Across this dumb nation, state legislators are introducing bills against “Sharia,” whoever she might be, and bills requiring all new presidents to have “long form birth certificates,” whatever those happen to be.
Mother Jones reports on this radio appearance by Tennessee state senator Mae Beavers, author of SB 1091, “a bill that would require presidential candidates to present a long-form birth certificate in order to qualify for the ballot.”
Host: What are the specific requirements in the bill?
Sen. Mae Beavers: That they have to have the long form birth certificate.
Host: What is the long form birth certificate?
Sen. Mae Beavers: Now, you’re asking me to get into a lot of things that I haven’t really looked into yet.
Haha, what’s with the “gotcha journalism,” anyway? Here’s another dipshit, who has introduced a bill against “Sharia” even though he hasn’t quite figured out what that term might describe:
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Alabama state Sen. Gerald Allen borrowed his own anti-Sharia bill from Wikipedia, and when asked by a reporter what Sharia actually is, said, “I don’t have my file in front of me.”