Chronicling the misadventures of our forever Impeached minority-elect President’s alternate reality, alternative facts and the miscreants that comprise his administration so you don’t have to:
We begin today’s misadventures of our malignant minority-elect president* with the need for recognizing Trump as the corrupt con man that he is and removing him from office to help salvage whatever semblance of normalcy is left in this country, a look at all the lies Donnie has told about the coronavirus – followed by the truth, Trump’s credibility continues worsening with each passing day, the Donald’s pathological lies and delusions about COVID-19 keep coming fast and furious – resulting in a crashing economy and more people dying from the disease and so much more.
Washing our Hands of Trump and Powerlessness article from Counter Punch.
Recognizing Trump and his administration for the fraudulent cancer they are – along with his equally corrupt and Treasonous enablers in the U.S. Senate – and removing them come November will go a long way towards returning to whatever semblance of normalcy is left in this country.
Why can’t mainstream media stop echoing Trump’s coronavirus misinformation? article from Media Matters.
The media spreading Trump’s lies instead of labeling them for what they are is attributing to the growing panic of a population that is grossly misinformed about the coronavirus outbreak – and many of Donnie’s other ongoing criminal endeavors.
Here’s the anti-Trump coronavirus ad we were all eager to see article from The Daily Kos.
A look at a political ad that explains all the lies Donnie has told about the coronavirus, followed by the truth:
On virus missteps, Trump declares, ‘I don’t take responsibility at all’ article from Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.
Another look at Trump’s delusions of not being responsible for the fucked up coronavirus outbreak response he and his administration have failed so miserably at:
“On Friday afternoon, Donald Trump held an event in the White House Rose Garden to declare a national emergency. In the light of the coronavirus outbreak, the presidential announcement was not at all surprising, though the event itself was remarkable in its own right.
If you watched the gathering with the sound off and paid no attention to what was being said, there were some painfully obvious problems. For example, Trump crowded a group of officials and executives close to one another, before shaking participants’ hands. Several speakers, including members of the White House Coronavirus Taskforce, then manually adjusted the shared microphone.
The president’s remarks at the event made matters quite a bit worse. Trump made a series of bizarre and demonstrably false claims on everything from the Obama administration’s H1N1 response to a Google resource that’s still in development, from European travel restrictions to student-loan payments. The president even overstated the details surrounding plans for drive-through testing.
But there was one line in particular that’s likely to help define Trump’s response to the biggest crisis of his presidency…”
A Complete Analysis Of Trump’s 164th Unpresidented Week As POTUS article from Rantt.
How the Don finally had such a shitty week that highlighted his lack of leadership skills which he couldn’t lie about or tweet away – despite his best efforts to do so.Continue reading