Edward Norton calls Trump a ‘whiny‘b—-‘ in Twitter rant: ‘Call his bluff

Edward Norton calls Trump a 'whiny' 'b----' in Twitter rant: 'Call his bluff'

Edward Norton went after 特朗普总统 amid his ongoing legal battle to challenge the results of the 2020 总统选举.

I’m no political pundit but I grew up w a dad who was a federal prosecutor & he taught me a lot & I’ve also sat a fair amount of poker w serious players & l’ll say this: I do not think Trump is trying to ‘make his base happy’ or ‘laying the groundwork for his own networkor that ‘chaos is what he loves.'Norton began a Twitter thread on Friday.

The core of it is that he knows he’s in deep, multi-dimensional legal jeopardy & this defines his every action. We’re seeing 1) a tactical delay of the transition to buy time for coverup & evidence suppression 2) above all, a desperate endgame which is to create enough chaos & anxiety about peaceful transfer of power, & fear of irreparable damage to the system, that he can cut a Nixon-style deal in exchange for finally conceding.


The Oscar-nominated actor expanded on his poker analogy, insisting Trumpdoesn’t have the cardsand that hisbluff after ‘the flop’ has been called in court.

His ‘turn card’ bluff will be an escalation & his ‘River card’ bluff could be really ugly. But they have to be called,” Norton explained. “We cannot let this mobster bully the USA into a deal to save his ass by threatening our democracy. THAT is his play. But he’s got junk in his hand. So call him.

的 “Incredible Hulkstar then leveled several insults against the president.


I will allow that he’s also a whiny, sulky, petulant, Grinchy, vindictive little 10-ply-super-soft b—- who no doubt is just throwing a wicked pout fest & trying to give a tiny-hand middle finger to the whole country for pure spite, without a single thought for the dead & 垂死,” Norton wrote. “But his contemptible, treasonous, seditious assault on the stability of our political compact isn’t about 2024, personal enrichment or anything else other than trying to use chaos & threat to the foundation of the system as leverage to trade for a safe exit. Call. His. Bluff.

Norton added, “Faith in the strength of our sacred institutions & founding principles is severely stretchedbut they will hold. They will. He’s leaving, gracelessly & in infamy. But if we trade for it, give him some brokered settlement, we’ll be vulnerable to his return. We can’t flinch.


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