Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is in the news over her use of a common swear word during a speech in which she told young Democrats ‘if we are not helping people we should go the f*** home’.
While most people were either bemused with the Senator’s cursing or were mildly chastising, Vice President Mike Pence is demanding a full investigation to determine who is responsible for polluting the female politician’s mind.
“This is what happens when women dine with menfolk with whom they are not in a connubial relationship.”
Pence is refusing to condemn Gillibrand, saying the fault lies with whichever scoundrels corrupted her.
“Unless she happened to overhear her husband swearing, in which case she should simply have put that word out of her mind.”
Pence admitted he was familiar with the word she used, including its meaning, though he could not say it out loud for fear ladies might be within earshot.
“I admit I have used it once or twice for the purpose of male bonding when I was sure it was an all-bro situation.”
Pence was only convinced to drop his demand for an investigation when it was pointed out to him that his boss, President Trump, swears like a motherf**ker and could care less who hears it.
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