Monday, August 07, 2017

Well it appears that Donald Trump got his Twitter machine back.

Well, the "Trump base" is getting smaller. So that's a change.
I think Trump is confusing "getting stronger" with "getting dumber."
You can check the post below to see how "hard" Trump is working.

Perhaps part of that "hard work" was Trump launching Trump TV for the masses of morons who still support him.

He even managed to get a former CNN commentator to do the lying.
Well that help to dumb down the "Trump base."


  1. Anonymous6:20 AM

    Donald Trump Is Ruining Workplace Morale

    HR and leadership experts say a “Trump effect” has made a new norm of bad behavior, from dropping f-bombs to fudging details on resumes to spreading false rumors about co-workers, all of which stifles teamwork, dampens morale, and hurts productivity.

  2. Anonymous6:32 AM

    General Kelly Really Getting Trump’s Rage-Tweets Under Control, LOL #JOKES

    ...And guess where Trump is right now, away from the watchful eye of General Kelly? He is hunkered over his gold-plated pooping chair in his boudoir at Bedminster, because he is doing “working vacation” right now, which is different from all the other days of his presidency when he’s pretending to “work” at the White House, because on “working vacation,” the golf course is JUST OUTSIDE HIS WINDOW:

    Sounds Like All James Comey’s FBI Buddies Have #TrumpSecrets To Tell Robert Mueller!

    ...Vox reports that a shit ton of high-ranking FBI officials will likely be called to testify against Donald Trump in the obstruction of justice part of the investigation, specifically related to his treatment and eventual firing of former FBI director James Comey. That’s right, this isn’t just James Comey’s (honest) word against Donald Trump’s (pathological liar) word. (Remember when it came out that Trump’s own lawyers always met with him in pairs, because he’s such a liehole?) It could be upwards of TEN FBI people with close knowledge of Trump’s attempts to obstruct justice by the pussy, including one guy who was in the room when the president called Comey:

  3. They used to put people like him in the attic. Just saying...

    1. Anonymous2:55 PM

      The Disappointments Room.

  4. Anonymous6:44 AM

    I thought Kayleigh McEnenay was satire on Comedy Central! Damn!

  5. Anonymous6:45 AM

    When John Lengacher and I closely analyzed language coming out of the White House, it became clear that Trump has internalized and has been living by a central metaphor: THE PRESIDENT IS THE NATION.

  6. Anonymous6:46 AM

    Here is why you can expect the Republican Party to abandon Trump more and more as the months go by

    After six months of the Donald Trump Presidency, it is clear that there are a large number of conservatives and Republicans who have repudiated everything that Donald Trump represents, creating a larger opposition to a Republican President than we have ever seen from within the party and the conservative movement in the years since World War II.

    Ordinarily, one would think that conservative ideologues and Republican officeholders would remain silent, but that is as far from reality in 2017 as one can possibly imagine. While many Republicans, including Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, continue to hold their fire about Trump’s behavior, there are many who have no problem in being critical of how Trump conducts himself in the Presidency.

  7. Anonymous6:46 AM

    Read those tweets again and think about how he is trying to convince himself that they are true. His fragile ego DEPENDS on it.

  8. Anonymous6:47 AM

    White house occupant,

    Yep,keep those delusions a coming. Only the guilty sycophants like yourself defends obvious lies.
    As for your stupid base ,they are culling themselves out!
    You are ending up with the worst of the worst trash.
    Even rednecks and angry white folks see the futility of your unfitness and incompetence as a leader. Maybe you could join a cult and drink the kool aid?
    Fuck you trump!

  9. Anonymous7:03 AM

    I head Sarah has sent her resume 129 times to Trump TV.

    1. Anonymous1:07 PM

      Dakota Meyer would be perfect. I think he needs a job. He is military and can do security if Trump Tower needs more security.

    2. Anonymous2:57 PM

      Dakota Meyer needs a job no doubt. Trump has extremely low standards for running this country so there's a match.

    3. Anonymous3:50 PM

      Dakota better not make Trump unhappy.

      Think of the vicious tweets about the con artist living off US taxpayers because he manipulated the DOD with his lies. Dakota makes the military look weak when they allow him to scam. A weak military makes Trump look weaker.

      Dakota can raise all the Bristol babies he wants, he just needs to get a job to do it and quit the scams.

  10. Anonymous7:12 AM

    For the man who billed himself as the master negotiator he really doesn't get people at all.
    Anyone who is going to change their opinion on any of these news outlets, based on what he tweets already has. No one else is going to no matter how many times he tweets it. Same with Richard Blumenthal. All he is doing is making himself look stupid.

  11. Anonymous7:29 AM

    Ok, next time he touts his Supreme Court pick as an achievement, someone needs to point out that Yrtle the Turtle hablnded it to him. And all he did was pick a name off a list preapproved by conservative groups. Deregulation? U mean like allow coal companies to dump toxic waste back in our stream or allowing the use again of pesticides which damage children's developing brains? Border security? See john Oliver's show from last night. Jobs and economic growth? You mean the numbers which were fake under Obama but now trump takes credit for? Military strength? Still waiting for his secret plan to defeat ISIS. Stock market and economic enthusiasm? At some point the Dow will have a correction, and I'm wondering who he will blame

    1. Anonymous8:34 AM

      That SC seat was flat out stolen but then again, theft is an accomplishment to these crooks.

    2. Anonymous8:48 AM

      Not to mention withdrawl from teh Paris CLimite agreement; --> gcontributing to gloabl warming --> contributing to decreases in male fertility. The Rump is literally hurting male fertility.

  12. Anonymous7:33 AM

    "Wow. Feels eerily like so many state-owned channels I've watched in other countries," the former US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul wrote.

    It will be nice if Kayleigh McEnany stays off CNN and only does estate-owned TV

    Former CNN commentator anchors the 'Real News' on Trump's Facebook page

  13. Anonymous7:43 AM

    What a great trick to hold two rallies infused with easily demonstrable lies to use as proof his base is bigger than ever!
    Trump and people like him only look for a fact to "fit" or prove they are right. Sane people examine facts then arrive at a conclusion, decision or make a statement. Sane rational people do not call facts in reality "fake" that contradict their extreme unbalanced claims.

    Trump supporters I know admit Trump's behavior and tweets are embarrassing. They also say he is a terrible speaker.

    Yes, he will be enraged to not be given all the credit for the stock market therefore lashing out at any news media not playing along only Trump resurrected the economy and raised the stock market. Psycho

  14. Anonymous7:52 AM

    ...No one speaks to these insecurities like the human manifestation of insecurity himself: Donald Trump.

    Donald Trump is their death rattle: That unsettling sound a body makes when death nears.

    But, Trump’s whining is not some clever Machiavellian tactic, precisely tuned for these times. Trump’s whining is genuine. He pretends to be ferocious, but is actually embarrassingly fragile. His bravado is all illusion. The lion is a coward. And, he licks his wounds until they are raw.

    Now, pour into this hollow man Steve Bannon’s toxic, apocalyptic nationalism and his professed mission — “deconstruction of the administrative state” — and you get a perfect storm of extreme orthodoxy and extreme insecurity.

    Trump becomes a tool of those in possession of legacy power in this country — and those who feel that power is their rightful inheritance — who are pulling every possible lever to enshrine and cement that power. Suppressing the vote. Restricting immigration. Putting the brakes on cultural inclusion.

    Make America great again. Turn back the clock to a time when privileges of whiteness were supreme and unassailable, misogyny was simply viewed as an extension of masculinity, women got back-alley abortions and worked for partial wages, coal was king and global warming was purely academic, and trans people weren’t in our bathrooms or barracks. The good old days.

    Now the power of the presidency is deployed in this pursuit. The only thing that holds the line against absolute calamity is the fact that Trump lacks focus and hates work.

    ...He may keep himself busy with things he considers to be work, but his definition of that word and mine do not seem to be in alignment. Twitter tantrums, obsessive television viewing, holding campaign-style rallies to feed his narcissistic need for adulation. Those things to me do not signal competence, but rather profound neurosis. True productivity leaves little space for this extreme protestation.

    And, not only is he a lazy whiner, he’s also a projectionist: He is so consumed by his insecurities that he projects them onto others.

    ...Trump is like the unfaithful spouse who constantly accuses the other of infidelity because the guilt of his or her own sins has hijacked their thinking and consumed their consciousness. The flaws he sees are the ones he possesses.

    This projection of vice, claiming of victimhood, and complaining about vanishing privileges make Trump an ideal front man for the kind of cultural anxiety, desperation and anger that disguises itself as a benign debate about public policy.

  15. Anonymous7:54 AM

    We have a political problem no one wants to talk about: very old politicians

    ...The highest levels of American politics bear an uncomfortable resemblance to a gerontocracy. From the Senate to the presidency to — perhaps most strikingly — the Supreme Court, top positions are held more and more by people in their 70s or above.

    Disruptive medical tragedies are an unavoidable statistical consequence of this trend, as is the risk that key political actors will develop cognitive impairment. There's no easy solution to the problem, but it demands a frank conversation.

  16. Anonymous7:56 AM

    Trump rigged the FCC to broadcast Trump TV into nearly every American home

    The leader of the FCC installed by Donald Trump exploited a loophole to give a pro-Trump propaganda outlet access to millions of American homes they were banned from under Obama.

  17. Anonymous7:59 AM

    The Trump Administration Is Going After Some of Our Most Stunning National Monuments

    1. Anonymous5:22 PM

      He has to destroy all so he can re-do in his vision. More gold, not pink gold or white, Brassy gold. It's a big project but he is driven.

  18. Anonymous8:02 AM

    ‘Fake news’? The Russia investigation is getting very, very real.

    President Trump keeps calling the Russia investigation ‘fake news.’ But with each passing week, the independent investigation into Trump's campaign ties to Russia is getting more real, not less.

    Here's how:

    It's expanding, both in size and scope.

    It's getting more in depth.

    Congress, the judicial branch and Trump's own administration have all played a role in expanding the investigation and taking it seriously. If this were a “witch hunt,” as Trump claims, then it's a “witch hunt” the entire political and judicial system is in on. Even the most cynical person has to acknowledge that would be an extraordinary conspiracy the likes of which the United States has never seen.

  19. Anonymous8:11 AM

    Trump's diversions and lies are NOT working as to the majority of Americans. He truly must think we are all idiots and not following/researching the facts! He's going down - see it coming!


    1. Anonymous10:57 AM

      It a sign of his mediocre intelligence that he underestimates the intellect of the majority and thinks his BS fools anyone who isn't a member of his cretinous base.

  20. Anonymous8:19 AM

    This Twitter-tantrum can mean only one thing.

    There's a....BIG bombshell....which will be landing in Trumps lap.............very soon...........

  21. Anonymous8:29 AM

    Turn off the TV, put down your smartphone, and get to work, Mr. Trump.

    1. Anonymous9:36 AM

      Chief of Staff John Kelly gives up on trying to control Trump’s Twitter after latest tweet-spasm: report

    2. Anonymous4:05 PM

      I heard he is getting the drapes cleaned. It's not like he can't do anything at all. He is former military, people will boost him up and do all the respect act like is done for military. Thanks for your service.

  22. Anonymous8:45 AM

    Isn't that spelled Kaylee MCImaninny?

    1. Anonymous10:52 AM

      It should be.

  23. Anonymous1:08 PM

    She is so pleased with herself. She reminds me of Palin. She may be smarter than Palin(not a big leap) but just as mendacious. All I see is a lying grinning ninny. There is not an iota of integrity in her. She is the type of slimy people trump surrounds himself with.

    1. Anonymous4:10 PM

      She has that Stepford Wife vibe and look. I hope she has a short and needs to go back in to be serviced, oops the parts needed are no longer made. Take her to the Trump dump.

  24. Anonymous1:15 PM

    Her low intelligence and arrogance make her perennially blind. She is Trump and his base epitomized. Notice the self satisfied grin of a clueless ninny.

  25. Anonymous10:48 PM

    I and a friend left CNN over her insanity and lack of manners. Jeffrey Lord helped us keep from turning the knob to CNN as well.

    There is no Republican party any longer. It is the Trump party born of the Teapartier idiots.

    We are in desperate need of being able to salvage our country from this invasion! MSNBC has the factual delivery daily. Palmer is ahead of the pack on much news.


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