In two of its latest ads, “Covey Spreader” and “Seriously,” the Lincoln Project pokes fun at Donald Trump’s incompetence in handling the Coronavirus and the Presidency in general.
In the first ad, Donald Trump is the “Covey Spreader.” The narrator calls him “pretty crazy who has no regard for any other person whatsoever.”
He and his supporters (fellow Covey Spreaders like Mike Lee and Don Jr.’s girlfriend) helped spread the virus or ignored safety protocols without any regards for others at:
- The Amy Conney Barrett Supreme Court Announcement at the White House.
- The Republican National Convention.
- The First Presidential Debate.
- The Vice Presidential Debate (making fun of the fly on Pence’s head was hilarious.)
- Campaign Rallies.
The ad, which does contain inappropriate language for children, concludes with the narrator saying:
“Covey Spreader don’t care if they die. He just dances. He don’t give a f–k…And of course, what’s everyone going to take home with them tonight besides this nasty image? COVID.”
Stanford researchers have estimated that 30,000 people have contracted the Coronavirus thanks to Trump and Pence holding their maskless superspreader rallies.
The second ad, “Seriously,” the Lincoln Project points to the numerous instances when Mr. Trump showed he was ill-equipped for the Presidency.
It showed when:
- He walked up to Air Force One with toilet paper on his shoe and he could not get the umbrella in the plane.
- He drew the marker extending the hurricane forecast.
- Making obtuse comments.
- Fumbling papers and documents.
- Inappropriate behavior at diplomatic functions.
The narrator says the Presidency “takes a lot of qualities that you (Trump) just don’t have like compassion, human decency, and basic reading skills.”
The narrator then sarcastically says that Mr. Trump has other good qualities like his appearance, ability to dance, and memory capacity.
The ad gets better when the narrator says:
“Don’t beat yourself up. Not everyone can be a two termer. Well, this guy (Obama) was. Oh yeah, that guy (Bush) too. Okay, ignore that (Clinton,) it doesn’t matter because loser doesn’t automatically mean “a loser. Or a failure. Or a national disgrace.”
The ad concludes with:
“And sure, historians will document you as being a blight on America’s presidential legacy. And yes, future generations will refer to you as “that turd sandwich that accidentally won an election one time. But heh, at least you’re rich. Am I right? Uh…right?”
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