The Lincoln Project created and ran some of the most brilliant and devastating ads of the 2020 presidential race, portraying Donald Trump as corrupt, incompetent, and lazy. In other words, they used facts and truth to help defeat the biggest fool to ever be elected as the American head of state.
But even though the 2020 race is now in the history books, the Lincoln Project isn’t done trolling Trump, according to the Palm Beach Post, which notes that the group is now running TV ads specifically in the city of Palm Beach, where the failed former president’s resort/home, Mar-a-Lago is located:
“The group’s latest ad, launching Thursday, touts Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell as the true respected leader of the Republican Party. The ad claims that Josh Holmes, McConnell’s former chief of staff who hosts a popular conservative podcast called Ruthless, ‘acts like you (Trump) are a nobody and laughs about how Mitch ignores you.'”
However, the part of the ad that’s certain to gall the notoriously thin-skinned Trump the most is when he’s referred to as “impotent”:
“Now everyone is saying you’re old, impotent, [and] an embarrassment.”
Ouch! That’s gonna leave a mark.
The ad also calls Trump out as a fool who is being mollified by the GOP as they try to distance themselves from him:
“And they will come to Mar-a-Lago, tricking you with cheap gifts, like a Dollar Store silver bowl. But in Washington, Mitch runs the party. You made the MAGA movement, Donald, and they are taking it all away from you while using your name to make money.”
Everything the Lincoln Project ad says is true: Trump is now powerless and cannot even tweet because Twitter has permanently banned him. He’s facing serious legal jeopardy on multiple fronts and isn’t even seen as the front-runner for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination.
Donald Trump deserves the karma that is currently taking a giant bite out of him. The Lincoln Project should be praised for taking time to remind the Donald just how powerless and irrelevant his is and always will be.
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