A Tale of Two Viruses: Part 34

OMFG, do you see what I see? Republicans starting to peel away from The Don because they think he is going to lose? Don Who? Never heard of him.

Maybe lying Lindsey Graham will complete the holy trinity and disavow The Don, calling him once again what he really is: “a race-baiting, xenophobic religious bigot.”

Graham suddenly finds himself in a battle for his Senate seat with a black man named Jamie Harrison. His strategists are thinking of releasing this new ad:

I really did mean what I said the first time, please, please, please believe me! And you know me. I am not a race-baiter, but if you don’t vote for me you’ll have two black guys as your senators. So think twice as its better to vote white.

And then there is slimy Mitch McConnell, who is nuanced in his disavowal by avoiding the White House like the plague because he knows the lack of mask wearing promoted by The Don is unsafe.

Rumor has it that McConnell told a staff member; “Shit, for God’s sake, I’m the Grim Reaper. I know when death is nearby and no way am I going to put myself at the mercy of those super spreaders. And no way am I going to support a bill to give any money to those in need. Ha! Ha! Ha!”

That’s showing them Mitch. Take care of yourself and let others die. If I was Amy McGrath I would create an ad like this:

Mitch McConnell laughs when he calls himself the Grim Reaper. Some joke. He knows the virus is deadly but says nothing. He doesn’t care if you live or die. He knows you have no money for food, can’t pay your rent, have no health insurance but doesn’t want to help you. It’s time for the Grim Reaper to meet his fate! Ha! Ha! Ha!

And what about the ass, Ben Sasse, who finally decided to tell his voters what he thinks of The Don after saying nothing for four years.

“What the heck were any of us thinking, that selling a TV-obsessed, narcissistic individual to the American people was a good idea?’’

He went on to say that The Don was “flirting” with dictators and white supremacists and alienating voters so broadly that he might cause a “Republican blood bath.”

Isn’t it extraordinary that this man has the audacity to utter these words? Your silence these four years was you flirting with the devil thinking he could get you what you wanted. You don’t get to suddenly tell the devil that you suffered from faulty thinking. It would be like the character in the movie “Damn Yankees,” who sold himself to the devil to win the World Series, trying to convince the devil he wasn’t serious when he made the deal.

It’s like someone who has been an avowed atheist their entire life suddenly turning to God and saying please, pretty please, please spare me. God chuckles and says, “Um, a little too late for repentance my child”.

Ted Cruz also used the words “blood bath” to describe his fear of the looming debacle of the approaching election.

Whose blood are we speaking about? Are we speaking about the spilled blood of the 218,000 who died because of the gross negligence and misinformation campaign that none of the Republicans said a word about?

Here we are two weeks from the election and barely a peep about the needless deaths of so many because you were afraid of a tweet, the wrath of The Don? Not one of you have had the courage to stand with Dr. Fauci and say: “I’m with him!” The blood is on your hands; your complicity is responsible for tens of thousands who have died unnecessarily. It’s not their blood you care one iota about: it is the fear of your party losing elections. If The Don was ahead, you would have said nothing. That makes you more ignoble and heinous than him because he is a psychologically disturbed person who is acting out his sickness on the American people; but you have joined him in this demented, dangerous journey to derail democracy, inflicting pain and death on so many, knowing who he was all along. Your soul is forever tainted.

And then there is the blood of the conspiracy group QAnon.

There has been barely a peep from you when The Don refused to condemn and disavow QAnon.

The idea that the Democrats are involved in a child pornography ring, abducting children and drinking their blood is so absurd that Savannah Guthrie of NBC News, who was the moderator for The Don’s Town Hall, became so exasperated and incredulous over his refusal to denounce them that she actually said: “You’re the president, not someone’s crazy uncle.”

To take one out of the Don’s play book, it’s time to “Lock this crazy uncle up!”

One more thing.

Here’s Trump at one of his rallies:

 “Running against the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics puts pressure on me. Could you imagine if I lose? My whole life, what am I going to do? I’m going to say I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics. I’m not going to feel so good. Maybe I’ll have to leave the country. I don’t know.”

Putin is waiting for you with open arms!

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