Boy, do we have some doozies for you this week. Rather than describe them here, I’ll let them speak for themselves. Check them out, then try to figure out which one was the most outrageous… if you can.
“Bad guys don’t obey laws so why pass more laws? You’re only stopping good guys from getting guns!”
Nigel Farage, “explaining” why he’s not concerned that Vladimir Putin is cheering the Brexit vote:
“Well, ultimately, let me say this: Vladimir Putin behaved in a more statesmanlike manner than President Obama did in this referendum campaign. …Obama came to Britain and I think behaved disgracefully, telling us we’d be at the back of the queue… Treating us – America’s strongest, oldest ally in this most extraordinary way! Vladimir Putin maintained his silence throughout this whole campaign.”
Ex-Secret Service agent Gary Byrne, discussing Bill and Hillary Clinton:
“My experience with them is, they don’t like the military and they don’t like law enforcement and my personal feeling, based on what I saw, is she does not like men.”
Donald Trump, fear mongering about immigrants:
“Allowing thousands and thousands of people into our country who – many of these people are ISIS. I have no doubt about it. I used to say, well, maybe. Now I have no doubt about it.”
“We need more carbon emissions, Charles, we need more smoke stacks, we need more burning of fossil fuels and energy because the more we burn, the better man’s life has become. The more energy we use, the greater amount of wealth that’s created.”
“I think it’s a tragedy. In 15 cities, five different states, the new, higher minimum wage goes into effect today, as of July the 1st. The results of this will not be good.”
Have to agree with some commenters that Hoenig and Dash are the leading toss-ups. Looking for a coin to flip.
Yak at a teleprompter with Ronnie Raygun dialogue and Faux pays the rent.