Trump tells American People, their “Enemy is the FAKE NEWS media,” when he’s America’s Enema!

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Late today, President shit for brains, (failing @realDonaldTrump) tweeted out who “the enemy of the American People” is as if he’s receiving directives from “Bannon Almighty,” himself (Ok that part is probably true).  But still, “SICK!’

The FAKE NEWS media (failing @nytimes, @NBCNews, @ABC, @CBS, @CNN) is not my enemy, it is the enemy of the American People! SICK!

Damn, what would Pres. Orangutan do without his exclamation points?

God gave Moses “Ten Commandments” and didn’t need any, but Donald Trumpster Fire can’t get through 140 characters without a few.  Note to him, Take the hint.

From Mother Jones

“Oh, and by the way, calling the press an enemy of the people really is pretty Hitleresque. Unfortunately, I have a feeling that an awful lot of Trump’s supporters might not really consider that such a bad thing.”

Full Mother Jones story here

In an administration that is an Edsel of a clown car unloading, (but which Trump described yesterday as a “finely tuned machine”), he should heed the words of a truly great Republican President, Abraham Lincoln, who said, “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.”

3 thoughts on “Trump tells American People, their “Enemy is the FAKE NEWS media,” when he’s America’s Enema!

  • February 17, 2017 at 9:47 pm
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    President Donald Trump’s press conference yesterday is one of the most unusual and unsettling from a president perhaps in our nation’s history. It reminds me a bit of the final days of President Nixon’s tenure, when the world was collapsing about him. But Mr. Trump is not yet a month into his presidency.
    As many of my fellow journalists have noted, the scorn for Mr. Trump’s ramblings and incoherence, nevermind the matter of the topics he did address, has been widespread. But it would be a grave mistake to think it is universal. This President remains deeply popular with his base. While his overall numbers are sinking well below any historical comparisons, his numbers amongst Republicans seem to be floating on helium.
    This is one of the great urgencies of the moment – a deep bifurcation in how the country sees the President and the Republican agenda as a whole. The two are linked but only weakly. The effects of this can be seen by the tepid criticism at best from the GOP leadership and rank and file on Capitol Hill. Even as many in the press and on the political left – and even maybe independents – see an Administration teetering on collapse. Republican voters see it very differently. at least for now. The votes on controversial cabinet posts continue with few speed bumps. The latest vote on Scott Pruitt, a climate change denier whose potentially explosive emails were ordered by a judge to be released, is a perfect case in point as this article in from The New Yorker makes clear.

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  • February 18, 2017 at 1:15 pm
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    I am baffled as how anyone could still support him after all the damaging things he has done in such a short time. Where did you get that photo? I can’t stop laughing. It’s incredibly perfect for your article.

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