'Irony is dead': Maria Bartiromo is very concerned about all the time Joe Biden spends in Delaware

'Irony is dead': Maria Bartiromo is very concerned about all the time Joe Biden spends in Delaware
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So in this episode of Sweet Waffle-snarfin' Christ, My Eyes!, Fox host Maria Bartiromo suggests Joe Biden is spending far too much time away from the White House and notes that much of it is being spent in Delaware, the state where—um, oh here it is—Biden's house is.

Seriously, you won't believe this shit. Vox reporter Aaron Rupar, who tweeted out the following clip, notes that irony is dead. Personally, I think it died a long time ago. Here are Bartiromo and Eric Trump sprinkling its ashes into a batch of off-brand brownie mix they expect you to eat later.

Enjoy:


BARTIROMO: "It's worth noting that Biden spent this weekend in Delaware—his fifth trip home since becoming president. That's his sixth weekend away from the White House. We're not even 100 days in. Your reaction to this new administration, Eric?"
TRUMP: "I don't even know where to begin ..."

You don't? really?

How about with this? According to Trumpgolfcount.com, by this point in Donald Trump's term he'd already spent 14 days and seven weekends at his own golf resorts.

7 > 6

You'd think a "business" reporter would be able to figure that out on her own.

Also—and I have no inside info on this, so forgive me if my assumption is off base—I very much doubt that Joe Biden is charging members of his Secret Service detail $650 a pop to sleep on the futon in his basement rec room.

So if Trump runs again … excuse me just a moment …

So if Trump runs again, will he tell his troglodytic horde that he won't see his golf properties again for another four years because he'll be too busy working?

Probably. I mean, why shouldn't he? These people have the memories of first-gen Chernobyl squirrels. They'll believe literally anything, so long as its completely implausible and false.

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