Sad Trombone

“Can’t face federal charges for exercising my right to freedom of speech and assembly,” she wrote last week, adding that she was “an innocent person who is not a professional rioter; someone just living and standing up for what I believe in.”

“You can never cancel Jenna Ryan,” she wrote. However, by Monday, she said her publisher had canceled her self help book that was due out next month.

Jenna Ryan, a Frisco, Texas real estate broker and life coach, has been charged with knowingly entering or remaining in a restricted building without lawful authorities and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds after documenting her two-day excursion to D.C. on social media.

Tee hee.

5 thoughts on “Sad Trombone

  1. nooneithinkisinmytree

    A new growing twist on trumpian asshole conservatism/libertarianism, plugging your business while committing terrorism.

    Bin Laden I don’t think managed to have a lucrative side business in al qaeda swag, coffee cups, cheap scarves, the 9/11 super duper bowel cleansing bean/grain bowl.

    The great thing about old timey radicals like Abbie Hoffman is they encouraged you to shoplift their books without offering aluminum siding for your house, fuel additives, boner pills and other irritations.

    Here’s a guy of the new trump asshole breed, a burgeoning business trend:

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/01/18/trolling-the-great-outdoors

    Turns out his business is very near where I live in Denver. Might pay him a visit. I’d like to stalk him on his next foray on to public lands in Colorado to keep a bead on the lout.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7nyJA44jSQ

    Maybe the name brands, Spotify, Starbucks and company, will start desecrating and bombing government buildings as part of their ad campaigns to pump new business. Like trump.

    Chef Boy-ar-dee and Aunt Jemima are going to have to keep up with the marketing times too as their brands shed the old bullshit paradigms.

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    1. cleek Post author

      Petri wants to sing a couple of bars of that one:

      Sic semper tyrannis!

      Hi, Ford’s Theatregoers! If you liked what you just saw right now, please remember: My name is John Wilkes Booth, and I am an actor! I am on stage right now at Ford’s Theatre, not because I was cast in “Our American Cousin,” but for a different reason, but you can see already that I project well and what my face looks like! So if you have a production that needs Shakespearean actors who are capable of jumping, enunciating and being virulent racists even for the 1860s, I hope you’ll keep my name in mind! Again, it is John Wilkes Booth, technically like the actor Edwin Booth (legally, my brother, but we are not on speaking terms because he is too small-minded to understand that I am right about everything).

      If you approve of what I did here today, or just want to know more, let me say: I am also an actor, and I’m available for work! This is probably as good a moment as any to share my résumé with you. I have starred in numerous plays, including “Romeo and Juliet,” “Julius Caesar” and something called “The Marble Heart.” I also run an oil company!

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