Iowa State Sen. Tony Bisignano (D-Des Moines) has been unwavering in his harsh criticisms of President Donald J. Trump as well as Trump supporters.
And, while Bisignano says he “hates all this,” it was Trump who started this “divisional sh*t.”
“Trump didn’t respect the office. That’s where it starts. No one in history has pulled this election overthrow sh*t. He knows he lost fairly. This is the game to him. Our democracy depends on Americans trusting our elections or we go the way of Latin American countries. This is a coup any way you want to look at it. It’s criminal, but most appalling is he’s open about it.”
Bisignano said he made a New Year’s resolution for 2021.
“Don’t argue with Trumper’s because they will never realize how ignorant they are,” he said.
When Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani tested positive for COVID, Bisignano called it “karma.”
“Isn’t it great to live in a country where you can travel and expose thousands of people to COVID trying to destroy democracy. Then have the greatest medical care waiting for you when karma hits. Four Seasons Hospital would be appropriate!”
Bisignano has called President Trump a “threatening nut job.”
“Republicans are sitting by watching this lunatic terrorize anyone in his way,” he wrote. “He has taken your party hostage and is trying to destroy our democratic elections and you stand in fear and denial…You have contributed to the greatest stain on our American presidency.”
Bisignano posted a link to a story about flight attendants dealing with “Trump rioters.” He hinted that Trump supporters are “ignorant, obnoxious, dangerous and deplorable.”
Bisignano says that President Trump just “says whatever pops in his mind. Usually a lie, but most times it’s stupidity.”
He also criticized Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, saying that her loyalty to President Trump has “cost Iowans their livelihood, their health and their lives.”
Bisignano called Stephen Miller an “evil person” who carries the “stain” of child separation and family separation for people breaking the law by illegally entering America.