Last night after a trip to the reopened Funspot in NH (more on that later this week) got home and finally checked the net after a day of ignoring it (highly recommended) when the story broke of the democrats tweeting and then deleting this about a Donald Trump event scheduled for Mount Rushmore:
As you might expect they deleted it right away but not before it was screen grabbed and displayed for all too see.
I found both things rather quaint.
I particularly found it quaint that anyone would be surprised at this point by this opinion but beyond that…
I found it quaint that the democrats would delete the tweet as if they would actually pretend that this is not the opinion of their base
I found it quaint that the Democrats thought such a tweet could be deleted without notice.
I found it quaint that supporters of the President might thing, at a time when democrats are defending riots and arson nationwide might be embarrassed over hitting Mount Rushmore in a tweet.
But what I really find quaint is that at this point, with Democrat cities burning and preparing to jettison the police and promising more of the same that there are people actually undecided on how they will vote to the point where both sides might think this tweet will make any difference?