goes even lower than that.
The correct answer is Paul Gosar, Republican U.S. Representative for the 4th District of Arizona. That’s a longwinded title, so we just call him Pond Scum.
P.S. if you’re nasty!
Good ol’ P.S. seized the opportunity to sink even further into the depths of depravity during the wake of the reprehensible school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. While the rest of the world mourned the loss of over a dozen and a half precious souls, Congressman Pond Scum had other plans.
He chose to demonize the trans community instead.
No need to adjust your screen. You read that correctly.
Paul “Satan’s Herpes” Gosar tweeted (and subsequently deleted) a message that incorrectly identified the school shooter as “a transsexual leftist alien.”
The tweet went on to blame progressives for producing such an individual.
“It’s apparently your kind of trash.”
Gosar has a long history of excreting then deleting rancid bile to rile up his base. He then bravely tucks his prehensile tail between his poo-stained legs and cowers away from the controversy he courts.
To be crystal clear and fiercely queer: the perpetrator of the Uvalde massacre was NOT trans. Unfortunately, Gosar’s mindless sycophants didn’t get this message quickly enough, so they started distributing pictures of trans artists, claiming they were responsible for the shooting.
There is too much blood on Gosar’s hands to fathom. It’s almost an insult to pond scum to call him Pond Scum. Yet we persevere.
Mr. Scum is so reviled that six of his own siblings campaigned AGAINST him in recent years. Now that’s a dubious achievement. We stand with those sibs, we stand with the families of the slain in Texas, and we stand against virtually everything Paul Gosar represents… unfortunately, he represents America in the hallowed halls of our highest echelons of government.
We must do better.
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Last modified: May 27, 2022