You have undoubtedly seen a picture or two of the Daytona 500 which the Trump campaign turned — re-purposed — into a campaign rally.
You may have noticed that your Big Red Car has been steering clear of politics recently. No reason, but I have.
Today, I saw something so wacky that I started laughing. Laughter led to bemusement and who do I share my bemusement with? That would be you, dear reader.
So, the Trump campaign — Trump2020 — announces it is holding a campaign rally in Minneapolis in the same Congressional District as Congresswoman Ilhan Omar.
Congresswoman Omar, the Assistant Squad Leader for The Squad, has been an ardent critic of President Trump, so somebody with a sense of humor over at Trump2020 said, “Hey, let’s go hold a Trump2020 rally in Congresswoman Omar’s District, say what?”
Today is, of course, Big Red Car politics cage match day. Today, we contrast and compare Mayor Pete v Beto. They are two characters, these two.
By way of introduction, here is Mayor Pete and his husband, Chasten.
Here is Beto in his “thoughtful” pose. What is going on in there?
Of late, I am convinced that there are multiple parallel worlds in which we and others exist. These worlds being “parallel” never intersect. When they do, the laws of physics create sparks, sparks create fire, and the fire burns bright until it is extinguished by reality. In the end, reality trumps all.
Case in point is the relentless pursuit of President Donald J Trump by the Jabba the Hutt figure, Congressman Jerry Lewis Nadler, Chairman House Judiciary Committee.
Jerry, 71, has been a Congressman since 1992, that’s 27 years. Before that he was in the NY Assembly for 15 years. All told, he has been a politician for 42 years.
[Historical quirk — Jerry was elected Stuyvesant High School 1964-65 student government president wherein his campaign was managed by Dick Morris. Yes, that Dick Morris.]
Jerry sees himself as a tranformational figure in both life and politics. Here he is after his own substantial transformation. Bravo!