July 4 is one of the very best days of the yr. For most, it means good climate, fireworks, beer, barbecue, and a celebration of the best nation on the earth. That seems like an awesome custom. However, MSNBC contributor and former Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) disagrees. McCaskill has different plans.
“We’re going to start a new family tradition in my family,” McCaskill introduced on Morning Joe Friday.
“On the Fourth of July and every Fourth of July going forward, we’re going to watch that video that The New York Times put together of January 6.”
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— “Dr.” Jack Battier (@OneEyeBlackJack) July 2, 2021
The New York Times video, by the way in which, is 40 minutes lengthy. So, please, don’t shoot fireworks off close to McCaskill’s neighborhood till the video is over.
Just since you wish to take pleasure in your vacation doesn’t imply you must cease others from ruining theirs.
Jealousy is a horrible feeling. Yet that’s the sensation McCaskill simply precipitated. While others are caught on the seashore looking for scorching ladies in pink, white, and blue bikinis, McCaskill will probably be inside watching a riot from seven months in the past.
I get these bonfires and grilled steaks don’t examine to the fun of watching the QAnon Shaman stroll round with headgear, however be grateful you get to eat.
There’s all the time going to be somebody higher off than you. That’s true in your profession, and now due to Claire McCaskill, that’s true of July 4.
How precisely did Missouri residents vote McCaskill out of workplace in 2018 for Josh Hawley? What isn’t to love about McCaskill?