If this were an NBA basketball game, Red Auerbach would be lighting his cigar.
Joe Biden has given a concession speech. Listen to his words on next month’s vote in the Senate — not the House, where the bill doesn’t have a chance of passing.
“That doesn’t mean this is the end of the process. This is the beginning of the process”
That means it’s all over but the burial. The body is in the intensive care unit.
“The American people are way ahead of their political leaders. And we, the president and I and the mayors, intend to stay current with the American people.”
Translation: The Democrats are going to pull back to where the voters are. The voters are not rallying behind gun control.
“The courage that was demonstrated by those teachers, we don’t expect the same amount of courage from our elected officials.”
He’s got that right!
“But Lord’s sake, we do expect them to have the courage to stand up and take responsible action to end this senseless violence.”
He does? Then he is dumber than he usually sounds.
“I think we’re on the verge of getting a serious thorough universal background check system in place. And it will, emphasize it will, save lives.”
He thinks this will pass the House, does he?
“We believe that weapons of war have no place on our streets.” Tell it to the Cripps and Bloods, Joe. Leave the rest of us alone.