President Trump recently compared fatally shooting people to missing a shot in golf. Last week presidential hopeful, Joe Biden, delivered a speech in which he explained the blunt differences between a vote for him in November and a vote for Donald Trump.
Referring to Trump, Biden said: “This president long ago forfeited any moral leadership in this country. He can’t stop the violence because for years he’s fomented it. He may believe mouthing the words law and order makes him strong.
But his failure to call on his own supporters to stop acting as an armed militia in this country shows how weak he is. Does anyone believe there’ll be less violence in America if Donald Trump is re-elected?” What Biden didn’t say but probably tried to imply, was that Americans have a simple decision to make: Do they want a rational, sane and thinking individual running the United States of America, or would they prefer to continue with the tumultuous, troublesome rule of Donald Trump, who sometimes seem to speak long before he has had a moment to think about what he is saying.
Shortly after Biden’s speech, Trump appeared on Fox News to defend and explain his take on issues of the day in an interview with Laura Ingraham and, as usual, he did not fail to shock.
Trump knows no bounds
Hours after defending teen vigilante, Kyle Rittenhouse, who killed two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the president explained that, while much of the country is horrified and currently protesting police brutality against Black people, he doesn’t see the shooting of unarmed civilians as that big of a deal.
In fact? It’s basically on par with missing a shot in golf. It went like this: Trump: “They choke. Just like in a golf tournament. They miss a 3-foot putt . . ”. Ingraham: “You’re not comparing it to golf, because that’s what the media .
. ”. Trump: “I’m saying people choke”. Trump has always been known for making strange and provocative statements, however comparing killing someone to missing a putt is definitely out of bounds, even for him.