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May 28, 2019

Blah-Blahs and ‘The Fainting’

Harry M. Covert

Consider this for a moment. Hanging around with New York City’s bumbling mayor may have unintended consequences. Quite possibly some of the leading haters of current political events may have received a clear and present message along with their renegades.

 

As the worm seems to be turning in the District of Columbia, maybe some ecclesiastical omens are coming to the fore.

 

Let’s explain. Democrat Chairman Jerry Nadler (NY) of the House Judiciary Committee, is a known disliker of his fellow “Manhattanite,” the president, a Republican. Their personal war has endured for years.

 

Well, it was last Friday, May 24. The NYC mayor can’t curb the big town’s homeless problem but does come up with a cockamamie plan to eliminate hot dog eating.

 

Returning to the news conference, Bill de Blasio was talking about his speed camera program, exciting, eh? The story continues.

 

Just so happened, as de Blasio blah-blahed, Mr. Nadler’s head slumped. In real terms, he fainted. Officially the word was he dehydrated. Helpers raced to his aid, fortunately.

 

Certainly it is good Representative Nadler is okay and wasn’t victimized by ultra-serious personal matters. It was an attention getter though.

 

Along the lines of what lots of people may be thinking, the Nadler fainting episode could be a Heavenly message. Hating in the guise of the public good is wrong.

 

Mr. Nadler and his crowd are so filled with antagonism and resentment toward Mr. T and conservative Americans, that they are indeed becoming ill.

 

There are no reasonable wishes for ill health to such personages as de Blasio, nee Warren Wilhelm, Jr., Mr. Nadler and a bunch of others becoming ne’er-do-wells. They have pushed the envelope beyond common sense. They will pay in one way or another.

 

People of faith well know the Almighty’s hands are on the King’s heart. This is not referring to Mr. Trump as royalty, only merely as properly and legally elected – crowned – No. 45.

 

Yes, haters aren’t receiving messages. They must stop their unprecedented hostility toward Americans who took Mr. Trump out of Manhattan to the nation’s capital. Perhaps divine interventions are already the order of the day. Pay attention.

 

It won’t be long when all the facts of the coup attempts will come to light. To use some biblical words, there will be “weeping and gnashing of teeth.”

 

Harry S Truman, the 33rd President, always spoke clearly. Said he about opponents: "I don't give them Hell. I just tell the truth about them, and they think it's Hell." Hear the drum beats?

 

And, Mr. T is following suit. In many words he is paraphrasing the verbose General George S. Patton, we’ll known Bible reader, too: “we’re going to grab them by the nose and kick them in the a**.” The last word refers to a donkey, which happens to be a political party symbol.

 

So, on to the memorable year of 2020.

 

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