This is the last Friday of 2014, and y'all know what happens on these electronic pages on Fridays.
The Shut Up Fool Awards for the last several years has been one of my more popular features on these electronic pages in which I call out folks for exhibiting mind numbing stupidity, gleeful hypocrisy, and the WTF moments that make your head spin.
And as Mr. T, our SUF Awards inspiration has started more than a few times, "Fools are everywhere"
Especially in the GOP-controlled Congress and the GOP run Texas Legislature.
That sadly guarantees that I won't be having any problems having fools to call out every Friday in 2015 along with selecting this year and next year's Shut Up Fool of the Year.
You can check out who wins the 2014 Shut Up Fool of the Year at 12 noon CST on New Year's Eve.
Now let's get to what fool, fools or group of fools deserved it this week.
Honorable mention number one is to the three NYPD officers who wore shirts mocking the 'I Can't Breathe' rallying cry of the Garner protestors.
And you wonder why people are singing NWA right now.
Honorable mention number two is Gaylard Williams. He's a gaybaiting pastor in Seymour, IN who has been arrested and charged with battery for making unwanted sexual advances.
And it wasn't with a woman. Yep, another faith based hypocrite has been exposed, and you know what they say about those who doth protesteth too much.
Honorable mention number three is Rudy Guiliani, who parted his loud and wrong lips to blame President Obama for the deaths of the the two NYC police officers.
That old crossdresser needs to have several sections of seats in Yankee Stadium and STFU.
Honorable mention number four is Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) who while on his way out of the Senate door blocked funding for a new veterans hospital in Tulsa because he claimed 'they were building a Taj Mahal'
Bet all those vets in Oklahoma who voted GOP are regretting that vote now aren't they?
The last Shut Up Fool Award winner for 2014 is Pat Lynch, the leader of the NY Patrolmen's Benevolent Association Union, the largest of the 5 NYC police unions. .
Lynch has a long history of making inflammatory and racist comments , and is stating true to form in the wake of the killing of Eric Garner and since the non indictment of one of his police officers in that case.
Now in the wake of two NYPD officers being killed, he opened his big mouth to say "that the blood of the murdered officers was on the hands of the
protesters, and “on the steps of City Hall, in the office of the Mayor”.
Naw homes, it's on the hands of the person who pulled the trigger,
Pat Lynch, you're one major reason why peeps in NYC and elsewhere can't stand the po-po's. You're defending the indefensible. Why don't you. shut up, fool?