Friday Short Cuts — The Patriot Post

Will Donald Trump Win the 2020 Election?


For the record: “Republicans didn’t want Merrick Garland confirmed, so they just didn’t vote. Democrats don’t want Brett Kavanaugh confirmed, so they accuse him of serial gang rape. And that is the difference between Republicans and Democrats.” —Matt Walsh

Fact check: true: “If we brought George Washington here … the Democrats would vote against him.” —Donald Trump

Irony: “Up next: Democrats will accuse Brett Kavanaugh of drinking so heavily he drove off a bridge with a young woman in the front seat, fled the scene — leaving her to drown, then later finding out she suffocated to death instead.” —Katie Pavlich

Flashback: “People have to understand, it’s policy. Teddy Kennedy. Remember Chappaquiddick? … I mean, a girl drowns and he abandons her and she drowned and women still voted for Teddy Kennedy. Why? Because he voted for women’s rights. That’s why. That’s the bottom line of it in my opinion. I mean, I don’t like either one of them, to tell you the truth, Teddy or Bill [Clinton]. They’re both dogs as far as I’m concerned. But I still will vote for Bill Clinton because he votes in my favor.” —”The View’s” Joy Behar, January 2016

Non Compos Mentis: “Why Haven’t Republicans Abandoned Brett Kavanaugh?” —The New Yorker (“I’ll get back to you on this after I’ve consulted with my attorney for 6 days.” —James Taranto)

Braying Jackass I: “It’s not that we just don’t value our black and brown kids — we don’t value any of our kids enough and, in fact, we value our guns more than we value our children.” —Obama Education Secretary Arne Duncan

Braying Jackass II: “It’s by design that they’re not committed to having the best-educated citizenry in the world, and that’s a scary thing. We need to have a civically engaged democracy and the only way I know how to do that is to have well-educated citizens. And I don’t think it’s in President Trump’s best interest to have a well-educated citizenry.” —Arne Duncan

Braying Jackass III: “I know about that incident [in which a document on Trump’s desk was allegedly confiscated] and that was wholly appropriate for Gary Cohn, who was a wonderful public servant and a great colleague, to do.” —H.R. McMaster

And last… “Principled opposition rooted in facts and logic are all well and good, but emotion-driven tantrums belong in a romper room, not in any Senate hearing room. You want to be role models for girls and women, take a course in civil discourse, and as I always recommend, learn to argue with your lady smarts, not your lady parts.” —Michelle Malkin

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