What Are the Libs Up to Now?
Trump Derangement Syndrome isn’t a strong enough description for a certain level Trump haters. It’s really is on the level of a mental disorder for some.
Actor Michael Rapaport shared a meme with his followers on social media stating that the United States is being run by a “con man” in President Donald Trump and his “hooker” wife First Lady Melania Trump.
“NEVER FORGET,” Rapaport caption the tweet, which included a photo of the couple that read: “Just a reminder, a con man and a hooker are running America.”
This is the C list actor who went off on a video declaring coronavirus testing should be used on Barron Trump.
Rapaport has a long history of using his Twitter account to rant and rave against the Trump family and Republican lawmakers. Last month, the Atypical actor similarly described Mrs. Trump as a “dumb animal” after she urged people to follow government instructions regarding hand washing and self-isolation.
The Trump Agenda
At this point in the COVID-19 pandemic, most government sectors are playing out their roles according to script. Congress is throwing money at the problem. Liberal governors are preening for the cameras and auditioning to be chosen by Joe Biden to be his running mate. The mainstream media is obsessed with criticizing Trump’s every move.
Outside the glare of the TV cameras, however, it is the president, perhaps alone, who is trying to take meaningful steps that will actually improve the chances the United States will be better prepared to both avert a future health crisis imported from outside our borders as well as to respond to health crises wherever their origin.
Regulatory reform has been the quiet storm of the Trump administration.
Unnecessary and burdensome rules have been identified and, where possible without congressional action, limited or rolled back entirely.
The Left, as seen in a recent New York Times piece by Lisa Friedman, is worried sick about Trump’s efforts in this regard. Liberal efforts to slow this hallmark policy of the administration, however, will not succeed; unless, of course, the November election returns control of either the White House or the Senate (or both) to Democrat control.
Long before the onset of the current health crisis, Trump knew that regulatory red tape was hampering innovation in our domestic economy.
More important to the current analysis, Trump understood that such regulatory suffocation was a major factor driving American businesses and manufacturing abroad.
Trump fights so many daily battles for Americans on a daily basis we often lose track of just how much he’s doing for us.
Stock futures rose in overnight trading Monday as investors brace for what could be an ugly earnings season with the coronavirus wreaking havoc on global corporate profits.
Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 256 points, pointing to a Tuesday opening gain of about 289 points. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures were also higher.
Earnings season is set to kick off on Tuesday with JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Johnson & Johnson reporting numbers in the morning. The first batch of results will give investors a sense of how devastating the hit to corporations could be from the pandemic.
Analysts expect S&P 500 earnings growth to decline 10.2% in the first quarter year-over-ear, according to Refinitiv. There is also an unusually wide range of estimates given the unprecedented uncertainty from the coronavirus.
“Even the lowered forecast may prove optimistic given some analysts have not adjusted numbers since mid-March in response to the lockdowns in many major cities throughout the country,” said Jeff Buchbinder, equity strategist for LPL Financial.
Hmm, That Makes Your Think
Big brothers never disappoint!
A five-year-old was left looking wise beyond his years, after he begged his seven-year-old brother to give him an “old man” haircut.
George Moores’ dad, Kevin, 38, had left his clippers on charge upstairs. The youngster soon found them and decided it was time for a new look.
George then managed to convince his brother Harry to shave a big bald spot on the top of his head.
Kevin said when they came down stairs the pair of them were laughing so much.
And it was clear why, he said: “I looked over and saw this massive bald patch on top of George’s head.”