Isn’t anyone in DC embarrassed that they still have scary looking *barbed wire* surrounding the Capitol after nothing’s happened for almost a month? Apparently not pic.twitter.com/NL2OkUhIRz— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) February 2, 2021
Trump's gone, the melodrama is no longer necessary. There was never any "attempted coup" — there was a brief interruption of Congressional activity, and at no point did it come remotely close to overthrowing the government. For reference, a real "coup" is underway in Myanmar https://t.co/MVzP6J1glc— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) February 1, 2021
Good to know that any loopy delusion expounded by a politician must now be respected and "believed" under the aegis of "trauma"— Michael Tracey (@mtracey) February 2, 2021
It seems like there is a disconnect between the hysteria on television, the non-stop panic about “fascism,” the police state that is being erected in DC and reality where nothing much seems to be going on. Why do you think there is all this scaremongering now that Donald Trump is gone? Has the media become so codependent on Donald Trump that it has become impossible to move on and let go?
Note: Why don’t the Democrats try to reduce political division by delivering the $2,000 that they promised everyone last month? Does it seem to you like they want to inflame polarization?