Friday, February 17, 2017

Meathead’s Bridge Of Spies

Rob Reiner starred in the role of Michael Stivic in the 1970s sitcom All in the Family.  He was the live-in son-in-law who was the bane to Archie Bunker, a bigoted working-class family man with a heart of gold. 

Archie’s opinions often reflected an ingrained ignorance, which were typically undone thanks to his hidden empathy and grumpy willingness to see the world changing around him.

He delighted in calling Stivic “Meathead”.  When the two met each other in Season 2, Episode 5, Archie gleefully explained a “meathead” was someone who was “dead from the neck up.”

Rob Reiner AKA “Meathead” was a misguided moonbat then and remains so to this day.

Reiner appeared on MSNBC’s AM Joy on Sunday to blather about allegations National Security Adviser Michael Flynn discussed sanctions with a Russian ambassador and to deride President Trump calling him a “pathological liar” who is “mentally unstable”.

“We have somebody who is mentally unstable, who is a pathological liar—there’s no getting around that—who’s running our country,” he said. “And if we can survive this, that will strengthen us in a strange way.”

“We’re looking at a cancerous presidency that we cannot allow to spread,” Reiner said.

Here’s what Meathead tweeted yesterday:
Between Reiner’s intelligence community coup and Sarah Silverman’s military coup, Hollywood’s fruitcakes are perilously close to violating 18 US Code Chapter 115 which addresses treason, sedition and subversive activities.

A warning tweet soon followed:

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