All of this is important and true, but we miss the steady hand and expert guidance of Trump in other, equally important arenas as well.
No one from the White House is telling us what kind of beans to eat. We are wandering in the wilderness, absent frijole guidance from the White House. Nobody in America knows what kind of beans Biden favors. We are forced to nourish our fart-channels with any old can we choose, while Biden has his meetings and grapples with policy issues, ignoring, as far as we can tell, all legume-related questions.
As we lay our newly-vaccinated heads on our pillows at night, we can’t help but stare at the ceiling in sleepless wonder, knowing that, in the Biden administration, the President of the United States has blithely ignored all pillow choices facing the American public. Do we have the politically correct sleep furnishings supporting our restless noggins? Don’t ask Biden. He callously disregards all pillow issues.
What is the President’s relationship with Rosie O’Donnell like? Jen Psaki never has a word to say about Rosie. Does Biden think she is a “fat pig?” Or did he quietly abandon this sturdy plank of Trump principle, like he has so many others? We don’t know.
Likewise, windmills in Scotland. Trump used to rail about them all the time. Now the brave Scots are forced to face the perils of windmill cancer without a peep of support or sympathy from the Oval Office.
We don’t know whether the New York Times is “failing.” We don’t know whether Morning Joe is “dumb.” This was information that was reliably supplied by the previous Administration, but the Biden White House is just plain indifferent about keeping the American people updated on these crucial questions.
Is CNN falling in the ratings? Biden doesn’t tell us, but I suspect it is. I saw a headline on its web site the other day, about a chunk of rock falling in the Galapagos. It was the collapse of a natural stone arch. In the halcyon days of Trump, full of CNN headlines about injecting yourself with bleach, cramming kids into what were basically dog carriers, and good-people-on-both-sides equivalencies, a rockfall in a place where it takes three flights and one boat ride to get to from the West Coast would not have made CNN’s front page.
I blame Biden. And, ominously for CNN, I didn’t click on the link.