One hundred ordinary Republicans, most of whom voted for Trump.
One now says: “I’d vote for a tuna fish sandwich before I’d vote for Donald Trump again.”
Another: “I’m a registered Republican. I’ve never voted for a Democrat before in my life. But I will be in 2020.”
Not among those 100: our own Tom and Carl, both smart and well-meaning, who’ve gotten caught up in the cult.
They know Trump to be an honest, decent man — not a racist bone in his body — who’s done more than anyone else could have done to protect us from the pandemic.
Indeed, he knew it was a pandemic long before most people (that big brain), which is why he had a head start and has done such a great job.
And he did all this having inherited a virtual depression from Obama, who should be locked up along with Hillary.
Anything to the contrary, they believe — like climate science — is fake.
Putin is winning winning winning, as the world begins to pity us. (America the ‘pitiful’: Irish author explains the ‘suspension of disbelief’ that made Trump’s destruction of America possible.)
Do you think his thousands of psy-op agents are helping divide us further?
This example of misinformation is apparently home-grown, and amplified to 2.8 million followers by Donald Trump, Jr. — White supremacists pose as Antifa online, call for violence. But how many other tweets and posts and memes get lobbed in from St. Petersburg?
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