Saturday, August 19, 2017

Trump S.N.A.F.U.

Situation Normal

All F*cked Up!

Steve Bannon was forced out of the White House after he labelled members of the white supremacist movement "clowns".

White House officials who either resigned or were fired (so far).

Latest departure: (1) Stephen K. Bannon - Chief strategist
Out after less than seven months
Mr. Bannon is a right-wing nationalist who has clashed with members of Mr. Trump's family.

(2) Mike Dubke - Communications director
Out after three months
Mr. Dubke’s resignation was “personal.”

(3) Michael T. Flynn - National security adviser
Out after three weeks
Mr. Trump asked Mr. Flynn for his resignation.

(4) K. T. McFarland - Deputy national security adviser
Out after four months
McFarland was brought to the White House by Mr. Flynn.

(5) Reince Priebus - Chief of staff
Out after six months
Priebus (a GOP loyalist) was pushed out. Mr. Trump offered the job to John Kelly.

(6) Anthony Scaramucci - Communications director
Out after 10 days
Scaramucci was fired by Mr. Kelly days after a vulgarity-laced telephone call with a New Yorker reporter.

(7) Sean Spicer - Press secretary, communications director
Out after six months
Spicer resigned because he disagreed with Mr. Trump’s hiring of Mr. Scaramucci.

(8) Katie Walsh - Deputy chief of staff
Out after two months
Katie Walsh was forced out by Jared Kushner.

Trump also fired James B. Comey as director of the F.B.I. and Sally Q. Yates, who was serving as his acting attorney general.

Bannon apparently became disenfranchised with the trumpster in the dumpster over RussiaGate. Bannon KNOWS Trump is STUPID. He just did not previously recognize that Trump is THAT STUPID!

What this says for the Bannon faction, is easy to predict.

The NAZIs closest to the trumpster in the dumpster are "fair game." Time for them to go join the church of scientology.

It just marks the time for more trump turmoil - from a moil.

Bannon was trump's brain. More changes are on the horizon.

Friday, August 18, 2017


is the result of an awakening.

Enlightenment is awareness in action.

European politics, philosophy, science and communications were radically reoriented during the course of the “long 18th century” (1685-1815) as part of a movement referred to by its participants as the Age of Reason, or simply the Enlightenment. (wiki)

Is trump hoisted on his own petar?

Hoist with his own petar is a Shakespearean idiom from Hamlet. By "hoist with his own petar", Hamlet means he is metaphorically turning the tables on Claudius. Shakespeare's use of "petar" (flatulate) rather than "petard" is an off-color pun.

It alludes to how Claudius’ efforts will end with the poop landing on himself. The root of this word is from the Latin flatus – "breaking wind."

Donald Trump is his own worst enemy. Recall, for example, how “Muslim ban” comments from him and his advisers came back to haunt the Trump Administration when its travel ban got litigated in the courts.

[Trump’s] Twitter trail is a great gift to all the lawyers who are investigating RussiaGate.

To deflect attention from RussiaGate, Der Retard used ‘his bellows’ to stir up white supremacy.

Trump said it’s “Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart” with the removal of Confederate statues and monuments around the country.

Yes, a history of slavery and a culture of bigotry.

Trump in a Thursday tweet called them “our beautiful statues and monuments” and said “you can’t change history, but you can learn from it.”
…the beauty that is being taken out of our cities, towns and parks will be greatly missed and never able to be comparably replaced!
Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2017

…can't change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson – who's next, Washington, Jefferson? So foolish! Also…
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 17, 2017

“Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson – who’s next, Washington, Jefferson? So foolish!” Trump continued. “The beauty that is being taken out of our cities, towns and parks will be greatly missed and never able to be comparably replaced!”

GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham says President Donald Trump’s stance on the Charlottesville, Virginia violence and death is garnering praise from “some of the most racist and hate-filled individuals and groups” and called on him to “please fix this.”

No, Mr. Graham, YOU fix this!

Thursday, August 17, 2017

Dare to compare...

Alarming parallels of history escalate.
— Anne Frank Center (@AnneFrankCenter)

"1930s Germany imposed a series of escalating steps of oppression, including demonization, discrimination and isolation of vulnerable communities, that evoke what we are seeing today. That comparison is just, and not to make the comparison would be a dereliction of our duty to ensure 'never again' to any people."

Mr Goldstein said he did not wish to "trivialise the Holocaust" by equating Trump to Hitler, who oversaw the murder millions of people.

But he added: "By the same token, it is responsible, and indeed our moral imperative, to point out parallels between actions taken by the Trump administration today and the actions taken by Germany in the 1930s before the Holocaust."

Things aren't looking up for President Donald Trump, he completed his first half-year sporting the worst approval rating for any president in the history of polling.

“It's the Washington cartel at its worst revolting against the president.” Anyhoo, we're six months into the Donald Trump pretzeldenty and...

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Elvis died.

Who is Elvis?

He's a rich guy that created thousands of jobs...

for Elvis impersonators.

how bad?

Air sickness bags not included.

There is no place like home.

Was Elvis Presley destined to die early? DNA tests show King was prone to obesity and disease. - The Independent

Not to be out-done...

PLEASE. Read more HERE.


Oh yeah, I forgot the trumpster in the dumpster.

The BBC?

Trump missed his true calling.

What more need I say?

Elvis died today (40 years ago).

Donald Trump has left the building.

Monday, August 14, 2017

golfing in bed(minster)

In Washington, the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election marches on. The special counsel, Robert Mueller is said to be in talks about interviewing current and former senior White House officials.

It also emerged that late last month, the F.B.I. had searched the home of Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman.

Trump took a conciliatory stance over Moscow’s orders for U.S. Embassy staff in Russia to be expelled, thanking President Vladimir Putin “because now we have a smaller payroll.”

Former New Hampshire Senator Gordon Humphrey, a staunch conservative, is not beating around the bush. He’s saying exactly what many others have said: Trump is mentally not well.

“Donald Trump is seriously sick. He is dangerous. As a citizen, a former U.S. Senator and twelve-year member of the Armed Services Committee, I urge you to act at once. This is an emergency.”

The letter is an absolute clarion call to take serious actions against a dangerous president.

Most striking in the letter is where Humphrey points out that there simply is no reason to “take comfort in the system of checks and balances.” (e.g. IMPEACH IMMEDFIATELY)

President Trump has, however, amplified his public criticism of Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, for failing to pass a health care repeal bill.

The rift underscores the growing distance and distrust between Mr. Trump and his supposed allies in Washington. But it’s Mr. McConnell the president may need most facing coming obstacles — like raising the debt ceiling. (Borrow and spend)

On Tuesday, Alabama holds a special primary to fill the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions upon his confirmation as attorney general. Mr. Trump has endorsed Luther Strange, but the race for the Republican nomination is tight.

Even as the White House this week firmly insists President Donald Trump is determined to seek a second term, a new analysis of polling data shows that he's caught in a three-way political squeeze in the states that tipped the 2016 presidential race, and will likely decide the 2020 contest...

But these poll results challenge the conclusion that Trump's political base has remained impregnable across the traditionally decisive swing states in presidential politics -- as well as several other states that each side hopes to put into play by 2020. "The implications going forward are fairly problematic," says long-time Republican pollster Glen Bolger. "He doesn't have a lot of room to drop, and yet he is."

The entire world is laughing about Donald Trump's 'small stick.' (opposite of "Speak softly, but carry a big stick.")

The Trump Cult is a latter-day Cargo Cult!