Too funny -- CNN is covering the Trump rally in South Carolina: "As you can hear behind me, Wolf, the crowd is very fired up," Jim Acosta reports.
(They're chanting, "go home Jim!" -- as someone holds a sign that reads: "CNN SUCKS")
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People Are Stupid, Exhibit #1,000,006.
It's gonna be November 8, 2016 all over again and gobsmacked Democrats are not going to know what hit them.
I was going to add something not altogether complimentary about the beneficiaries of what's coming, but I try to adhere to Reagan's 11th Commandment -- especially during election years.
Don't think he won't do it. The former president was always more interested in being on television entertainment shows than in the Oval Office.
The problem is that the lefty entertainers think that Obama does everything well, when the opposite is true. They will love him, of course. It will more than likely be cringe-worthy in the same way that his frequent stammering speeches were. No matter to the lefties, they all hear a great orator behind all of his "uh...uh..." mush-mouth rambling.
Check out this nonsense:
The most popular iteration of "Black Jeopardy" aired in October of 2016 with guest-host Tom Hanks playing a Trump supporter contestant, complete with a "Make America Great Again" hat. The sketch, which came toward the end of the bitter presidential campaign to replace Obama, quickly went viral.
“Tom Hanks is incredible at taking any character and making him human. And at the time, there was a very large division in the country. So him playing a character that was so far on the other side of the aisle, it was super-bold,” Thompson said.