There’s no doubt that the past week has been an eye-opening one for Jenny Mollen. After Twitchy reported on her husband’s vomitous tweets about Paul Ryan, Janna Ryan, and Ann Romney, as well as his history of verbal sludge, Mollen mounted her own unique defense against the onslaught of angry Twitterers.

It doesn’t seem to have occurred to her smug self that people are upset by her husband’s violently misogynist musings. Initially, she claimed that the anti-Biggs backlash was due to the death of free speech. After all, how could anyone be upset by innocuous little tweets like this? Apparently she’s had a change of heart and now believes that her and her husband’s critics just need to be medicated.

Very nice.



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