Just a Moment
I think I may have just figured it out. Trump still not saying a word about the mass shooting in Colorado where three people were killed on Tuesday (and by a white man) is really just his very long Moment of Silence.
This clearly seems to be the way he prefers to deal with tragedy -- well, tragedy that is either committed by a white person or that doesn't fit his more noble agenda. After all, he still has yet to say a word about the mass shooting in Ohio three weeks ago, where three people were killed there, as well. It does stretch the normally accepted definition of "moment" in Moment of Silence, but given the length of time across the universe since its creation, even a decade is barely a blip.
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Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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