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The Comey Memos Don’t Matter, But They Are REALLY Funny

Let’s talk about “soy face” for a moment. Soy face is that chubby, puffy, pasty look like an indoor cat that’s been on a drinking binge and has no testicular fortitude.

We’ve all met a “soy boy.” They’re timid, petty, scared, judgmental, and angry. Soy has become a cultural talking point because meat fearing politically correct weakness fetishists think eating soy is radical. What they don’t realize is that all the soy grown and sold in the U.S. destroys testosterone and raises cortisol levels. Cortisol is a stress hormone that shouldn’t be present in the body for long. When it is, it causes muscle breakdown, anxiety, and neuroticism.

These are exactly the traits we see in the left. They hate strength and are like someone with major hormonal problems. That’s why they are so annoying and judgmental. Okay, this is where it gets funny — because that describes James Comey to a T.

He’s totally got a raging case of soy face. Not only that, he’s got a super wimpy attitude. He speaks about President Donald Trump in catty terms about how he secretly judged him but never had the courage to tell him what he was thinking. He talks about feeling hurt, staring at Trump’s hands, and whines about how much his wife was saddened by Hillary’s loss.

If we wanted our enemies to laugh in our faces and take our whole being as some cosmic joke, we would act like James Comey.

Here’s Ben Shapiro on the meaninglessness and hilarity of the Comey memos.

~ Liberty Video News


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