NFL Quarterback Calls Out Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers let everyone know how disgusted he is with the Democratic “leadership” in Congress, especially people like Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
“I mean, they put these rules in place. They’re not even following their own rules. I mean, how many people have gotten caught? ‘Don’t travel. Don’t leave the state.’ Oh, here’s so-and-so on a vacation. Oh, here’s so-and-so at a salon. ‘Don’t eat out at a restaurant unless you’re wearing a mask and separate.’ Oh, here’s a picture of the governor of California violating those rules. Oh, public schools are closed, but I can send my kids to a private school in person.”
He’s not lying though, is he? He’s telling the absolute truth. These punks are the scum of this country. Things are as bad as they are because they have their own standards and set of rules that they follow, while the rest of us peons do what they say.
I rarely, and I do mean VERY rarely see instances in which having some form of power or authority does not corrupt them and make a person act as though they are better than others and abuse their power.
You’ve probably even seen it on Facebook. I’m not even referring to the mass censorship from Facebook itself, but in groups, the admins and moderators abuse their powers as well.
On numerous occasions, I’ve posted a comment about something only for it to get deleted by an admin because they disagree. My view of this is, so what? Who cares if you disagree, that’s what the group is for.
To give just a bit of context, I’m a huge theology guy and I was speaking well of a pastor who some people in my circles do not like. So rather than tolerate it, they just deleted my comment and banned me from the group because I like the guy.
Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.