My latest update from the campaign trail
DEMOCRATS: [1:18] – They really do want to take over every aspect of your life.
SOCIALISM: This is moving [1:59] – “This is freedom.” – Latina for Trump
DEMOCRATS: These are the leading candidates.
TRUMP: President Donald Trump donated his $100,000, fourth quarter salary to the Department of Health and Human Services Tuesday to help fight the coronavirus.
SLOW JOE: On Monday, Biden said, “Tomorrow is Super Thursday.”
KLOBUCHAR: When she threw her support to Joe Biden, she called for a return to “decency and dignity” in the White House. Sorry, Amy, but we have decency and dignity in the White House. Putting a Democrat back in there would only sully it once again.
DEMOCRATS: Arbiters of decency and dignity – During a Tuesday interview with Fox News’ America’s Newsroom, former Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile told Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to “Go to hell.” McDaniel responded on Twitter (above).
In other “decency and dignity” news, Bill Maher said, “I’m going to look on the bright side of this and say that I think the coronavirus is going to change people’s views of Donald Trump, finally.”
He has also said in the past that he hoped the bottom would fall out of the economy because he thought a recession was one way to get rid of Trump and, no, he didn’t care that millions of people would be hurt.
SICK DEMOCRATS: More of the Left’s famous “decency and dignity.”
BLACK TRUMP SUPPORTER: [3:20] – “I am black and I am an American and I have the right to support Donald J. Trump.”
1968 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION: The Democratic Party’s “arcane rules [allow] backroom deals to choose the nominee at the convention, in order to maintain its stranglehold over the party regardless of what the dirty masses of their voters thought or wanted.”
“The parallels to what the Democratic establishment is plotting to do to Sanders in 2020 is too obvious to require much elaboration. Party leaders, and all of the remaining major candidates — including Joe Biden, Michael Bloomberg, and Elizabeth Warren — are making explicitly clear that the strategy on which they are relying is extremely similar to the one invoked by party bosses in 1968 to deny McCarthy the nomination. It is very difficult to understand why they would expect a different outcome.”