The Fascist Show: Night Two of the RNC

The Fascist Show: Night Two of the RNC

The figurative heart of (white) America, Wisconsin, burning on its third night of rebellion against racism served as an ironic backdrop to the Republican National Convention continuing on its second night of lies. 

It was a multiracial parade of lies, kind of like the Democrats, but one hundred times more horrible. This isn’t an endorsement of either party. I’m merely writing this stream of consciousness editorial about the fascist dressed lady called the US. 

Yes, they are all the same, yes, I understand. There is this thing called blogger. You should type on there and share it with your two friends.

There was a heart to heart talk with the Trump-appointed head of the National Economic Council, Larry Kudlow of Englewood, New Jersey (be proud New Jersey.) Kudlow explained that Trump successfully fought COVID-19. He used the past tense as if COVID-19 is over, which could explain why businesses are steadily trying to kill the public with their pushes to get adults back to work and children going back to school, because it’s over. 

We’re still dying rich dudes, so no, it’s not over.

Kudlow continued with the economy was doing amazing, before this pandemic happened and who could have predicted that science was real.

The Republican National Convention:
How is science a thing?

Funny thing, in October of 2019, an organization called Event 201 had a simulation of what would happen during a global pandemic and gave recommendations which the Trump Administration did not follow at all, not even kind of. 

Trump also dismantled, reshuffled, did something to the Global Health Security and Biodefense unit and left us with an unorganized and uncoordinated and random response to COVID-19:

The Global Health Security and Biodefense unit — responsible for pandemic preparedness — was established in 2015 by Barack Obama’s National Security Advisor, Susan Rice ( here ). The unit resided under the National Security Council (NSC) — a forum of White House personnel that advises the president on national security and foreign policy matters.

So I guess the answer is the world knew, we all knew, but you —or more likely you knew, but you didn’t care, which is why the Republican National Convention has no platform! You can’t fight something that isn’t there! You’re evil geniuses. 

The Republican National Convention:
Daniel Cameron is horrible!

Then Daniel Cameron Attorney General from Kentucky got on the stage and became the living embodiment of when Ibram X. Kendi discussed Black people’s power in his book “How to Be an Antiracist.” Black people have power and can use that power for good or be racist monsters, like Cameron. Cameron then evoked Breonna Taylor’s name to call protestors anarchists (nothing wrong with anarchists, but those protesters are probably Democrats, though I guess he thinks that’s the same, though anarchists don’t vote, so….whatever) and to praise law enforcement. 

Nepotism is a problem?! You’ve got to be kidding me!

The hypocrisy of Trump knows no bounds. Pam Bondi, why Pam, I don’t know, but Pam Bondi former Attorney General in Florida for a second gives this whole monologue about Joe Biden and nepotism. What?! Trump has three of his children giving speeches of significance at the RNC, oh, and his son’s girlfriend Kim did that thing last night, then his other daughter is a senior advisor and her husband Jared was assigned to deal with COVID-19. Jared’s plan was actually OK, but his team decided since it was more likely that COVID-19 would kill more Democrats, just to throw the plan away. 

I would think there would be some consequence to that, nope. I guess not. 

How is any of this legal?!

At some point, there was a creepy naturalization ceremony that was a violation of the Hatch Act. Even if it had been legal, we should change that. Naturalization should be, sign a document and move on with your horrible life. What is all that renouncing your old country, that’s some imperialist Sith.

The United States?!

Then Melania said something in a military-like outfit reminiscent of a movie where everyone gets killed at the end. 

Teka Lo, Public Intellectuals

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