As we all know, Lord Damp Nut is a man who knows how to hold a grudge, whether it is the Kenyan Usurper, Hillary, Willard, Democrats, China, the Deep State, wind mills, the late Sen. John McCain, and of course the FAKE NEWS! I’m sure I’ve left a few victims out, but you know, no one is perfect except for the self-proclaimed Chosen One, our Very Stable Jenius.
Anyway, our Spidy Senses are tingling because we think he’s found yet another foe to vanquish in his life work of victimizing everyone who doesn’t kiss his big orange butt: Governors. There’s Gavin Newsom (who won’t rake the forests as instructed), Inslee The Snake, Andrew Cuomo, and the latest upstart: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
President Donald Trump disparaged Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer during a Thursday interview on Fox News after she criticized the federal government’s lack of preparedness and sluggish response to the coronavirus pandemic.
“She is a new governor, and it’s not been pleasant,” Trump told Sean Hannity.
“We’ve had a big problem with the young — a woman governor. You know who I’m talking about — from Michigan. We don’t like to see the complaints.”
“We don’t like to see the complaints”? He really said it out loud on Cable News. Also: he won’t say her name. That’s mighty chivalrous of you, Lord Damp Nut.
So Whitmor did what she could: she replied to him on Twitter where she knew he would see it:
Hi, my name is Gretchen Whitmer, and that governor is me 👋
I’ve asked repeatedly and respectfully for help. We need it. No more political attacks, just PPEs, ventilators, N95 masks, test kits. You said you stand with Michigan — prove it. https://t.co/FtWlTLZdqW
— Governor Gretchen Whitmer (@GovWhitmer) March 27, 2020
Doesn’t she know that many say that Lord Damp Nut has deserved a perfect 10 for his handling of the China Virus?
His remarks came as Whitmer on Thursday asked for a major disaster declaration from the federal government.
At least 10 states have received major disaster declarations from the Trump administration with the latest being New Jersey, Maryland, Missouri and Illinois on Thursday.
Trump told Hannity he was still weighing Michigan’s disaster request before attacking Whitmer, a Democrat, without using her name, saying “she’s not stepping up.”
“I don’t know if she knows what’s going on, but all she does is sit there and blame the federal government,” Trump said.
“She doesn’t get it done, and we send her a lot. Now, she wants a declaration of emergency, and, you know, we’ll have to make a decision on that. But Michigan is a very important state. I love the people of Michigan.”
Of course, he doesn’t say it, but you know, the governor is a Skirt, and well, that won’t do. Silly Michigan.
And then things turned ominous:
After President Donald Trump issued scathing comments about Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, saying she’s “not stepping up,” and “doesn’t know what’s going on,” she told WWJ 950 the state is having trouble getting the equipment they need to fight the novel coronavirus.
“What I’ve gotten back is that vendors with whom we’ve procured contracts — They’re being told not to send stuff to Michigan,” Whitmer said live on air. “It’s really concerning, I reached out to the White House last night and asked for a phone call with the president, ironically at the time this stuff was going on.”
So you see, Cadet Bone Spurs is declaring war on Michigan and on doctors/nurses/hospitals/patients and you gotta wonder if this is what a leader does in a crisis.
She added she has a good working relationship with Vice President Mike Pence, and she’s grateful for that and eager to work with the president.
“We have to be all hands on deck here, and personal attacks are never something I have engaged in. I need help from the federal government, we all do.”
The president seemingly has not returned the call she made to the White House last night.
I wouldn’t stay up late, Governor. That phone call ain’t coming. It’s not the way Lord Damp Nut rolls.
UPDATE 1: Just in case you didn’t think Lord Damp Nut could be more petty, well, here you go:
The President says he has told the leader of the federal government's coronavirus response not to call the governors of Michigan and Washington state, two of the biggest hotspots in the country, because they are "not appreciative."
— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) March 27, 2020