It’s Thanksgiving Day, so I hope you’re reading this in a tryptophan coma. With that in mind, I’ll keep this short(er than usual).
Personally, I have a lot to be thankful for this year, but I’m not going to bore you with those details because A) the stories would be meaningless to you without a lot of explanation, which goes against the idea behind the first paragraph, and B) some are still resolving themselves and I don’t want to jinx anything.
But collectively there should be much rejoicing for many reasons, none greater than what President Donald Trump promised to do on one very important point: some water is disappearing from the swamp.
This draining, which admittedly more resembles a hole in the lining of an above ground pool than a hemorrhage, is still more water removed from the swamp than over the last decade, so it’s a huge step in the right direction. For that draining, I am very thankful.
Ever since the story of what Democratic Party mega-donor and Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is really like when the cameras aren’t rolling on the red carpet or in the Hamptons hanging with the Clintons and other of the world’s richest people, more and more people in the world of Hollywood and politics have been exposed as the perverted frauds they are.
The fastest way to drain the swamp is to simply expose it – sunlight does aid in evaporation, after all.
None of the draining that has happened is a result of any action taken by the president, but it matters less why it gets done than it does that the deed get done.
The list of people “done” under the latest round of dominos falling is extensive and impressive. Kevin…