The great James Woods puts it to ’em straight.
“Let’s face it. Donald Trump is a rough individual,” Woods tweeted to his 2.73 million followers on Sunday afternoon.
“He is vain, insensitive and raw. But he loves America more than any President in my lifetime,” he added. “He is the last firewall between us and this cesspool called Washington. I’ll take him any day over any of these bums.”
A few hours later, Trump gratefully responded to the tweet.
“I think that is a great compliment. Thank you James!” the president wrote.
Woods and Trump both were on fi-yah over the weekend, burning up the Twitterverse with plenty more in the above rich vein.
Update! More 24-karat-gold Truth. And if you think it ain’t related to the above, better think again.
OCONTO – Some taverns and restaurants in Oconto County opened their doors to customers soon after the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the state’s safer-at-home order late Wednesday afternoon.
Irish Greens Golf Club just northeast of Oconto wasted no time in starting to serve customers, said owner Ken Sikora.
As it happened, a men’s golf league meeting was already planned for 6 p.m. Wednesday, and Sikora opened the bar afterwards.
“People enjoyed it immensely,” he said, adding his customers weren’t the only ones.
“We went out to a couple of bars in town that were open, and there was quite a few people out and about,” Sikora said. “The people who said nobody was going to go out because they’re scared, don’t understand.”
Sikora said he felt the order was unconstitutional.
“You don’t have a right to take away my constitutional rights because you’re afraid to die,” he said. “You don’t have that right. You have the right to stay home…you have the right to protect yourself, to take any safety (steps) you need.”
So simple, so just plain obvious, it shouldn’t even have to be said out loud. And yet.