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Demented Old Man Trump Gets Confused on Stage and Says Biden Won a Nobel Peace Prize

Donald Trump hosted a crowded indoor campaign rally Sunday in Nevada, ignoring objections by the governor and others that he might have spread COVID-19 to unknown numbers of people.

“Tonight, President Donald Trump is taking reckless and selfish actions that are putting countless lives in danger here in Nevada,” said Gov. Steve Sisolak, a Democrat. “The president appears to have forgotten that this country is still in the middle of a global pandemic.”

Trump, who has held outdoor rallies in recent months, said the owner of the building near Las Vegas thought it was “unfair” for the president to be denied permission for indoor events.

“Tell your governor to open up your state,” Trump told hundreds of supporters – most of them packed together on a factory floor, many of them not wearing masks given out by the Trump campaign. However, those directly behind Trump on the risers, and those who were on camera, were required to wear masks.

Otherwise, Trump delivered his standard stump speech, filled with full-throated attacks on opponent Joe Biden and the Democrats over violence in cities, energy development, running mate Kamala Harris, foreign policy, trade, immigration, and the party’s “left-wing” agenda.

We got this wonderful moment, where Trump dismisses the Constitution and said he will stay beyond two terms.

We then got to hear the Deplorables chant “LOCK HIM UP” when Trump accused Obama of spying on his campaign, which never happened.

Sometimes I just want to give up:

We also got to hear Trump’s version of a Hispanic accent.

Trump was very slurry as usual, and told him normal lies. It’s truly amazing how Trump just stand up there and lies. And no one even cares anymore. We are desensitized. No cable networks even covered this rally because it’s the same ol’ lies and nothing ever changes.

At one point Trump claimed that Biden had won the Nobel Prize. And seriously, wouldn’t that be amazing? Biden wins the election this November and wins the Nobel the following year?

Twitter had a field day:


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