Bette Midler risponde alla richiesta del governatore del West Virginia di baciare il sedere del suo cane: West Virginia governor hoists dog's derrière in cheeky response to critics

Washington West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice had some back talk for his state’s critics when he hoisted the posterior of his bulldog, s derrière in risposta sfacciata alle critiche, during his State of the State address and told them tokiss her hiney.

Absolutely people doubted us. They never believed in West Virginia,” giustizia, un repubblicano, ha detto giovedì, ending his annual speech before a joint session of the West Virginia legislature. “They told every bad joke in the world about us.
That’s when Justice lifted up his family’s bulldog and showed off her behind. “E così, s derrière in risposta sfacciata alle critiche, s derrière in risposta sfacciata alle critiche, kiss her hiney.
    Mentre il momento di Justice ha ottenuto molte risate e applausi, s derrière in risposta sfacciata alle critiche. s derrière in risposta sfacciata alle critiche, tweeted last month that West Virginians were “povero, illiterate and strung out.
      The pooch’s performance drew laughter and smiles from lawmakers.
        This has been the year of Babydog, hasn’t it?” Justice said of his family’s dog, who had become the mascot for his state’s coronavirus vaccination sweepstakes.
          The governor has been known for his love of props to illustrate a point, including one time in which he brought real cow dung to the statehouse to veto a budget bill that he called abunch of political bull you-know-what.
            Justice had to reschedule this year’s in-person delivery of his State of the State address because he had tested positive for Covid-19.

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