On Saturday, Democratic Rep. and Quad Squad member Rashida Tlaib told The Guardian that the President of the United States is chicken.
And a moron.
That’s my interpretation of this statement:
“It’s been very clear to me, especially this last week, that he’s scared of us. He’s afraid of women of color.”
So this is her idea? That a man who built a multibillion-dollar planetary empire and took the presidency against all odds as the nearly-entire media establishment raged against him looks around and says, “Oh no! A woman! Please, no! PLEASE! And…oh my gosh…say it ain’t so — oh, please, no no no no — it’s a woman who isn’t white!!!! No! I’m scared! I’m so scared!!!!”
That’s what she’s selling?
How could something this lame come out of an adult’s mouth?
“Because we’re not afraid of him and we’re not afraid to speak up and say that we have a white supremacist in the White House who has a hate agenda.”
Okay, now it’s dumber.
Why do politicians so perpetually insist on offering ideas nullified by their absurdity?
She’s saying Donald Trump is a white supremacist, and that — at the same time — he’s afraid of any woman who isn’t white.
A white supremacist is someone who believes the white race is…supreme.
Better than. Smarter than. More capable than. More powerful than. Superior to.
He cannot simultaneously believe he is superior to Rashida in every way, and also that she’s a fear-inducing threat.
“He’s afraid because we have a real agenda for the American people.”
Ohhhh, a real agenda. Got it, goofy.
Rashida, of course, was recently banned from Israel (here).
Trump tweeted in response. Does this appear to be dripping with fear?–
Sorry, I don’t buy Rep. Tlaib’s tears. I have watched her violence, craziness and, most importantly, WORDS, for far too long. Now tears? She hates Israel and all Jewish people. She is an anti-Semite. She and her 3 friends are the new face of the Democrat Party. Live with it!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 20, 2019
Something I vehemently dislike is when the media tells us of the inner thoughts and longings of Donald J. Trump. It’s idiotically unfounded and presumptious. And, therefore, foolish.
But if I may, I’m going to take a guess at the President’s disposition. He may be a lot of things; but one of them — I strongly believe — isn’t afraid.