This was too obvious to pass up and so the Lincoln Project didn’t. They ran with it all the way and it is a scream. Take a moment and enjoy.
Don’t cry for my White House staffer. pic.twitter.com/AvF1pZleOE
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) October 7, 2020
We’re in the last 27 days of the most bizarre campaign in history and if the past several have been any indication, Lincoln Project is going to keep pounding away relentlessly at both Donald Trump and the egregious Republican down ballot. Their genius is that they take Trump’s own words and images and turn them against him — and they’ve done that to great effect with Lindsey Graham and Susan Collins as well. Trump is on the ropes. Each new poll that comes out only widens Joe Biden’s lead.
Trump is both mentally and physically sick now. He’s always been a characterological mess, but add to that the terror of defeat and public embarrassment and his psychological collapse is virtually assured. The steroids aren’t helping either. In three or four days he should be crashing from the dexamethasone and that will be an epic mess.
The Lincoln Project has recorded all of these developments in a series of mini documentaries and brilliant political advertising. It’s worth a jaunt over to You Tube to check out their page. And go to their Twitter feed, because a lot of great ads appear only there.
Trumo isn’t the only one going down in flames either. As stated, Lindsey Graham and Susan Collins may be breathing their last political breaths. Cory Gardner had an epic screw up the other day when he posted a Spanish language debate, which posited that the Democrats were responsible for stimulus talks being cancelled — and then the same night it aired, Trump went on Twitter and cancelled the talks. So Gardner looked like both a liar and a fool.
Look for all the idiocy to be exposed, and in double time, now that we’re getting down to the last three weeks of the election. As we speak, two things are happening: Trump is panic tweeting and the Lincoln Project is taking it all down.