I know tout le Twitter is upset Trump said Nov. 3rd was the insurrection, and January 6 was the....well, I've already forgotten what he said. Trump is 2 full years away from even campaigning for the GOP nomination (will they just cancel their primaries and coronate him?). And a lot is going to happen before we get there:
And mosques, right? https://t.co/Z9NNX5bEu4— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) October 25, 2021
He sounds kinda like Twitter (and tout le punditry) keeps telling me Biden supporters are supposed to sound:
Cowboys for Trump founder just turned against former president in public speech to QAnon conferencehttps://t.co/Ha6UjaXtFT— Raw Story (@RawStory) October 24, 2021
"We supported President Trump for his fight for justice as well," said Griffin. "And for four years we cried 'lock her up. Lock her up. Lock her up.' We know she's a criminal. What did the president tell us? 'If I was in charge, you'd be in jail.'"Ok, Mr. President, you've been in charge of the law for four years," he continued. "At the end of your four year time, the only ones locked up were men like me, and others like me, that have stood by the president the strongest."
Wasn't failure to broaden his base one of the reasons Trump lost last November? And now his hardest core base is going to jail? Do we know for certain those people driving to those rallies actually vote? Ever?
Calling voters dumb doesn't seem like the best campaign strategy— Raw Story (@RawStory) October 24, 2021
'How stupid our country has become': Trump lashes out in finger-pointing Sunday morning tirade https://t.co/6ggTHtkxkV
I'm sure that's going to serve him well in the primaries; but in the general? It's dangerous to generalize, but I think a clown like would lose in Texas, even with "R" after his name on the ballot.
At OH GOP Senate debate tonight, Josh Mandel says, “there’s no such thing as separation of church and state.” “We should be instilling faith in the classroom, in the work place, and everywhere in society.” pic.twitter.com/nanbRELVzo— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) October 25, 2021
I'll assume Liz Mair knows more than I do about Ohio. And that Ohio isn't chockful o' nuts. Speaking of which:
Remember: He knows better than this. That’s what makes him truly awful. He knows exactly what he’s doing, trying to rile up people who don’t know better into applauding violations of the Constitution of the United States, all because he’d rather be in the DC than in Ohio. https://t.co/88OUFVZZRC— Tom Nichols (@RadioFreeTom) October 25, 2021
"We won't pay your moving expenses, help you get housing, or even pay better than what you made before, and you won't keep your seniority or any of that stuff. In fact, as Governor, I have bugger all to do with hiring local police officers. But if you're dumb enough to quit your job over a vaccine requirement, you're dumb enough to be a police officer in Florida!"
Not reckless, cynically irresponsible, and demagogic at all. https://t.co/rpN9QdPTlL— Charlie Sykes (@SykesCharlie) October 25, 2021
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