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:
The exponential crises imploding his profoundly corrupt and failed time in office begins today’s misadventures of our malignant minority-elect president*, our national embarrassment believes in justice – except when it applies to him and his corrupt cohorts, our war criminal president* – who can’t seem to figure out whether or not to bomb Syria over what will probably end up being another false flag gas attack or snuggle up with his buddy Putin – is about to commit more war crimes in Syria, still penalizing the poor and the elderly by immoral – and probably illegal – Executive Order, the complete corruption and incompetence of our demented delusionist is on full public display, our illegitimate president* is trapped and his moronic actions only make him look more guilty plus much more.
Day 445: Crises Everywhere for Trump article from Medium. –
It seems each passing day brings a new crisis facing America’s worst-ever president* and each passing day his profound corruption further engulfs his failed presidency.
Donald Trump Actually Thinks He’s Popular article from The Nation. –
Even constantly lying to himself can’t prevent reality from destroying his land of delusion or his failed presidency and it’s costing him bigly.
Donald Trump’s Strange Justice article from The Atlantic. –
Our national embarrassment claims to believe in Justice – except when it applies to him and his corrupt cohorts.
Steve Schmidt Tells The Nation How Corrupt Trump And His Organization Really Are article from PoliticusUSA. –
On the growing delusions of America’s most corrupt-ever president* and the damage being done:
“It is one thing for liberal leaning political analysts or pundits to discuss Mr. Trump’s apparent meltdown yesterday addressing how his long time friend and lawyer, Michael Cohen is now at the center of a federal investigation and quite another to witness Republican strategist, and former John McCain campaign Chief Strategist, Steve Schmidt doing so.
Let’s just say, Mr. Schmidt adds a level of credibility to the discussion. And last night, Mr. Schmidt on his appearance on The Eleventh Hour with Brian Williams guest-hosted by Nicole Wallace, provided viewers with such credibility.
Upon coming back from break, Nicole Wallace told Mr. Schmidt to “Go,” and boy did he. This is what the republican strategist had to say about Mr. Trump, the events which unfolded yesterday with Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen, and the Trump organization itself.
Said, Mr. Schmidt:…”
Critics Warn Any US Attack on Syria Ordered by Trump Would Be ‘Reckless,’ Dangerous,’ and ‘Illegal’ article from Common Dreams. –
Which means our war criminal president* will probably commit more war crimes and – again – attack a country the U.S. is illegally occupying since the vast majority of what he has done in office has been illegal.
Trump’s Efforts To Fire Mueller Backfire As Special Counsel Adds Them To Obstruction Of Justice Investigation article from PoliticusUSA. –
Give our dimwitted dip shit enough rope and he will eventually hang himself – and he’s almost out of it…
TRUMP WANTS PEOPLE TO WORK FOR THEIR WELFARE CHECK article from Newsweek. –
Still penalizing the elderly and the poor by immoral – and probably illegal – Executive Order since he can’t pass laws any other way.
Trump casually admits to obstruction of justice, says he only did it to ‘fight back’ article from ThinkProgress. –
More on the misadventures of our criminal president* who admitted to obstructing justice:
“On Wednesday morning, President Trump tried to make a case that investigators had no good reason to raid the office, home, and hotel room of his longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen. But in doing so, Trump seemed to casually admit to obstruction of justice.
“I (we) are… doing things that nobody thought possible, despite the never ending and corrupt Russia Investigation, which takes tremendous time and focus,” Trump tweeted. “No Collusion or Obstruction (other than I fight back), so now they do the Unthinkable, and RAID a lawyers office for information! BAD!”
Trump tweeted “….doing things that nobody thought possible, despite the never ending and corrupt Russia Investigation, which takes tremendous time and focus. No Collusion or Obstruction (other than I fight back), so now they do the Unthinkable, and RAID a lawyers office for information! BAD!”
Suffice it to say there is no “fighting back” exception to obstruction of justice charges, which were part of the articles of impeachment against Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton…”
Trump’s Military Strike on Syria Will Be Illegal article from The Daily Beast. –
If Trump is stupid enough to bomb Syria again he will be committing more war crimes, regardless of the power he thinks he has.
Trump KNows He’s the Real Target of the FBI Raid on Michael Cohen article from Alternet. –
All the bodies were buried with his lawyer, so you know his being raided had to hurt our nefarious narcissist.
A Timeline Of President Trump’s Endeavor To Obstruct Justice article from Rantt. –
Seeking to add more obstruction of justice charges to his already lengthy list is going to prove costly to our demented delinquent.
The Cohen raid isn’t just bad for Trump. It’s an outright disaster. article from The Week. –
More on why Trump is freaking out so badly about his personal lawyer being raided by the FBI:
“President Trump is either very mad, or very scared, or both. And he has good reason to be.
On Monday, federal agents raided the home and business of Trump’s “personal attorney” Michael Cohen, who in fact is much more than a lawyer. In response, Trump called the raid “an attack on our country” and “a disgrace.” In private, The Washington Post reported, he “stewed all afternoon about the warrant to seize Cohen’s records, at times raising his voice” (I’ll bet). Then Tuesday morning, he blurted out “Attorney-client privilege is dead!” on Twitter, followed a minute later by “A TOTAL WITCH HUNT!!!”
As it happens, attorney-client privilege isn’t dead. Prosecutors have always been able to overcome it and get access to privileged communications and materials, but the Justice Department has an extremely involved process for what’s required by such a request, which is one of the reasons raids like this one are extremely rare. Special Counsel Robert Mueller had to inform Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees his probe; submit a detailed explanation of what he was seeking to the department’s Criminal Division; and get the approval of the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York. It was that U.S. attorney’s office which then prepared a warrant, which they had to get approved by a judge.
In short, a whole bunch of officials had to sign off on this request, and the fact that they did so suggests that Mueller was able to show clear evidence that Cohen had committed a crime. Which wouldn’t exactly come as a surprise to those familiar with Cohen, a character up until now best known for allegedly threatening people and arranging Stormy Daniels’ hush money…”
The Ship Is Sinking. The Rats Are Scrambling. article from Esquire. –
As the reality of his impending demise continues circling the big Orange turd ball occupying the White House, what little is left of his corrupt cabal is heading for the exits.
It’s Starting To Look Like a ‘Mobster Roll-up:’ John Cassidy in The New Yorker. article from The Daily Kos. –
Trump’s alternate reality is losing the battle to reality as he slowly tightens the noose around his own neck…
NYT Editorial Board Unloads On Trump: ‘The Law Is Coming’ article from The Huffington Post. –
More on the many reasons Trump is having his melt down as the scandals he created continue hitting closer to home.
What’s a Guy Gotta Do To Get Impeached in Trump’s Out-of-Control America? article from Common Dreams. –
Normalizing the delusions of our numb nutted nit wit has allowed our illegitimate leader to get away with all kinds of crimes that Congress is doing nothing about, which is why it’s time to indict Trump instead of impeaching him:
“Donald Trump went too far Monday.
And I’m not just talking about the president’s frightening, arms-crossed and panicked-sounding rant on national TV late Monday, when news that FBI agents had raided the home, office, and hotel room of Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, sent the commander-in-chief into a tizzy in which he called a legitimate probe (approved by a judge and federal prosecutors appointed by Trump) a break-in and a “witch hunt” that was “an attack on our country.”
Trump tweeted “A TOTAL WITCH HUNT!!!”
That was pretty outrageous, and yet another case of the president confusing what’s good for the country with what’s good for him — which so often are polar opposites. But I was just as concerned — maybe more so — by a fresh report that got buried, perhaps understandably, in the blizzard of news about the President and the Porn Star Payoff…”
Sinclair Broadcasting Assures Trump, ‘We Are Here To Deliver Your Message.’ article from PoliticusUSA. –
Even Sinclair Broadcasting – the newest player in Trump’s Ministry of Propaganda – won’t be able to save the profoundly corrupt disaster that is the Trump presidency.
Here’s A Poll Trump Won’t Tweet: He Finished Behind Obama In ‘Most Admired’ Survey article from The Huffington Post. –
Sad! All Trump’s demonizing of his predecessor didn’t work and he still lost out to him in a poll about who America admired the most.
The Crazy Grows As Trump Ties To Make Syria Policy On Twitter article from PoliticusUSA. –
Our Twitter tyrant is having a field day acting like the moron that he is while tweeting about maybe bombing Syria, or not…
White House struggles to keep up with Trump’s incoherence on Syria article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC. –
Trump can’t figure out whether to illegally bomb Syria over what could easily be a false flag gas attack to create a distraction or snuggle up to his buddy Putin:
“It was just yesterday morning when Donald Trump rattled much of the world, announcing via Twitter that Russia should “get ready” because the United States was poised to launch missiles in Syria. As Rachel explained on the show last night, the presidential missive caught White House officials and U.S. allies abroad off-guard – because no one knew what Trump was talking about.
Making matters worse, he added this morning that a U.S.-launched attack “could be very soon or not so soon at all!”
The Washington Post had an interesting behind-the-scenes look at developments in the White House, where officials were “proceeding with uncharacteristic deliberation” about the U.S. response to the Syrian government’s latest alleged gas attack, right up until Trump published an odd tweet for the world to see.
White House advisers were surprised by the missive and found it “alarming” and “distracting,” in the words of one senior official. They quickly regrouped and, together with Pentagon brass, continued readying Syria options for Trump as if nothing had happened. […]…”
Trump’s Rush to Judgment on Syrian Chemical Attack: Illegal and Deadly article from Truthout. –
Almost a year ago Trump illegally bombed Syria over what was eventually revealed as a false flag gas attack, and may be stupid enough to do it again.
Firing Rosenstein Won’t Save Trump article from The Atlantic. –
Adding more obstruction of justice charges won’t do our demented delusionist any favors and in fact will make his life a lot more miserable.
Trump Demands to Know Why the World Doesn’t Thank Him article from Alternet. –
Life is getting extremely bumpy in Trump’s land of delusion and he has no idea why…
Trump Loudly Insists That He Is Incompetent article from The Atlantic. –
Surrounding himself with profoundly corrupt lawbreakers and appointing them to high levels in his criminal cabinet and other places in the government is quite revealing:
“Donald Trump’s supporters insist that the public shouldn’t lose faith in the president as Robert Mueller and the Department of Justice delve ever more deeply into his affairs. Sure, his personal attorney’s office was raided and his political associates keep having to strike deals after getting caught breaking the law.
But Trump supporters believe the president when he says that he is a victim of idiocy and corruption—that Jeff Sessions made “a very terrible mistake for the country” by recusing himself from the Russia investigation, that James Comey is out to besmirch his reputation, and that Rod Rosenstein is enabling “a witch hunt.”
Now, I don’t think the evidence supports Trump’s claims. But for the sake of argument, imagine all of that is correct and that his supporters are right to believe it.
That leaves Team #MAGA with an inconvenient problem: While Trump is not a crook in that telling of events, he is nevertheless an utterly incompetent president…”
Trump Temper Tantrum Allows Mueller To Finish Obstruction Of Justice Investigation Soon article from PoliticusUSA. –
Because our moronic lackluster lame duck president* continually throws tantrums on Twitter and usually makes a complete ass of himself, he makes it really easy to continue piling the charges on.
White House terrified that FBI seized Michael Cohen’s audio recordingsL report article from The Raw Story. –
There may actually be tapes from conversations between Trump and Comey that are now in the possession of the FBI and that would royally screw Trump.
Trump Just Asked For The Constitution To Be Changed So He Can Be President For 16 Years article from PoliticusUSA. –
Our Hitler-aspiring wannabe dictator is completely delusional, especially since he most likely won’t survive his first term.
THE INEFFECTIVE EXECUTIVE: HOW TRUMP’S LAZINESS IS DESTROYING HIS PRESIDENCY article from Vanity Fair. –
His laziness is driven by his profound stupidity and his dreams of being America’s dictator:
“Forgive me, because we’re about to take a break from a week of big and mostly horrible news—a rush to intervention in Syria being the worst, a bank robber throwing cash over Taylor Swift’s fence being the best—and instead contemplate something less urgent, like the seemingly insane work style of Donald Trump. Consider it a form of self-care, as they say these days. Some people inhale peppermint smells; others indulge in off-news musing about workdays that last from 11 A.M. to 6 P.M.
To be fair, it’s not entirely divorced from the news. This past weekend, we saw yet another report, this time from Jonathan Swan at Axios, on how little time Donald Trump spends at the office. Swan reports that Trump is spending about seven hours a day in the West Wing, much of it watching TV in the dining room, then taking off for home to watch more TV. This is consistent with other reports suggesting that Trump’s schedule consists largely of coming into the office to scream at people for seven hours and then going home to tear through cheeseburgers and scream at Fox. Even before the feds raided Trump’s lawyer, the president, according to The New York Times, spent his weekend “engaged in few activities other than dinner at the Trump International Hotel.” Policy discussions seem to be so difficult that the president now gets doses of “Policy Time” once or twice a day. Trump has bowed out of a Summit of the Americas trip, sending Mike Pence in his place, so that Trump can focus on Syria, except that Pence seems to be taking the lead on that, too.
One confounding quality of these reports of Trump’s work style is that they’re at once believable and impossible. A lot of things about Donald Trump’s lifestyle seem horrible and believable (the outbursts, the fallings-out, the homes that look like they were decorated by Saddam Hussein), but one thing that seems non-horrible—too good to be true, in fact—is that the man is at once wealthy yet lazy. We read that Trump lacks the ability to focus for more than a couple of minutes, and, according to Art of the Deal ghostwriter Tony Schwartz, such non-focus dates back decades. Yet, if avoiding concentration, dining on burgers, playing golf, and watching TV were a guarantee of riches, we’d have a severe oversupply of billionaires. The mystery of Trump’s non-work is therefore great. Something is missing or wrong.
One obvious yet tempting fallacy is that diligence corresponds reliably to effectiveness. Jimmy Carter was considered hardworking, but his White House spun its wheels. Ronald Reagan was considered work-shy, but his White House accomplished plenty. Trump could still manage to do a lot in a short workday…”
Indictment Or Impeachment: Rachel Maddow Zeroes In On Two Likely Outcomes Of The Mueller Report article from PoliticusUSA. –
The convulsions of our illegitimate, minority-elect president* are making it all the more evident that he’s guilty as hell and he knows he’s almost done.
For Trump Supporters, Pain is the Reward article from Alternet. –
Trump’s supporters keep being hurt the most by his ignorant, corrupt actions yet they continue supporting him – proving yet again that sometimes stupid does hurt.
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