Let’s play Jeopardy.
“Contempt” for a thousand.
What does Paul Alexander have for Steve Bannon and what will that disgusting neo-Nazi faux tough guy be convicted of very shortly?
And, no, Stevie Blunder, you can’t disdainfully ignore a subpoena for months and then change your mind at the 11th hour and volunteer to testify (but only on your terms) when confronted with prosecution. Otherwise, that’s all anybody charged with wrongdoing would ever do.
And then there’s Ted Cruz, pandering on about same-sex marriage. Gee, that’s so vitally important. Face palm. Maybe he can speed-date Clarence Thomas.
Did anyone or any organization do ANYTHING right during those 77 minutes of hell in Uvalde? “We failed our children.” Sadly, that almost seems to be becoming our new national motto.
And while we’re discussing large numbers of minutes of abdication of duty, wait till we dial up “187 minutes” on Thursday night.
The Secret Service is sworn to protect the sitting president physically. Not politically. This stinks. And they can’t get their story straight.