We may have just seen Donald Trump’s concession speech. There must be gnashing of teeth, wailing and rending of garments in the Trump campaign right now, because he just did something phenomenal and unheard of in politics. He actually came out and said his opponent Joe Biden was going to be the next president. 131 days before the election. This shatters every law of campaigning of which I am aware.

“He’s gonna win because some people don’t love me, maybe, and all I’m doing is doing my job. And before this Chyna virus came in and it is a Chyna virus, we had the best numbers…” you know the rest of the pitch. We can all recite it from heart. What he fails to acknowledge is that when he got notice of the virus, in November, if he had immediately implemented top echelon testing and tracking plans, and quarantine and social distancing and masks, we would be like New Zealand and be through the coronavirus already. As it is, we’re about to experience it’s full brunt. And that’s Trump’s responsibility, which he simply cannot cop to, probably not even to himself. If Hamlet’s fatal flaw was indecision, Trump’s is inability to take responsibility — and he’s the standard bearer for the Party of Personal Responsibility, don’t forget.

And then it got even nuttier — if you can imagine. Trump said he “had to be the most perfect person” and Hannity was savvy enough to cut to commercial.

Check out the look on Hannity’s face as he goes to break. His expression is that of one humoring either a drunken lunatic or an elderly relative whose next move cannot be predicted and everyone is hoping Great Gramps doesn’t hurt himself. Hannity wanted to stop the talk about Trump’s perfection because he didn’t know where it was going or how nuts it could get. Was Trump going to go into religious grandiosity or what? Bear in mind, Hannity will still have a job after November. The job description may alter or the day to day business, but he’ll still be working. Trump is the one going into the hands of the feds.

Hannity tried to rescue the show with a softball question to Trump about his priorities for a second term — and Trump couldn’t answer. He couldn’t name a single thing. Because he has no priorities for a second term. He never had any priorities for a first.

But this is damaging. While Parscale and company are tearing their hair out and cursing, and Mitch McConnell is being revived from a dead faint, the folks at the Lincoln Project are probably alternating between laughing and shaking their heads, because what has happened since Tulsa is that Trump has become pathetic. There’s no other word for it. Maybe he’s choosing to limp out of the election, rather than attempt to double down, which is what Tulsa was about. His modus operandi in Tulsa was 1. Convince everybody the coronavirus aka Kung flu is gone and 2. The economy is coming roaring back at supersonic speed. You saw how that went over. People stayed away either from fear of the virus or because the polls are right and nobody cares anymore — or both. And so this is Trump less than a week later, a whipped dog. If the worst thing he can say about Joe Biden is a cheap shot at Biden’s speech impediment, over which he has no control, then maybe the election is over.

I have speculated what Trump’s concession speech would be like and we may have just seen it. This is the peace that Trump has made with himself, that he had done everything perfectly and then the Evil Chinese unleashed this virus and then it all went to hell for him. But it’s not his fault.

His strongman, tough guy, alpha male facade is shattered. Maybe they should have a serious talk in Republican National Headquarters and just see about Trump withdrawing? Because this is a disgrace. The Republican party is disgraced. Trump has truly dropped the ball like no candidate in history.

We’re used to lower and lower bottoms being reached in Trump world, but my imagination is taxed to try to figure out what could be lower than this. This is off the rails. And Hannity knows it. It would truly be merciful if the leadership in the GOP would just invoke the 25th Amendment because Donald Trump is seriously a sick man, who cannot navigate the normal crises of adulthood and certainly should not be the president of the United States for another minute. It’s merciful for everybody. The disappointment in Tulsa has caused Trump’s mask to shatter and the person underneath is a weak confused child, who no longer can even make the pretense of properly aspiring to the office he holds. The first time the pretense was all bluster emanating from his Apprentice character. That character doesn’t exist. The man we are now seeing is who he really is when he’s not being a rage-aholic. Something needs to be done.

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54 Comments on "Trump Announces Joe Biden ‘Is Gonna Be Your Next President Cause People Don’t Love Me.’ Did the Campaign Just End in Wisconsin?"

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Tin woman1
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I accept his resignation/

Meg Corrigan
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Scott Jackson
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Sniff…sniff…waaaaaah. baby needs his diaper changed, & I don’t think melania cares unless he can pony up more cash.

Rita
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Melania doesn’t give a crap about him , she saw an opportunity to get her parents over here, and to grab all the money she could, and by having a child with him, set her up for life. , she is a good mother and loves their child. I don’t dislike her. But, I bet as soon as they leave the White House … I think she will divorce him.

Lone Wolf
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She will have more than enough courtesy of the US taxpayer, thank you very much.

Meg Corrigan
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Lone Wolf, UGH!

Lil Blue Sock
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Always the FN victim with this guy….the same goes for his sniveling redneck base.

Concinnity
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‘we would be like New Zealand and be through the coronavirus already.’

And allowing for the US’ greater population and extrapolating from NZ’s death toll, we would have had a death toll of 1450.And there would now be NO coronavirus transmission running rampant.

Instead of… what is the death toll now?

Scott Jackson
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Speaking of death toll…charles Manson not directly tied to 9 murders, life in prison. Trump DIRECTLY tied to a death toll higher than all the wars since Korea in a few months, treated like a goddamn king paid by us…man, Charlie got a raw deal. How is it America stands 4this?

Denis Elliott
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Although it wasn’t all that great a movie (movies seldom are as good as good books they’re based on) Flight of the Intruder (set during the latter part of Vietnam) had some memorable lines. One of them was when the squadron C.O. was giving an ass chewing and said “And as for you, YOU can lead the Manson family now that Charlie’s in jail!” Trump reached adulthood during the time of the Tate/LaBianca murders and even if he never read it was probably familiar with the book Helter Skelter. The term refers to Manson’s dream of inciting black people to… Read more »
turber9
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As I read, I was thinking “how low can he go?” and you addressed that perfectly in the last paragraph. China Plague, really?

Darrel
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His performance has always been predictable, as bad as that was … his persona has been boringly nasty vindictive and loud … screamingly at the bully pulpit of hate and division because he has NOTHING to offer, he is perfect and a genius, mask less, idiot, that can’t bust out of that dripping wet paper bag … The strength of the Lincoln team and others comes from quick responses with in-arguable truth through videos, perfectly presented like technical writers would … synced with appropriate editing/sound/timing … they probably have some young, very talented producers, that can get rolling on these… Read more »
Rita
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He is just pitiful ….embarrassing really.

martin
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I just happened to wonder, do you suppose setting himself to be 25’ed(if enough cabinet members are available?!?!), then bypass law enforcement by claiming an insanity plea? I would hate to see him get out of it, but I really don’t see any other way to escape all Federal and State charges. But at least he would be gone, and unable to do any more damage! (Hopefully!!!)

Bareshark
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DON’T give him that kind of credit. Whatever schemes he’s got in his head are all but guaranteed to fail. And that Cabinet may well know how they’re next on the chopping block if they let him get away.

martin
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***suppose HE’S setting himself up to be*** I hate when it won’t allow editing!

Bareshark
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One thing you can always count on from Trump’s broken brain: it eventually makes him tell the truth. The problem for the GOP: at this point, it’s too late to dump the Kung Fool. They drop him now, they may as well concede the election to Joe and all the downballot races that Trump plays a part. Checkmate, Greedy Old Plutocrats.

Daithi
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Theme music for next rally:
Oh Lord, it’s so hard to be humble……..

michaelscott
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I would put money on him resigning if he thinks he could suffer an embarrassing loss. Kind of like declaring bankruptcy. Cut and run is his go-to move.

Bareshark
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He best have a friendly country minus an extradition treaty to flee to then, Michael. Remember that another part of the trap is how multiple parties are waiting in the weeds AND wings to tear him apart when he leaves.

Gus K.
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Careful folks. This guy is always the wolf in sheep’s clothing. He maybe perceived as an “idiot” but his survival instincts are razor sharp! IMHO… He’s is playing the pity card, trying to get his base to goad him on – energize them. He’s also, by saying “Beiden is you next president…” basically inviting people to start questioning Beiden about his plans to get us out of this muck i.e. (if Beiden is so good let’s hear what he’s got) pull him out of the basement to force him to stop playing “rope a dope.” This may get the”stable genius”… Read more »
Bareshark
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PLEASE…with a mounting casualty count from COVID 19, a buckling economy that Trump pushed to open too soon, an inner circle of grifters and sycophants less competent than he is and the accidental activation of a new civil rights moment that hit at the worst possible time, there are no winning moves left. I keep saying how overconfidence is anything but the problem this year and yet people seem to disbelieve me.

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