Guess the Cognitive Test Got Our Stable Jenius To Think (hahaha)

Hi-energy Stable Jenius

Prznint Stupid is cancelling back the GOP Convention in Jacksonville Floriduh after all!

Axios Alert:

President Trump says he’s canceled the Republican National Convention in Jacksonville, Florida, citing health concerns over the coronavirus and a need to protect the public.

What he’s saying: Trump made the announcement from the White House briefing room, saying he would still give a speech accepting the nomination “in a different form,” and that delegates still would convene in Charlotte, N.C., earlier that week as planned for party business. Trump claims he told his team “the timing for this event is not right, it’s just not right,” adding, “I have to protect the American people.”

That’s laughable.

Our thought bubble via Axios’ Jonathan Swan: In the wake of the Tulsa rally debacle, where many of Trump’s elderly supporters stayed away for fear of COVID-19, Trump’s aides have been urging him to publicly address their concerns.

  • This has resulted in Trump belatedly encouraging the use of masks and now him pulling a stunning about-face and canceling a convention he ordered for the sole purpose of having a massive crowd without burdensome virus-related restrictions.

Think of all the effort and money he spent on his stupid 2-minute Hate Rally in Floriduh.

Between the lines: Trump forced the Republican National Committee to scramble to make Jacksonville work.

  • This required an extraordinary logistical effort, site visits, pressure on vendors and significant expense.
  • Today, Trump pulled the rug out from under the RNC after asking them to pull off a near-impossible task — arranging the year’s biggest political event in a matter of weeks.

Behind the scenes: In Oval Office meetings discussing the convention over the past few weeks, aides warned Trump they couldn’t avoid three days of unrelentingly brutal media coverage if he went ahead with the Jacksonville convention.

  • An adviser who was in these meetings told Jonathan Swan that several aides made the point that the dominant story would have been the potential for Jacksonville to be a super-spreader event and they would find it hard, if not impossible, to break through the discussion of the coronavirus implications.
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11 Responses to Guess the Cognitive Test Got Our Stable Jenius To Think (hahaha)

  1. donnah says:

    Well, it’s safe enough to send children back to school, but not safe enough for the Convention. Go figure.

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    • MDavis says:

      Our state is looking at August for schools and “hybrid” classes, which I think is having half the kids in at a time (or fewer?) with one day a week left over, so the kids can check in on their school supplied Chromebooks. End of last school session I heard some moms talking about making their kids get on their Chromes, which is how I learned the schools had been supplying them to get them the heck out of classrooms.


  2. “Think of all the effort and money he other people spent…”
    Now consider how much of that money went right into LDN’s pocket.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Let them hemorrhage money on stupid shit, they have more than enough of it.

    Liked by 4 people

  4. roket says:

    I guess Moscow isn’t and option???

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Ten Bears says:

    Damn! Given that sea levels just aren’t rising fast enough, I was hoping for a superspreader event to hasten Floriduh’s demise.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. osirisopto says:

    Someone convinced him that making thousands of RWNJ’s sick a few weeks before the election was a bad idea?

    Next thing you know he’ll stop shitting his bed.

    Liked by 1 person

  7. sos says:

    More Keystone Kops or Benny Hill? YOU be the judge.


  8. Weird Dave says:

    Hey boss, please don’t use that picture anymore…

    Liked by 1 person

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