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Happy Monday everyone. So, like anyone who has purchased Brian Kilmeade’s books, I can understand the buyer’s remorse. And these days, no one understands that better than the average Democrat. As Joe Biden continues his global tour of turmoil, more voters are putting “Dump Trump” stickers on their Priuses. The latest polls show Donald Trump leading Joe Biden in five of the six battleground states that Trump lost in 2020. I haven’t seen so many people regret a decision since CNN donated $9 million to Chris Wallace. Apparently, many Democrats are beginning to realize, in a way none of us expected, that things are much better and safer under Donald Trump than they were under Joe Biden. Do you remember those days? When my car wasn’t stolen and my son wasn’t pregnant? Sure, just like watching “The View” talk about weight loss, what we’re told and what we saw with our own eyes The discrepancy with the evidence can no longer be ignored. And now even liberal thought leaders are starting to sound as coherent as the voices in Kamala’s head after three hours of vaping window cleaners. Recently on the podcast Triggernometry, Sam Harris, a philosopher who specializes in being wrong and holy at the same time, said of Trump:
Sam Harris: For every moment we spend dealing with the divisiveness of Trumpism and the backlash from the left, it’s simply a huge opportunity cost given all the things we haven’t accomplished and won’t be able to accomplish. It means that it is only . So, no, I don’t think it’s…anything good. Even if you can find local examples where Trump was right about something and Democrats were wrong, Trump is absolutely right about the southern border.
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oh. So it’s like opening an igloo cooler with your Tinder date’s head inside. Let’s unpack it. Harris says Israel was attacked because America took its eye off the ball. Trump was such a terrible person that half the country couldn’t accept his ideas. It’s the intellectual equivalent of putting your hand over his ear and activating the siren. Now, of course, this ignores the fact that there was another half of the country who could hear President Trump without covering their ears. But we know there’s not half as much for a guy like Harris. They’re the ones who drive as Ubers and bring you the coffee you order. You know, like Jimmy Failla did for me. And it also shows how crazy Trump Derangement Syndrome was. Harris’s point is that while the world has certainly become safer under the Trump administration, she would rather see World War III than send out mean tweets. At least this alleviates my personal concerns. Harris also acknowledged that one of the left’s favorite unsubstantiated accusations against Trump, his alleged racism, was used to discredit even ideas they agreed with.
Harris: There is simply no way to defend having an indefensible border. We need to know who is coming to the country. Let’s build a wall. I mean, if a wall is the best way to secure our border, then we should build that wall, right? So Trump is right about that. But he’s such a terrible person, and his influence on our politics, so toxic that half of our society has to treat that perfectly decent project as a form of racism. I can’t even do it. A big golem of playing cards.
Now, only intellectuals can sound this stupid. We need a wall, we know that, but let’s call Trump a racist so he doesn’t get it. He says he was wrong because he’s biased, but that’s a good thing. congratulations. You have been granted tenure. Meanwhile, the rest of us knew Trump was not a racist. I mean, how can someone who hates people of color spend $400,000 a year on bronzing cream? Listening to Harris talk is like asking a police officer who he voted for before pulling him out of a burning car. This is the point. Even after voting Trump out of office, liberals remain obsessed with him. The panic didn’t stop. If I were a therapist, this is how I would treat Democrats. Show me where Trump hurt you with this doll. They all pointed to their heads.
Talk about lost opportunity costs. Neither the Biden administration nor the legacy media nor our great philosophers can make you quit, Donald. So it’s not Trump, it’s their mentality. So, to me, even if you like Trump’s policies but don’t want him to be around all the time, you should vote for him anyway. Because whether he wins or loses, the attachment is always there. In other words, the choice is between Trump obsession and Biden politics, or Trump obsession and Trump policies. Look, just like with Joe Biden, it’s a no-brainer. In fact, it’s Biden who keeps squinting at the ball. Unfortunately, the ball has no blonde hair and no baby shampoo scent. It will get his attention. But do you think the Hamas attack would have happened if we weren’t focused 24/7 on the Ukrainian border?
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What if we weren’t so obsessed with the White House’s embrace of identity politics? What if we weren’t so afraid of rampant crime in our cities? What if you had to worry about something? Instead, we got all of that, plus Trump’s delirium, but without Trump’s policies. So without a hard line on Islamic extremism, relations with Israel, and an iron fist on immigration, we are left with whining and paranoia. Look, if we have to listen to all this infuriating stuff, can we at least feel safe while doing it?
Now, it’s good that Sam Harris tried to call out the quiet parts of the left, but he still says what Democrats are doing is completely disingenuous and has made this country significantly less safe. The fact remains that it is recognized. No one is afraid of us anymore. Our president has become a punchline in our country. Sandbag. If the world was Jada Pinkett, we’d be Will Smith. But as wars break out everywhere, voters wake up and suddenly start missing the president, even though his horribly mean behavior has actually kept the world in order. But something else strange is happening.
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Even after Trump is out of power, fear of him gaining power is already changing behavior. Democrats understand they can’t fight two wars. We cannot leave violent felons alone. They cannot afford to collapse our borders. The only thing that makes Democrats act like adults seems to be the fear of losing to that childish Trump. In a way, they’re like someone who traded in their big muscle car for a small electric Mini Cooper. But suddenly the guy lost all his muscle, power and V8 engine roar. Sure, he was loud and annoying at times, and yes, it was orange. But did you know? Stay out of the way of all other cars on the road. And now perhaps it’s time for Biden to do the same.
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