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 many self-inflicted crises rushing the impending implosion of our malevolent minority-elect president*s disastrous tenure in the past week alone begins today’s misadventures, even his wag the dog moment in illegally bombing Syria isn’t going to save our nefarious narcissist’s profoundly corrupt, idiotic Orange ass, Trump keeps fuming but hasn’t blown so it remains to be seen how much more rope he’ll need to hang himself, Comey confirms our demented delinquent is unfit for office and a total liar in addition to numerous other tidbits – many of which were already known, still trying to figure out what exactly was accomplished by illegally bombing Syria, reality clashes with Trump’s land of delusion – which has got to drive him crazy, our Hitler-aspiring wannabe dictator’s delusions of grandeur have made it obvious it’s time for him to go, Trump’s illegal attack on Syria was a bigger crime than that he accused Assad of and much more.
Week 74: Experts in authoritarianism advise to keep a list of things subtly changing around you, so you’ll remember article from Medium. –
The many corrupt faux pas that defined our dimwitted dip shit’s 74th week in his soon-to-be-over disastrous presidency.
DONALD TRUMP ORDERED SYRIA STRIKE BASED ON A SECRET LEGAL JUSTIFICATION EVEN CONGRESS CAN’T SEE article from The Intercept. –
Creating secret legal justification to commit illegal war crimes is unacceptable and Congress – and We the People – really needs to do something about that.
Donald Trump Goes to War article from The Daily Beast. –
More on America’s most corrupt-ever president’s* wag the dog moment in bombing Syria to serve as a distraction from his failed presidency.
Unfit to Command article from The Atlantic. –
Even his wag the dog moment isn’t going to save our nefarious narcissist’s corrupt Orange ass because he’s too mentally unfit:
“The weekend news from Washington featured two story lines: the U.S.-led coalition missile strikes against Syrian government forces, and President Trump’s most extreme Twitter meltdown to date. The question for all the world to worry over: How closely are these two story lines interconnected? How and to what extent is the president’s increasingly extreme mental state obtruding on the national security of the United States?
The most important business of the day on Friday, April 13, was to sign off on that night’s planned missile strike against government forces in Syria. The decision was a heavy one, involving risks of conflict with Russia and Iran. It also sharply reversed Trump’s public statements only nine days before that the U.S. would be ending its Syria role soon.
And yet that’s not where Trump’s brain was. Starting at 8 am that day and continuing into the afternoon, the president erupted in a sequence of rage tweets against former FBI director James Corey, demanding that he be prosecuted, calling him as a “slime ball,” and congratulating himself for firing Comey.
Yet when the president stepped before the TV cameras at 8 p.m. to announce the strikes, most pundits and most politicians temporarily disregarded that same-day evidence of the president’s agitated mental state. The impulse to rally around the flag seized American elites, even many Trump critics, who saluted the president’s leadership. The strong dormant desire to discover some normality in this most abnormal administration reasserted itself. As happened the last time he launched missiles into Syria, almost exactly a year before, Trump went to bed that night to praise that he had proven himself presidential…”
Week 47: Mount Trump Fumes but Doesn’t Blow article from Politico. –
Trump hasn’t tried to have Mueller or Rosenstein fired yet – though he can’t legally fire Mueller – but it remains to be seen if he eventually gets enough rope to hang himself.