A bad year for Goodyear - James Macpherson

AMERICANS anxious to know who a foreign teenager will endorse for President before deciding how they will vote can relax. Greta Thunberg has made her choice.

The Swedish activist began to tweet yesterday: “I never engage in party politics, but,” …which, of course, meant she was about to do the very thing she “never” does.

The world held its collective breath.

Even global warming paused in anticipation, as the environmental doomsdayer continued tweeting …

“ …the upcoming US election is above and beyond all that. From a climate perspective it’s very far from enough and many of you of course supported other candidates. But, I mean…you know…”

Yeah, yeah, we get all of that. It’s one minute to midnight and so we have only 10 minutes to save the world from going off the edge of a climate emergency crisis cliff.


Tell us who to vote for, pig-tailed Swedish schoolgirl!

“ … Just get organised and get everyone to vote #Biden,” she finally wrote.

And there it was.

Greta Thunberg – too young to vote and not a US citizen anyway – is endorsing Joe ‘fracking’ Biden!

If you’re looking for a candidate to prevent bad weather or something, Biden’s your man.

No doubt Joe Biden will appreciate Greta’s support, as well as the smell of her hair. And if Biden wins, he may well nominate Greta as his 15th pick for the Supreme Court.

But the goblin of doom who once resided in the State of Utopia and now spends her time travelling between the State of Rage and the State of Delusion – where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also live – is not registered to vote in any US state.

Democrats, though, will find a little-known provision in the US Constitution that provides a right to vote in all 50 States, multiple times, by mail, provided you have skipped school to sail across the ocean.

James Macpherson is a sought after international speaker with a background in journalism at the Courier Mail and Daily Telegraph. He previously pastored a significant church in Australia and South Africa. James' weekly Good Sauce podcast comes out every Tuesday. He also writes regularly for The Spectator.

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