3 Days Late

As we all know, Ricky John Best and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche were murdered and Micah Fletcher was injured after they confronted Trump supporter and white supremacist Jeremy Joseph Christian, who was harassing a pair of teenage girls, one of whom was wearing a hijab.

The silence from Trump was deafening, though he managed to spout off congrats to reporter-strangling Gianforte’s win in Montana and four nonsense tweets about fake news, and one self-congratulatory tweet about his AnywhereBut Home Tour, he couldn’t find words to express anything about the Portland attack.

But FINALLY today, Trump took time out from his busy day of doing nothing to twat off on the Twitters:

What a mensch. He still doesn’t say the victims’ names, or say the word terror.

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10 Responses to 3 Days Late

  1. Steve-O says:

    And it wasn’t even Trump’s account- it was the POTUS account, sent four minutes before his appearance at Arlington, so probably not him.


  2. Bruce388 says:

    While cruising on FB I ran across a GoFundMe page to help pay Mr. Fletcher’s medical bills. After chipping in I noticed comments about how a hero needs a GoFundMe page for his bills.

    No, not screwed up at all. At least the current amount exceeds the goal.


  3. Ten Bears says:

    Most folks that live elsewhere in Oregon tend to view Portland as a crazy step-sister that is otherwise generally harmless. That said, most folks in Oregon would rather this incident wasn’t remembered as a couple fatalities in the execution of a hate crime but the moment when a couple of your average everyday guys who stood up and said “hey! motherfucker, what’s your problem.”


  4. We need an Alt-President!


  5. paul fredine says:

    and still refuses to say ‘radical white terrorism’. sad.
    now, somewhat related, what’s with all the cheering at the arlington address? was this another stop on his ‘fuck the fake news i won tour’? took time to watch obama’s 2016 speech and while there was a little cheering to begin with the responses were limited to what might be called respectful extended applause. one other significant difference that should be noted, families of the fallen were not presented like props to up the applause quotient, especially bob dole who, if i remember correctly, was all but ignored by trump at the inauguration. should he still be around next year somebody should really pull donny aside to remind him memorial day isn’t all about him. all the cheering isn’t quite appropriate and what should be remembered first and foremost is the sacrifices made throughout the years and not who registered highest on the applause response meter.
    then again, next memorial day we just may be remembering the brief tenure of the tiny-fingered tweetmaster-in-chief for which we all had to sacrifice the dignity and reputation of america. perhaps at that time the cheering may well be appropriate.
    but, then there’s pence…..don’t start the partying too soon.

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