Tossing Salt Presents:
Lebron, Sharon Osbourne, Gun Control & More
May 2, 2021
As I scroll through Twitter and Facebook every day, I see a ton of questions being asked. And now, I’m going to take the time to address five of them, from recent headlines and news. Yeah, I’m bored and it’s Sunday morning. Our idiot Governor, Roy Cooper, doesn’t allow church services so we’ll do this instead. You’re welcome. Let’s do this.
Thoughts on Lebron James and his deleted tweet?
This one has kind of faded from the headlines, but Lebron James is a freaking hypocrite and idiot. He tried to set up a police officer for public intimidation and put the man and his family in danger for doing his job and saving a life. Yes, the officer was white and the person he was forced to shoot was black, but I don’t think the girl that the crazy chick with a knife was trying to stab cares. She’s just happy not to be full of cuts and stab wounds and still alive. But then King James, proving that a basketball has more insight, knowledge, and common sense than the pretender to MJ’s throne as the greatest of all time, decided to inject his opinion. No one cares LeBron. If you’re upset about human rights violations and people being abused, go talk to China. Oh wait, they make your merchandise and pay you money. My bad! Lebron is a dumb-ass, pure and simple. And he’s not worthy of washing Michael Jordon’s jock-strap. And that’s all I have to say about that.
Should Washington DC become the fifty-first state?
Washington DC is the capital of the United States, as determined by our constitution and founders as a place that is set apart as a neutral area where all representatives and states have equal footing. Something like that anyhow, but it’s explained in the constitution of the United States. The Dems just want two more Senate seats and another couple of congressional seats to do a power grab and hold on to the very slim majority they hold in Congress. They don’t give a damn about the people of Washington DC and just want to do the state thing to give themselves more power. If there is a 51rst state, Puerto Rico deserves it more and they don’t seem to want it. But so far as Washington goes, no statehood for them unless it’s done the old-fashioned way, by an Amendment to the Constitution. Just because the Dems want it doesn’t mean it should happen. And it shouldn’t.
Did Sharon Osbourne deserve to be fired from The Talk?
Nope. Sharon didn’t say or do anything wrong. She was just being brutally honest and saying that he friend, Piers Morgan, had the right to say and feel however he wants and she’s right. But in today’s overly sensitive world that you must think and say as the idiot left wants you to or else you’re racist, she was blasted instead and the people at the Talk turned it into a major incident, using it as a reason to throw Sharon to the curb, since she’s a loose cannon at times and definitely not one of their politically correct and “woken” pet liberals. Sharon got a raw deal and got screwed over by her “friends” at The Talk and the producers of that show. No doubt in my mind about that.
Does the United States need more and stricter gun control?
More laws won’t work because criminals, the idiots who are causing the majority of the problems, don’t obey laws. If a person wants a gun, they can get one, period. All this talk about control and stricter laws only affects or hurts the people who obey the law, follow the rules, and just want to protect themselves and their families. The criminals, the crazies, the gangs, the thugs on the streets, won’t bother them at all. If you think more gun control and stricter laws work, I have one word for you. Chicago. Some of the strictest laws and regulations in the United States in terms of gun control. How’s that working out for them? Think about it.
Is Voter ID racist?
Nope and if you think it is, you’re probably a racist, trying to hide something, and a total idiot. Or just a Democrat.
And there you go. My thanks for reading. Comments, thoughts, and any questions are welcome and appreciated. And if you don’t agree with my opinions, that’s fine. I’m right, but I respect your right to have a different opinion. It’s cool. Until the next time, take care and stay safe. I’ll see you on the flip side. Trump2024.