“His brain is broken”

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It is excellent news that some media pundits are beginning to take Traitor’s cognitive decline seriously. It certainly took long enough! Yet now, I suppose, as his mental health gets worse and worse, Pundits can’t help but talk about it. Some of them do it with amazement in their voices.

On CNN, Anchor Jim Acosta and former Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger could not hide their amazement at the gaffe machine that is the face of the Republican Party. “His brain is broken.” Acosta and Kinzinger watched Trump’s gaffes with utter amazement, talking about how low the convicted felon had fallen.

Acosta: “Of course, Trump is no spring chicken, and every time Trump lately seems to be talking about Biden’s mental acuity, Trump has a gaffe or a slip-up himself. Let’s watch.”

Convicted felon: “I don’t have a guitar. Don;t forget Elvis had a guitar. I don;t have a guitar. Nothing. I stand up here by myself. Terrible.”

“You don’t have sharks, See?”

“That’s. That’s a big advantage. I’ll take the one without the sharks.”

Acosta: “He’s just botching the language there. The other day he was referring to Doctor Ronnie Jackson. But he said Doctor Ronnie Johnson.”

Kinzinger — “yeah, I mean look, his brain is broken!”

Laughter. The soon-to-be inmate is likely not happy about these conversations. After all, Trump’s goal is to be seen as strong and intelligent, the opposite seems to be happening.

Still, the gaffe machine is not over. It sits quietly, waiting to be plugged in and taken to its new destination where it will perform its work as never before, highlighting all sorts of moronic remarks. That location is the first debate of 2024. Oh, what a nightmare this will be for Donald Trump.

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