Listen: Donald Trump, Paul Ryan, New York Times discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Promo code love it. Log. Nice. It is to be here at the improv per us guys. There's been. A lot of news, there's a mole. Somewhere hiding plain sight. Mixed in with the goons and white nationalist. And the discards of Republican politics over the last thirty years. There walks patriot. He looks like he wants Donald Trump to succeed. He acts like he wants Donald Trump to succeed. But as we learned in the New York Times this week, it's very conflicted about it. But thanks to this quiz o. blower. To this good Julian Assange. We now have learned something. Donald Trump is not fit to be president. But have no fear because there are adults in the room. People like are anonymous hero who every day, make sure that deregulation judicial nominees move smoothly. Despite the chaos. Bigotry that surrounds them. Fuck that guy. My God. Unbelievable. Now. I am. I think on the scale that exists amongst liberals, the democratic socialists there. Among liberals, they're all liberals. It's a brand thing. Oh, you're a super liberal. We'll get into it. You're not seizing the means of production. You're a liberal. You're a liberal who likes the new bands. I feel as though there is a consensus around the value of the so-called adults in the room among liberals and the consensus is fucked that you should walk out and say what you're seeing. I actually am a little bit more sympathetic than the consensus. I'm a tiny bit over towards the. We still kind of want those adults to be there, but. But this op op-ed is such a self serving. Bit of self righteous. What does this Ahmed gonna do? Nothing. He's gonna do nothing. It's going to rile up Donald Trump. It's going to rile up his supporters. It didn't teach us anything. We know I didn't see Paul Ryan changes mind. I don't even know if he's answered a question about it. Paul Ryan's answers to questions about Donald Trump actually have what is technically known as a red shift in them because he's moving so far away so quickly, or is that a blue shift? Is there anybody who knows the guy? It's red, right? Yeah. Okay. Yeah, his his answers have a red ship, you know, like when a car siren passes by and it's like. You know, he sounds like he's moving away. You're part of it. You're part of it. You're complicit and you're enabling it, and there's two of the pieces of it that were the most going to me. One was this idea that there were whispers early on amongst the cabinet about invoking the twenty fifth amendment, but we didn't want to provoke a constitutional crisis. The term constitutional crisis has come to mean absolutely fucking nothing. It's not a constitutional crisis when you invoke an amendment to the constitution according to the spirit and letter of the amendment. It's not a constitutional crisis. If you're using the amendment for the exact purpose it was written for that is why it is there. I'm not saying it'd be a breeze. I'm not saying it wouldn't be messy. I'm not saying it wouldn't be the shit show to end all shit show. I'm not even sure we'd survive and I don't even know that he would leave. Am I totally not work, but that would be the crisis. That would be the constitutional crisis not invoking the thing that's the first part. And the second part is there's this part of the the bed where he says, it's not about what Trump is John. It's about what we've allow Trump to do to us. Hold on. I want to. I want to get it. Exactly, right. Because it's so stupid. Hold on. Literally going to look it up. I'm gonna go, I'm googling times resistance, hero. I'm telling you, I think it'll pop up. I link. The bigger concern is not what Mr. Trump has done to the presidency, but rather we as a nation have allowed him to do to us, we have sunk low with him and allowed our discourse to be stripped of civility. No, fuck. You know. No, no, you're doing it with him to us. You're not outside of it. You're not better than it.."