I'd rather ease into my first post in weeks, especially as I broach the Jerry Sandusky and Penn State subject. Tread lightly, my friends. We don't want to upset the brainwashed contingent that is Penn State and JoePa defenders, resulting in hateful emails, tweets, comments, et cetera. Scary!
My only purpose here is to ask and probe (pun intended!) the following question: Does Joe Amendola feel awkward defending Jerry Sandusky?
An obvious guilty man (Sandusky for the unfamiliar humans living under the rock or refusing to turn on a television/read a newspaper/browse the internet) is being defended by an incompetent boob. A man who stands up and gives petty and worthless defenses of:
- The 10 victims of Jerry Sandusky are at seeking financial gains
- Sandusky was just being a "tickle monster" (euphemism for "anal rape monster")
- All the coaches took showers with children - paraphrased, but based on quotes by one of the defense's witnesses (a former Penn State coach - oh, by the way, the witness retired in 1983 - meaning Sandusky had been showering with children since 1970 - Uncle Jerry was hired in 1969, I'm giving him a year for "settling in")
- Compares the fiasco to a soap opera, like General Hospital.
- Oh, there are others, but isn't that enough idiocy for now?
How can Joe Amendola not feel awkward? He is trying his best, pulling out all the rabbits from his top hat, probably lying to himself, creating the soap opera and then scapegoating the media. Slimy bastard.
I leave with a rhetorical question: Have you ever tried to defend a clearly guilty individual? Perhaps for trivial offenses (unless you are a criminal defense attorney) or an egregious offense. Either way, didn't you feel stupid? Didn't you feel awkward? Your brain was battling itself, telling you to stop arguing in the way of the stupid, and concede. Just concede, Joey Amendola!
Oh, isn't that the creepiest picture you've seen of Uncle Jerry? Poor 10 victims (and certainly many more). Certainly a monster...