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:
How his corrupt, failed presidency will end begins today’s misadventures of our malignant minority-elect president* as eventually all tyrants – or in this case, aspiring tyrants – are abandoned by their followers, once again Trump’s ignorance with words and tweets comes back to haunt him, the cancer that is Trump’s illegitimate presidency, our nefarious narcissist is having major meltdowns over his impending implosion from all his corruption scandals and he’s not handling it well, yet another example of his tweeting delusions, lies and conspiracy theories to distract from his failed presidency, how rewarding criminality makes his administration more illegitimate and much more.
How This Will End article from The Atlantic. –
Our feckless fuhrer’s despotic delusions of grandeur aren’t going to end well and it will hit him harder than most.
Cohen, Pecker, Weisselberg: The Men With Trump’s Secrets Work for the Feds Now article from The Daily Beast. –
Grab some popcorn: Our dimwitted dip shit’s meltdowns and Twitter tantrums are going to be working overtime as the men with all his secrets start spilling the goods about his exponential corruption.
The week Trump’s own words caught up with him article from Yahoo! News. –
Our Twitter tyrant has a real bad habit of ignorantly speaking and tweeting without thinking and eventually it comes roaring back to bite him – yet he never learns…
Trump’s Long War with Justice article from Politico. –
Our demented Demagogue has a long history of committing criminal acts and attacking his enemies when the truth comes out, but this time it’s a war he’s going to lose bigly:
“In the year and seven months Donald Trump has been the president he has pummeled the Department of Justice on a nearly daily basis.
He has put “Justice” in scare quotes on Twitter. He has called the department “an embarrassment” and its agents and those of the Federal Bureau of Investigation “hating frauds.” He repeatedly has described “discredited” special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe as a “Rigged Witch Hunt” run by “Thugs” and as a “sham” that “should be shut down.” On Thursday, he ratcheted up his sustained humiliation and denunciation of his own attorney general, questioning his manhood, his loyalty and his control over his agency, prompting Jeff Sessions, uncharacteristically, to lash back. This behavior, according to Justice officials, law professors and presidential historians I have spoken with, adds up to an “astonishing” “sledgehammer” attack on the “basic tenets of constitutional government”—unprecedented in the annals of the office he holds.
It is by no means, however, unprecedented in the long life of Trump. He’s fought Justice before. In fact, the legal pressure exerted on him over the past year-plus by the special counsel constitutes a bookend of sorts to Trump’s career, which began much the same way—with a protracted, bitter battle with the DOJ and the FBI.
In 1973, the federal government sued Trump and his father, alleging systematic racial discrimination in the rentals at their dozens of New York City apartment buildings. Often interpreted mostly as confirmation of Trump’s deep-seated racial animus, it is at this point perhaps better understood as the origin of his distrust of federal law enforcement. It is where he first learned to view the government not as a potential righter of wrongs but as an impediment to his business interests, not as a protector of less powerful citizens but as a meddlesome obstacle in his pursuit of profit. And it is where he first demonstrated how he would combat it—with the same unapologetic, counterpunching, deny-and-delay, distractions-laced playbook on display today. When Rudy Giuliani earlier this year tagged FBI officials as “storm troopers,” it was not the first time an attorney advocating for Trump had used that term in that way. That was Roy Cohn. In 1974. Long before Michael Cohen worked for Trump, the chief counsel of disgraced Joseph McCarthy’s red-baiting Senate subcommittee of 1950s infamy would become Trump’s most important adviser and most indispensable fixer—and the indelible Cohn-Trump mind meld of a partnership kick-started with this case…”
Trump Is Under At Least 4 Different Lines Of Criminal And Civil Investigation article from PoliticusUSA. –
Our lackluster lame duck president* is in a lot of trouble, and whether he’s impeached or not, his failed presidency is essentially over: