Misadventures of a minority-elect President 137

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 contempt for American democracy and the government institutions that keep it honest begin today’s misadventures of our minority-elect Loser-in-Chief, 44 States – so far – refuse to hand over voter data to Trump’s fraudulent ‘voter integrity commission’ for obvious reasons, despite the ‘fake news’ claims from our fake president, more Americans trust CNN than Trump, our national embarrassment’s misuse of plausible deniability – there’s a major difference between it and being profoundly stupid, America’s worst-ever president’s phony patriotism charades awed his supporters while making him look foolish to the majority, how Trump is the greatest threat facing America and more.

The biggest threat to American democracy isn’t Trump’s uncivil speech article from The Guardian. –

The biggest threat against American democracy is the contempt our Loser-in-Chief directs against it and the institutions that keep government honest.

Trump and Allies: It’s the F**k-You Presidency article from AlterNet. –

Trump and the GOP brown shirts enablers that support him are all about contempt for the media, facts and truth, and anyone else who challenges their profound corruption.

GOP Official Quits Voter Fraud Panel As 41 States Refuse To Hand Over Data article from Talking Points Memo. –

It appears the word is out about our national embarrassment’s fraudulent ‘voter integrity commission’ and their deceitful end game – that number has since risen to 44 States.

Poll: More Americans trust CNN than Trump article from The Hill. –

All the bogus cries of ‘fake news’ by our fake president are for naught – unless you’re in the minority that ‘elected’ him:

“A new online poll finds that Americans trust CNN, The Washington Post and The New York Times more than President Trump, Axios reported Tuesday.

But amid Trump’s ongoing war against the press, trust is largely split among partisan lines, with 89 percent of Republicans viewing Trump as more trustworthy than CNN while 91 percent of Democrats think the opposite.

Among all adults, trust for CNN is 7 points ahead of Trump; among independents, CNN wins by 15 points.

Trump on Sunday tweeted a doctored video of a wrestling match between himself and CNN, escalating an ongoing war of rhetoric between the president and the cable news outlet, which he has repeatedly dismissed as “fake news.”…”

Presidential Misogyny: From Jefferson to Trump article from Counter Punch. –

It appears Trump’s GOP brown shirts are getting fed up with our popular vote losing president’s attacks on women…

Why the Media’s Defense Against Trump Has Proven So Ineffective article from The Atlantic. –

Instead of playing the victim card the media needs to convince the public how Trump’s delusional dipshittery hurts them too.

Plausible deniability: The drug that President Trump can’t stop abusing article from The Washington Post. –

Trump has weaponized and exploited plausible deniability – but he’s too stupid to figure that he’s doing it wrong…

Donald Trump Asked Twitter A Question. It Really Didn’t Go Well. article from The Huffington Post. –

Note to Mr. President: Asking a dictator if he has nothing better to do with his life while wasting yours creating fake news and posting propaganda videos won’t end well:

“President Donald Trump slammed North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un on Twitter on Monday after the country’s latest missile test.

Trump, who has previously praised Kim as a “smart cookie,” also asked a question: “Does this guy have anything better to do with his life?”

Well, the president asked … and the denizens of Twitter had an immediate response, with thousands of replies within minutes.

Here are some of those answers:…”

Media’s Propaganda War on Syria in Full Flow article from The Centre for Research on Globalization. –

A reflection of the lies we’re fed about what is really happening in Syria, some of which are fueled by Trump’s fallacies to enable his war crimes there.

‘What Is The First Word That Comes To Mind When You Think Of Donald Trump? article from The Smirking Chimp. –

The first word that came to mind when Quinnipiac asked in May about America’s worst-ever president is ‘idiot.’

Kellyanne Conway Makes Least Self-Aware Statement of Her Career for Fourth of July article from The Independent Journal Review. –

The chump in the White House and the miscreants that he calls an administration are the gifts that keep on giving…

Trump’s Phony Patriotism Clashes With the Radical Roots of America the Beautiful and the Pledge of Allegiance article from Common Dreams. –

Flag-waving patriotism rooted in xenophobia and racism when you have no mandate or credibility isn’t patriotic:

“Most Americans are unaware that much of our patriotic culture—including many of the leading symbols and songs—was created by people with decidedly progressive sympathies.”

“We all salute the same great American flag,” President Donald Trump told an enthusiastic crowd at a rally of evangelical Christians and military veterans at the Kennedy Center on Saturday.

Wearing his flag label pin, Trump appeared on a stage decorated with a massive American flag. The audience—many of them decked out in red, white, and blue—waved miniature American flags. As he walked off the stage after his 35-minute speech, the First Baptist Dallas Orchestra played “You’re a Grand Old Flag.”

Before Trump addressed the crowd, a choir performed religious hymns along with “America the Beautiful.”

The event was designed to wrap Trump himself in the flag, religion and the military in anticipation of July 4. To Trump and his followers, these are symbols of patriotism. In Trump’s worldview, that means “America First,” deporting undocumented immigrants, restricting visitors from Muslim countries, and withdrawing from the Paris climate accord and other international agreements…”

The Nation, the Idea and the Will of Good People article from Truthout. –

Finding reason to celebrate the first Fourth of July with our dimwitted dip shit in office – despite the mountain of lies and other misgivings that constantly spew from his mouth and fingertips.

CNN Has Just the Response to Trump’s Incessant Bragging About the Market article from AlterNet. –

19 times Trump bashed employment numbers as being fake… now that he’s President they magically prove the greatness of his presidency – just one example of life in Trump’s land of delusion.

Kobach Under Fire as Pushback to ‘Repugnant Voter Data Demand Swells article from Common Dreams. –

The vice chair of Trump’s fraudulent ‘voting integrity’ commission accused of violating the Hatch Act…

The greatest threat facing the United States is its own president article from The Washington Post. –

Dangers America faces due to the fatally flawed presidency of Donald Trump and his cabal:

“Last week, at the Aspen Ideas Festival, I moderated a panel on U.S. national security in the Trump era. On the panel, former CIA director David H. Petraeus offered the most robust defense of President Trump’s foreign policy that I have heard. Central to his premise were two facts. First, he argued that Trump’s national security team was the strongest he had ever seen. Next, he argued that whereas President Barack Obama was indecisive to the point of paralysis, such as in the case of Syria, Trump is decisive.

Toward the end of the conversation, we turned to Trump’s erratic behavior and I noted that for the first time in three decades in the world of foreign policy, I was getting regular questions about the mental health of the president.

I asked Petraeus, a man I respect, if he thought the president was fit to serve. His response was, “It’s immaterial.” He argued that because the team around Trump was so good, they could offset whatever deficits he might have. I was floored. It was a stunningly weak defense.

That is where we are now. The president’s tweeting hysterically at the media is just an element of this. So too is his malignant and ever-visible narcissism. The president has demonstrated himself to have zero impulse control and a tendency to damage vital international relationships with ill-considered outbursts, to trust very few of the people in his own government, and to reportedly rant and shout at staff and even at the television sets he obsessively watches…”

Trump Puts A Twist On The Meaning Of ‘Bully Pulpit’ article from NPR. –

Until our last disgraceful presidential election the bully at the pulpit was – with the exception of 2000 – relatively intelligent unlike the illegitimate, minority-elect President we have now.

Have a safe and happy Fourth of July everyone.

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