VIDEO: Mizzou Rep. Stephen Webber goes on crazy rant against the Jayhawks

Update: My video is now featured in the Huffington Post, along with Rep. Stephen Webber’s response.

Missouri politicians went nuts this week protesting the idea of Missouri issuing Jayhawk license plates.

A bipartisan team of Missouri lawmakers passed legislation aimed at blocking the measure, which will go to Governor Jay Nixon next Wednesday.

But that didn’t stop them from embarrassing themselves first. And nothing entertains Jayhawk fans more than a bunch of uneducated Mizzou fans tripping over their lack of evidence for why Missouri isn’t a waste of America’s oxygen.

Rep. Stephen Webber delivered the best performance of the week with a belligerent rant about how much he secretly loves KU and wishes he could support a team that wins actual championships.

“Like generations of Missourians before us, we face an incursion from the west,” Webber shouted with the confident voice of a wasted frat bro who left his keys at a strip club. “It will be repulsed. This is the effort to affix the dreaded, disgusting Jayhawks symbol to our Missouri license plates.”

Instead of going through the process of breaking down the stupidity of his directionless monologue, I decided to let Napoleon Dynamite demonstrate what Mizzou fans really sound like to Jayhawk Nation. Below is what happens when you elect a Mizzou fan to humiliate your society.

Correction: When I originally produced this video, I thought Webber was a Senator because that’s what the 610 dudes called him on the radio.  By the time I realized this mistake, I already had so many views that I didn’t want to take it down and start my viewership over.  So my empty, selfish greed for views outweighed my journalistic integrity.  Luckily, it doesn’t really matter because he shouldn’t be either one.

Correction 2: Yahoo! Sports reported this weekend that Webber isn’t even a Missouri graduate – he went to Saint Louis University – which actually makes sense because even Missouri fans do not wish to go to Missouri.


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