I’ve had a lot of fun trashing Louise Mensch on this site. My contributors have had a lot of fun trashing Ms. Mensch as well. Like I’ve said before, I don’t really hate 90% of the people I talk about here. It’s just part of the game. They talk shit, I talk shit. I call out people I think need calling out. There’s no harm in this. I think they should have the same right. That’s how free speech and robust debate works, and has worked, for centuries.
I even talked to Louise a few weeks ago. I won’t go into the details of those chats, except to say they were in regards to a certain stalker we both dislike. She was pretty funny, so I thought:
“Hey, maybe I’ve been wrong about ole Louise!”
Well, not necessarily wrong. I still think we’ve been right about her here on TheRalphRetort.com. But maybe I was too harsh? That was my concern. However, recent tweets from her timeline have persuaded me that I was actually not harsh enough. Sure, she might be personable and humorous when you talk to her directly. But when you start talking about a bombing campaign against nuclear Russia, that means you lack any sort of coherent thinking.
Please tell me you've been trolling with the "bomb Russia" talk, Louise.@LouiseMensch
— Ethan Ralph (@TheRalphRetort) December 11, 2016
And this might even be worse: Retweeting Sarah Butts in agreement.
Then there’s her spreading the ridiculous idea that Donald Trump will somehow be indicted as a Russian agent, resulting in a Mike Pence presidency. It’s just not going to happen, folks. But that’ not stopping the editor of Heat Street.
Guess what? My “sources” say Mrs. Mensch’s “sources” are full of shit. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States. He will not be charged for acting as some kind of Russian agent. The whole thing is laughable just on the face of it. It’s one thing to throw a bunch of bullshit out there during election season, hoping it will stick. It’s quite another to accuse the president-elect of being a treasonous person. You lost. Get over it and plan for the next election. Stop trying to subvert the democratic will of the American people. It’s not funny or cute. It’s dangerous, as I talked about recently. This kind of language can have far-reaching effects.
Trolling on Twitter is one thing. Putting our country in danger with this kind of rhetoric is quite another. Louise, this is outrageous. You need to recant these bizarre statements and move on to something else.