It’s that time of year when I get to hang out for a week in Dallas at this year’s edition of the Black Trans Advocacy Conference that runs from April 24-30. It’s a unique experience because it’s one of the few that unapologetically focuses on the Black trans community with a family reunion feel.
That fun for me starts on Monday. But today is Friday, and it’s time to call out some fools for their usual shenanigans and idiocy.
So let’s this this Shut Up Fool Awards party started
Let’s just jump straight to this week’s winner in Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III. our Confederate Attorney General who seems to have a problem with the concept of judicial review. .
Sessions is ‘amazed’ that a judge in Hawaii can squash a presidential executive order. But had Jee been paying attention to or even much less reading the Constitution, he wouldn’t and shouldn’t be surprised about that.
But he didn’t have any problems with judicial review when it was working to shut down executive orders that POTUS 44 was writing.
Coretta was right. You’re not only not qualified to be a federal judge, you’re unqualified to be Attorney General of the United States.
Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III,shut up fool!