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:
Our minority-elect president’s misadventures today begin with members of his own party admitting they’re leader is a major problem as his mental capacities continue diminishing, why Trump’s propaganda is growing more useless with each passing day, our Liar-in-Chief caught making up phone calls with world leaders and the Boy Scouts while losing what little credibility he has left – which is little if any at all, Trump’s ignorance and distractions are proving costly to Americans, being of unsound mind it’s easy for Trump to make himself great in his land of delusion, pondering whether or not Trump is a pathological liar or taking cues from a Russian propaganda playbook with his constant spewing of lies as his popularity hits another all-time low, much of the minority that ‘elected’ our fraudulent lame duck president are beginning to realize they were conned and much more.
‘We Pretended That the Emperor Wasn’t Naked’ article from The Atlantic. –
Some in the GOP are beginning to admit our popular vote losing president has some serious deficits.
Robert Reich: House Republicans Are Convinced Trump Is out of His Gourd article from AlterNet. –
America’s worst-ever president’s diminishing mental capacity is beginning to have serious repercussions…
Trump’s approval rating is historically low. It’s also terrifyingly high. article from The Week. –
The fact that a third of this country still approves of America’s worst-ever president speaks volumes.
Making Sense of the Big WaPo Story and the False Statement article from Talking Points Memo. –
More on the latest grounds for bringing our lame duck Loser-in-Chief up on obstruction charges:
“Straight news reporters have to work within many important conventions. These both limit the scope of their work but are equally critical to doing that work properly and effectively. I was reminded of this when reading last night’s blockbuster report in The Washington Post.
The kernel of the Post report is a much more total and dramatic report of something we knew more tenuously in near contemporaneous reports a month ago: that President Trump had himself been involved in crafting the original statement that his son Don Jr. released in response to the original New York Times report about his June 2016 meeting with that Russia lawyer. That alone represented a stunning failure on the part of his aides. Since they implicated the President in both the knowledge of those events and whatever misstatements were included in the response to them – something with possibly severe legal implications. What the Post now reports is that not only was Trump the apparently sole author of the false statement – he apparently dictated the copy – but that he overruled his top aides and advisors to construct that false statement.
This is a fact of immense consequence.
Based around that central nugget of news are several other points which become clear on reading. One is the Kushner team’s interest in transparency. This is not credible, to put it mildly. That doesn’t mean the factual account is untrue in its narrow particulars. It may have been Kushner lawyer Abbe Lowell’s strategy with the particular evidence of this meeting or in conversations with the Post for this story. But the global message is hardly credible…”
Trump points to dubious proof of his supposed historic greatness article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –
Being of unsound mind the president is able to create all kinds of greatness with no effort whatsoever.