Texas County GOP Chairman Goes On Twitter Rant About Sucking Titties, Insane Conspiracy Theories

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Newly-elected Travis County Republican Party Chairman and pioneer of the bowl cut comb-over, Robert Morrow, has turned a lot of heads with his piping hot takes on twitter.

First and foremost, Morrow has a burning passion for setting the record straight. Did you know LBJ murdered JFK? Or that Bill Clinton raped Eileen Wellstone in the ’60s? Or that Rick Perry is a “raging bisexual adulterer?”

The only thing Morrow loves more than the truth is a set of big, heavy boobs — real life OR animated (he’s retweeted swaths of hot hentai pics).

Let’s dive right in:

The dude is absolutely berserk. I love it.

But a lot of Republicans, including other members of the Travis County GOP, aren’t really feeling Morrow.

From The Texas Tribune:

Morrow’s election as Republican chair of the fifth-largest county in Texas left several members of the Travis County GOP, including vice chair Matt Mackowiak, apoplectic. Mackowiak, a Republican strategist, immediately announced over social media that he would do everything in his power to remove Morrow from office.

Fuck the haters, Morrow. Keep doing your thing.

[via The Texas Tribune]

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    1. Keep It Buttery

      He’s the kind of guy I’d wanna impale with rusty equipment from my tackle box.

      8 years ago at 4:23 pm
    1. Rob Fox

      No. It’s all him. And the haircut is really all the evidence you need to know that he’s crazy enough to tweet this stuff.

      8 years ago at 4:22 pm
  1. Coolnamewastaken

    While I agree that LBJ murdered JFK and those are some nice titties, get it together man! We have an election to win.

    8 years ago at 4:29 pm
  2. Jingles

    This guy is the equivalent to the Democrat’s hipsters. Why everyone in the middle and on the other side hates the party.

    8 years ago at 4:29 pm
  3. redcuprepub

    Thank God we’ve finally ditched that whole “sailboat” craze on this website.

    8 years ago at 8:41 pm