SCOTUS Skips McCloskeys

The highest court in the land confirms that a right-wing Missouri couple might be the most repellent folks in the United States.

For those who haven't seen it already, take a peek at living proof that NOBODY wins culture war flexing even when they bring heavy artillery to a showdown . . . 

In a petition submitted to the US Supreme Court last month, the McCloskeys argued that their conduct was protected by the Second Amendment and therefore could not be deemed the type of "moral turpitude" warranting disciplinary action.

The request was considered a longshot and the Missouri Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel waived its ability to respond to McCloskey.

Mark McCloskey is currently running in the Republican primary for a Missouri seat in the US Senate, but is not considered a frontrunner.

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