The Most Stupid Trump

Was yesterday’s top story—

None of the above. The top story yesterday was Donald Trump Junior’s stupidity, in every news outlet from the Washington Post, to CNN, to Seth Meyers, who basically proclaimed Eric Trump has been redeemed by his brothers stupidity.

Trump Junior’s tweets almost make me feel sorry for him, except that he’s such a spoiled brat that I don’t.

He told people to go out and vote one day after the most recent election.

He has tweeted copies of self incriminating emails, as if by announcing his treasonous behavior before the press does it will be less illegal— “If it’s what you say, I️ love it!” That was from his— let’s set up a meeting with Russians to conspire against Hillary Clinton— a few weeks ago.

The second stupidly self incriminating email he posted on twitter was proof of his connection to Wikileaks, which is tied to Russia.It looked as if Junior was secure in his position, until late last night, when he was forced to concede to daddy Trump.

With last night’s tweet junior had no choice but to pass the clown nose to his dad. Trump tweeted condolences, again offering his blessings to the victims of gun violence, but the needle on the turntable that is his brain stuck on Texas… that was 10 days ago, this latest mass shooting took place in California.

Yes, they “has arrived.” Hopefully, “FBI and Law Enforcement has arrived” in California, where the mass shooting was yesterday, and not in Texas, the location of the mass shooting ten days ago. >The definition of stupid—lacking ordinary quickness and keenness of mind; dull, characterized by or proceeding from mental dullness; foolish; senseless: pick a Trump

Wen Youre Name is Donald Trump

Wen youre name is Donald Trump you donut no how to spell?

Their, there, they’re- all work the same. And Your losers I can tel%

Geography is hard twoo — Gina; TieOne: Phillippines?

I avoid the US because Bob Mueller has subpoenes 

Middle East don’t care countries like the one we’re I am now

Hope Hicks my special ‘friend’. Travels with Milana ? Butt how

Shea’s happee to be rid of me–and she Putin her time

Besides I sed at 35 a woman’s past her prime

Periods and question marks and commas and ellipsis

I looked directly at the sun to learned what an eclipse is

My Nazi dad bought my degree from a school called Wharton 

They don’t like too mention it but theiy were pade a fortune

Speecking supremasists, herd the evangelical threats 

Of violence when I am impeeched…are we all Christian yet?

Weire led by pedophiles and swindlers and racists to boot

My religion requires tikis and a nazi salute

I love to body shame although it shows Eye have no class

I donut realize I have a glowing orange fat ass

American majority you are “haters and fools”

Eye insult US intel…because Putin says hees cool

It’s SAD! All the dicktaters do knot think I am thare frend 

Thay never liked Hillary. That’s whare arguments all end’


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Victory Dance for Democracy 

GOP lost 2 govs alltogether

Dems gained 14 seats — latest measure

Results now finalized

Gloating’s undignified

As such, I’ll let others have the pleasure–


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Trump Texas Story Doesn’t Ring True

I must start this post by reminding you of Trump’s immediate reaction last week, just hours after a New York car attack killed 8- pedestrians and injured a dozen more in lower Manhattan. Our potus took immediate action, to enhance extreme vetting by immigration and border control. 

In contrast, when a combined total of 84 people were murdered and over 500 others were shot in Las Vegas and TX, Donald Trump on both occasions said “this is not an appropriate time to discuss gun violence.” 

A faint smell of hypocrisy is in the air. 

Not to worry, in all cases he offers a panacea of “warmest condolences and sympathies.”

Incidentally, Donald Trump is selling a false narrative of events in Texas, claiming the bystander who happened to have a shotgun in his car, and drove after the shooter while communicating by phone with police, shot and killed the shooter. *WRONG*–the shooter had already fatally shot himself. The bystander with the shotgun did not approach the vehicle of the shooter, nor did he fire his shotgun at all. 
Trump said if there had been gun control the bystander with the shotgun wouldn’t have stopped the mass murdering shooter who was armed with a the semi-automatic, and “hundreds more might have been shot.” Nice try Donald, you jackass.

The truth– $36.3 Million was paid by the NRA to Donald Trump to ensure there will never be an appropriate time to discuss gun control. 

Donald Trump tweeted from a golf course in Japan–

Several other politicians spoke out immediately offering their own “thoughts and prayers… paid for by the NRA.

The Senate:

  1. John McCain, Arizona — “Cindy & I are praying for the victims of the terrible #LasVegasShooting & their families.$7,740,521 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  2. Richard Burr, North Carolina — “My heart is with the people of Las Vegas and their first responders today. This morning’s tragic violence has absolutely no place here in America.” $6,986,620 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  3. Roy Blunt, Missouri — “Saddened by the tragic loss of life in #LasVegas. My thoughts are with all of the families affected by this horrific attack.” $4,551,146 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  4. Thom Tillis, North Carolina — “Susan and I send our deepest condolences and prayers to the families of the victims of this horrific and senseless tragedy in Las Vegas.” $4,418,012 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  5. Cory Gardner, Colorado — “My family and I are praying for the families of those injured and killed in Las Vegas last night.” $3,879,064 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  6. Marco Rubio, Florida — “I’m praying for all the victims, their families, and our first responders in the #LasVegas #MandalayBay shooting.” $3,303,355 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  7. Joni Ernst, Iowa — “My prayers are with all of the victims in Las Vegas, and their loved ones affected by this senseless act of violence.” $3,124,273 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  8. Rob Portman, Ohio — “Jane & I mourn the loss of innocent lives in this horrific attack in Las Vegas last night. We are praying for those taken from us, their families & all those injured in this attack.” $3,061,941 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  9. Todd Young, Indiana — “We must offer our full support to the victims and their families as our nation mourns.” $2,896,732 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  10. Bill Cassidy, Louisiana — “Following closely the horrendous act of violence in Las Vegas. Our prayers are with those who were injured, killed and their families.” $2,861,047 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.

Are you bored yet? I am.

The House of Representatives:

  1. French Hill, Arkansas “Martha and I are praying for the families and victims of this senseless act of evil. […] We must continue to work together to stop this kind of terror.” $1,089,477 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  2. Ken Buck, Colorado “I’m praying for all of those impacted by the evil events in Las Vegas last night. Our country must stand together in support of the families of the victims and the community.” $800,544 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  3. David Young, Iowa “My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families and friends of the horrific and evil tragedy in Las Vegas.” $707,662 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  4. Mike Simpson, Idaho “Though no words can heal our hurt, and no explanation will ever feel sufficient, I pray that all involved may find comfort as we process this devastating tragedy.” $385,731 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  5. Greg Gianforte, Montana No statement released– Would any reporter get close enough to him to get a statement with his violent history toward the press? $344,630 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  6. Don Young, Alaska “Anne and I are praying for all those involved or impacted by this heinous act of violence.” $245,720 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  7. Lloyd Smucker, Pennsylvania “Horrific act of violence in Las Vegas. Cindy and I pray for the victims, their families, and the first responders.” $221,736 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  8. Bruce Poliquin, Maine “My thoughts are with all those effected in the horrifying attacks in Las Vegas. The nation is with you.” $201,398 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  9. Pete Sessions, Texas “My deepest sympathies are with all who were harmed by this horrific tragedy.” $158,111 — PAID BY THE N.R.A.
  10. Barbara Comstock, Virginia “I am heartbroken by the mass murder that took place last night in Las Vegas and I am praying for the victims, families, and first responders.” $137,232 — PAID BY  THE N.R.A.

This country is under control of the NRA, Big Pharma, and Russia. Ignorance is bliss, so hang on to your Second Ammendment “Right to Bear Arms,” and be happy hugging your shotguns while you bury your families, and hold dear the knowledge that so many politicians send you their warmest condolences, thoughts and prayers.


Let’s consider something else Trump has yet to taken action on–

47 days after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico:

  • 59% of the “island, surrounded by big water” is still without power
  • 17% still without clean drinking water


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It’s a Twitter News Morning

All fingers crossed this morning with the hope a sting will follow the loud buzz that more arrests will be made today as a result of the Mueller investigation. 

Meantime– Trump is on a rampage. (Note–“on a rampage” letters can be rearranged to spell the words ORANGE and MAGA.) Apparently an exiting White House staffer disabled Trump’s twitter account on their way out. It took 11 peace filled minutes to re-connect, and Trump seems to have short-circuited as a result–

In those 11 minutes, Donald Trump became president…then–

Nobody is asking…

Here he pretends to have read a book…

Here he acknowledges the anger Americans feel, but doesn’t acknowledge himself as the source of it.

More lies about reading…
Name calling a respected woman in politics.

After calling the white man who shot over 500 people “sick,” he calls the man with more pigment who killed 8 and injured 12 a “degenerate animal.” (Hey NRA, what if instead of the rented Home Depot pickup truck the New York attacker had an Arsenal of your semi-automatic rifles? More carnage… ya think?)

Someone must have wrestled the phone out of his short fat hands because there has been silence for almost an hour.

In other twitter news, Bloomberg reports–Ex Twitter employee was ignored after reporting a massive proliferation of Russian and Ukrainian accounts in 2015.


Non-Twitter news– Everyone is discussing the “winners and losers” in the GOP tax proposal. I think we all know who wins and who loses in this bill. The only clue I will offer is the huge tax cut offered to those homeowners who purchase real estate at a cost over $500,000. 

One last dignified news bite–

And now we await news on whether Flynn, Kushner, someone else, or all of the above will join Manafort, Gates and Papadopoulos in Muellerhood.


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If He Could Pick One Day Not to Be Donald Trump– This Might Be It…

There will doubtless be worse days for Trump in future. To sum up my favorite parts of today…for those not watching news 24/7:

Paul Manafort and his associate Rick Gates turned out to be Bob Mueller’s mystery dates. Both entered not guilty pleas.
Both were released after posting bond–Manafort $10 million, Gates $5 million, and relinquishing their passports. But they were not not really released. They were placed on “house arrest.” 

*Just a side note to the FBI from a mother of three–Every 18 year old has a fake ID, they use them to purchase alcohol, based on that fact alone, I would think Paul Manafort could get a fake passport. 

There are reports claiming the no knock middle of the night raid on Manafort’s home, back in July, afforded the FBI information they needed– documents he had told the DOJ did not exist–  regarding his lobbying campaign on behalf of a Ukrainian political party, aligned with Vladimir Putin. 

The order for today’s events came from one even more powerful than Special Council Bob Mueller:

Who knew God was on Twitter? I didn’t.

It has been a fun filled day, but if I had to choose only one event as my favorite it would be, without a doubt, the reports stating George Papagreekguy flipped on Trump. He has been described as a “pro-active cooperator,” wearing a microphone since The FBI arrested him on July 27th, 2017. Trump of course doesn’t know anyone named George. He’s the fourth guy down from Trump, on the left, facing the camera. Maybe this will help his memory. 

Oh, and George pled guilty… to what? Lying, Additionally, court documents unsealed today say he was trying to set up a meeting between Trump and the Russians. Snap and word. I think this is an early checkmate…game over.

Meanwhile on twitter:

Fox news is relentless… 

Newsweek reports Trump will likely not seek re-election. 

What’s next?
I’ve seen reports that dozens more indictments are sealed and ready, but even those will only be the beginning. According to Scott Dworkin of The Democratic Coalition there will be approximately 70 indictments. 

Indictments in the near future must include– Michael Flynn, Jared Kushner, Carter Page, Uday…
While more GOP members turn against Trump daily, others will not, because they have also been implicated. For example, Paul Ryan was caught on tape during surveillance of Russian diplomat Sergey Kislyak, from whom Ryan and many others in the GOP accepted money.

Rumors continue to fly regarding Trump’s threats to fire Mueller. This would not stop the ball rolling, and it would add to his obstruction of justice charges.  

Another hotly debated topic has been whether or not Trump will attempt to pardon any of those indicted. 

On Tuesday, House Democrat Rep. Steve Cohen’s (Tenn.) will propose a constitutional amendment, prohibiting presidents from pardoning themselves, their families, members of their administrations or people who worked on their presidential campaigns. 

Mueller may name Trump as a co-conspirator, removing his authority to pardon anyone in this case. 

Trump would be smart to attempt to bargain with Mueller, but he only has his resignation to offer, and he is not smart.

The following are the steps to impeach a president: 

The House of Representatives needs only a simple majority vote. Upon passage, said president is considered to be “impeached.” This has only happened twice in history, with Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Neither was convicted. Richard Nixon would have been a third had he not resigned. Nixon was later pardoned of all wrong doing by Gerald Ford, his VP.

Impeachment is not enough to remove a PotUS from office. 

After voting for impeachment with a majority yes, the House Judiciary Committee launches an investigation into allegations… or they can use data and conclusions gathered by the FBI. If they decide there is justifiable cause, it goes to the Senate for a vote.

This is the phase that will result in the removal of the president. He must be “convicted on articles of impeachment.” That requires a supermajority vote of the Senate–a  2/3 yes vote. That has never happened…yet. 

There is a first time for everything.

Trump had a few tweets in response to today’s events, here is just one–

And a photo from…I’m guessing Puerto Rico–

Also, Happy Birthday to Ivanka Trump.