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State Senator Paul Scott shares, then deletes, sexual assault humor meme from Facebook…

7:39 AM EDT on September 25, 2018

Over the weekend, State Senator Paul Scott – the Derplahoman from Duncan who thinks our articles are stupid – shared his thoughts on the Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations.

Naturally, Paul did so in the most thoughtful, courteous and delicate way possible – by sharing, and then deleting, a meme on Facebook. Here's a screenshot we acquired via the Ogle Mole Network:

Good stuff, huh? Will Rogers must be rolling in his grave with laughter!

Naturally, the post offended the Social Media PC Police. They got made because the meme seems more like a partisan political attack that makes light of sexual assault allegations than classic political humor. For those people, I would encourage you to lighten up and simply laugh at the ironic fact that Scott's wife looks like Monica Lewinsky.

Geeze. No wonder he has it out for Clinton! The resemblance is striking:

Sorry, I couldn't resist. How's that for a little political humor?

As we noted, Scott apparently deleted the meme that made light of sexual assault. He then pulled a page out of the PR playbook and started a fundraiser for something called Women's Haven.

Yep, it's raise $0. I guess it's the thought that counts.

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