Patrick Morrisey, the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, apparently has nothing to say. For example, Morrisey's last eight Twitter comments are all about President Trump. Earlier today, he retweeted Trump's latest attack on the NFL:
Trump is desperate for some positive strokes and so he does what he usually does in that situation: he tosses some racist fodder to his supporters. Morrisey doesn't even comment upon Trump's tweet, he just passes it along. (What does the NFL have to do with West Virginia, anyway?) Yesterday, Morrisey tweeted three times and all three were about Trump (including one which included a video clip of Trump attacking Manchin). You need to go back to Tuesday to find Morrisey commenting upon something other than the president.
Apparently, this is all Morrisey has. No insights, no ideas, nothing but his dedication to all things Trump. Yesterday, Politico analyzed the contest:
Republican reeling vs. Manchin in key Senate race
As part of the analysis, the reporter talked to Morrisey about his strategy:
Morrisey has wholly embraced Trump. In the interview, he declined to name a single issue on which he disagreed with the president. He's previously joked he wants the whole Trump family to buy vacation homes in the state and set up shop between now and November. He repeated that joke this week, and called Trump a "difference-maker" in the race.