"He knows his responsibilities, he knows his duties." Which is why he's done nothing to encourage the passage of a covid aid bill or any support for the unemployed at all. As for the timing of Pfizer, he's the one who made it political. If Pfizer withheld an announcement until after the election, it was to help encourage people to accept the vaccine rather than think it was a Trump ploy.
"From my point of view, this was a wellness call" -- Geraldo on his call with Trump pic.twitter.com/pZhMjUYrFH— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 13, 2020
Friday, November 13, 2020
Still Crazy After All These Years
I do love the bit about how Trump will accept the results if Trump is satisfied all "valid ballots" were counted, and all "invalid ballots" were rejected. His satisfaction doesn't enter into it. As of December 14, when the electoral college does it's pro forma duty, it's all over but the crying. And baby, is he gonna be crying.
A heavyweight champion in the last round? The bell rang, the fight was called, the arena is empty, everybody's gone home. Trump is standing in the squared circle claiming he can still fight. It's over. Fight called. He lost the title (if he ever had it). The lights are off. Nobody else is in the building. How far do I have to go to make this analogy absolutely ridiculous?
Posted by Rmj at 5:03 PM