At a dinner for Republican National Committee members at his Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach on Saturday night, Donald Trump went off on political foes and traitors. Since the event was closed to the public, there was no immediate footage of the former president’s address. However, we know what was said at the speech because of extensive reporting from reliable sources. Let’s just say there was a reason why the press was not allowed in.
Trump chastised Republicans in Name Only (RINOs) who declined to object to the 2020 election outcome, but he had particular contempt for Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. He referred to him as a “dumb SOB” who spoke in complete sentences (the “B” being a naughty word that rhymed with Mitch).
“They would never allow it to happen if it were Schumer instead of this stupid son of a bitch Mitch McConnell. Trump raged, “They must have fought it.”
Despite the protestations of The Washington Post and its ilk, which covered the incident, this is true. In 2000, 2004, and 2016, the Democratic Party objected to absolutely valid elections.
Trump, on the other hand, was not done. He also hurled venom and insults at Mitch McConnell’s wife, former Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.
“His wife was employed by me. “Did he ever express gratitude?” Trump posed the question rhetorically. After the Capitol riots on January 6th, Chao resigned in protest.
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He mocked her resignation by saying, “She suffered too much.” Her husband was often referred to as a “stone cold loser” by him.
Though arguing that he had won elections in swing states like Georgia and Pennsylvania, the former president railed against Georgia Governor Brian Kemp.
When he asked the audience if they felt the election was “stolen,” he received a round of applause.
“I wish Mike Pence had the guts to return it to the legislatures… I really like him. Trump said, “I was so disappointed.”
During the approximate hour-long impromptu speech, he also took shots at Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The Washington Post grumbled, “Trump attacked many of his favorite targets, including Anthony S. Fauci, the country’s leading epidemiologist, insulting Fauci for his first pitch last season at Nationals Park — a regular Trump taunt.” “He wrongly said that Fauci only got credit because he opposed Trump,” an attendee said, adding that Fauci joked that he wanted people to wear five masks after initially opposing masks.
“Have you ever seen anybody so full of nonsense?” he asked of Fauci.
The left-wing media, which was attracted to the incident, pretended to be outraged, saying they couldn’t believe what they were hearing.