Boner of the Day

Boner Fight for October 12th, 2018

BONER CANDIDATE #1: I’M GONNA SEND HER BACK TO THE RESERVATION

A Kansas Republican official is under fire for a social media post in which he called a Democratic congressional candidate a “radical socialist kick boxing lesbian Indian” and predicted she would “be sent back packing to the reservation,” The Kansas City Star reported. Michael Kalny, a Republican who holds the elected position of precinct committeeman in Kansas, was referring to Sharice Davids, an openly gay Native American lawyer running to unseat Republican Rep. Kevin Yoder. Davids is an amateur mixed martial arts fighter. Kalny sent the language in a direct Facebook message to Anne Pritchett, president of the Johnson County Democratic Women’s north chapter. “Little Ms. Pritchett – you and your comrades stealth attack on Yoder is going to blow up in your leftist face,” Kalny wrote in the Facebook message, according to a screenshot shared by Pritchett. “The REAL REPUBLICANS will remember what the scum DEMONRATS tried to do to Kavanaugh in November. Your radical socialist kick boxing lesbian Indian will be sent back packing to the reservation.”Pritchett told the Star she was “stunned” by the message. She said she thought Kalny sent it in response to comments she left on Yoder’s Facebook page, which she characterized as “hostile.” But the Star was unable to find any comments from Pritchett on Yoder’s page from the last two weeks.

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BONER CANDIDATE #2: A SHAMEFUL EXPLOITATION.

 After a week of extensive interviews, repetitive rally speeches and a torrent of tweets, President Trump, a fan of a good media spectacle, temporarily ceded the glare of the spotlight on Thursday to someone even more comfortable with it: Kanye West. In a visit to the White House for what was ostensibly a working lunch to discuss work force training programs, sentencing reforms and African-American employment, Mr. West wore a “Make America Great Again” hat — an accessory he said made him feel like Superman — and delivered a 10-minute soliloquy to Mr. Trump, the news media and anyone judging his decision to support the president. “Trump is on his hero’s journey right now,” Mr. West said. “He might not have thought he’d have a crazy” person “like me,” he said, using an expletive to describe himself. In the past, Mr. West has been an outspoken critic of politicians. In 2005, he lashed out at a sitting president on live TV over his efforts to assist Hurricane Katrina victims, saying, “George Bush doesn’t care about black people.”

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