To begin with, if you are serious about working with the Governor to fight coronavirus, you give him more than 30 seconds to respond before you post your letter to twitter. Although I wouldn’t put it past #DirtyDanny … or #FlatulentFeltes if you prefer … to have tweeted before he even sent the letter to Sununu.
Moreover, the substance of the letter is obviously not a sincere offer to work together to fight coronavirus, but a campaign attack-ad disguised as such: “highest healthcare costs in the nation”, ” … health crisis with little increased capacity … “. Basically the substance of the letter is “you suck.”
Needless to say, the Flatulent-One is practically rooting for New Hampshire to be hit … and hit hard … by coronavirus. So he can pull out his little letter and blame the Governor and say “I warned you.”
How low can #DirtyDanny go? Pretty damn low. Appallingly low.