” Jong-Fast: “What’s the underappreciation?” Carville: “Bold move of the century.” Jong-Fast: “You mean Biden?” Carville: “No, I mean the Georgia wins.” Jong-Fast: “You mean Georgia wins?” Carville: “Yes, I mean Georgia wins. Because they were executed at a time when all hell was breaking loose in Washington and they were executed in a way that was so bold and so unexpected that it put them on the front page of the New York Times , on the front page of The Washington Post , on the front page of CNN . And you had a general who was not only fighting against his own party but also fighting against his own president, and he did it with such a degree of forcefulness that it kind of caught everybody off guard. And it was very, very impressive. And then you had these two other races where you had a guy who said he would resign if he lost—and then won—and another guy who said he wouldn’t be able to vote for him—and then voted for him anyway—and you have these two races that kind of blew up in their faces and made them look absolutely ridiculous. So I think those events taken together are very, very significant events in American politics today. They’re not just significant because they’re unusual; they’re significant because they show how far we’ve come as a country since Donald Trump became president.”
Insightful tour of @CAE_Inc's Tampa facility. They‘re a significant Bay Area employer that provides our military with high-tech training & operational support solutions.
I even got to brush up on my piloting skills in the C-130 simulator. Takeoffs = Landings: Mission Success! https://t.co/uZZqUscSeW
Democrats could only spare 7% of more than $3 trillion in their “infrastructure” plan to upgrade roads, bridges, airways, waterways and ports. Instead, they decided it’s more important to funnel $600 billion of taxpayer money to Green New Deal programs and other socialist ideas. https://t.co/Z45UMxpFAC