May 1, 2020
Timecop (1994) (part 4 of 7)
McComb and his aides leave TEC headquarters in their hyper-futuristic limousine, which looks like someone converted their Pontiac Aztec to look like the Colonial Battlestar, Columbia Class.
Inside the car, McComb’s staffer tells him how hard it will be to win the presidential election. McComb is upset at being told there’s something he can’t do, so he slams the wonk’s face into the wall of the car. This is supposed to indicate that McComb is super-evil, but anyone abusing congressional staffers is kind of okay in my book.
The senator says he’ll bypass the press and buy network airtime to win the presidency. He’s told that he’ll need $50 million to do this, and McComb says that’s the exact amount that Agent Max Walker has already cost him. So he proceeds to plan a meeting with Max to “convince” him to back off.