|"Evidently not..." |
-all 300 million of us
|Although I fail to see how British police|
could unnerve anyone in those adorable
hats. I'm mean, they're just precious.
the Mayor of London actually said. Which was:
"Londoners will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days-no reason to be alarmed. One of the things police and all of us need to do is to make sure we're as safe as we can possibly be."
-London Mayor Sadiq Khan doing
his job thank you very much
|Yes, worse than Buchanan and he kinda|
let the Civil War happen. So, low bar...
Khan of course, not wanting to engage, let his spokesperson handle Trump's accusations by pointing out the thing Khan actually said. But Trump, unwilling to admit that maybe he jumped to the wrong conclusion shot back with:
|Hey, fun fact: in the 2016 London Mayoral election, |
Sadiq Khan won the popular vote. Like, by a lot.
|Frankness, racism, xenophobia,|
misogyny...it's a rich tapestry.
I mean, I don't want to tell the President how to do his job (ok, yes I do) but are the hours and days after a horrendous terrorist attack really the best time to chime in with cajoling and arm chair mayor-ing? Especially when the criticism is about an idiotic mis-interpretation of what Khan actually said? I mean, people have been killed and injured and he's using it as an opportunity to score political points and sell his racist-ass Muslim travel ban. What a preposterous goon this guy is...
|And look at this staff. Is there not one of them|
with the wherewithal to take his tweeter away?