Did two women argue over Nebraska and then King Solomon cut it in two or something? Because that is the impression you’ll get if you watch this ten second clip of Donald Trump speaking in Omaha.
Can someone please tell Donald Trump that there's only one NEBRASKA? pic.twitter.com/RLfuvdnju0
— 👻 🎃 Kyle Morse 🎃 👻 (@Kyle_A_Morse) October 28, 2020
Now, class, does Trump think he’s in:
- One of the Carolinas?
- One of the Dakotas?
- Middle Earth?
- He’s too stupid to be able to express the fact that Nebraska splits it’s electoral votes, like Maine does.
Most probably he’s referring to to the fact that Nebraska splits its electoral votes among its congressional districts — although there are three of them, not two. Well, Trump’s sorta got it right. As right as he gets anything.
Two thoughts come to mind: If Ben Sasse thought Nebraskans were wild about Donald, I wonder if he would have been the first one out on the ice, defecting from MAGA world; and two, Joe Biden has his eyes on Nebraska as part of his easiest path to victory. If you recall, a Biden advisor said recently, “My gut tells me the true path of least resistance is Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, NE-2. Don’t need Pennsylvania, Ohio or Florida.”
Put the kettle on and get out the tea leaves. This is what we’re going to be doing for seven more days — six and a half at this point.