Whiny ammosexual Christian Jihadist Holly “Hobby Lobby” Fisher has been complaining a lot about the criticism she has received following her idiotic decision to tweet a picture of herself holding a gun and Bible in front of an improperly-displayed flag–all while ignoring Leviticus 19:28, which forbids tattoos (Nice wrist tat, hypocrite).
After the Supreme Court irresponsibly ruled that wimminfolk don’t deserve to have full access to health benefits like everyone else, Holly tweeted a photo of herself holding a Chick-Fil-A cup and “Pro Life” shirt while standing in front of what appears to be an extremely unpopular location, based on the lack of vehicles in the parking lot:
Unfortunately, the above photo was not quite stupid enough for conservatives, who were critical of the lack of a gun, Bible, and flag in the picture. Holly quickly corrected the error with the following:
Unfortunately for Holly, the internet exists, and people quickly picked up on the similarities between Holly’s insane stupid(er?) photo and this another one:
Since she tweeted a photo of a gun an a Bible, and was willing to tell blatant and easily-disproven lies about the Affordable Care Act, Holly became an instant conservative hero. Naturally, she spoke to The Blaze about the hateful criticism she has received for unintentionally revealing that there is absolutely no difference between someone like her and the Taliban extremists. In the interview, she complained about “liberal blogs” (read: AATTP) taking her to task for her “vial” and unabashed stupidity.
Holly then took to FOX “News” to further complain that people felt a Christian extremist holding a gun and Bible in front of a poorly-displayed flag was exactly the same as a Muslim extremist holding an gun and the Quran in front of…you know what? We’ll let Holly say it.
“I’m holding my First and Second Amendment rights in my hands, and it all represents freedom, and they want to compare me to a woman who thinks quite the opposite. She despises everything about this country, and hates this country, and would kill all of us if given the opportunity. I just don’t understand where the logic comes from.” Unfortunately for Holly, the woman in the other photo’s beliefs mirror her own feelings for her own country. Both are jingoistic hyper-nationalists who feel the other group deserve to die. Both feel that their religion makes them right–and both are willing to use heavy weaponry to show it. The difference lies in one thing: only one of them did not violate U.S. flag code. Guess which?
Holly says that HER picture represents America’s founding principles, and that she just doesn’t understand how misrepresenting America’s founding principles (guns, Bible, and a poorly-displayed flag) would in any way cause her to face the backlash she has faced.
According to Holly’s wisdom, there has been an increasing intolerance among left-wingers of right-wing intolerance and stupidity. “I feel like conservatives are becoming more and more afraid to speak up,” she told the folks at FOX News.
Watch Holly publicly miss the point of the backlash, below: