Trump takes a lap as Mitt Romney is booed off stage

No matter how badly things might be going for you, sooner or later, your luck has to change. You catch a break. Finally, there’s some light at the end of the tunnel.

No matter how badly things might be going for you, sooner or later, your luck has to change. You catch a break. Finally, there’s some light at the end of the tunnel.

For Donald Trump, last weekend was that moment.

How sweet it was, as Jackie Gleason might have said. On Monday, POTUS issued a torrent of emails (since he’s still banned from Twitter) pointing out the sudden travails of his foes.

First it was Sen. Willard M. Romney being booed at the Utah state Republican convention, and almost being censured for his treachery against Trump.

Mitt was hooted down big-time with catcalls of “Communist!” and “Traitor!” to which he responded:

“You know me as a person who says what he thinks –“

Yep, Willard says what he thinks. That’s why he concocted that bogus Twitter account under the fake name “Pierre Delecto.” Because he’s not afraid to say what he thinks.

Needless to say, Trump couldn’t resist a shot.

“So nice to see RINO Mitt Romney booed off the stage,” he wrote of the Utah GOP. “They are among the earliest to have figured this guy out, a stone-cold loser.”

Then there was the special Congressional election in north Texas Saturday to replace the late GOP Congressman Ron Wright. After Trump endorsed his widow, she finished first in a 23-person “jungle primary.”

The runner-up was another Republican, which means two GOP candidates in the final. The leading Democrat candidate promoted herself as for “working families,” which in modern Democrat parlance means, “non-working non-families.” She finished third.

But what had to be even more satisfying to Orange Man Bad was the fate of the never-Trump Republican in the fight, one Michael Wood. He brought in rabid Trump-hating GOP Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois to campaign for him.

Michael Wood, Republican Never Trumper, finished ninth, with 3% of the vote.

Afterward, Wood went on CNN (of course) and whined that his pathetic showing was a “sad commentary,” not on his own pathetic campaign, but on the Republican party.

The voters have spoken, as Dick Tuck once said, damn them.

On CNN, Wood praised the usual GOP suspects — Kinzinger and Pierre Delecto — and added a third name, Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming, another hack with a full-blown case of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

She’s the daughter of former Veep Dick Cheney, which is one reason Trump calls her a “warmongering fool.”

The more Cheney attacks (and votes to impeach) Trump, the more she sinks in her home state polls. So Trump put the blast on her Monday, too, in his avalanche of emails.

“She is so low that her only chance would be if vast numbers of people run against her which, hopefully, won’t happen.”

There was other good news for the president. Another weekend election in Texas was in Austin, a deep-blue island in the sea of red that is the Lone Star State. Two years ago, the woke Austin electorate approved homeless “camping” in the city. Allowing free-range hobos has worked out about as well in Austin as it has in, say, San Francisco.

The liberals in Austin just voted 58-42 to ban the bums.

They used to say a conservative is a liberal who’s been mugged. In Austin, a conservative is a liberal who went outside his mansion and stepped into a pile of … well, you know.

Down in Palm Beach, meanwhile, POTUS seems to be enjoying life again. He’s dropped some weight, he works the tables again at Mar-A-Lago like in the old days. Fox News is back on the television in the bar off the main dining room.

But again, what’s not to enjoy? The fake news — NBC, The Washington Post, The New York Times — was busted again making up bogus stories about Rudy Giuliani, the president’s lawyer. They’re not embarrassed, of course, even though they should be.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to beclown himself. On Monday, believe it or not, he blamed Trump for the massacre he committed in the nursing homes.

But at least he’s decided to allow dancing at weddings — unlike the Trump-deranged mayor of Washington, D.C., who at this extremely late date, just when the scam is ending most places, has finally decided to begin banning dancing at weddings.

Better late than never, I suppose.

Even though he hasn’t mentioned it yet, the biggest reason Trump has to be smiling is the statement Monday by his successor, Dementia Joe Biden.

In Virginia, Biden made a truly historic announcement on taxes.

“The reason I’m bothering to do this,” he said, “is I keep hearing in the press, ‘Biden is going to raise your taxes.’ Anybody making less than $400,000 a year will not pay a single penny in taxes.”

Dementia Joe really said that — not a single penny in taxes! Finally, something for working families who are real families who really work, i.e., Trump voters.

Living well is the best revenge. As Donald J. Trump may finally be learning.

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