Image of the Day: This ‘honest mistake’ shows what miserable wretches the Dems have become

Image of the Day: This ‘honest mistake’ shows what miserable wretches the Dems have become
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Republicans don’t have to lift a finger to prove how repulsive Democrats are. They are proving it themselves each and every day.

Consider the photo above, published online by the Lubbock County (Texas) Democratic Party. Great picture, right? It shows four generations of U.S. presidents and, except in the case of George H. W. Bush, their wives. Pres. Bush, the Elder’s, wife wasn’t able to pose for the photo, mainly because it was taken at her funeral.

But the picture tells an incomplete story. To understand why, compare it with the one below. It is the same photograph, but in this case it is uncropped, revealing that the current first lady, Melania Trump, was also in attendance to pay her and her husband’s respects.

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The Lubbock County Democratic Party insists the omission of Mrs. Trump was an “innocent mistake.”

Not everyone on Twitter was willing to buy that explanation.

https://twitter.com/FedUp610/status/989353291552382977?tfw_creator=jubals&tfw_site=jubals&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fpowderedwigsociety.com%2Fbush-funeral-photo%2F

One person took a whimsical approach to what was obviously a shenanigan, regardless of what the Dems claim.

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Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison is an ex-Army officer and stone-cold patriot on a mission to restore strict obedience to the U.S. Constitution. He is editor of the blog Powdered Wig Society.


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