Donald Trump launches bonkers attack on Republican Senator as it all falls apart for him

Never let it be said that Donald Trump is not an equal opportunity abuser. On Sunday of this week, Senator Mike Rounds of South Dakota appeared on ABC’s “This Week.” And he said the 2020 election was not rigged.

“We looked at over 60 different accusations made in multiple states,” Rounds explained. “There were none of the irregularities which would have risen to the point where they would have changed the vote outcome in a single state.”

Did you hear that dark rumbling as a cloud of fury slowly moved in? Did the sky suddenly darken? As expected, the rage of assolini was swift and psychotic. Labeling Rounds a “RINO,” Trump demanded to know whether Rounds was “crazy or just stupid?”

“Even though his election will not be coming up for 5 years, I will never endorse this jerk again,” assolini ranted in his statement. That’ll tell him.

My most sincere belief is that the GOP could end Trump’s relentless hold on them tomorrow. It would not be difficult to do. If they all joined hands, they could put out a statement repudiating Trumpism and move forward with their lives. He can’t primary them all.

Maybe they could even bring forth some ideas to help this country become a better place!

No such luck, however. Bullying worked for many children in the school playgrounds, but when one is an adult, one really should have the ability to tell the bully where to go. Republicans never did get THAT memo.

  

Rounds did not do precisely that, but at least he spoke the truth about our election, which evidently caused deep anguish to the orange schmaltz that we can’t seem to get out of our lives. Perhaps prison will take care of that for us.

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