Holly Fisher, or “Holly Hobby Lobby” as she has become known, has taken the internet by storm with a really stupid photo of herself standing with an assault rifle and a Bible in front of an improperly-displayed flag. After AATTP and the rest of the internet had some fun with this particular religious extremist and hyper-nationalist, she did what any good, Bible-loving (but not reading) faux-christian faketriot does when confronted with people calling them out for their idiocy: she tucked her tail between her legs and ran off to cry on the shoulders of the only ones who actually believe their tripe: FOX News, The Blaze, and their readers/viewers.
After her attempt to “make liberal heads explode” backfired on her, people began to look into her a bit more — including AATTP’s Paul Loebe, who decimated her idiot claims that Obummercare tooked away her baby’s doctor.
Yes, her child’s heart condition is awful, and we wish her baby the best–but her husband’s employer’s decision to change insurance was not something that can be blamed on Obama, the Affordable Care Act, or on liberals. The fault lies with her hubby’s employer and the state of West Virginia. West Virginia, like some other red states, applied for a waiver that made it exempt from following the law, and Holly’s husband’s employer took advantage of that.
In short, it sucks. It’s awful that loopholes allow these sort of abuses to occur–but that does not excuse Holly’s lie-filled blog post in which she details how President Obama wants her baby to die. Unfortunately for Holly she fails at lying about that, as well, as is readily apparent from the comments on her incredibly asinine anti-ACA rant:
[AUTHOR’S NOTE: Now, to our friends on the left: Stop attacking this imbecile’s child. It’s bad enough that she has to live with being her; she doesn’t need to deal with hate being directed toward an infant. There’s enough ammo to use against her–no need to bring her kid into it. Her kid isn’t lying about her irresponsible refusal to explore all options because of partisan politics. That poor baby has enough to worry about.]