Thursday, August 24, 2017

New cottage industry - Trump's mental health.

Will he show you to me?

James Clapper, who served in top intelligence jobs under two former Presidents, Wednesday morning questioned Trump's "fitness to be in this office."

Until now, Trump's erratic behavior and narcissism was common buzz on social media and among political opponents. But Trump's "fire and fury" over North Korea, the Arizona rally, and flip flops over the violent protests in Charlottesville, Va., crossed a line for more Republicans and brought the conversation into the mainstream.

The Solar Eclipse stupidity did not help, either.

As usual, the dumpster trumpster attempted deflection - propaganda!

Remember: Obama Termed-Out (2 term limitation). Trump ran against someone who was not even in the race.

Why don't I have a foot race with Jesse Owens?

Trump could play the part of Hitler!

That's ALL he can do (and not very well, either).

The dumpster trumpster is worried that people see him for what he is! Be worried, be VERY worried!

Trump railed against “fake news” Monday after Jerry Falwell Jr. defended the president’s comments on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
..............“Jerry Falwell (Jr.) of Liberty University was fantastic on @foxandfriends,” Trump tweeted. “The Fake News should listen to what he had to say. Thanks Jerry!”............
Falwell Jr., the university’s president, went on Fox to praise Trump’s comments on white supremacists and counter-protesters that clashed in Charlottesville.

After spending 15 or so minutes complaining about the media in Arizona, trump said of the media: "For the most part, all they do is complain. … These are really, really dishonest people and they're bad people and I really think they don't like our country. I really believe that."

Journalists never intended to make the president feel bad like he's under some form of scrutiny and should be held accountable for the words he speaks.

We get it!

We listen to BOTH kinds of music - Country AND Western.

We buy our potatoe chips at WalMart!

Brainpower runs in republicans - like diarrhea. (Diarrhea is one of the most common reasons republicans seek medical advice)

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