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:
Today’s misadventures of our illegitimate, minority-elect president begins with the fact that it appears our Loser-in-Chief is losing the support of the morons that ‘elected’ him, Trump is telling so many lies at such an incredible rate that he can’t keep them all straight in his alternate reality, our fraudulent national embarrassment facing new problems over his Trump University scam, Trump’s fraudulent ‘voter integrity commission’ facing scrutiny as the miscreant in charge of it faces legal issues, Fox faux news – Trump’s ministry of propaganda – provided the ammo needed for his impeachment for obstructing justice, our demented delusionist’s Twitter idiocy will be preserved in time for all to see, stupid is as stupid does for our impotent popular vote losing leader, the fallacy of foreign policy in the delusion that is the Trump cabal, Senate’s current Trumpcare bill will hurt major core of Trump supporters and much more.
Are Republican voters finally turning on Trump? article from The Week. –
Trump has been unpopular from the start but now it appears that he’s losing support from the morons that ‘elected’ him.
President Donald Trump Is Telling Lies at an Astonishing and Historical Rate article from AlterNet. –
The worst part is our Liar-in-Chief can’t keep all his lies straight because he tells so many of them…
Trump thinks he’s signed a ‘Nice!’ amount of legislation. Here’s what he’s really done. article from Vox. –
Trump has reached ‘liar, liar pants on fire’ status as the lies about his non-existent accomplishments keep coming.
The Kremlin’s Investment in Trump Is Paying Off article from The Atlantic. –
Since taking office our illegitimate national embarrassment has shown himself to be a pro-Russian puppet:
“Fifty-four years ago this month, former President John F. Kennedy delivered the “Strategy of Peace,” a powerful address that captured America’s indispensable leadership at the height of the Cold War. Kennedy knew that our country could not guard against the Soviet Union alone, for he believed that “genuine peace must be the product of many nations, the sum of many acts.”
Incredibly, the man who now leads the United States seems to find himself locked in an alarming and perilous embrace with the Russian government. These ties threaten to weaken a system of alliances that have held Russia—and countless other threats to the international community—at bay since the conclusion of the Second World War.
In his Senate testimony two weeks ago, former FBI Director James Comey affirmed a disturbing suspicion: that Donald Trump first undermined Comey, by leaning on him to drop his investigation of former National Security-Adviser Michael Flynn, and then removed him from his post. Since then, events have escalated at a dizzying pace: Trump accused Comey of lying under oath about their interactions earlier this year, even as he cheered Comey’s public assertion that the president wasn’t under FBI investigation. Soon, reports emerged that Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating obstruction-of-justice allegations against the president—revelations Trump was none too happy about. And all the while, rumors have continued to swirl that Trump may fire both Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who’s overseeing the special counsel inquiry.
But Trump’s reckless handling of these events should not distract from a startling reality: As the president faces accusations of colluding with the Russians during last year’s campaign, his policies in office have aligned almost perfectly with the Kremlin’s goals. If Moscow wanted its interference in America’s election to yield dividends, it could hardly have hoped for more…”
Donald Trump may face new legal action over Trump University article from The Guardian. –
Allowing a blatant fraud to be ‘elected’ by a minority could come back and bite Trump as his Trump University scam rears its ugly head once again…