Madame Tussaud’s in Berlin threw her wax version of America’s worst president in a trash can ahead of Tuesday’s election. But it’s not just about getting rid of the wax sculptures that seem eerily more realistic than the president himself. The world seems poised to throw Donald Trump and his terrible administration in the dustbin of history. His old tricks seem to no longer work. The 2016 playbook doesn’t even penetrate mainstream media. Trump appears to be malfunctioning, spreading lies about doctors during a pandemic. More and more, it seems that Trump himself wants to lose.
There is a low moan of panic emanating from Trump and his terrible surrogates, his children. If you are silent you can almost hear it. The far-right The Washington Examiner site on Friday night magically produced ANOTHER Hunter Biden laptop because the first one didn’t work. But Rudy Giuliani and Steve Bannon’s October surprise didn’t surprise anyone. In fact, Bannon and Rudy October Surprise managed to completely embarrass the almost unembarrassing New York Post and opinion side of The Wall Street Journal. No small feat to make the WSJ opinion page blush.
None of the old stuff works. The Trump administration, which is really just the taxpayer-funded arm of the Trump campaign, has decided to make Friday a “national day of memory for Americans killed by illegal aliens. It was a typical Trump xenophobia play, possibly concocted by America’s favorite Jewish Nazi from Santa Monica, but the problem was we’re in the middle of a pandemic, so that immediately raised the question of to know why Trump did not make a day of remembrance of the more than 230,000 Americans who died of the coronavirus?
“As Junior explains the pandemic, Ivanka arranges tastes and tries to convince suburban women that Dad doesn’t want you to die, just everyone else.“
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