Chronicling the misadventures of our minority-elect President’s alternate reality, alternative facts and the miscreants that comprise his administration so you don’t have to:
Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey – who reportedly sought more funds for Russia probe before Trump fired him – could cause serious blow back, our illegitimate President’s latest attempts of overturning his Muslim Ban fails miserably – for obvious reasons – and tarnishes the lawyers that foolishly try to defend it, echoing Nixon during Watergate could fuel deeper probes into his Russia scandal, Trump lets anger over his Russia scandal get the best of him as his problems multiply, innocent people don’t normally act the way Trump is acting, Flynn subpoenaed by Senate Intel Committee, the bull shit spewed by our inept leader and his miscreantic administration is starting to be noticed for what it is – which a recent poll shows is turning into bad news for him, Reporter arrested for asking a corrupt Trump-appointee a question, a look back at 1967 offers insight into fighting back against Trump, some try – and will fail – to stop protests when they become so powerful and a lot more.
The Memo: Trump ignites firestorm article from The Hill. –
Trump appears to be echoing Nixon during Watergate again with his poorly-timed dismissal of his FBI Director, allegedly over Clinton’s emails, that could haunt him badly in his short-lived illegitimate Presidency.
Trump sent 4 tweets on the Sally Yates hearing. Not one of them was entirely accurate. article from CNN. –
Our twittering wannabe tyrant wonders why the majority that didn’t vote for him fondly refer to him as our lackluster Liar-in-Chief…
Trump Poisons His Own Laws article from Slate. –
All is not well in Trump’s land of delusion as his latest attempt of overturning his Muslim Ban fails miserably and taints those who foolishly try to defend it.
Trump’s firing of Comey seems ‘suicidal’ – but it could ‘energize’ the Russia probe article from Business Insider. –
Shades of Nixon redux:
“President Donald Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James Comey, who was leading an investigation into whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 election, would be viewed as “suicidal” in any other administration.
“In any normal administration, firing the director of the FBI during an investigation of the administration would be viewed as suicidal,” said Robert Deitz, a former top lawyer for the CIA and the National Security Agency who served under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.
“This of course is not a normal administration,” he added. “But no matter what, this will create a firestorm that will disturb even Trump loyalists on the Hill.”
Most Democrats and a handful of Republicans were quick to condemn Trump’s decision to fire Comey, who was in the middle of investigating the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia when he was unexpectedly fired on Tuesday evening…”
Trump takes shot at Democrats, says they ‘play so sad!’ on Comey’s firing article from AOL News. –
What’s sad is that our Ignoramus-in-Chief actually believes he’s fooling anyone.