Can America afford to allow Trump to ‘finish what he started’?

Hugo Buchanan

Just finished watching Trump parade video in The Villages.

Last golf cart, man states, “We need four more years of Trump so’s he can finish what he started.”  And what did he start? Absolutely no foreign policy from his pea-sized brain. No new highway construction, nothing on infrastructure, nothing but confusion and chaos.

In his hopefully last year in office, we have witnessed presidential rage, calling NFL black protestors SOB’s for taking a knee, to murder of a black man via the knee of authority, to the murder of a Black man out jogging in the neighborhood, by fools of suspicion and hatred. Nothing from the lips of our great leader in response to these tragedies. Comes next a terrible virus from China that has no  qualms about suffocating any soul that dares not its potency. 

Wearing a mask, would be a foolish task, should the great one dare to do so, as it would diminish his height  tenfold. Let those who rise at his every wish, dare to  wear a mask at their own risk.

Juneteenth? What’s that?  OK, let’s go there.

“Maybe the Blacks will vote for me!”

“Tulsa here I come!” 

“Matters not that a sharp rise in virus infections has been reported there. Fox News shows Biden ahead of me in the polls. Gotta keep getting on fake news, any way I can.”

“McEnany doing a great job as press secretary, knows how to keep spreading all of my lies.”

Hugo Buchanan is a resident of Lady Lake.

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