They call it “what about-ism.” It’s when someone makes a critical statement about someone and you respond with “what about” the time so-and-so did something worse.
Donald Trump has accused Joe Biden of being “against the Bible” and “against God.” That he wants to “hurt God.”
I want to revisit that idiocy for just a moment.
You see, that Donald Trump — of all people! — would say such a thing is laughable on its face … except that it isn’t funny.
Biden is a lifelong practicing Roman Catholic. Trump has no religious experience that anyone has been able to identify.
Then there’s this:
Trump has admitted to never asking for God’s forgiveness; he once had a one-night stand with a porn star (allegedly) and then paid her 130 grand to keep quiet about an event he said never occurred; Trump also boasted to a TV host that he grabbed women by their genitals because he was a “celebrity” and that his celebrity status enabled him to “move on them like a bit**.”
Trump’s assertion about the presumed Democratic Party presidential nominee must be judged for what it is: a cheap, tawdry political stunt.