Maybe Trump will get confused and accidentally do a good job of governing. You don’t know he won’t. You literally have no idea what he believes about anything. He’s been on both sides of every issue. All his opinions exist in a Schrodinger’s-cat-like state where they might potentially be correct. Maybe he was only constantly spouting giant untruths because he literally didn’t know or remember what was actually true, not because he was executing some sort of sinister plan. Does he look like a man who has carefully studied Stalin’s Big Lie? He does not look like a man who has ever read an entire book about anything. Maybe he won’t remember to ban Muslims from the country. Update: nope looks like nope.
No. There is nothing inevitable about it. You will have to fight, every day. You are angry that you did not know.
Maybe if you don’t get out of bed ever again the Trump presidency will not happen.
No. Not that. Never that.
The death toll amounts to 12 airliners crashing every day for two months. Yet Americans are hardly awash with shared grief.— Eli Stokols (@EliStokols) May 22, 2020
Is it too abstract? Incomprehensible?
Our look at an atomized, compartmentalizing country at a grim milestone — w @Noahbiermanhttps://t.co/EjkZDW8Krr
"The COVID pandemic has made it abundantly clear that our excessive focus on foreign military threats—real and imagined—have left us naked and vulnerable for the real challenges of this century–pandemics and climate chaos." https://t.co/JzEH6aqaEN— The Nation (@thenation) May 27, 2020
@washingtonpost Take a good look cult trumpkins, this is the idiot that has caused much of the current grief in our country, stress on our markets, and likely the recession we are entering. Greasy Bannon, racist Miller & Donnie all said they wanted to deconstruct our democracy.— Paul Zavinsky (@PZavinsky) March 13, 2020
Why is Russia's reported death rate from the coronavirus so much lower than in the US or UK? One reason may be that one out of every three doctors surveyed say they have been told to attribute deaths by covid-19 to another disease. https://t.co/nOcKFdq92R— Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) May 22, 2020
At strip clubs across the country, dancers face not only a drop in employment but also discrimination and stigma as they search for relief.https://t.co/lQCHW5kdmt— The New Yorker (@NewYorker) May 27, 2020
How about asking Michael Cohen he’s just home writing his book maybe he could shed some light on this story ??? https://t.co/rZSsHNFh3t— K MAC (@KMAC65522871) May 27, 2020
“You’re not mopping fast enough. (Laughter) That’s a socialist mop. (Laughter and applause) Grab a mop — let’s get to work.” – Barack Obama (2009); “Soyez réalistes, demandez l’impossible!”