“We cannot win this re-election. We can only re-elect Donald Trump.”
Joe Biden sums up his campaign:— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) March 8, 2020
"We cannot win this re-election. We can only re-elect Donald Trump." pic.twitter.com/TrO7pCUCUT
That’s it, that’s the post.
I can’t imagine being one of Biden’s handlers and trying to hide his clear lack of mental competence. It must be a nightmare. Whatever you might say about Trump, he definitely does NOT make these kind of embarrassing errors. Now imagine how he’s gonna do when they go head to head in a debate. Wow. I can’t wait….
This video has gone mini-viral on the twitters, and some people are upset because they say it has been deceptively edited. I want to be as transparent as possible about the controversy and you can judge for yourself. Here’s the entire quote:
“We cannot win this re-election. We can only re-elect Donald Trump, if in fact we get engaged in this circular firing squad.”
.@DanScavino dishonestly edited the Biden clip.— Richard W. (@IceManNYR) March 8, 2020
Here is Biden's full quote: "We can only re-elect Trump, if in fact we get engaged in this circular firing squad." https://t.co/ETSgMzu9Cr pic.twitter.com/3OmPOIiDiw
Now, he clearly fumbles the sentence, but editing out the last part of his sentence definitely makes it sound worse than what he actually says. So there you have it.
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Well that’s it for Saturday. We hope you’re having a good one.
Y’all have an open thread. Here’s some comment fodder.
This is a great interview with Trey Gowdy on socialism by Dana Perino:
The government is encouraging people to rat out families for lying about their addresses to get into better schools— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) February 28, 2020
This is in the D.C. metro.
Let this be a reminder that government schools are not "public" in any meaningful sense of the word. pic.twitter.com/NNFlS5PiyQ
Not sure about this guy’s math, the jump from one billion to the next step doesn’t add up to me:
Rice. Part two: Jeff Bezos net worth represented visually by rice. pic.twitter.com/kYIoyxLgMW— Humphrey (@Humphreytalks) February 28, 2020
I’m definitely sure this is not how math works.
A 92 year lady old needed an engagement ring repair and magic happened -- she smelled my workshop and had a flashback to Dublin 1933. I saw it happen in front of my eyes. She looked at me and said do you know Larry Gunning? I did. He trained my Master who trained me - Circa 1933 pic.twitter.com/R465yvJN2L— Aidi Mac Dáibhí (@AidiMac) February 28, 2020
A judge at a dog show saw a young girl watching from the sidelines.— Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) March 7, 2020
The girl had autism, and she'd brought her stuffed animal.
So the judge stopped, walked over to her, and asked if she wanted to show her dog, just like the others.
This is pure joy. pic.twitter.com/nMDPOEt2kJ
Aw. Sometimes human beings can be pretty wonderful.
And while I was looking for that, I found this too:
Autism service dog calms owner having a panic attack pic.twitter.com/0TRfnnA1zO— The Sun (@TheSun) March 6, 2020