Daily Observer (Jamaica)

Trump’s web

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At­tor­ney Gen­eral Jeff Ses­sions, one of his staunch sup­port­ers. Then you have him in­sult­ing sports ath­letes be­cause they protested against racial in­jus­tice and po­lice bru­tal­ity against mi­nori­ties; so much so that cham­pi­onship sports teams re­fused to ac­cept his in­vi­ta­tion to meet with him in the White House.

It is no ac­ci­dent that many prom­i­nent Repub­li­cans are com­ing out in sup­port of for­mer Vice-pres­i­dent Joe Bi­den. This im­peached pres­i­dent should eas­ily lose the elec­tion by a land­slide. His Repub­li­can party has lost touch with the Amer­i­can peo­ple. That is why they lost the house in 2018 and are pre­dicted to lose the Se­nate in Novem­ber. They made sev­eral at­tempts to re­peal the Af­ford­able Health Care Act with­out a re­place­ment. They have spe­cialised in ger­ry­man­der­ing and voter sup­pres­sion.

And, now, there is much hypocrisy for the way Trump wants to fill the cur­rent Supreme Court va­cancy, when in 2016 his party didn’t even give Pres­i­dent Barack

Obama’s nom­i­nee a hear­ing. When the Repub­li­cans de­cide to ob­struct a demo­crat­i­cally elected pres­i­dent in ev­ery step of the way it is not lead­er­ship, but par­ti­san­ship.

Back in Fe­bru­ary he was told about the dan­ger­ous coro­n­avirus pan­demic, yet he was call­ing it a hoax. Now, what?

There­fore, the guy from Ocho Rios who writes a lot of non­sense and thinks he’s a con­ser­va­tive Repub­li­can should stick to Ja­maican tribal pol­i­tics, be­cause ob­vi­ously he knows noth­ing about Amer­i­can pol­i­tics.

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