Tonight is the third and last presidential debate, airing at 9 PM Eastern on nearly every channel, including NBC. Evergreen advice: CSPAN, PBS, or online streaming. No networks or cable stations and their rotten pundits.
This debate is an actual debate and will be “moderated” by Chris Wallace of Fox News who is on record as admitting he will be nothing more than a timekeeper or perhaps a potted plant. Fact-checking is sooooo hard, which is why Joy Reid can do it in real time without knowing the content in advance. (His Twitter handle is @FoxNewsSunday.)
I heard that Roger Ailes and Trump broke up, each claiming the other lacked focus. So, now that his “shackles are off” and he doesn’t have a responsible guide like Roger around, how will he maintain his legendary composure?
Once again, the pundits are pushing their advice on Hillary and raising the bar—hers. She’s gotta do this, she needs to do that, and if she can’t do this other thing…
Hillary, ignore their advice. All you need to do is keep doing what you’ve been doing: Winning.
The media really loves Donald’s reality show format, even those who don’t particularly like Donald. Usually, when you have two normal candidates, they compete against each other in a debate. The media has decided they’d rather have a different game, wherein each candidate needs to beat their personal bests. She must exceed Debate 1 & 2 Hillary whereas he can’t do worse than Debate 1 & 2 Donald. Backwards and in high heels.
I heard one of Donald’s guests will be Obama’s half-brother from Kenya. I have no idea what he has to do with anything.
I am grateful that this is the last time she has to be on the same stage as that disgusting animal.
On the other hand, maybe he won’t show up.
Anyway, for good luck: