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Heartlanders cheered and jeered intermittently as one former president made the Top 40 while a twice-failed presidential candidate claimed that women are primary victims of climate change. If that wasn’t enough to start tongues wagging, a former First Lady admitted that Donald Trump is living rent-free in her head. Still.
American Top Forty
Former President Donald Trump made it to number one on the iTunes Music chart, outpacing Miley Cyrus and country music superstars Tim McGraw and Morgan Wallen. How, might one ask? His debut single: Justice For All, features the J-6 prison choir. As backup singers, the prisoners chant and sing the national anthem as number 45 recites the Pledge of Allegiance – powerful stuff for those now reviewing the Tucker Tape Parade on Fox News Channel and reevaluating the establishment media’s coverage of that day in 2021.
Kash Patel, the former president’s trusted advisor and counsel, explains, “The J6PC continues to make their voices heard through the power of music and sings ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ every evening before bed, inside Pod C2B of the DC Jail – a.k.a – the DC gulag.” It is perhaps a significant accomplishment for Trump: This is the first song ever released by a president.
Lebron Brown in Georgia piped up: “You go, Mr. Trump. You are still more popular with most of the voters than anyone in politics, especially the bogus pair in the White House. And if they don’t frame you out, you’ll be president again.”
On a side note, the money raised will not go into the campaign coffer: it’s earmarked for J-6 prisoner families in need.
She is Still Persisting — And Still Not President
Hillary Clinton will not go away. At a 30/50 Summit in Abu Dhabi, she complained that the fairer sex was the “primary victims” of “climate change.” On MSNBC, the former first lady further bemoaned that “women and children are the primary victims of conflict and of climate change and there is no place that unfortunately, tragically, shows us that more dramatically than Ukraine today.” The angst permeated the studio, where Mika Brzezinski hung on every word.
Clinton wound her way around to the pandemic, explaining to Mika, “Covid … had a disproportionate impact on women and girls around the world and a lot of consequences such as increases in domestic violence, increase in child marriage, increase in unemployment.”
Mark Alexander Tweeted, “Covid didn’t cause domestic abuse. Lockdowns did. Covid didn’t cause unemployment. Lockdowns did. Governors had a choice. They chose domestic violence and unemployment for the illusion of safety.”
In London, KY, E.G. Franks asked, “What are women? Can Hillary answer that question?” Anthony Peccerillo did a virtual head shake and commented, “The grift that keeps on giving.”
The Wailing Wife
Michelle Obama is in the news for starting a podcast, The Light – and for spending too much time explaining how devastated she felt when leaving the White House. “When those doors shut, I cried for 30 minutes straight, uncontrollable sobbing, because that’s how much we were holding it together for eight years,” Mrs. Obama said, describing her last luxury flight in Air Force One. But, of course, anyone in the People’s House for eight years has made close relationships with caretakers, staffers, chefs, and the like. The Obama girls basically came of age at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. That would induce powerful emotions.
The question is, why is Michelle still focusing on Donald Trump? Why not talk about getting the nation back on track after the pandemic, NCAA March Madness, or anything besides reliving Trump’s inauguration? When Obama tweeted the announcement of the podcast, she wrote, “I’ll be joined by some of my closest friends to talk about overcoming fear, building strong relationships, kindling the light within ourselves, and so much more.”
But Orange Man was the subject. More wailing about that fateful 2017 day as Michelle continued, “There were tears, there was that emotion. But then to sit on that stage and watch the opposite of what we represented on display.”
That seamless and peaceful transition of power in 2017 is burped up excessively these days under the guise of a lot of tears. But not everyone is falling for the former first lady’s schtick. In Louisiana, Bobbie Choate questioned the patriot in Obama, asking, “Why? The transfer of power is what makes the country work.” Hoosier Joe Tilton was also a skeptic: “That’s because she couldn’t jet around the world on an endless vacation on our backs and empty wallets.”
But the last word on this thread goes to Richard Brinck in Oklahoma: “The whole country was sobbing for the eight years she was in the White House.”
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