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Oct 02 2017

Moonbattery as a Security Threat: Reality Winner

Moonbattery isn’t just nauseating; it is a threat to national security, as the absurdly named Reality Winner demonstrates:

A woman suspected of leaking U.S. secrets to a news organization claimed she stuffed a classified report into her pantyhose and walked out of a National Security Agency office in Georgia, mainly because she hates America “like three times a day.”

Prosecutors have filed a partial transcript of a Fakebook conversation between Unreality and her sister:

“Look, I only say I hate America like 3 times a day,” Winner wrote. “I’m no radical. It’s mostly just about Americans obsession with air conditioning.”

Her sister asked: “But you don’t actually hate America, right?”

Winner replied: “I mean yeah I do it’s literally the worst thing to happen on the planet. We invented capitalism the downfall of the environment.”

America invented capitalism. Government education is turning this into a nation of clueless fools.

America really did invent air conditioning, which is why places like Phoenix are now habitable even in the summer.

Considering blessings like capitalism and air conditioning to be bad is a symptom of the insanity induced by liberal ideology. Insane people do not behave constructively.

Why are moonbats entrusted with classified information? By definition, they hate this country and aspire to destroy it.

Too bad for Ms. Whiner she isn’t a transsexual and Obama isn’t still in office. She could get her sentence commuted, and then be lauded in parades and fashion magazines.

The Reality is this: applied moonbattery = treason.

On tips from SWAMPMUELLER vs AMERICA and Jester.

17 Responses to “Moonbattery as a Security Threat: Reality Winner”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Speaking of Moonbattery… don’t know if this’s true or not yet, but Antifa are running their mouths already anyway.

  2. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    Capitalism is ruining the climate. And once again we must wonder where
    Al Gore got those nifty invisible solar panels to heat his mansion and

  3. JeffersonSpinningInGrave says:

    ANTIFA (or some radical leftist) would be my second guess.

  4. FromNJ says:

    Reality thought she was going to be the next big “whistleblower” and become a poster child for “The Resistance.”
    Reality bites, Reality…

  5. Steve2 says:

    Hating America and capitalism while living here and reaping all the benefits, I really can’t stand these spoiled, ungrateful snowflakes. Dump her ass in North Korea for a month, she’ll be pleading to come back to capitalist land. And she’ll lose weight while she’s there too.

  6. MAS says:

    Part of a security check used to be about whether or not the person was a communist. Guess that’s too last century now…

  7. MAS says:

    Girl’s ’bout as sharp as a bag of marbles…

    Aaand she had a security clearance access to sensitive files…

  8. Anonymous says:

    Anyone inspired by Bradley Manning is a jackass idiot and usually a Leftist.

  9. MAS says:

    “Big talk don’t make a big man” John Wayne

    Antifa is a bunch of Soros trained basement dwellers and I’d suspect this is just an attempt to make themselves look more organized and dangerous than they actually are. Serious resistance that is brought to them makes them fold like a cheap tent. Problem is they know where to pull their crap and where not to.

  10. OldSailor says:

    Well, this goes along with Antifa’s “revolution” threat … or so they would have us believe.

    What I believe is whether the claim is true or not Antifa is a threat that must be ripped out by the roots and incinerated.

  11. MAS says:

    Oh and the real scary part is her supervisors were either too stupid to notice her or were complicit in treason…

  12. Colonel_Bat_Guano says:

    So we can safely assume she will forgo A/C in her cell from this point on. Is heat optional as well? Let’s put her cell in ANWR, she shouldn’t last more than a month or two.

  13. NotKennedy says:

    ” …why places like Phoenix are now inhabitable even in the summer.”

    Wouldn’t that be habitable, instead?

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