Desperation Time for Trump

It’s impossible to know what to expect in the two weeks leading up to the election.  Obviously we’re going to see various “revelations” about Hunter/Joe Biden, coming from the most likely sources imaginable, and God only knows what form they’re going to take.

Trump’s problem, however, is that desperation makes him come across as completely, rather than partially, insane.  His claims have become so asinine than even his supporters are starting to shake their heads in disbelief.

His main message is that Biden will bring us mayhem, chaos, international embarrassment and job loss.  The problem here is that that’s what we’re experiencing right this minute, crushing down on us by Trump himself, a point so obvious that Biden hardly has to mention it at all.

At the same time, congressional Republicans are distancing themselves from the lair-in-chief, at least in most states, as rapidly as possible.  This means lots of anti-Trump messaging is hitting local media markets all over the country, and the sheer volume of all this is about to become ear-splitting.

Add all this together, and you arrive at the reason I chose the illustration here.