Listen: Orlando Sentinel endorses "not Donald Trump" before reelection launch
"So the Orlando Sentinel says. Our or Landau sentinel, endorsement for presidents twenty nuts Donald Trump. That's the headline Donald Trump is in Orlando to announce the kickoff of his reelection campaign. We're here to announce our endorsement for presidents twenty or at least who we're not endorsing Donald Trump. Some readers will wonder how we could possibly eliminate a candidate so far before an election. And before knowing the identity of his opponent. Because there's no point pretending we would ever recommend that readers vote for Trump. Well, listen Orlando Sentinel. Let me remind you. Your readers already know. Where your editorial policy is your Landau central sentinel as an editorial vehicle is left of center. So this is not a great shock. And frankly, it's not really huge news. But I thought it was thought it was interesting enough. They go onto right after two and a half years we've seen enough. Okay. Quote enough of the chaos, the division, the schoolyard, insults, the self-aggrandizement the corruption and especially the lies. Wow. So, you know, it's funny as I'm reading the Orlando Sentinel editorial, where the say they will not endorse Donald Trump for reelection because quote, they have seen enough of the chaos, the division schoolyard insults. The self-aggrandizement the corruption and especially the lies, I thought for a second. They were talking about Barack Obama. Because the Obama administration with the help of Joe Biden divided this country in a way that we haven't seen in an awfully long time. You wanna talk about chaos. There was continual chaos within the Obama administration. There was division in this nation like we have never seen in recent history. President Obama staking out a point of of territory, here railing against police officers as an example. Continually work into undermine the one reliable ally. We have in the Middle East. Schoolyard insults. My god. Obama and Biden working tenuously insulting people. Bitter, people were just clinging to their guns in God. Remember that?"