Okay, gang, I wish I could say I'm sorry but, honestly, I ain't. The title of the thread is an homage to my own threads on woke Biden Administration LGBT diversity appointments and the stupidity of Karine Jean-Pierre and the ineptitude of Pothole Pete Buttigieg.
I think I'm just so funny. The Dems' foisting of the guy who waxes nostalgic about being a former truck driver on America may, in the end, kill America but, for now, I'm chortling.
Anyway, the 023 Conservative Political Action Committee Conference is imperiled by many prominent GOPs standing up against gay perversion.
The GOP is the home of openness and inclusion and tolerance, acceptance, diversity and, most of all,...FREETHINKING, but not sexually predatory behavior. Good for us.
GOP stars flee CPAC
A number of big names are skipping the annual conservative gathering, whose chair faces a sexual misconduct lawsuit.
Many of the Republican Party's marquee players — including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence and the top GOP leaders in Congress — will skip this week's Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland, dealing a significant blow to the annual gathering's stature.
The abandonment of CPAC, which runs from Wednesday through Saturday, comes as its chairman, Matt Schlapp, defends himself against a lawsuit alleging that he fondled a male aide to then-Senate candidate Herschel Walker in Georgia in October, without the aide's consent.
The list of luminaries skipping CPAC is long and prestigious: Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy of California, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin are among them.
The conference has long been a way for GOP politicians and movement leaders to reach a large conservative activist crowd — and all the media attention that comes with it.
Both Schlapp and his wife, Mercedes Schlapp, are named in the lawsuit, which includes allegations that they participated in smearing the man who accuses Matt Schlapp of sexual misconduct.
In recent years, Fox Nation has covered CPAC live...and has made a big deal out of it. But, so far?, no word on it, on Fox News, anyway.
Curt and po claim to be authorities on Fox News. Maybe they know something.