Warm Southern Breeze

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Trump Shoots Himself

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Saturday, October 17, 2020

This image is so ironically apropos.

Why?

It’s what he has done to himself.

The Asshole in Chief – truly, a man with a genuine psychiatric and personality disorder, Narcissism among them – has never taken the job as President of the United States seriously. Not even once.

Last Thursday night – October 15, 2020 – NBC TODAY co-host Savannah Guthrie, a Georgetown Law School-educated attorney – took no quarter when Trump ran his tired and worn deny, deny, deny tactic against her when she took him to task for retweeting some false nutso conspiracy theory crap from the nutso group QAnon.

“You’re the president — you’re not like someone’s crazy uncle who can just retweet whatever!,” she said in response to his el Stupido denials.

America is sick and tired of his bullshittery and gross incompetence.

And, if voter turnout is any indication of voter discontent with his putrid performance in office, we’ll see a Blue Tsunami unceremoniously turn him out of office.

Even deep-red Republican Alabama is having a record turn-out.

Alabama Voters Set Absentee Voting Record
October 16, 2020
https://www.al.com/news/2020/10/alabama-voters-set-absentee-voting-record.html

“Alabama voters have set a state record for casting the most absentee ballots during an election, and there are still three more weeks to go.

“Alabama Secretary of State of John Merrill said that as of Tuesday, 91,000 absentee ballots have been cast ahead of the November 3 general election. The previous record was

89,000, which occurred during the course of an entire election cycle.

““We still have three weeks left and we have broken the record,” Merrill said.

“Alabama, which does not provide for early voting, is allowing voters to appear in-person and ahead of the November 3 election if they decide to vote absentee. Voters who opt to vote absentee can do so in person by filling out an application and checking a box that suggests that they are “ill” or have a “physical disability” as a rea

son for wanting to vote absentee. Merrill permitted the excuse earlier this year as a way to give registered voters another option of casting a ballot during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Alabama officials predict a record 2.8 million state residents could vote in the presidential election next month. They expect 150,000 or more to vote absentee.

“The numbers could also rise in 11 counties that are allowing in-person absentee voting on Saturdays. Mobile was the first to allow for Saturday absentee voting earlier this month, and other counties have since followed including Jefferson and Lee counties. In Mobile County, the absentee manager’s office is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Saturday and on October 24, for in-person absentee voting.

“Merrill said the decision to allow for absentee, in-person voting on Saturdays is a local one.

It’s been left up to the absentee election manager and there is some cooperation with the county commissions,” said Merrill”

 

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