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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Trump vs. DeSantis explained

The New York Times and other derelicts in the media are pushing the narrative that Trump is feuding with DeSantis. They are wrong because they cannot add one and one and come up with two.

What they call a feud is really a reaction to being booed.

NYT reported, "After Mr. DeSantis refused to reveal his full covid vaccination history, the former president publicly acknowledged he had received a booster. Last week, he seemed to swipe at Mr. DeSantis by blasting as gutless politicians who dodge the question out of fear of blowback from vaccine skeptics."

And then Trump hired hookers to pee in a bed DeSantis once slept in, right?

The story went on and on, as Jonathan Martin and Maggie Haberman, ace reporters for the Disgraced Lady, cited insiders as saying the two are on the outs. Blah, blah, blah.

But lobbyist Brian Ballard, who cashed in on his connections to both men, told NYT, "They’re the two most important leaders in the Republican Party and will be personal and political friends for the rest of their careers."

All the intrigue that NYT tried to foment overlooks what Trump said and why he said it.

He got booed.

4 days before Christmas, CNN reported, "Former President Donald Trump was booed by a portion of an audience in Dallas on Sunday when he said he had received a Covid-19 booster shot, according to video of the closed press event that was shared on social media.

"The comments by Trump -- who, despite championing his administration's efforts to develop Covid vaccines, rarely discusses his own vaccination and has largely declined to encourage others to get it -- came during a stop of his tour with former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly."

O'Reilly asked Trump, "Did you get the booster?"

CNN said, "'Yes,' Trump said to a smattering of boos in the audience. 'Don't, don't, don't, don't, don't,' Trump says in the video, seemingly trying to quiet the boos. 'That's all right, it's a very tiny group over there.'"

Last week, in an interview with One America News, Trump said, "I’ve had the booster. Many politicians — I watched a couple of politicians be interviewed and one of the questions was, ‘Did you get the booster?’ because they had the vaccine. And they’re answering like — in other words, the answer is ‘yes’ but they don’t want to say it. Because they’re gutless. You gotta say it, whether you had it or not. Say it. But the fact is that I think the vaccines saved tens of millions throughout the world. I’ve had absolutely no side-effects."

I can see where he is coming from.

President Trump finds himself in nowhere land. He gets no credit for the vaccine while at the same time he gets booed for taking the vaccine.

DeSantis meanwhile is taking plenty of heat in Florida media for keeping the state open after a brief lockdown in April 2020. His biggest sin is being right. The Miami Herald will never admit that. In fact, it ran an editorial this week, "We agree with Donald Trump. Tell us whether you got a booster, Gov. DeSantis."

Meh.

They only want to know so they can criticize him again on another topic.

That tells me who they fear most.

23 comments:

  1. Miami Herald, "We agree with Castro, socialism is the model to follow."

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  2. TheLastRefuge @TheLastRefuge2

    ..."According to a report".. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

    Good grief. "Republicans" who believe this crap, and don't see through the efforts of the left to *create it*, should just join democrats. [Axios, NYT etc.]

    The stupid burns deep amid those who believe this stuff.

    There's sheeple stupid
    There's Lincoln Club stupid
    There's GOPe stupid
    There's Cruz-bot stupid
    There's Q-bot stupid

    ... and then there's a whole nuther level stupid related to those who push this nonsense.

    https://twitter.com/TheLastRefuge2/status/1483565420397350918

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    1. P.S. Nowhere Land Man has a new rally walk-off song, Sam and Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fowldx4hRtI

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    2. Sam and Dave "Hold On, I'm Coming"...If I had a nickel for every time I said that to a woman...Don, hit that button!!!

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  3. President Trump had the integrity, responsibility, and sense of leadership to take the experimental vaccine that he got developed in record time to help save American lives. All very commendable.

    Governor DeSantis has opposed vaccine mandates in favor of leaving the informed decision up to individual citizens. He also has the perfect right to keep his personal medical information to himself, and to stand up to the MSM that wants to force his compliance with their political agenda. Again, all very commendable.

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    1. Like Our Fearless Leader Big D says…”You do you.”

      And to that I say Amen. And to that I say Alright Alright Alright.

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  4. 1. "Inside sources" = "We are making this up."
    2. DeSantis is smarter than to take on Trump.
    3. DeSantis has a reelection to focus on ("first things first").

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  5. He gets no credit for the vaccine

    To his advantage. Let Joe and the Ho get it. See how much good it's done them.

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    1. OMG! Somebody hacked edutcher’s account and posted something that makes sense! Yes, let FJB take “credit” for the vaccine. It will be to his (and other Dem dictators) eternal scorn when the long-term effects of these experimental treatments are fully known.

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  6. I attended Trump History tour in Dallas AMR Arena and to say that 'Trump was booed' is a big exaggeration. There were some folks that murmured, and about 200/15,000 booed, and NO ONE was required to wear a face diaper. As to such a big deal that the ToiletPapers make of it, it was a nothing burger.

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    1. Ground level intelligence is always the best intelligence.

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  7. More proof ...

    Neil Diamond Hands @BGray8ful

    my god the media is a cancer on the country
    9:01 AM · Jan 19, 2022·


    Mollie @MZHemingway

    Wow. Justices Gorsuch and Sotomayor publicly rebuke NPR's @NinaTotenberg for her false report:
    "Reporting that Justice Sotomayor asked Justice Gorsuch to wear a mask surprised us. It is false. While we may sometimes disagree about the law, we are warm colleagues and friends."

    Totenberg was also the reporter used by fellow liberal activists to launch the scurrilous attack on Clarence Thomas in an attempt to scuttle his nomination more than 30 years ago.
    8:59 AM · Jan 19, 2022

    https://twitter.com/BGray8ful/status/1483847050982838274

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  8. I faithfully remain non GMO. I recently got sick and tested positive for fraud Fauci's fake flu. I was sick in bed for a little over a day, lost my sense of taste and dealing with light sensitivity.
    DeSantis is great, but please remember that Kristi Noem never locked down her state.
    I understand people being upset with her regarding her handling of the perverts in school sports issues, but please remember that South Dakota is a small state and cannot afford the kinds of lawsuits that the Soros funded evil denizens would bring. Her decision to instead act by executive order placed the state at less financial risk.
    As for a Trump DeSantis feud, Remember Trump's last big feud with McMahon? Great press, all show. Let the press wring their hands, the Art of the Deception will be used against them.

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    1. South Dakota can’t afford the lawsuits? I’ve never understood that excuse, doesn’t the state have hundreds of lawyers on payroll, from the AG on down through the prosecutors?since they sue everything from corporations to you, they should understand how to defend/fight back.

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    2. Yea. A steel cage match with each man armed with a folding chair.

      My state has lived with NCAA threats for decades over our flag. The NCAA needs the money and as our college baseball teams draw some of the biggest crowds in the country (Mississippi State - the largest - record setting crowds) we host tournaments. Money talks. Threats are hollow. When we finally changed our flag, it was our choice, not an outsiders threat.

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  9. Sweetheart and I just got over the Omicron Thingy. Like a very light cold. We both lacked the booster and (I hope) now have natural antibodies. Sounds like they will work as well as a booster vaccine. Some buddies were giving me a hard time about not getting the booster. I reminded them of the chicken pox parties our parents would give in the Sixties...for the kids

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  13. The media are just stirring the pot. They are those weaselly kids who never had the balls to fight themselves, but were quick to encourage others to do so.

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  14. Trump and DeSantis have been going at it over boosters and lockdowns.

    Byron York on Twitter: "Trump is dumping on Ron DeSantis in private conversations, reports @jonathanvswan. Trump reportedly calls DeSantis 'dull' and asks: 'Why won't he just say he's not going to run against me?'

    Jesse Kelly on Twitter: "The best thing that could happen to Donald Trump and his faithful would be a Ron DeSantis primary challenge. Trump needs it. Needs to get sharp again. Needs to get back on message. A formidable primary challenger helps with that. Without it, not sure he can win."

    President Trump has already tightened up his Vaxx stance a little due to this competition. Good.

    We all learned about these Bio-Weapons. Trump can too. He'd damn well better. The next president has to take on the Deep State, including the Vaccine-Industrial Complex. Just being against Mandates is not nearly enough--not even close.

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