Mark Meadows is no Nostradamus

Making America Dumb Again

You don’t have to be Nostradamus to know that TFG’s Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows is no Nostradamus:

Mark Meadows reportedly predicted ‘nobody is going to care’ about George Floyd’s killing

Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reportedly initially dismissed the idea that George Floyd’s killing would dominate the news and generate nationwide outrage in May 2020, instead thinking “nobody” would care.

I think this demonstrates to us the power of citizen journalists and especially videographers. Meadows wasn’t being cynical (well, no more cynical than usual), he didn’t understand that this killing murder was different because everyone got to watch it.

“I’m just going to stop you,” Kushner reportedly said. “There is going to be one story that dominates absolutely everything for the foreseeable future. I’m already hearing from African American leaders about the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.”

If Fratsputin could see this was different, then why couldn’t Meadows?

Former President Donald Trump watched the video of Floyd’s killing the following day, according to the book, and he reportedly “looked repulsed” and turned away before it was finished, telling aides “this is f—ing terrible” and commenting that “these f—ing cops” can “get out of control sometimes.”

If noted white supremacist Hair Füror was repulsed, well, shouldn’t Meadows have realized that the Floyd murder was different?

No, Meadows couldn’t see it was different because he didn’t care. 

I don’t know if Meadows is a racist, but I do know Meadow’s actions and his interests since leaving the 4th Reich absolutely are racist

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3 Responses to Mark Meadows is no Nostradamus

  1. Bruce388 says:

    When a video is too disgusting for FrontButt, you KNOW it’s bad.

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  2. IMRowpog says:

    What should we expect from a partisan ‘toon whose highest level of educational attainment was an Associate Degree in History (, the acquisition of which required what? A book report on “The Blue and the Grey”?) He probably doesn’t even know how often the word “democracy” appears in the Constitution.


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