HILARIOUS: This Jindal Facebook Post is Going Viral


Governor Bobby Jindal (R-Louisiana) uploaded this video to Facebook on Tuesday, and it’s a real hoot:

[facebook url=”https://facebook.com/bobbyjindal/posts/10153094326895095″]


On the media’s obsession with Donald Trump:

It seems like the best way to get any media attention right now is to talk about Donald Trump. So what I’ve decided to do is just kind of randomly throw out his name every several minutes just to get more media attention. You know, if I say Donald Trump really fast five times, maybe it will get me some attention.

On the Democrats:

Let’s go over their list of candidates. So their front runner—their front runner right now—the FBI is looking at her e-mail practices. Their second place candidate, this isn’t me saying this, their second place candidate calls himself a socialist. Which by the way, makes him more honest than the front runner.

Their third place candidate: he had to apologize for saying “all lives matter” and he blames ISIS on global warming. Their fourth place candidate: his big campaign platform is that he wants to put America in the metric system. I haven’t even gotten to Joe Biden yet. And boy, I hope he runs just for the pure entertainment value.

On the GOP Primary:

Compared to the dysfunction and soap opera that’s the Democratic Party, we are doing just fine in the Republican Party, and it’s time for our party leaders to take a deep breath, put down the sharp objects, step away from the window ledges, because you know what? The voters will pick our nominee, and the voters will elect the next President of the United States. Not the donors. Not the party leaders.

Jon Schweppe is Deputy Director of Communications for American Principles in Action.

Jon Schweppe

Jon Schweppe is the Director of Government Affairs for American Principles Project. Follow him on Twitter @JonSchweppe

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