Did Trump kill his assistant in 2000? The hashtag #JusticeforCarolyn has been trending on Twitter since “God” said he did in this tweet:
Donald Trump killed his personal assistant, Carolyn Gombell, in October 2000. He strangled her because he’d gotten her pregnant and was threatening to tell the press. Then he bribed NYPD Police Chief Bernie [Kerik] to cover it up. IT’S TIME TO INVESTIGATE. #JusticeForCarolyn.
“Timeline,” a new ad from the Biden campaign, takes the viewer through a chronology of Trump’s incompetence and failures as the covid-19 crisis swept the country from both coasts.
It ends with a kicker: “Donald Trump doesn’t understand,” the narrator says. “We have an economic crisis because we have a public health crisis. And we have a public health crisis because he refused to act. Donald Trump didn’t build a great economy. His failure to lead destroyed one.”
The ad is running on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube in six battleground states: Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin,
From Huffington Post: “In a thread on Twitter, David Frum said reports that the White House is now pivoting its pandemic messaging to focus on the economy showed Trump is ‘consciously choosing to risk higher virus casualties” in the second quarter of 2020 “in hope of jolting the economy into revival in Q3 to save his re-election” in November.
‘It’s a desperate gamble to save himself by sacrificing others,’ wrote Frum, who is now a senior editor at The Atlantic. “It’s also not very likely to work.'”
Like Trump and his cult-like followers, Sen. Sanders and his loyal fans just can’t seem to get over the results of the 2016 election. In particular, the Sandersites believe the DNC failed to support his campaign as fully as they did Secretary Clinton’s. (But they are silent on the DNC’s treatment of the other candidate in the race, former Gov. Martin O’Malley of Maryland.)
Never mind that Sanders was not a Democrat throughout his long career — until April 30, 2015, the day he filed to run for president. He joined the party that day, and yet expected to get the full benefit of a lifelong member.
Every Friday late in the afternoon, East Coast time, an anonymous Twitterer with the handle @AngrierWHStaff but known simply as “Angry Staffer” answers questions from readers about goings-on behind the scenes at the Trump White House. Because the writer is anonymous, it’s impossible to verify what Angry says — and yet it all has the ring of plausibility.
One of Angry’s central thesis is that Trump will resign before the next election, either later this month or by March. We can only hope!
Check out Angry’s website HERE.
He seems to be moving it better now, but for several days after his trip to Walter Reed, it just kinda hung around like it was dead.
Gives a little credence to the pacemaker theory, but with the excessive slurring, I still think it was neurological
— Angry Staffer (@AngrierWHStaff) November 30, 2019
On Sunday, June 2, by Franklin Graham, evangelicals are holding a national day of prayer as an act of fealty to Donald Trump. Given this list, plus a mountain of other evidence, it’s difficult to understand why they admire this defiantly degenerate and dissolute man, who is obviously just using them to win elections.