Even though he’s a wealthy businessman who essentially purchased the 2018 Oklahoma gubernatorial election, Kevin Stitt – like every other annoying politician on this planet – regularly blasts emails to his supporters, and apparently some detractors, begging them to donate money to his campaign.
Like 99.9% of political fundraising emails, Stitt’s messages rely heavily on lies, hysterics, twisted rhetoric, half-truths and lots of ALL CAPS to dupe stupid people into donating.
This includes the following email he sent late last week where he attempts to blame President Joe Biden for the Chick-fil-A sauce shortage that’s allegedly being caused by global supply chain issues that resulted from a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic that altered life as we know it:
We’re nearing the end of our Pandemic remembrance piece – The Top 25 Oklahoma Covidiots!
TLO members can view the rest of the countdown in the links below:
10 – 6 are below…
10. Stillwater Residents
Sad news, my friends! The Oklahoma City Monster Energy Outbreak Tour 2021 is desperately in need of a new venue after the organizers failed to get a noise permit to hold the concert. The show was set to take place at the Redlands Ball Park, located behind the behavioral health hospital Oakwood Springs. Being that […]
About 25 or so years ago, parents would warn children not to go to Will Rogers Park, mostly for fear of walking in on the highly sexual antics that took place in and around the restrooms. But, now that I’m older, wiser, and, of course, erotically inclined, I went there this weekend looking for the much-maligned condom tree and, instead, found a much-loved flower show.
I guess it’ll have to do.
I had no idea that the Garden Festival was a recurring greenery spectacle—or even that Will Rogers Park is now Will Rogers Gardens, for that matter—but to have gone with a friend that is both into gardening and my off-color asides about the floral hobby, I was doubly entertained by the whole prospect; it always helps to have a friend like that.
We went on Saturday around one and I was immediately surprised just how packed the place was as we walked into the main parking lot and found multiple lines for food trucks, mostly selling coffee and corn dogs and such; then again, it’s really not a point of Oklahoma City pride unless fried eats are present and have a very long wait to get them…