Donald Trump appears to be swimming in a dark pool of magical thinking. His spokesman for the Center for Disease Control (CDC) looked as if he needed mental health care as he stood on his box and called out for POTUS’ base to arm up should they lose in November. The president is out in California denying science and blaming people for not sweeping their forest floors. Does he even know what a forest floor is? Trump’s little fingers must be worn down to a nubbin from tweeting.
No wonder, the commander-in-chief polled 30 points below Biden when pollsters asked Americans how he has been (mis)handling the COVID-19 pandemic. POTUS must believe he will lose in the November election, because he has been telling his people that if he loses, it would only be due to a “rigged election:”
‘Rasmussen was one of the most accurate polls in 2016. Actually, I think, based on Crowds and Enthusiasm (of which Sleepy Joe has none!), that we are MUCH higher than 51%. The only thing Joe can count on is that a Federal Judge doesn’t eviscerate the Fake Ballot Rigging Scam!’
This president has graduated from his “rigged election” to his “rigged ballot scam.” Part of Trump’s fear might originate from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s announcement Monday that he would donate $100 million to Biden’s campaign — in just Florida, which is the gamechanger state:
‘Congratulations Pennsylvania. Now we await the decision on the Rigged Ballot Scam, which is so bad for our Country!’
Trump tried to call mail-in ballots a “Hoax” again. He managed to nearly kill off the US Postal Service (USPS) by dismantling the rapid-sort computerized machines:
‘Next up, the Ballot Hoax!’
Then, the man who watches four hours of television a day, minimum, congratulated US House candidate Mike Kelly (R-PA). The candidate joined a lawsuit, and Trump was impressed:
‘Great News, Mike!’
Twitter world went nuts after Trump belched out his afternoon tweets. Take a look at some of Americans’ responses below:
— Trevor Belmont (@TBelmont_1) September 14, 2020
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