The HuckaBadger

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The HuckaBadger

Honey Bad­ger don’t care, and nei­ther does Mike Huck­abee — and for that, we thank him.

Today is the fifth day of May, which means tequila and mar­gar­i­tas are flow­ing in Amer­i­can bars, to cel­e­brate a Mex­i­can hol­i­day that few really know any­thing about. Mike Huck­abee offended the per­pet­u­ally out­raged by say­ing on Twit­ter that he would cel­e­brate Cinco de Mayo by drink­ing salsa and watch­ing Speedy Gon­za­les car­toons. Hys­te­ria ensued, of course!

The for­mer Arkansas gov­er­nor quickly drew crit­i­cism com­prised mostly of howls that he is raaaaacist, but some peo­ple hope he will post video of his fes­tive activity.

Remem­ber last year when Don­ald Trump tweeted about a taco bowl on this day? Snowflakes got all worked up over that one, and they are all worked up over Huckabee’s tweet today. Trump and Huck­abee seem friendly with each other and nei­ther one of them seems to really care at all if they tick off the tol­er­ance mob; I won­der if they are engaged in a com­pe­ti­tion to see who can get the most histri­on­ics out of the SJW crowds with the least amount of effort? I’m pretty sure my Don­ald is win­ning that con­test, but it’s not for lack of try­ing on Mike Huckabee’s part, and I hope the games never end because every time the left loses its col­lec­tivist mind, an angel gets its wings another Amer­i­can real­izes that the petty left­ist tem­per tantrums are never end­ing and of no impor­tance other than being nuisances.

Here is the “con­tro­ver­sial” Huck­abee Tweet:

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When I saw the uproar I said to myself, “I hope he doesn’t apol­o­gize, the right needs to stop apol­o­giz­ing for triv­i­al­i­ties while the left runs roughshod over us with impunity!”, and I am delighted to report that The Huck­aBad­ger ain’t back­ing down:

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Right on, Mad Mike, sock it to ‘em!

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MJ Steven­son, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla​.com. She lives in a wood­land shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her fam­ily and a large pack of guardian com­pan­ion ani­mals.

Honey Badger don’t care, and neither does Mike Huckabee – and for that, we thank him.

Today is the fifth day of May, which means tequila and margaritas are flowing in American bars, to celebrate a Mexican holiday that few really know anything about. Mike Huckabee offended the perpetually outraged by saying on Twitter that he would celebrate Cinco de Mayo by drinking salsa and watching Speedy Gonzales cartoons. Hysteria ensued, of course!

The former Arkansas governor quickly drew criticism comprised mostly of howls that he is raaaaacist, but some people hope he will post video of his festive activity.

Remember last year when Donald Trump tweeted about a taco bowl on this day? Snowflakes got all worked up over that one, and they are all worked up over Huckabee’s tweet today. Trump and Huckabee seem friendly with each other and neither one of them seems to really care at all if they tick off the tolerance mob; I wonder if they are engaged in a competition to see who can get the most histrionics out of the SJW crowds with the least amount of effort? I’m pretty sure my Donald is winning that contest, but it’s not for lack of trying on Mike Huckabee’s part, and I hope the games never end because every time the left loses its collectivist mind, an angel gets its wings another American realizes that the petty leftist temper tantrums are never ending and of no importance other than being nuisances.

Here is the “controversial” Huckabee Tweet:

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When I saw the uproar I said to myself, “I hope he doesn’t apologize, the right needs to stop apologizing for trivialities while the left runs roughshod over us with impunity!”, and I am delighted to report that The HuckaBadger ain’t backing down:

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Right on, Mad Mike, sock it to ’em!

*******

MJ Stevenson, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla.com. She lives in a woodland shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her family and a large pack of guardian companion animals.