MONDAY, JULY 26, 2021
TRUMP’S ONE-HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-SEVENTH DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND TODAY WE’RE PUBLISHING OUR FIRST EDITORIAL EULOGY
In Today’s Editorial Eulogy, Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane Remembers Our Good Friend Comic Legend Jackie Mason, Who Died Saturday At The Age Of 93.
Every four years, Persons Of Consequence heard satirizing the tendency of the news media, opinion-makers, and the general public to focus more on the delivery and presentation of remarks than on the actual policies presented at presidential debates.
“If these debates were held fifty years ago, Groucho Marx would have been the president,” Mason quipped during a radio interview Sunday.
Responding to last week’s Republican primary debate, Mason stated: “You know in these debates, a good joke goes a lot further than a good idea. You can have the most brilliant ideas in the world but nobody will remember them. Do you know what they remember? Who told the best one-liner. Who came up with the best joke.”
But what The Blower really appreciated was how our Orthodox Ordained Rabbi Turned Comedian criticized American Jews for continuing to support Disingenuous D-RATS like Obama, Clinton, and Biden*.
Whistleblower Pollster Ron Rasmussen said according to exit polls, 69% of Jews cast their ballot for Obama in 2012, compared to 78% in 2008. Amazingly, a majority of American Jews would still support him today. A poll released by Gallup in July 2014 showed Obama’s approval rating among Jews has dropped to 55%, 7 points lower than his presidency’s average and 22% lower than at the start of his presidency. Disapproval of Obama among Jews stood at 41%.
Unfortunately, if Obama were running for a third term, Dumbed-Down D-RAT American Jews would no doubt vote for him again, as the same Dumbed-Down D-RAT American Jews still appeared to be supporting Crooked Hillary.
Worst of all was watching the D-Rat American Jews’ stunning lack of appreciation when Trump kept his campaign promise and moved the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
We’re sure our good friend Jackie Mason had something to say about that.