Welcome to Conservative Comedy Friday – 2020 Campaign Season Edition.
We begin with a true story…
A high school teacher of Advanced Placement (AP) Government was holding a discussion with students about the qualifications necessary to be president of the United States .
It was pretty simple conversation; the candidate must be a natural born citizen of at least 35 years of age.
However, one girl in the class immediately kicked up a fuss about how unfair the natural born citizen requirement was. In short, her opinion was this requirement prevented many capable individuals from becoming president.
As the girl went on, the teacher and the class just took it all in and let her continue to rant. But everyone’s jaw hit the floor when she wrapped up her argument with this question, “What makes a natural born citizen any more qualified to lead this country than one born by C-section?”
Just think, this AP student is now old enough to vote in November.
Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign promises are simply recycled promises from 2016. Despite this sad reality, the Fellowship of the Pharisees and their lukewarm cheap grace flock remain convinced that he is worthy of another four years in office. Or more?
In recognition of both Trump’s recycled promises and evangelicals’ recycled embrace of Trump as “God’s Man,” The Daily Show recently took a look back at the 2016 Republican National Convention where we were first introduced to the “divinity of Donald Trump.”
During the 2020
Republican Trump National Convention — a four-day lovefest of all things Trump — that wrapped up a few weeks ago — there was a consistent theme throughout the event: the only way to get rid of the chaos we’ve been living over the past four years in Trump’s America is to vote for Trump’s America in November.
It’s the 2020 campaign season, so crazy talking points are pretty much standard operating procedure. But as crazy as they can be, Conservative Comedy wants you to know it’s nothing compared to the crazy “daddy issues” we witnessed from a chorus of voices from within the Trump clan. Will his families overtures overpower the Democrats? Or will they just creep people out?
In the latest edition of #SongifyThis, the gang at Schmoyoho puts the whole Freudian episode to music as only they can.
There can be no doubt that the 2020 campaign season is a replay of the 2016 edition. But there’s another reason why everything we’re hearing from both parties sounds so familiar.
Quite simply, Democrats and Republicans rely on a template of sorts to produce their TV ads — ads designed to demonize their political opponents while attempting to make their guy look like the right choice.
In this parody of nearly every political ad you’ve ever seen on TV, Reason TV’s Remy reveals the secret marketing strategy used in politics today.
Conservative Comedy and Remy want to remind you that in this 2020 campaign season, you can’t trust a guy with graphics like this.
Have a great weekend!
David Leach is the owner of the Strident Conservative. He holds people of every political stripe accountable for their failure to uphold conservative values, and he promotes those values instead of political parties.