Drug-addled Donald Trump campaigns in FL: ‘They say I’m immune, I feel so powerful’

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Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail last night, if we’re not counting that Hatch-Act-violating campaign rally at the White House over the weekend. Trump did a largely unmasked rally in Florida, where he was clearly still zonked out on high-dosage steroids (among other drugs, I would imagine). The campaign let him riff off-script, which is when all of this happened:

President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail on Monday, his first since he was hospitalized for Covid-19, taking familiar hits at his Democratic rival Joe Biden and urging his supporters in the crucial battleground state to vote . At Trump’s Florida rally, the president was also cavalier about his battle with Covid-19, telling the crowd — estimated at 7,000 people — in a state that has been hit hard by the virus that he felt strong and better than before. The president took a myriad of treatments when he was hospitalized and told the crowd he wanted to make his treatment plan available to everyone.

“We are going to take whatever the hell they gave me and we are going to distribute it to hospitals,” he said. He even mused he could kiss everyone in the crowd, some of whom were not wearing masks. Many were also packed tightly together at the outdoor event.

“They say I’m immune. I feel so powerful,” Trump told the crowd in Sanford. “I’ll walk into that audience, I’ll walk in there, kiss everyone in that audience. I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women.”

Trump’s physician released a memo Monday saying the president had recently tested negative on consecutive days and was no longer contagious. The memo did not state that Trump has immunity.

[From NBC News]

Regarding the negative tests… it’s crazy that they’ll release information about his negative tests when, for more than a week, those same doctors refused to say when Trump last tested negative before his positive diagnosis. I still believe a combination of conspiracies – the White House was barely testing Trump in the weeks (and perhaps months) before he felt ill. And I also believe that they either suspected or knew outright that Trump was corona-positive for the first presidential debate, and they hoped to infect Joe Biden.

As for Trump talking about kissing all of the beautiful women in the crowd…you can absolutely get the virus twice. Just sayin’.

Here’s a drug-addled Trump dancing to the Village People’s “YMCA” at the end of his maskless rally.

Here’s Anderson Cooper’s face when he realizes Trump is playing the gay anthem at his rally:

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  1. fluffy_bunny says:

    His makeup is so awful. Worse than usual. And the drugs he was given aren’t FDA approved yet so they can’t give it to everyone. And if they could who is going to pay for it?

    • Mc says:

      How is it possible that he’s getting even oranger?

      • Yup, Me says:

        They’re painting his spackle on thicker to hide how pale he is?

        I’m wondering why he looks greasy, like he’s melting and why he’s breathing through his dentures with his jaw clenched like he’s trying to keep them from falling out of his mouth?

    • Mac says:

      Regeneron has 50,000 doses. That would barely cover one day of infections in the US.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        I think you need a course of several doses so is it enough for 50k people or maybe 10k people?

    • Edna says:

      Health insurance barely wants to cover the cost of some approved drugs. You know damn well they’d never cover the cost of expensive experimental drugs.

    • Ann says:

      I suspect he saw the photos of himself from Walter Reed with no makeup and hated it so he’s been overdoing since. He looked better without all the orange. He looked like a normal human for once, which I’m sure is a bad thing to him because he is an irredeemable evil scumbag monster.

      • aang says:

        He looks grosser than usual. And all sweaty.

      • Mac says:

        I wonder if he considers the pumpkin face part of his “brand” and is leaning into it.

      • nb says:

        @Mac he does actually. I read that a long time ago he decided that the way he looks is part of his brand. The orange skin, ill fitting suits (dark with a white shirt and almost always too long tie), weird yellow hair – it’s all carefully cultivated to make him almost a caricature that is easily recognizable. I guess it took his team a while into the presidency to get him to change from the yellow hair to white to show he’s more ‘dignified’ now. Either way it’s all gross and cheap looking.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      and the drugs they gave him are what they normally give someone who is literally on their last legs, not someone who is just starting to exhibit symptoms, like he was. it’s no wonder he feels so good, he got the best drugs early in his illness.

      and, based on the bandage that’s been seen on his hand, he’s STILL getting some kind of intravenous treatment.

      further, as noted, you can catch this twice, and the second time is often MUCH WORSE than the first. so, I’m all for him going out and putting himself at risk. Dumb MF. and his base who attend these things? sure would be a shame if they got sick and couldn’t get out to vote… /s

  2. Chill says:

    Macho Man? Really? At least I’m laughing.

    • Eleonor says:

      I have to watch this NOW!!

    • whatWHAT? says:

      yeah, it’s funny how often the GOP uses a song and doesn’t really “get” what it’s about.

      Macho Man is kind of an anthem to gay fitness and hot man bods.

      I remember when Reagan’s campaign used “Born in the USA”, not realizing it was kind of an anti-gov’t song about how they treat vets.

      • Ponchorella says:

        Trump campaign plays “Fortunate Son” at rallies. They are so fucking clueless.

      • Valerie says:

        @Ponchorella – That is hilarious, lmao. Fortunate Son. It doesn’t even make sense on a very basic, surface level. “I”m NO fortunate one… I’m no millionaire’s son.”

        He’s stupider than I thought.

      • jenellesTiktok says:

        Every man wants to be a macho macho man
        To have the kind of body, always in demand
        Jogging in the mornings, go man go
        Works out in the health spa, muscles glow

    • cassandra says:

      Anderson Cooper is disassociating HARD in that video hahaha

    • cdnKitty says:

      That video of Anderson Cooper is gold.

  3. Jay says:

    So gross. So deranged. When I had my wisdom teeth out and was hopped up on pain meds, my family didn’t let me out of their sight! Too bad there’s no one who actually cares for this frail old loser. I think the only reason he’s out there on the rally trail is to get him the hell out of the west wing.

    • LightPurple says:

      And that’s it. His family clearly doesn’t give a damn about him as a person. They’re just circling for the power and the money.

  4. Diana says:

    Ugh… douche chills galore! 🤢

  5. Darla says:

    I’d love to ask my two maga brothers how they feel now. But they would never tell me the truth, and the younger one gets enraged and would just start screaming about Nancy Pelosi. So what’s the point. But this here, this here is farce. He’s done.

    • Esmom says:

      After all of this, he could still win. I’d like to think the huge turnout so far bodes well for Biden, but after 2016 I will never relax prior to an election.

      • Darla says:

        I honestly don’t think he can still win, but I totally get this. I can’t say I’m relaxed exactly myself. But my worries mostly revolve around the lame duck session, and whether McConnell keeps control of the Senate. But I understand.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I think the trauma of 2016 is preventing Democrats from getting complacent this year.

      • Christin says:

        Hopefully the rural base will be outnumbered by new/non-complacent voters. It’s all about who takes the time to vote.

      • nb says:

        @Esmom exactly, he still could. I hear things that make me wonder…like a friend who volunteered for text polling a month ago. She said 95% of people (mostly rural) responded that they will vote for Trump. The issues they were stuck on were abortion and gun rights, and they don’t care if it’s Trump or not they just won’t vote for a Dem. These one-issue voters could really give Trump a lead. When I hear stuff like that I get a pit in my stomach. No one can get complacent with Biden’s lead right now. The only way Trump will leave office peacefully is if the voters blow him out of the water with a commanding lead for Biden that cannot be disputed, or explained away as a hoax, or explained away as voter fraud. It needs to be indisputable that he lost and not brought to the court to decide because we all know how that’s gonna go.

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      This is exactly why I can’t speak about politics to anyone on the right. They’re parrots. And they only have rhetoric. It’s maddening.

  6. rosehanbury says:

    He looks like an Oompa Loompa with that makeup. Idk what happened to his supporters, must be something in the water or the air they breathe

    • AL says:

      @rosenhanbury If your only reality is Fox News or Brietbart, you’d believe all this crap too (I make myself read the headlines sometimes just so I can get in my Dad’s head – it’s frightening). It’s like falling down some alternative world Alice in Wonderland chute (maybe in a garbage truck?) and calling the trash on your face your friend because it’s all you see.

      • Emm says:

        I can’t go near those “news” outlets simply because I’m so stressed as it is and it makes me absolutely seethe when I see the headlines or even read the first sentence of their stories. But yeah since my father and FIL both think they are so smart and I know my FIL only blasts faux news all day everyday and my own father says the AP is so full of lies and that every other news outlet just says the same things and he legit doesn’t even understand that he’s just regurgitating all of faux news taking points because that’s all her believes. If you only watch that lunacy then yeah, you are essentially on another planet. There is no use talking to them anymore and I don’t even want relationships with them anymore. My parents and all of my in laws are MAGAts and I can’t/won’t forgive them for any of it. If you turned off the news and just read his tweets or listened to him speak you might pull yourself out of it because it’s all effing bonkers but who knows.

        Also doesn’t regeneron come from cells cultured from an aborted fetus? Yet he claims he wants all Americans to get it and those darn evangelicals are completely silent. I guess it’s fine if it’s to save the life of your savior who won’t even let science use stem cells to help other people.

      • clomo says:

        Having trumpers as close relatives must be devastating. There is only one in my extended family but they married into the picture late in the game and they are just republican and aren’t a true trumper per say, just an older businessman and a moderate who is pro women rights and gay rights and is agnostic yet I still I don’t talk to him much. Everyone else, a few dozen are liberal thank god. I really can’t even talk to trump fiends, they are such a lost cause. If trump wins again I will realize(okay I already do) there is something really wrong in the USA as he’s shown he is incompetent beyond belief. I don’t mind people as much who voted for him the first time and are repentant and will vote for Biden now. I knew trump wasn’t going to be good 4 years ago but he has exceeded my expectations beyond my wildest imagination.

      • Emm says:

        @clomo, it is absolutely devastating and I’m so glad you don’t have to deal with it, honestly.

        Over the last four years I have essentially lost all my family. My inlaws are beyond, but my FIL is a misogynistic, narcissist who has always believed that he is better than everyone else and treats his wife and any woman in authority or doesn’t take his bs like garbage. He sees himself in trump and it doesn’t surprise me in the least that he worships the guy and would probably kill his own family for him. What really gets me though is his “Christians for trump” hypocrisy and the lengths he will go to defend this guy as a born again Christian. It doesn’t matter that the guy didn’t even refer to Jesus when asked about Easter, it doesn’t matter that he’s had three wives and cheated on all of them, it doesn’t matter, nothing matters and he will always come back with some infuriating bs to let him off the hook or why that particular sin doesn’t really matter. I mean he has so much trump merch and displays it everywhere because he is so effing proud to be a mark had by the con man. My own father isn’t as bad but he’s getting up there. He stopped talking to me about politics a couple of years ago and I thought he got the hint but recently he’s been trying to bring it up again and I’m ready to come back at him and he doesn’t like that. It feels like he’s not the same person that I grew up with and that I’ve lost the dad I loved and had respect for and thought was a good person.

        I feel like this guy and the entirety of the GOP who obviously had zero actual ideals or morals have broken the nation beyond repair. I will never understand the absolutely over the top worship of this man, my parents and inlaws were not like this with GWB or with HW. I want to go back to the days where I didn’t have to think about the president and the impending doom him and his party are bringing onto the nation on a daily basis. Where I wasn’t sick with worry everyday. I think about my children’s future and weep.

  7. Seraphina says:

    What a dangerous man. Can no one put a muzzle on him?

    • Who ARE these people? says:

      The Republican majority Senate had that oportunity earlier this year and declined to take it. The 25th Amendment remains available but there are no takers. They’re all in it together.

      • Seraphina says:

        That’s what I am afraid of. As I told people, it’s the lesser of two evils for this election. Harris is the only one I place hope on.

      • Sigmund says:

        There are no takers on the Republican side. Let’s not forget that Nancy Pelosi just unveiled legislation to create a commission that would be able to remove the president from office under the 25th amendment.

        PLEASE don’t spread this “both sides are the same” rhetoric. It’s exactly what the Republicans want because it lessens voter turnout and minimizes the LITERAL white supremacy (as well as other horrible actions) that party stands for.

        Democrats are not all angels, but they are light years better than Republicans. There is no comparison.

  8. minx says:

    His makeup is an indicator of how manic and crazed he is at any given time. It gets heavier and more over-the-top the nuttier he gets.

  9. Enis says:

    The steroid mania is real. If my parents were acting like this, I’d be looking for home health care or some other form of elder care.

    The GOP sees this and thinks “Elect this man president!”

    • Jennifer says:

      I don’t think they see a lot of it. I’ll mention something outrageous Trump did or said or tweeted to my Republican friends and they are clueless about it.

      • Darla says:

        Yes, but they’re oddly well informed on every little falter on a word Biden makes, aren’t they? That’s my brothers.

      • AL says:

        @Jennifer interesting you say that I was on Fox website this morning and at least as of 7:30 there was no mention of “I’m coming in there and kissing everyone” or the dancing or the 7,000 without masks. It’s like it didn’t happen. It’s all how old and crazy Biden is and how tortured the nominee is.

      • Jennifer says:

        Yes, Darla! All I hear about is Biden’s gaffes and I reply, “But did you see….?” And no, they never have.

    • lucy2 says:

      He is so hopped up on steroids. I bet he stays on them through the election too, because he feels so “great!”.

      I wish they could lock the doors of these rallies and not let anyone out for at least 2 weeks, so they don’t go spreading their Covid all over town.

  10. Miranda says:

    This “immunity” brag…how long before he starts claiming that his mere touch can cure or prevent COVID? Like the “royal touch” ceremonies that some monarchs used to hold to cure their subjects of various diseases. His worshipers are definitely stupid enough to fall for it, too.

    And you KNOW he doesn’t understand the subtext of “Macho Man”. He genuinely thinks it’s about being a big tough guy. I’m not sure what’s more laughable: the fact that he doesn’t get the song, or that Cadet Bone Spurs considers himself macho.

    • H says:

      He probably danced to Macho Man at Studio 54 in the 70’s before banging a porn star and never thought it was a gay anthem. If anyone is ripe for Covid re-infection, its this guy.

  11. BlueSky says:

    I got an alert yesterday about a man in Seattle(?) who got COVID again. So I do think there is a possibility. I also think he’s recovering from pneumonia. You don’t just get over that. I’m fine with him continuing to weaken his immune system.

    • LightPurple says:

      A friend had it twice. The first go round, she had mild symptoms but they lingered for almost two months. When she finally tested negative they had her do weekly tests for a month. Three weeks after the last negative test, she started having symptoms again. Test showed she had it again and this time it was much worse. She’s recovered now but won’t leave her house

      • Normades says:

        I have a friend who got Covid last March, mistakingly thought he was immune, and now has it again.

    • Betsy says:

      It is indeed possible to get covid twice; Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding has linked to the reports. There are 22 (I think that’s the number) of lab confirmed cases of repeat covid.

      Not that I think Trump is actually over his covid. I think he got a mild to moderate case and is on oxygen constantly and probably still taking every drug they’ll give him.

      May he die on the toilet at 10:00 pm November 3, having lost resoundingly.

      • AnnaKist says:

        No, Betsy. I want to savour seeing him in defeat for a lot longer than a few hours.

      • Miranda says:

        I agree with AnnaKist, he deserves to suffer a lot longer than that. But I do look forward to his inevitable toilet death. I hope it’s a prison toilet.

      • Betsy says:

        @AnnaKist – I’d rather him be safely out of the way rather than fomenting violence!

      • whatWHAT? says:

        I’m with Miranda. I want him to live long enough to be tried and imprisoned, even if it’s house arrest, and lose all his $.

        he deserves to live a long, hellish life after he leaves the WH. hair loss, constant spicy diarrhea, and no Twitter.

    • AnnaKist says:

      BlueSky, I don’t know about that one, but there was a confirmed case here in Australia about a month ago. The doctors and epidemiologists said the second infection was a different strain of the virus, and occurred because the virus has already mutated.

      He really does look off. Where is the missus, daughter and son-in-law these days? It was like a maga-abba quartet once upon a time, but now they’re nowhere to be seen. Have they had a tiff?

      • whatWHAT? says:

        I’m wondering about Melania, too. he hasn’t said word ONE about her and her fight against COVID.

        it’s almost like he doesn’t care about her, only himself…shocker.

      • Christin says:

        The timing of their dual illness announcement conveniently derailed the evening’s coverage of her griping (with profanity) about Christmas decorating and downplaying imprisoning migrant children.

    • cassandra says:

      Last I read, from research on infected patients, Covid antibodies last around 4 months

      So if that’s true, then all the people who got sick in the spring are not going to be immune for the second wave.

  12. ChillyWilly says:

    I wonder when they are taking him off the steroids? He’s in for one hell of a crash. I bet he makes them give them to him until the election is over.

    • Mindy_Dopple says:

      At this point, his docs are so untrustworthy and corrupt that I would bet they have no plans to take him off the steroids. My friend who is a nurse in a short term care facility says there is a patient who has been on steroids for a month. Combined with 45’s addictive personality…. I bet he’s abusing those steroids already. Can anyone tell me what would happen if he were to mix those with his other rumored drug habits?

      • FHMom says:

        He has to still be on steroids. I’ve yet to hear one person who recovered from a moderate case of Covid and didnt feel exhausted for a few weeks. Those steroids have to be propping him up.

      • Darla says:

        Oh this is what I think Mindy. I was saying to my mother this weekend, there’s no way he’s coming off those steroids. Not until after the election anyway.

    • Edna says:

      They’ll probably keep him hopped up until after the election. Drug addict Trump probably loves the feelings that the steroids give him…probably a much better high than the Adderall.

      • ChillyWilly says:

        Yeah, I mean he’s up there dancing like he thinks it’s 1978 and he’s at Studio 54. He’s high as a kite!

    • Yup, Me says:

      That’s an interesting proposition because his body won’t care what drugs he’s on. If his system is using energy that should be going to heal him to perform at rallies instead, he’s in for one hell of a collapse – whether or not he keeps using the steroids.

  13. LaUnicaAngelina says:

    He is deranged. He is psychotic. He needs to be stopped.

  14. Rapunzel says:

    Y’all, the insanity is real. On Sunday, my small CA -California!!- town had a “Trump Train” rally with nearly 1000 covidiots not wearing masks etc. It was parade with lots of covidiots on the street watching. It was full of “farmers for Trump” “Latinos for Trump” and “Women for Trump” signs. Farm vehicles driving around with Trump cutouts at the wheel. Signs with “Vote red or our country’s dead” and shirts with “Trump 2020: Grab America by the pu–y again”

    The donut shop had a huge cutout in their entry (no more for me). The local bar and grill had a Trump menu- “sleepy creepy Joe sliders” “lil Biden weiners” “making liberals cry hotwings” and an “LGBT- Liberty, Guns, Beer and Trump”

    My neighbors were responsible for the whole event and bragged all over Social Media about how “proud they were of our town” and their event full of “peaceful love and passion for our President ”

    The town next to us is having their own Trump event on the 17th. It’s dumb and offensive af. And will spike virus cases in my area that is only starting to improve.

    My dad, 72 year old farmer, has lived in this town his whole life. These people have him practically apoplectic with how they’ve made our town an embarrassment. He actually said he wished he could move. I’m so sad at this insanity.

    Just wanted to give an example of how insane this cult is. Vote vote vote. To quote my dad, “It’s life or death”

    • FHMom says:

      Omg. Completely insane. The only positive thing I can say is that these rallies are for supporters only. They aren’t changing any minds or convincing any undecideds to vote for him. This level of crazy is scary to any intelligent person.

    • Darla says:

      OMG this sounds like nightmares I’ve been having. I am so sincerely sorry.

    • Miranda says:

      God, those food names are so, so, soooo lame. Republicans are just not clever or funny. Ever. If they weren’t such assholes, I’d almost pity them for their feeble attempts at humor.

      OK, actually, the “lil’ Biden wieners” are funny, because even though they’re trying to insult his manhood, they’re still taking Biden’s effigy dick it in their mouths, aren’t they?

    • H says:

      I’m so happy to hear your father is sane and hates Trump. My 86 year-old dad is a Trumpster and watches Fox News 24/7. Most of my family ignores his political rantings as my dad has been a known racist for years. Like Sydney Pointer says in “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” to his movie father:

      “You don’t even know what I am, Dad, you don’t know who I am. You don’t know how I feel, what I think. And if I tried to explain it the rest of your life you will never understand. You are 30 years older than I am. You and your whole lousy generation believes the way it was for you is the way it’s got to be. And not until your whole generation has lain down and died will the dead weight of you be off our backs!”

      That had meaning in 1967 and it has meaning in 2020.

  15. tee says:

    Giving him coronavirus just to allow him a miraculous recovery and fodder for him to act like Homelander is one of the meanest things 2020 has done. Feel like there’s been less of a word from others from his staff infected. There’s no way they all had mild symptoms.

    • Betsy says:

      There’s no way covid is done with him.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      “There’s no way they all had mild symptoms.”

      there’s also no way they’re getting the treatment course that he got and is still getting.

    • Riva Diva says:

      He’s always one step ahead. Just when you think he can’t pull anymore surprises he does and there’s more to come. So people have got to stop thinking they’ve ‘got him’ because it ain’t over until it’s over.

  16. Juxtapoze says:

    How do you differentiate a megalomaniac from a narcissist? Asking for a friend.

    • Jaded says:

      Megalomania is a mental illness marked by delusions of greatness, wealth, etc. an obsession with doing extravagant or grand things. A narcissist is someone with an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration. I think we can safely say that Trumpolini typifies both conditions with a good measure of sociopathic tendencies thrown in for good measure.

  17. Edna says:

    I want to truly believe that Biden will win, but given what happened in 2016 and the fact that 2020 has been such a cluster fuck of bad news, catastrophes, and overall crazy shit, I just can’t let myself get too hopeful.

  18. Miranda says:

    Question for the non-Americans: supposing that Trump does win (God forbid), does the rest of the world recognize that the majority of Americans despise him and are incredibly embarrassed by him? And that his hypothetical win could only be the result of tampering/voter fraud? Because seriously, TRUMP IS NOT AMERICA. We progressives are working our asses off to get rid of him, but it’s one hell of a battle.

    • Sigmund says:

      There’s already non-Americans who mistakenly believe that Trump was voted for by the majority of Americans, when he wasn’t even voted for by the majority of VOTERS. Unfortunately, I think that if Trump wins again, even if it’s through straight up fraud, the rest of the world will believe Americans want him in office.

  19. Ann says:

    Matt Gaetzs was there right next to DeSantis who was high-fiving people. No masks on either of them. Hopefully trump planted a sloppy smooch on both of these idiots and the GOP outbreak list will get longer. Maybe Mr. Macho Man can make his way to Ohio to spread the love all over Jim Jordan.

  20. Lady Keller says:

    No. “They” did not say that. “They” never said that. Nope.

    • Trillion says:

      Trump loves to use that phrasing. I remember him saying “They call her Pocahontas” about Warren. Yeah, nobody calls her that but you, Dotard.

    • Rapunzel says:

      Yep… Trump just loves that bandwagon fallacy.

      • Riva Diva says:

        I thought he was referring to the voices in his head when he says they. But the bandwagon fallacy is a good description. He loves his universalisms and superlatives.

  21. Trillion says:

    I can’t believe he didn’t take this opportunity to lie about hydroxychloraquine and thank the Demon Sperm doctor for curing him.

  22. Quincytoo says:

    He is beyond disgusting
    Where is Melania and how is she doing
    Haven’t seen anything reported about her
    Drump seems to have forgotten he has a sick wife

    • Snuffles says:

      Melania is probably home sick, recovering like your average person not pumped up full of steroids.

      • Trillion says:

        Maybe she’s laying low after the released “Fuck Christmas” recordings. But then again, I’ve barely seen a peep about that debacle. If Michelle Obama had said that in 2010, we’d STILL be hearing about it.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      I’m actually betting that Melania is NOT very sick (or not sick at all) and is using her infection to get out of doing ANYTHING for his re-election. or any events at all. as long as she’s “sick”, she doesn’t have to be around him or do any public “work”.

  23. Traveler says:

    It is maddening to me to see that there are hundreds that will show up for these things (especially during a pandemic) and even more maddening that millions still support him. But I am a broken record at this point; not adding much to the discourse.
    My hatred for him is so deep that I just want to see him humiliated at every opportunity. I always hope that the karma gods will bring him a sea of empty chairs at his nazi rallies. Sad to say but this is one of the only things that gets to him. Dead americans, not so much.

  24. Riva Diva says:

    Same as it ever was.

    • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

      And you may ask yourself
      Am I right? Am I wrong?
      And you may say to yourself
      “My God! What have I done?”

      • Valerie says:

        Letting the days go by, gotta vote that mother out
        Letting the days go by, gotta hold that Biden vote
        Makin’ it blue again…

  25. Lady D says:

    I’m missing @Jerusha. I’ve enjoyed her commentary on trump for months, and I can just imagine what she has to say now. I’m happy she got her wish, it was my wish too.

  26. Josie Bean says:

    Trump quote: “We are going to take whatever the hell they gave me and we are going to distribute it to hospitals”.

    So I guess that means for the rest of us to get the COVID “cure” that Trump got, we have to go into Hospital (even if the “cure” was free). Does Trump not understand that that alone scares most Americans? When I was with Kaiser Permanente the deductible was $6K a year and that doesn’t include any drugs or ambulance if I were to need one. That would just be my costs – my husband would be the same. I just don’t understand how the Trump supporters swallow this rubbish.

  27. Kebbie says:

    It felt so good to vote for Biden this morning. That’s all I’ve got. Early voting in Texas started this morning at 7 am and I was in line at 6:30 am. I’ve been waiting for this day for four years and it finally came. I don’t want to get my hopes up, but my God, at some point the universe has to balance the scales, right? This man can’t possibly continue to fail upwards.

    I also got to vote against John Cornyn and Dan Crenshaw. Very satisfying feeling today.

  28. Valerie says:

    So, why DIDN’T the big macho man take his security and jump right into the adoring crowd made up of people who love him as much as he loves them?


  29. The Recluse says:

    President Adderal has a new drug: steroids. They’ve created a monster out of a monster.

  30. I can barely get past the extreme orange-ness but luckily I did because the YMCA dancing is an absolute trainwreck. Dump Trump!