Today’s Campaign Update
(Because The Campaign Never Ends)
Don’t make any promises you can’t keep, girl. – Megan Markle and her hairy husband Harry just gave us one more reason to vote for Trump in 2020: News broke over the weekend that the soon-to-be-ex-royal couple will never return to live in America until the Trump presidency is over. It’s going to be a long, cold five years for these two up in their new home in Canada.
Come to think of it, maybe this is a good time to re-visit that whole 22nd Amendment. You know, the one that limits U.S. presidents to serving two terms? Or hey, maybe the Trump Administration should extend its travel ban to Canada. That would work.
WINNING. Soooo much WINNING. – With stock market futures pointing to yet another banner day; the trade delegation from China about to land at Reagan National Airport for Wednesday’s signing ceremony; San Fran Nan getting ready to send her fake articles of impeachment over to the Senate where they will be quickly disposed of; and the Democrats having relegated their entire party to being apologists for the Mullahs in Iran; here is President Donald J. Trump’s schedule for the coming week:
Tuesday: WINNING Bigly
Wednesday: WINNING With China
Thursday: WINNING, Sooooooooo much WINNING
Friday: Getting tired of WINNING yet? No?
Saturday: WINNING golf at Mar-a-Lago
Sunday: MORE WINNING
The Joker does Climatey Changey hypocrisy like a champ. – Joaquin Phoenix spoke to a climate change rally in Washington, DC on Friday because it makes for great virtue signaling, which of course is the most important aspect of the global Church of Climate Change dogma.
As reported by the Daily Caller, Phoenix had this to say to the crowd of brainwashed Gaia worshippers:
“I struggle so much with what I can do at times. There are things I can’t avoid. I flew a plane out here last night, but one thing I can do is change my eating habits. So I just want to urge all of you to join me in that.”
Oh, of course. Flying a carbon dioxide spewing private jet all the way across the country on a lark just can’t be avoided. Because, you know, Climate Change and stuff, or something. It’s urgent. We only have 10 years, or 12 years, or 5 years, or 10 days, or it’s already too late, or whatever the latest alarmist dogma happens to be.
But wait, there’s more from Doctor Joker:
“Something that oftentimes isn’t talked about in the environmental movement or in the conversation about climate change is that the meat and dairy industry is the third-leading cause of climate change.”
Oh, really? You don’t say. The “third-leading case of climate change”? Let’s review: Human-caused greenhouse gas emissions make up a teeny-tiny fraction global carbon emissions, less than a single volcanic eruption creates. The meat and dairy industry in turn makes up a teeny-tiny fraction of that teeny-tiny fraction of global emissions. What Phoenix said here is what is commonly known as an outrageous lie, and representatives of the meat and dairy industry should consider suing his sorry ass off for saying it.
But of course, the crowd of brain-dead Gaia worshippers gathered in Washington on Friday ate it all up, and the corrupt news media just repeated the Joker’s nonsense ad nauseum without critical examination. Because they’re corrupt, and that’s what they do.
So, let’s review the Joker’s trip: He flies a petroleum-fueled private jet all the way across the United States to Reagan National Airport, where he no doubt climbed into a petroleum-fueled limousine or gas-guzzling SUV to make the drive over to the National Mall or wherever this gathering of the brainwashed masses was held.
There he made a speech filled with abject junk science and other outrageous lies that lasted all of … wait for it…oh, you have to wait for this one…A MINUTE AND 16 SECONDS. I kid you not – who could possibly make this stuff up?
If you watch the video clip at the linked site, you will see that he is wearing clothes and sunglasses made from petroleum products; is speaking into a microphone and standing at a podium, both of which were made largely from petroleum products; and even the sign behind him was made largely from petroleum products. He is no doubt completely unaware of any of this reality that surrounded him.
Then, after his gig was over, the Joker got back into his limo, which took him back to the airport, where he got back into his private jet and flew back out to Hollywood. Because, as Phoenix himself stated in his 76-second speech, “There are things I can’t avoid.”
That is all.
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