The anti-Trump Republicans behind The Lincoln Project are lightening quick and brilliantly on point with their ads dismantling Donald Trump’s idiocy , and #45’s behavior keeps them working around the clock.
While preparing a story about their ad pointing out Trump’s praise of accused sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell, they dropped another gem that juxtaposes Trump’s dismissive and dangerously-absurd statements about the coronavirus with a graph that shows the number of cases on the day that the statements were made. Titled “Failure,” it’s a stark visual depiction of his denial as cases steadily rise.
Just before “Failure,” The Lincoln Project tweeted out “It Is What It Is,” a title taken verbatim from Trump’s dismissive response to a question about the coronavirus. With images of the virus’ growing devastation, the video juxtaposes that quote with his choice this week to not only entertain a reporter’s question about Ghislaine Maxwell, the woman who was recently arrested over her role in the sex crimes perpetrated by Jeffrey Epstein, but to wish her well.
Watch below, or click here to view on Twitter.
Trump wishes the accused child sex trafficker well.
The millions who are unemployed? It is what it is. pic.twitter.com/Y6s0iFodC9
— The Lincoln Project (@ProjectLincoln) July 22, 2020
On Wednesday, The Lincoln Project released “Trumpfeld,” a montage of #45’s most misinformed, illogical and mendacious comments from the recent Fox News interview with Chris Wallace set to Seinfeld-like music and a laugh track.