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 behavior – and idiocy – of our illegitimate minority-elect President is getting more bizarre, conspiracy theories that made their way from the fringe to the White House courtesy of conservative media to help create cover for Trump’s profoundly ignorant incompetence, Trump opts to waste taxpayer money in New Jersey since he doesn’t have the balls to face people in his home state, lingering investigation of Trump’s Russia scandal could play role in 2018 midterm elections, again the twit take to Twitter to distract from reality, Trump’s unethical actions inviting impeachment, celebration of duplicitous passage of Trump’s fraudulent piece of crap health care short-lived as Russia probe takes center stage, more words of wisdom on health care from our lackluster leader’s lying lips and fingertips, Russia provided money a few years ago to help Trump fund some of his golf courses, Trump sleaze going International and lots more.
Trump Administration Has Now Crossed Over…To The Twilight Zone article from Forbes. –
‘This gets to the fabric of the nation'” Inside the dark conspiracy that made its way from the fringe to the White House article from AOL News. –
How Conservative media fuels conspiracy theories – primarily to cover up Trump’s incompetence and profound ignorance.
Donald Trump’s Thrifty Vacation to New Jersey article from The Atlantic. –
Any excuse to waste taxpayer money and avoid facing an angry crowd at home.
Trump-Russia probes could seep into 2018 midterms article from Politico. –
“The slow pace of investigations might be a boon to Democrats eager to keep the issue in the headlines.
The congressional investigations into President Donald Trump’s ties to Russia are off to such a sluggish start that they could stretch into next year’s midterm election season. That’s a silver lining for Democrats who have grumbled that investigators aren’t moving fast enough — but who would be delighted to see the issue in the headlines as voters head to the polls.
Interviews with more than a dozen lawmakers involved in the House and Senate Intelligence Committee investigations show there is no consensus on how long they should take. The interviews also show just how politicized these investigations have already become, which threatens to undermine Congress’ chance at determining what did or didn’t happen in the 2016 campaign…”
Trump says ‘fake media’ should probe Democrats’ ties to Russia article from The New York Post. –
Trump takes to twitter to yet again try and deflect attention from his malfeasance.