Karoline Leavitt a Republican, Yes. But is Karoline Leavitt a Replicant?
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Are replicants real? And more to the point, is Republican Congressional candidate Karoline Leavitt a replicant?
I appeared multiple times on the public access TV hosted by Norm Moody, Manchester, New Hampshire’s favorite psychic. Some of the guests on Norm’s show were dedicated UFOlogists. With all the bullshit that has become gospel on both the right and left of the political spectrum in the past decade, mind-bending stuff of the 2+2 = 7 let alone 5 if The Party or The Donald Sez So, whom am I to debunk the theory that there are aliens (from beyond the solar system not the U.S. border) amongst us?
Or the theory, popularized in the 1982 sci-fi classic Blade Runner, that there are Replicants engaged in social intercouse with us? Bio-engineered humans, or “humanoids” as some would define them?
Whilst perusing some of the 25-year-old Karoline Leavitt’s campaign propaganda the night she won the Republican Primary, the idea came to me that she may be a replicant who, like Rachel in Blade Runner, did not have an expiration date. Karoline Leavitt may have been on our little blue ’n’ white-marbled marble of a planet since antediluvian times, thus explaining her reactionary politics and her 1933–45 German Nazi Party Member-like obedience to her Furore, Donald Trump.
Looking at her Eve in the Garden of Eden countenance and golden locks, I thought that Karoline Leavitt might possibly have had truck with sauropods and other dinosauria. (Think of Ann-Margrock of The Flintstones fame, with The Donald as a taller though no less stouter Barney Rubble.)
Those days when “Rock” was both building materials and lifestyle rather than a genre of popular music were bygone times, and Karoline Leavitt’s MAGA-Gospel “rocks in the head” political philosophy is antediluvian and hearkens back to bygone times where a guy like Donald Trump’s earlier incarnation Barney Rubble wooed his intended missus with a club.
I immortalized this epiphany in an artwork inspired by Manchester artist Mike “Gonzo” Gonzales, which I unveiled on my own public access TV show, WPYP-TV (Manchester cable TV channel 23).
Whether I mean for this artistic assertion “Karoline Leavitt is a Replicant” to be considered literal or figurative, I cannot say. I do consider it protected speech under the First Amendment.