If you follow the public service announcements from Donald Trump, Jr. these days, you are well aware of the fact that they are not the most coherent and structured broadcasts, to say the least. This latest one has unraveled even farther and is barely coherent, but if you listen carefully there is some self-revelation contained herein, presumably unintended.
What’s that you say? Is that a dildo or a bong on the shelf? Quite possibly both. And if you look to the shelf underneath, it looks like there’s a blue pouch and a white bottle, which people in the Twitter thread are calling Junior’s “purse and pill bottle.” Who knows?
Here’s 1:47 of Trumpian logic. Just what you need after the Casper debacle, right?
Junior went on a wild rant about Uvalde tonight, saying the AR-15 isn’t the issue because he could’ve done the “exact same thing” with a bat, bomb or machete. He says gun owners are unfairly “stigmatatized,” and the real problem is that “crazy teachers” are indoctrinating kids. pic.twitter.com/2Rmme3510A
— Ron Filipkowski ?? (@RonFilipkowski) May 29, 2022
Here is a gentleman who is a Marine veteran and he’s making sense. ***WARNING*** F-bombs away. Be careful of listening to this where it can be overheard.
— LifeIndiscreet (@LifeIndiscreet) May 28, 2022
This here is Texas Bob. *****WARNING, LANGUAGE****
They said….."EVIL would come wrapped in a flag and carrying a Bible "
Wow. Texas Paul just said what needed to be said. (warning: language) pic.twitter.com/X6xXYMor4D
— Truth Seeker ?️♂️ (@WSSMomma) May 29, 2022
No one has ever said the shooter was "a great kid"? What happened in Uvadale couldn't have happened with a BAT. The rant about missing fathers was quite the tell. His dad and he himself left his family. Dumarse, coke head.
— Nell (@Nell7619) May 29, 2022
A lot of sad truths here.
I think Uvalde may be the turning point for a lot of reasons, as I’ve said. I think the tide of public opinion is shifting. Logic has not prevailed and logic won’t prevail now. But if enough people are sick and tired of being sick and tired, the crazies may finally be outnumbered. Again, I quote Lincoln:
“Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail. Without it, nothing can succeed.”
I could be wrong, but I think public sentiment is changing.