Trump calls out ‘animals’, urges death penalty if cops die. Biden tweets rehashed mishmash. Guess who media fawns over.

President Trump’s reaction to the disgusting attempted assassination of two young deputies in Los Angeles, one the mother of a small child, has been the natural outrage and anger that any thinking, feeling, decent person would have.

Joe Biden’s reaction was to tweet an insincere B.S. bunch of malarkey with no teeth obviously written by committee that fails to address the specific problem or the Democrats complicity in it.

And the media LOVE that. Especially CNN Biden partisan Jake Tapper and Bloomberg’s Jennifer J. Jacobs.

President Trump early this morning retweeted the Sheriff’s office sharing the video of the ambush shooting. “Animals that must be hit hard!” he said, like a normal person. Later he tweeted “If they die, fast trial death penalty for the killer. Only way to stop this!” Which is not only normal but absolutely correct and, importantly, IT’S WHAT MOST PEOPLE THINK.

Joe Biden tweeted this message, written obviously by committee for minimal impact and downside. A perfunctory and bland impersonation of condemnation:

“This cold-blooded shooting is unconscionable and the perpetrator must be brought to justice. Violence of any kind is wrong; those who commit it should be caught and punished. Jill and I are keeping the deputies and their loved ones in our hearts and praying for a full recovery.”

At least he mentioned the victims. 1 point.

That’s the third time he’s tweeted “unconscionable” just this week, ten or more this year, and almost every time he was talking about Trump.

He uses “justice” in a lot of tweets, also. Notably, he’s historically used it to ENCOURAGE the BLM protesters in the streets, not condemn them or ANTIFA for murder and mayhem.

Here’s another Biden fan fawning.

The sentence is correct, but not for the reason he thinks.

Also here’s a question. What ever happened to libs making fun of and attacking people who offer prayers after a shooting? Guess they love it now. How interesting.

UPDATE: This analysis is closer to the mark.

Especially the part about who actually wrote their own tweet. But you can hardly call his weak description of “unconscionable” act needing “justice” a “condemnation” exactly. Still, it’s closer to true. And to her credit, Jacobs retweeted this response.

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