“I still want to know, did that accomplish anything?”
Follow the money. Again.
“It legitimizes what we’re doing.”
“Thank goodness the Senate didn’t confirm me as the statistical warrior and analytical king of counting crowds.”
A final few moments of grace and unity.
“God answered all our prayers.”
“It’s a brilliant idea.”
“If people think elections are unfair or rigged or fraudulent in some important way, this has an important impact on their basic commitment to democracy.”
“This is a sham. Your company isn’t real. Your website is fake.”
Not from The Onion
“I cannot in good conscience participate in this inauguration.”
“We rely on ourselves to protect ourselves and fight for deeper justice.”
“I think the Russians participated in helping this man get elected.”
“Can you please tell me what that means?”
“…they have to suck it up.”
“You know, this is not Woodstock.”
“We will not be forced!”
Stay in Hollywood
Good luck with that one.
“We’re planning a series of massive direct actions that will shut down the Inauguration ceremonies…”
“Once it’s repealed you will have hopefully fewer people playing politics…”
Turning the page?
“It’s how we get you cuddly.”
“Instead of trying to bring people together it was a manifesto for, ‘Hey, it’s my way or the highway.’”
“I do believe that is their goal. To just shove us in the dustbin of history.”
We hardly knew ye.
“I put ESPN in a bad spot…”
Reform or revolt?
Would you care to explain?