The Suddenly Quiet College Campuses

Posted April 6th, 2020 by Iron Mike

Are all the young wannabe Commissars beginning to think about how to earn a living in a post-Pandemic world?   Or are they still out looking for toilet paper?   And where’s Bernie?

4 Responses to “The Suddenly Quiet College Campuses”

  1. Paul Baldi

    Where’s Bernie? What about the other 25 assholes who thought
    they were good enough to be President? Are they all quietly
    happy they don’t have to deal with the Chinese virus?

  2. FLICK

    Doing my usual libturd channel stalking today, disgraced Senator Al F**ken was on MSNBC advising all the sheep that ‘Trump’ is handling this virus as another ‘Apprentice Show.’ Photo Ops on a reality show at expense of Americans he said. Since when is that POS relevant any longer? They are truly desperate for commentary. Who’s next, Al Gore? Where’s Bernie the Commie? Or the King of Gaffes?


    Thanks for that insight Flick! Can’t bear to watch those cesspools myself, heart won’t take it.

    You’re exactly right – to fill their time slots they’re scraping the bottom of the barrel. Half expect to see them interview Doctor Jesse Jackson and Doctor Al Sharpton next…anybody who will reliably bash Trump and babble for 5 or 6 minutes.

    Sadly, the left-wing lemmings will believe them and follow them. I can only assume that Jimmy Carter looks so bad these days he’s no longer considered camera-worthy.

  3. Walter Knight

    No one knows for sure which of his houses Sanders is self-quarantined in.

  4. panther 6

    The pandemic may well be the death of a lot of colleges as we know them. Distance learning may get a big boost, or not, when the smoke clears from this one.

    Point about where the former demorat candidates for President are today is certainly valid. They are all in hiding.

    Have to say that the media is not picking up strongly on the fact that Pelosi and company were impeaching the President when the virus first emerged here in the USA. The impeachment was sort of a major distraction.