SO THIS IS WHAT THE BOTTOM LOOKS LIKE
Greetings. I am a voting constituent in rural west Texas. Well, that’s done. And now we know. Presidential ain’t what it used to be. Way too much post-play autopsy this a.m. And mostly unnecessary IMHO, because if you actually stomached the entire 90 minute cage fight last night, you can make up your own mind. And what should stick in every viewer’s mind is the image of an American President losing his shit. And by losing his shit I mean coming out with the only tools in his toolkit. Bullying. Abusing. Rudeness. Lying. America and the world witnessed a world class abuser, not behind closed doors, but on national television. His true real self. What did you think? Did it make you proud? Do you doubt for a minute that Mr. Biden showed up to actually debate? And that his opponent, unable to do that thing, resorted to the verbal version of punching him out? Is that your version of winning? “Conservative pundit William Kristol called it “a spectacle… an embarrassment… a disgrace… because of the behavior of one man, Donald Trump. The interrupting and the bullying, the absence of both decency and dignity—those were Donald Trump’s distinctive contributions to the evening, and they gave the affair the rare and sickening character of a national humiliation.”” "That's my president," the head [Joe Biggs] of the Proud Boys posted on the social media chair that will still host them. Within an hour the group had new shoulder patches designed with the words “Stand Back and Stand By.” “Standing down and standing by sir.” “Trump basically said to go fuck them up!” Biggs wrote on Parler, an alternative social media network that courts conservatives. “This makes me so happy.” Did it make you happy? “The first presidential debate on Tuesday night was “a perfect 96-minute encapsulation of where we are as a country. Just screaming and no one’s happy they are there and everyone is exhausted.”” Or the best one yet: “Canada must feel like they’re living in an apartment above a meth lab.” Surely there won’t really be two more of these things?
First sent on September 30, 2020 by Debbie
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