In today’s issue: Actress Meryl Streep’s criticism of Trump during her acceptance speech at the Golden Globe Awards event got plenty of attention, but Savage pointed to remarks President Obama made in an ABC News interview that night as the “best act.”
Streep, among other things, brought up the refuted accusation that Trump mocked a disabled reporter.
“It’s reductio ad absurdum,” Savage said. “He never did it.”
She said he did it.
This is the best she can dredge up from the bottom of her mind?
Alright, you get the picture.
That was the “Golden Glob” award. A Trump-bashing event.
If you just needed to hear it, I gave it to you.
But the best act, really, was Obama, saying that race relations are better now than they’ve been in 20 years.
You’ve gotta hear this act.
Here was the best act of the “Golden Glob” awards. Listen to this one:
“Race relations on the whole are actually better now than they were in 20 years. … Yes, we have greater awareness of where we’re falling short.”
He didn’t get the Academy Award last night nor the Golden Globe Award for pulling off the biggest scam in the history of America, which is fake the presidency.
But he topped himself when he said race relations on the whole are better than they were 20 years ago.
Oh yeah, there’s been a war against police.
A race war is brewing in every city of America.
A disabled white boy’s head was put in the toilet last week.
Race relations couldn’t be better.