On the first day of the Republican National Convention, anti-Trump delegates tried to compel a symbolic roll call vote on the convention rules. This is what ensued:
They’re acting like a bunch of damn Democrats.
Note these charming comments about the video from Trump supporters:
Trump has no message for “the fans.”
Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort said disorder outside the convention hall will benefit his candidate. He didn’t say anything about the effect of disorder inside the hall.
"With malice toward none, with charity for all, we will bind up the nation's wounds and apply new gold leaf to Mar-a-Lago." — Melania.
— Jeffrey Goldberg (@JeffreyGoldberg) July 19, 2016
And in response to Republican Congressman Steve King of Iowa, who questioned the contributions of non-white people:
Remember earlier today when @SteveKingIA said Blacks didn't contribute to society? If we don't contribute then why steal our speeches?
— Smooth Kobra (@smoothkobra) July 19, 2016
But Chris Christie raises a good point. Why aren’t people talking about the 93 percent of Melania’s speech that wasn’t plagiarized?
The lesson here is obvious: If you’re going to plagiarize, at least do what Joe Biden did and steal from someone with whom you share similar beliefs– not from the wife of a man whom you believe has brought the country to the brink of disaster.
Further update: And if that’s not enough…
Queen not happy with "We Are The Champions" being used by Trump: https://t.co/c9qN9I91ql
— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) July 19, 2016