AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
How did President Trump win in 2016?
How will he win again on Tuesday, November 3rd?
It's not rocket science. He whistle-stops. In 2016 aboard his private jet. In 2020, via Air Force One.
Whistle-stopping is as old as the hills. Historians trace it back to the campaign-by-train of William Henry Harrison in 1836. But my favorite whistle-stopper was a Democratic president whom I greatly admire, Harry S. Truman.
In 1948, Harry Truman, wife Bess and daughter Margaret traveled 31,000 miles and delivered 356 speeches from the caboose of their train, the Ferdinand Magellan.
As always, Hollywood director Frank Capra explained whistle-stopping best in his 1941 movie, Meet John Doe. In the movie, actor Gary Cooper (as John Doe) takes to the rails like Trump (by private jet!) to bring a message of hope to America. As Cooper travels from one rally to another, he ponders on why people come to see him speak?
When Hunter's Laptop from Hell burned up the headlines last week, chock full of images and videos of pedophilia including with a close family members (niece), all I could think was, "Pedophilia and maybe incest run rampant in this horrible family. Like father, like son????".
My next thought was, "Oh sh*t. What about Biden's daughter? Was she also a victim?".
I hoped I was wrong, but it seemed unrealistic to expect Ashley Biden to be spared in private the creepy, handsy inappropriate behavior Creepy Uncle Joe blatantly displays in public.
You were probably thinking the same.
And we wereright to worry.
Today, our hearts go out to Ashley Biden as her diary reveals she too experienced abuse and trauma growing up in the Biden home.
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