Friday, August 28, 2020

“We’re Here and They’re Not.” I Approve This Message.

The Democrats held a 4-day long Festivus celebration last week. Participants spent their days and nights cataloguing America’s sins as they read through their obligatory List of Grievances. By contrast President Trump wrapped up his party’s convention last night on an optimistic high note. And fireworks.

trump fireworksHow can Democrats lead a country they want to tear down?

Although that’s not what you’ll hear if you tune into Fake Media for a recap; they called the President’s acceptance speech “dark” and “repugnant.” Of course they also pre-determined that Joey’s speech “embraced the light and spoke against the darkness” - before he ever made it.

CNN's Van Jones admits Dems were going to 'praise' Biden DNC speech 'as long as he didn't embarrass himself' 'We were prepared for it to be a terrible speech,' ex-Obama adviser told Anderson Cooper. – Fox

So we can only assume that they had likewise pre-determined that President Trump’s speech would be “dark” and “repugnant.”

All I know for certain is that nobody let Joey stay up to watch it as it began well past his bedtime. Just as well; he would have become agitated to the point where he threatened to “take (Trump) behind the gym and beat the hell out of him” again.

Which wouldn’t sound the least bit presidential. At least not if President Trump had said it.

Could it be that Joey and PDs (Progressive Democrats) are beginning to get the message, as Greg Gutfeld noted?

I suspect their polls are beginning to show them the “light.” I predict a lot of pivoting in the days ahead for Joey and the PDs.

President Donald Trump speaks from the South Lawn of the White House on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)“I’m Donald Trump, and we’re here and they’re not.”

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