I’ve been through the speakers ‘schedule for the Republican politician National Convention, and nowhere can I find Tommy Tuberville on the program. Possibly I just missed it.
Thinking about how this convention is presuming, however, Tuberville would be a natural. He enjoys Donald Trump, nearly in an unpleasant method. And this convention is profoundly sycophantic, so Tubs would fit right in.
So where is he?
Incumbent U.S. Sen. Doug Jones, D-Alabama, was a speaker at last week’s Democratic National Convention. Tuberville came out and stated all sorts of nasty features of Jones after he spoke.
But Jones had the courage to speak at the Dems’ convention, knowing that lightweights like Tuberville and Terry Lathan, chair of the Alabama Republican Celebration, would take unjust chance ats him. Jones was unfazed– sticks and stones and all that.
Why didn’t Lathan encourage Coach Tommy to speak at the four-day GOP event? It’s not like he would have to go to Washington D.C. and break the city’s quarantine law like he did while fundraising in the nation’s capital just recently. He could have offered his speech from his home. Even the house in Florida.
And there’s no technique getting on the Republicans’ speaking schedule, particularly when you are as in love with Trump as Tubby is.
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The Republicans could have utilized more speakers without the surname “Trump.” It must have been difficult to discover them, thinking about a lot of the speakers were Trump’s own member of the family.
Where was Mary Trump, by the way?
However I digress. If Tuberville had anything to say, he must have asked to say it on that nationwide stage and be seen by Trump sycophants the world over.
The Ku Klux Klan might have seen Tubs on their 77-inch 4K UHD tv and offered up its essential recommendation (Trump gets them all the time). Tubby might have impressed the “boogaloo” young boys, that far-right extremist group that wants to take control of the government (tip: Use your Hawaiian t-shirt, Coach). He could have interested the QAnon crowd, and helped remove that Democratic Party-run pedophile ring that works out of pizzerias (some with basements, even).
These were substantial missed opportunities, so we need to question Tuberville’s judgment.
And if the surveys are right, and Democrats take both the Senate and White Home, Tuberville would be without even a little authority if he wins. His colleagues would hardly speak with him– and definitely not those on the other side of the aisle.
Who loses in that setup? Not Tuberville. He wants the “power”(despite the fact that that’s less power than being a college football coach, even an average one, when your celebration isn’t in control in Washington).
There’s no chance, nevertheless, that Tuberville can do for Alabama what Jones can do if he’s re-elected. Jones is highly effective even as a member of the minority celebration in the Senate. No telling just how much Alabama will benefit with Jones in the Senate as a member of the celebration in control.
I simply don’t understand why Tuberville would miss out on the chance to speak at his party’s national political convention. The exposure would be excellent, even originating from a convention where speakers declare that Trump is a god and “Sleepy” Joe Biden is the antichrist himself.
Tubs’ fans would have loved to see him speak at the RNC, perhaps right after Kimberly Guilfoyle, Don Jr.’s sweetheart, went completely off the rails Monday night. Or maybe on Night 2, before Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke, proving lastly, without a doubt, that he truly is a pompous ass. Wednesday night, Tuberville could have preceded governmental therapist Kellyanne Conway, mom of the year, and likely might have picked up some tips on lying for the president and neglecting your household, 2 locations of expertise Tuberville might require.
The possibilities were endless. But no place– no place on that lengthy schedule that consisted of the St. Louis gun-toting couple and the Covington, Kentucky, kid who, wearing a red MAGA hat, confronted a Native American at the Lincoln Memorial– was Tommy Tuberville to be discovered.
So we can come to just one conclusion: Tuberville actually doesn’t have anything to say.Source: alreporter.com