With less than 50 days to go before the presidential election, things are at stake. So much so that this week Donald Trump was not only in a room with rusty, in fact somehow undecided, voters in a televised town hall for some reason, but also Scientific American The magazine has also approved a presidential candidate for the first time in its 1
“In the heart of Scientific AmericanCriticism is Trump’s abysmal response to COVID-19, “noted Stephen Colbert on Wednesday night.” He denied science. He lied about science. He made fun of science. On November 3rd, he’s desperate that you forget why you’re standing three feet apart and why you’re wrapped up like the guys who came to take ET away. “
Colbert went through some of the blatant lies and bizarre statements Trump made during the ABC town hall, including talking about questioners, the grumpy or confused look of simple questions about health care and systemic racism, and even blaming Joe Biden – the * Notes * not currently checked by the President – for not granting a federal mask mandate.
“Oh, this is a brutal abolition of President Biden,” Colbert nodded. “You know what, now that I think about it, Joe Biden might not deserve another four years. Maybe we should give this blonde newbie a chance.”
Trump also once again boldly denied that he made a conscious choice to downplay the dangers of the March pandemic, despite saying in a recording that he did just that because he was absolutely everywhere this week.
“I don’t know why Donald Trump thinks all of this will work,” Colbert said. “He wants you to ignore reality. And I think he makes reality so bad that this becomes an appealing option.”