From ‘Woke-A-Cola’ to ‘pants were the problem’: Quotes of the Week

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The past week began with a row over corporations voicing their concern over Georgia's election law reforms and ended with the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, at 99. In between, President Joe Biden launched new efforts at gun control, while his son, Hunter, continued his book tour, showing a remarkably clear memory for some details but conveniently sketchy on others that may prove incriminating.

Here are the quotes of the week.

“Breaking wind from CNN! Coke will announce name change today to “Woke-A-Cola” which has been approved by the Chinese Communist Party & by the leftist loons who the company bows to more than their actual customers. #CancelCulture.”
– Former Arkansas Gov. and failed presidential candidate Mike Huckabee jabbed that Coca-Cola was planning to change its name to “Woke-A-Cola” in light of its position on Georgia’s new voting law

“That wasn’t just a hug. He went for it.”
– A former staff member for New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, offering new details in her groping allegations

“The Left raises far more money for litigation than the Right does. It’s not even close. It’s not even in the same galaxy.”
– Former Trump chief domestic policy adviser Stephen Miller to the Washington Examiner about his new litigation-focused group

“But the best way to deal with this is for Georgia and other states to smarten up, stop it, stop it.”
President Joe Biden on Georgia’s new election law after Major League Baseball moved its All-Star Game out of Atlanta over the measure

“‘No, no, take the vaccine.”
Biden, crediting Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s message urging young conservative men to get the COVID-19 vaccine

“So that is what the impact would be of the American Jobs Plan, 2.7 million, to be totally clear.”
– White House press secretary Jen Psaki when pressed on senior administration officials contending for weeks Biden’s infrastructure plan would create 19 million jobs

“Nothing — nothing I'm about to recommend in any way impinges on the Second Amendment. They're phony arguments.”
Biden during a Rose Garden address on Thursday, referring to the country’s ever-growing number of mass shootings

“[We] will be offering the Johnson and Johnson vaccine on the neutral ground in front of Dragon's Den. Get a shot, then get a free shot at Den. Get vaccinated.”
– The Dragon’s Den bar in New Orleans in a Facebook post Friday, offering shots for those who get the vaccine

“I saw you talking about the laptop in interviews, and it became a big thing. And when you are asked if it's your laptop, you say you don't know.
“And that is hard to believe unless you read the book, and then I'm surprised you have shoes on.”

“Yeah, I made it today. Pants were the problem.”
Jimmy Kimmel, and then Hunter Biden's response, during an appearance on the former's show to promote his new memoir about his addiction struggles

“There is racism physically built into some of our highways, and that’s why the jobs plan has specifically committed to reconnect some of the communities that were divided by these dollars.”
– Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg

“By any measure, Prince Philip lived an extraordinary life — as a naval hero in the Second World War, as the man who inspired countless young people through the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, and above all, as Her Majesty The Queen’s loyal consort.”

“We are a kingdom united both in grief and gratitude; grief at Prince Philip’s passing, and gratitude for his decades of selfless service to this country.”
– British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the death of Prince Philip





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