Today’s highly interesting read (07/02/20): The Strategies of Dementia Politics

Today’s read is from one of the great columnists of our time, Victor Davis Hanson,  the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and the author, most recently, of The Case for Trump. Here’s an excerpt, followed by the entire column:

In the chaos of July, Biden’s handlers have been acclaimed geniuses for anesthetizing him. But in the different season of October, he may finally be forced out from his lockdown, in the wild manner that soon-to-be looters and arsonists at last emerged from quarantine in June — pent-up, angry, incoherent, and self-destructive.

You can read it all here.

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