Vinay Menon: Is The White House The Rock For Your Kid?

“So to quote the government, for everyone’s sake, relax and enjoy the weather.”

Well, I guess the government is about to declare itself really, really, REALLY sorry, because I guess we’re going to have to all keep our spacesaver pants on at all times.

Unfortunately, the viral storm is no longer just about the weather. It’s a global phenomenon where people insist on labeling themselves as “stupid” for no reason other than “out-of-date.”

That’s the type of world this tweet is satirizing.

The social media world has set a new standard in “scientific” research in the last few years. The straw that broke the camel’s back was a 24-year study that suggested that Iceland has zero volcanoes and a 45 million percent chance of an increase in temperature.

And the new truth is that when these exact same idiots asked us what we wanted to be when we grew up, we voted this man, Neil deGrasse Tyson, to be our god. #amiright

“Sure, it’s snowing.

Yeah, that’s strange.

Yes, the snow is falling thick.

Maybe there’s something to it.

But weather? It’s just a word?”

From snowflake to snow buster. Suddenly, the President of the United States is championing all of us as “national snow flingers.”

Wait, it gets better.

I would never have thought that a guy who uses cars as toilets could be a believer in saving the planet. But…then I saw this.

The video was filmed in the home of Kid Rock and his wife. It comes from a song he recorded called “What Happens in Parkland Stays in Parkland.”

And the lyrics were a genius show of self-awareness by two of the world’s biggest snowflakes.

“It wasn’t the bullets, it was the kids,” rants Kid Rock.

“It wasn’t the crosshairs, it was a snowflake.”

It’s an epic takedown of all of these calloused wimps in politics who think nothing more than their own victimhood before asking the government to do something.

At first, I thought the Internet was just learning more new demographics to knock down. But, I think the meme is back for a second go around.

Apparently, my 10-year-old son is not as stupid as I thought.

If his favorite music is any indicator, this White House is his rock.

Vinay Menon is a reporter for The Daily Wire. His show, “Mushrooms and ‘Fake News,’” airs Thursdays at 7 p.m. and streaming via NBCNewsNow.

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