I just got an email from Jason Lewis.
With unemployment around 20% . . . 300 times as many COVID deaths here as in South Korea . . . and the National Debt up by $7 trillion, he writes:
I’m running to represent Minnesota in the U.S. Senate to fight alongside President Trump and continue on the great success we’ve had under his leadership: historic tax cuts for all Americans, new and updated trade deals that benefit our workers, making us safer at home by taking the fight to terrorists abroad, and strengthening our border.
I’m honored to have President Trump’s endorsement . . . but, we need your help in order to take the fight to Chuck Schumer, Tina Smith and other radical liberals that are trying to take President Trump out.
The American people are better off now thanks to President Trump!
But all of the progress we’ve made over the past three years is on the line — our Republican Senate Majority hangs in the balance.
We need proud conservatives like you step up and join me in the fight to save the Senate
The bolding is his. The links are mine. (Note, e.g., that “radical liberal” Tina Smith is a Dartmouth MBA who worked for General Mills and then started her own business. Married to the same man for more than 30 years. Can’t get much more radical than that!)
Speaking of proud conservatives, you’ve surely seen Mourning In America. But what makes it really powerful is that it was paid for by Republicans. If you’re a Republican who can’t bear to support Biden, join these Republicans and support The Lincoln Project.
I actually get a ton of email from Republicans. You’d think Donald Jr. is my best friend.
Here’s one Lara Trump — Eric’s wife — sent me:
Every day, President Trump is up against the Fake News media and the Radical Democrats. They’re spewing LIES about him and his administration to try and trick the American People into voting for their corrupt candidates.
We know that their desperate attempts to deceive voters won’t work, but that doesn’t mean we should just let them get away with it. We need to make a statement.
President Trump has . . . requested a list of every donor who steps up at this critical time. He expects to see your name, friend.
This goal is so important that President Trump has activated a short-term TRIPLE-MATCH on ALL CONTRIBUTIONS.
He’s requested to see the next list of Deadline Donors TONIGHT, and I want to make sure he sees YOUR name at the very top.
Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
Finally, in Trump — battling a sea of corrupt Democrats — we have a calm, selfless, stable genius who, like George Washington, can never tell a lie.
And speaking of Mama, Amazon is now offering all four flavors for just $19.95 a case with free shipping when you order two or more. “Lightly sparkling lightly sweetened — rich in nutrients but, surprisingly, not the maple taste.”
As a reminder: Drink ice-cold straight from the can. So good! (Ginger lemon is the best.)
As a further reminder: Each sip boosts my net worth. Thank you!
Have some spare gin, rum, or vodka sloshing around? Come up with the recipe for a terrific Maple Mama cocktail and I’ll submit it to the Board of Directors.
Jonathan: “Care to give us another word about Borealis, now $4.20? I take it they’re being pulled down by the airlines’ woes in addition to their own concerns.”
→ Borealis trades an average of 800 shares a day. When it goes down, the only plausible explanation is: someone sold shares. If someone should later decide to go crazy and buy $10,000 worth — triple the average daily volume — the stock could leap 20%. Trying to analyze the stock’s movement as if it were tied to logic or world events . . . well, it’s not.
We just have to wait.
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