In case you haven’t noticed, Donald Trump is on a roll when it comes to his God-awful MAGA rallies here lately — pretty much as we imagined with the election just 8 short days away. And not to mention all the time he lost while he was ironically battling and infection with the potentially deadly coronavirus. Over the past week and some change, the President has held these events every single day, most of the time several different events in a single day. And frankly, they’re all as awful as the next.
As I’m sure you’ve realized over the course of the last four years, Trump pretty much has a script he sticks to, at least for the most part, when it comes to these thinly-veiled KKK shindigs of his. To say the very least, we’ve pretty much come to know what to expect at this point. However, every once in a while, the guy gets a bit off track. And to say that his side rants are ridiculous would be the understatement of this presidential term.
Every time, it’s always something completely random and off the wall. And today’s was no different.
During his “Make America Great Again” rally in Allentown, Pennsylvania, this afternoon, Trump seemed to get a little distracted by some trucks. Pointing into the crowd and referring to what I assume were some of his supporters’ vehicles, the President went off on a tangent for the ages.
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“Nice trucks,” Donald declared from the stage as he pointed off to something not seen on the screen. “You think I could hop into one of them and drive it away? I’d love to do it. Just drive the hell out of here. Just get the hell out of this. I had such a good life.”
“Nice trucks. You think I could hop into one of them and drive it away? I’d love to do it. Just drive the hell out of here. Just get the hell out of this. I had such a good life.” — Trump pic.twitter.com/0sZC13WH9O
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 26, 2020
I mean, I don’t know about y’all… But I feel like that’s the first good idea the guy’s had in decades.
Featured image via screen capture