'Neanderthals' in Texas and Mississippi are victims of cancel culture, because right-wing socialists
Apparently Marsha Blackburn has a lot of personal knowledge of the lives of Neanderthals, even if they are extinct. Republicans are split on whether Neanderthal is an insult or a compliment. American nationalism does seem to have a branding problem as Texas and Mississippi end mask requirements because something, something… patriotism.
Psaki Says Biden Wasn't Calling Texas, Mississippi Leaders 'Neanderthals': Only 'the Behavior of a Neanderathal' https://t.co/09sHSOcld0
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) March 4, 2021
Marsha Blackburn responds to Biden's "Neanderthal" comments w/ impassioned defense of Neanderthals: "Neanderthals are hunter-gatherers, they're protectors of their family, they're resilient, they're resourceful, they tend to their own. So I think Joe Biden needs to rethink [it]." pic.twitter.com/758y7urJKZ
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 4, 2021
When all else fails, Republicans turn to racism. pic.twitter.com/D100ofDaJG
— Matt Rogers 🎃 (@Politidope) March 4, 2021
Fox News will soon have a panel discussing whether the extinction of Neanderthals was the beginning of Cancel Culture.
— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) March 4, 2021
NEW: Trump fans pose a hypothetical: Could Donald Trump become speaker, then president in 2023? It seems legally sound, but in the real world, almost inconceivable. https://t.co/OuSVMJ17vS pic.twitter.com/UJcTDvO5B4
— PolitiFact (@PolitiFact) March 4, 2021