WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2020
Trump’s 1216th Day In Office
With Still None Of Obama’s Political Perps In The Slammer
THIS E-DITION HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR 2016 ELECTIONS
RESEARCH BY THE PRESIDENTIAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY BECAUSE 2016 & 2017 TRUMP CHRONICLEs WERE A POLITICAL PRECURSOR FOR TRUMP’S INEPT IMPEACHMENT IN 2019 AND THE BLOWER’S BREAKING NEWS COVERAGE IN 2020.
On This Day In 2016, The Blower Featured This “Bluegrass Indecision 2016 Results” E-dition.
Because 46.8% to 46.3% Was Not Exactly Yuge?
Last Weekend, Prominent Northern Kentucky Trailer Park Owner Nathan “Cornbread” Smith predicted Mrs. Bill Clinton would win last night’s Bluegrass DemocRAT Presidential Primary over Bernie Sanders by a “wide margin” because of all the time and energy she’d supposedly invested in the campaign, whatever the hell that was supposed to mean.
But last night in The Blower’s “Tuesday’s Triumphs” E-dition, The Gateway Pundit reported it was another disastrous night for Mrs. Bill Clinton, who lost nearly a quarter of a million votes in Kentucky compared to her 2008 victory.
Meanwhile, The Hill reported Donald Trump had warned that Crooked Hillary should “drop out” if she couldn’t win Tuesday’s Kentucky primary when he laid into his likely general election opponent with a series of tweets. “Do you think Crooked Hillary will finally close the deal? If she can’t win Kentucky, she should drop out of the race,” Trump tweeted Tuesday night before adding “system rigged.” At the time of his tweet, Clinton and Bernie Sanders were locked in a tight race for Kentucky, with news outlets characterizing it as too close to call.
This morning, even PoliticusUSA’s Official “Disingenuous DemocRAT Talking Points Memo” said Bill Clinton’s Enabler had “squeaked by with a win in an astonishingly close race.”
The Blower remembers when Disgraced Ex-President Bill Clinton carried Kentucky in each of his presidential campaigns in 1992 and 1996. And during the 2008 DemocRAT primary between Hillary and Obama, the former Secretary of State won Kentucky in a landslide, carrying 118 of the state’s 120 counties and getting over 65% of the vote.
With only about 20% of Kentucky’s 3.2 million registered voters bothering to go to the polls, our Clintonista Bluegrass Secretary of State Alison Wondergams Grimes was really sure people would still call it a big win for Mrs. Bill, even though Mrs. Bill and Colonel Sanders got exactly the same number of delegates. Not much of a big win there.
So how did Northern Kentucky Trailer Park Owner Nathan “Cornbread” Smith’s predictions turn out in Northern Kentucky after that big fundraiser and rally at his Fort Mitchell home? Bluegrass Bureau Chief says she only carried Kenton, Campbell, and Boondoggle Counties by 738 votes out of 22,000 cast. Not exactly Yuge there, either.
Probably because all those folks in “Cornbread’s” trailer parks had already voted for Trump.