Illustration by Danny Hellman
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FOR THOSE TOO POOR TO ATTEND THE FIRST ANNUAL RESISTANCE FORUM, WE'VE GOT THE TRANSCRIPT!
The greatest political minds available (along with your favorite neoliberal villains) attended the First Annual Resistance Forum held this summer in Silicone Valley, California. The seven panelists and three moderators discussed topics including vote-shaming, Bernie Bros, media bias, Karens, trickle-down feminism, gas-lighting, the orange man in chief, and much, much more!
Joy Ann Greed
with special appearances by:
Peter douche, Nate's Liver, donna brashill, sally altright, the horse piss sipper, and many more!
1. 2016: What had happened was...
2. The "k" word
3. the caucasity of it all
Intermission: I'm with brunch
4. trigger warnings
5. it's a big club and berners ain't in it
6. viva la assistance
7. trickle-down feminism
8. make america blue again (m.a.b.a.)
zero effort resistance training
9. red light, blue light, gas light
10. 2020: malarkey or bust
11. famous last words
150 pages of well-researched parody from authors
Patrick Cote ("An Inconvenient Douche") and Savage Joy!
Ethically independently printed and sold AMAZON-FREE!
book REVIEW FROM THE AMAZING
SENATOR NINA TURNER!
“I can’t recommend this book to anyone looking for an escape from the vapid, elitist, pseudo-woke, neoliberal punditry that dominates American political discourse; however, everyone else will definitely enjoy reliving the nightmare again...and again....and again. Best horror I’ve read in years! 10/10.”
Mike Figueredo - Host of “The Humanist Report”
“They want a testimonial and only gave me one chapter - What a McResistance thing to do; Super meta.”
Ron Placone - Comedian/Host of “Get Your News On With Ron”
“This is almost too real to be parody.”
Angela Walker - 2020 Green Party VP Candidate
“Not enough pictures.”
Graham Elwood - Comedian/Host of “The Political Vigilante”
“As we watch our government decay in real time, we find ourselves grappling with a difficult but important question that we must ask ourselves: how did we get here? It can be painful and uncomfortable to lift the bandaid and confront the injury, but opening up old wounds is proven to be much easier when you have laughter as medicine. Not to mention, there is a great sense of personal healing one can experience when reading something that undoes some of the gas-lighting they’ve become accustomed to.”
Katie-Jayne Earl - Musician
“I know I don’t have the twittah, but yah my daughtah and it’s yar book.”
Joy’s 75 year old mother