|Fig. 1 The Banners|
Regular readers will remember The Banners, the two twin tRumpist Monks who gave up their Moonshine Still and got saved (Fig. 1).
Well, those Banners became unfurled in the stormy daze of the glueAnon Annals, and unceremoniously fell off the turnip wagon that was headed to the Capitol in DC to join the January Six Secret Rupture.
Being never-give-uppers, the Banners then hitched a ride to the DC Secret Rupture with a bus-load of Buffalo Bullers, but fell into a trance while chugging boiler makers made by the West Virginia moonshiners who brew "Truffiness", a 99 Proof clear liquid "trickling down from their moonshine still named 'tRump Mountain High'" in Colorado.
After waking up alone on the bus, then stumbling into the Capitol while mooing and guffawing like true Buffalo Bullers, they were photographed and interviewed by somebody as they sang the glueAnon anthem "Dizzy", which was a cover they originally wrote about Sarah Palen (Fig. 2).
|Fig. 2 The Banners Sing 'Dizzy' Anthem|
When asked why she turned on her followers she said "it's a tRump thingy."
They, along with many of the glueAnon clump that woke up in jail later, remembered one of the saints of comedy Flip, Son of Will, who gave them a clue ... "tRump made me do it" ... and so it goes.
Their lawyers will be presenting that defense to a jury, if the judge at their trials allows such a defense in the current climate (The Authoritarianism of Climate Change).
Generally, adults must behave as adults, which means that claiming that another adult is their cultural father, but not their biological father, is not in and of itself sufficient.
They are, then, in essence saying they are "dupes" who have been "dupelicated" but that may also be a hard sell.