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:
Our popular vote losing President’s misadventures begin today with questions of an actual investigation into his malfeasance despite mounting evidence that he obstructed justice, trying to take out Syria’s President Assad while backing ISIS belies our War Criminal-in-Chief’s claims of fighting terror, why our Loser-in-Chief’s profound ignorance and corruption are so dangerous, the lies keep coming from our Ignoramus-in-Chief, Fox faux news still acting as our Liar-in-Chief’s Ministry of Propaganda, poor people are only good for one thing – their votes – to Trump who, it turns out, can’t handle not having a mandate and losing all legitimacy, growing dangers of Trump’s Syrian War Crimes, how to fight back against the fraudulent atrocity called Trumpcare and a lot more.
Is Trump Under Federal Investigation – or Not? article from AlterNet. –
Despite mounting evidence that our minority-elect president obstructed justice, indications of an actual investigation remain scarce.
The US Seems Keener To Strike At Assad Than It Does To Destroy Isis article from Information Clearing House. –
Our Loser-in-Chief’s growing list of Syrian War Crimes is compounded by his phony claims of fighting ISIS while killing scores of innocent civilians and Syrian Military personnel…
What’s More Frightening Than an Evil World Leader? A Stupid One article from AlterNet. –
Having a profoundly ignorant and corrupt president can be extremely dangerous.
The anti-innovation presidency article from Politico. –
Having no policies and no mandate is causing issues for our impotent leader:
““Innovation” is one of those Washington priorities, like “security” or “the children,” that politicians in both parties tend to describe as investments rather than spending. Even as budget wars have raged on Capitol Hill, there’s been a fairly broad consensus that funding research and development is vital to American competitiveness. The Beltway seems to churn out an inexhaustible supply of bipartisan reports proclaiming that bigger government investments in science and technology today will pay economic dividends for taxpayers down the road.
This week has been “tech week” at the White House, and President Trump has jumped onto the rhetorical bandwagon, hailing the glories of innovation. “My administration is embracing a new spirit of innovation that will make life better for all Americans,” he told a group of technology leaders gathered in the Oval Office on Monday; he doubled down Thursday, promising another group of new-economy executives that his government would “help unleash technological breakthroughs that will transform our lives.”
But Trump’s 2018 budget goes the opposite direction: It proposes the deepest cuts in innovation investments that any administration has ever proposed.
Not only does the Trump budget slash climate science and clean energy research beloved by Trump’s critics, it whacks advanced manufacturing programs and fossil energy research catering to Trump’s supporters, as well as basic science and medical research beloved by almost everyone. It’s a powerful rejection of the innovation-industrial complex, and even though Congress is likely to ignore most of it, a similarly powerful reflection of Trump’s political war on Washington elites…”
Trump brags about lying on Twitter to influence Comey’s sworn testimony article from Think Progress. –
Our gift that keeps on giving says he purposely lied to the public about ‘tapes’ to influence Comey’s sworn testimony…