When your "comedy" video is more notable for being hateful and homophobic than funny, you've got a problem. And so Molotov Mitchell minion D.J. Dolce keeps up the hateful "humor" in her latest WorldNetDaily video:
Randall Terry has recently called for the burning of effigies of health care marauders Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama. This is not to be confused with Molotov Mitchell's call for the actual burning of Pelosi, Reid and Obama.
In related news, an effigy of Obama was found hanging in Plains, Georgia. Secret Service are going to have their hands full as half the country are suspects. OK, OK, three-fourths of the country are suspects.
In Uganda, legislators are poised to pass a new law that could criminalize homosexuality, and the author of the bill has received written death threats. In an attempt to keep things civil, Obama has asked Lindsey Graham to, quote, cut it out before someone gets hurt.
No, that's funny! Becuase Lindsey Graham is secretly gay.
(Mitchell, you'll recall, has endorsed the law, which goes well beyond criminalizing homosexuality to actually permitting the execution of homosexuals.)
Even the canned laughter is rebelling against it. At one point an off-camera voice shouts, "That's not funny!" -- which tells us that even Mitchell and Dolce have a good idea just how painfully lame this exercise is.
But then, it's not about the funny -- it's about the hate.