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:
We begin today’s misadventures of our popular vote losing president with reflections on his insanity from those closest to him as his lackluster lame duck presidency continues imploding, more on the many reasons our Liar-in-Chief never tells the truth, our national embarrassment just killed another successful Obama-era immigration program in his haste to make America white again, among his multitude of corrupt and illegal acts since deciding to run for office and being ‘elected’ our Loser-in-Chief has found all kinds of ways to rip off Americans while enriching his own fraudulent ass, more on the lies used by Trump and his racist Attorney General to discriminate against DREAMers, poll finds majority of Obama turned Trump voters are having buyers remorse, still repeating the same lies about his tax reform scam and much more.
Aide says Trump ‘is insane’ article from Capitol Hill Blue. –
The failure of his illegitimate presidency is causing our minority-elect president to lose what little is left of his unsound mind.
The Real ‘Fake News’ Crisis article from Consortium News. –
Revelations on how a fake president has done such a good job fabricating false claims of fake news.
The methodical madness of Donald Trump: Don’t underestimate him. article from USA Today. –
Pondering whether our dimwitted dip shit is really that ignorant or if it’s all a ploy…
It doesn’t matter if Donald Trump is ‘crazy’ – what matters is whether he can be stopped article from Salon News. –
It’s truly sad how ignorant Trump’s minions are:
“A portion of our country also managed to fall deeply in love with Donald Trump — a “reality” TV star who maintains an even more tenuous relationship with reality than did his hero, the much more lovable Ronald Reagan. Trump and Reagan have opposite temperaments — Reagan eternally sunny, Trump ever dark, but both sell similar societal delusions. Trump manages to be truculently wrong on every existential question facing humanity — denying global warming, encouraging pollution, promoting resource depletion, enjoying saber rattling, opposing population and gun control, escalating obscene inequality, and trampling on civil rights protections. He has the demeanor of a circus barker, the integrity of a con man, the temperament of a neighborhood bully, the breathtaking ignorance of an arrogant know-nothing, the political instincts of a führer, and the policies of a tribal nationalist.
All the problems that are inherent in American exceptionalism are now very badly compounded by Trump exceptionalism. Trump doesn’t qualify for a mental disorder, but he does present with one of the world’s best-documented cases of lifelong failure to mature. He is a boy/man who expects everything to go his way and experiences the world as an extension of himself. Other people exist only to do his imperious bidding, admire his great deeds, and gratify his enormous wants. This is perfectly age-appropriate behavior in a young child, but is perfectly inappropriate in a president. Trump fancies himself the nation’s Big Brother, but he is really our neediest Big Baby. Trump is bad, not mad, but we the people are mad for having elected such a terribly flawed person to the most powerful position in the world. His heady rise was surprisingly undeterred by his consistent pattern of boldfaced lying; constant flip-flopping; irresponsible incitement to violence; and self-congratulatory bigotry, racism, and sexism. Blustering, bullying, and bravado play well on reality TV but can be disastrous in real life when you are running a country. No one less qualified to be president has ever won the office. No one so dangerous to our democracy has ever been given its most powerful position.
Trump is an unlikely messenger bearing an unwelcome message about the sanity of our body politic. He has revealed and unleashed a deeper streak of delusional denial in a larger segment of U.S. society than even I would have thought possible. Thomas More’s hope for a utopian America has decayed into a Trumpian dystopia. Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again” (stolen, appropriately enough, from Ronald Reagan) disguises policies that in fact make America small, fearful, angry, petty, and vicious. Karl Marx once quipped, “History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.” The Trump phenomenon marks what I dearly hope will be a bottom in both American tragedy and farce…”
Trump’s Lies Are Literally Tearing us Apart article from Medium. –
Trump doesn’t lie to mislead, he lies to try and drag us down into his twisted alternate reality.