Political commentator Bill Mitchell, who was once a Trump supporter, now constantly attacks the former president while doting on Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
In one of his most recent attacks, Mitchell suspects that Trump is autistic. He then goes further to add, “While brilliant on policy, he’s a bit of an idiot on the details and interpersonal skills.” In case you missed his point he tries to make it even clearer with, “In other words, he can play Beethoven by ear but can’t tie his own shoes.”
“Tucker Carlson has implied that Trump has autism. I have actually thought this myself in the past as at times, Trump seems to be a bit of an idiot savant. While brilliant on policy and the big picture, he’s a bit of an idiot on the details and interpersonal skills. In other words, he can play Beethoven by ear but can’t tie his own shoes.”
Mitchell seems to be campaigning for the unannounced DeSantis or at least trying to advocate for DeSantis to run as hard as he can. Mitchell sounds desperate in his tweets for the Governor of Florida to throw his hat in the ring.
He is certainly no longer in Trump’s camp, criticizing the former President on what seems to be a daily basis. It seems Mitchell has come down with TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome). He can’t stop obsessing negatively about the former president.
It also appears that Mitchell is insulting folks with autism, claiming that they can’t tie their shoes. This seems like an unacceptable thing to do in our opinion and if this is how DeSantis fans are going to act, it’s not going to make him look good.
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