Remember yesterday’s Biden tweet?
This is, somehow, a fact that makes the whole ad better https://t.co/TsnDWN1fJH
— The Cyberpunk Landsknecht (@cakotz) August 6, 2020
Car news is to the Michigan press what entertainment news is to LA, or political news to DC:
— Kathy Gray (@michpoligal) August 6, 2020
… GM spokesman Jim Cain,when asked about an electric Corvette,said company policy is to decline to discuss future products.
But GM has said it will have an all-electric lineup across its brands one day, with Cadillac being the lead brand for that technology. Cadillac’s boss has said the brand lineup will be nearly all-electric by 2030.
GM did not plant any tip about an all-electric variant of the Corvette in Biden’s ear, said Jeannine Ginivan, GM spokeswoman.
“I don’t know who ‘they’ are who told him that, but we don’t have any news about any new electric Corvette,” Ginivan said, reiterating that GM does not discuss future product. “We are excited about the line of vehicles we have coming. We have the GMC Hummer electric pickup and tonight the Lyriq (SUV) reveal.”…
Explanation: Yep, Joe Biden actually is interested in classic cars — he doesn’t just play a ‘Vette guy for the pollsters.
Immediately underneath that, ‘More Tweets’…
Wishing my friend @GovMikeDeWine good health and a speedy recovery.
— Governor Gretchen Whitmer (@GovWhitmer) August 6, 2020
Another prominent Repub’s caught the ‘Rona…
— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) August 6, 2020
(I’m sure Gov. Whitmer actually likes her Ohio counterpart, but all relationships between Michigan & Ohio are… historically fraught.)