October 29, 2020
Son-in-Law-in-Chief Jared Kushner has made it more than clear that Donald Trump’s takeover of the Republican Party is complete.
In a taped interview with famed journalist Bob Woodward, Kushner, 39, part of daddy’s Inner Circle, talked at length about how Trump’s campaign strategy in 2020 is to ignore the medical experts when it comes to COVID-19: https://www.cnn.com/2020/10/28/politics/woodward-kushner-coronavirus-doctors/index.html.
In Omaha, hundreds of Trump fans were left stranded in the cold after a Trump rally.
2016 Trump staffer Jessica Denson became rapidly disilluioned with Trump after January 20, 2017, but now she’s part of the Biden Campaign (https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2020/10/28/jessica-denson-former-trump-campaign-support-biden-sot-lead-vpx.cnn). Denson was part of Latino outreach for Trump in 2016.
Memories of Hanging Chads in Florida in 2000 — when 537 more people in the Sunshine State voted for Bush Two than for AlGore — have resurfaced. Has Florida figured out a better way to count votes?
To anser the Florida question, we turned to that redoubtable Washington DC-based associate solitary reporter, Chris Brownstein.
Brownstein, at six ten our tallest ASR, said, “SR, Florida’s Secretary of State in 2000 was Katharine Harris, and she was critical to Bush Two’s victory.
Florida’s Secretary of State, Laurel Lee, is, like Katharine Harris, a Republican and she’s won plaudits from Trump. So we sent our newly minted associate solitary reporter, Charlie Brownwood, to talk to Lee.
“As a Republican,” Lee began, “my duty is first to my Party, so I have dozens of perfect plans in place to make sure that Trump will carry Florida by 537 votes."