Thursday, January 26, 2012
Has-Been or Never-Was? Presenting Ms Victoria Jackson, Tea Party Comic
In a December article entitled "Victoria Jackson Continues to Spew Absurdities and Hate," blogger Perez Hilton wrote:
That's it. She has to be messing with us. She just has to be. Nobody could ever keep this up without planning a big "JUST KIDDING" reveal at some point.
Well, if not, then here Victoria Jackson goes again:
"I just went to a briefing in Washington DC, across the street from the Capitol, at the Longworth building at 8:30 am two days ago and it changed my life. For six hours, I saw pictures and names and dates and facts and Islamic law books and Korans, Surahs for six hours and they proved to me… that the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated our highest positions in government and this is serious."
"Michelle [sic] Bachmann and Rick Santorum are the only GOP candidates so far to acknowledge the above facts and warn against the present threat of Islamic Law replacing our Constitution. Very few people in America are informed and educated as I am."
HA! See the punch line there? You know, the one where she claims that only a "few people are as informed and educated" as she is?
Unless she means that there are only a "few people as informed and educated" as her in the sense that she's so ridiculously misinformed and uneducated that there are barely any others in the world that match her low level… because let's be honest: this is ignorant hatred with no foundation in reality.
Gus Garcia-Roberts' Voice article is obviously well-researched and subtly gives us a psychological insight to his subject. Please check it out at villagevoice.com. (Or, pick up The Voice!) It's a truly brilliant piece of journalism. The Tea Party has hemlock in their brew and Jackson is their neo-Nazi, ditzy-but-evil and foolishly opportunistic darling, desperately trying to cling on to a return to the limelight. (She has political aspirations yet!)
Read the Voice article about her family upbringing and feel sorrow for this creature as it would be enough to make anyone bonkers.
Here's her Tea Party ode and, let's face it, despite her odious point-of-view, it just plain sucks!
By the way, I sometimes confuse her with Denny Dillon, who I really do think is funny. So, when I realize who Victoria actually is, I breathe a sigh of relief.