Tagged: Trump the idiot
September 11, 2018 at 09:38 #648
May 4, 2019 at 08:43 #14611
I don’t actually think that his IQ is this low. These results more likely reflect his reading ability.
He is not dumb. He is ignorant.
And he knows how to manipulate other ignorant people.May 6, 2019 at 21:59 #14765
Gotta make up for those billions (trillions?) of tax breaks he gave to the 1%.
Trump may alter the way the government determines the national poverty threshold, putting Americans living on the margins at risk of losing access to welfare programs.
The change would be his latest effort to make it harder to access welfare programs.https://t.co/VA2K15kQbq
— Hayden Black (@haydenblack) May 6, 2019
“I take no responsibility at all.” Donald Trump
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 7, 2019 at 06:26 #14777
Trump pardons former Army Ranger convicted of killing Iraqi prisoner
President Donald Trump has pardoned Michael Behenna, a former Army Ranger in the 101st Airborne Division convicted of murdering an Iraqi prisoner in 2009.
Behenna, 35, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for “unpremeditated murder in a combat zone” after killing suspected al-Qaeda terrorist Ali Mansur. Behenna was paroled in 2014.
While Behenna said he killed Mansur in self-defense, during the trial he admitted that he disobeyed orders to return Mansour to his village after he was released from military intelligence and questioned about his connection to an explosion that killed two U.S. soldiers.
Prosecutors said Behenna instead interrogated and stripped Mansour naked before shooting him twice.
We have far too many Americans ready to condemn all Muslims as barbarians yet ready to excuse any barbaric act by American military. Yes, shooting an unarmed prisoner that you have been given dominion over and to claim that you lost control shows barbarism. The loosing control over the prisoner argument is highly suspect for a well trained Army Ranger.
Who next? Will Trump posthumously pardon Ted Bundy? After all, his victims weren’t Muslim that we know of but they were female, a demographic he seems to consider good only for his prurient desires.
". . . those who claim to know the Mind of God, who will tell you what God thinks and how He will judge and condemn others—those people are the greatest of all blasphemers." Aloysius Xingu Leng PendergastMay 7, 2019 at 16:39 #14830
TRANSLATION: Trump didn’t want to release his tax returns because he is *literally* the biggest loser in history.
— Ryan Knight #ImpeachTrump 🍑 (@ProudResister) May 7, 2019
“I take no responsibility at all.” Donald Trump
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 7, 2019 at 18:48 #14834
I'll be joining @Lawrence this evening in the 10:30 window.
We'll be talking about Trump's finances.
Spoiler alert: not a billionaire.
Also spoiler alert: not successful.
Also, also spoiler alert: clown living on credit.
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) May 8, 2019
“I take no responsibility at all.” Donald Trump
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 7, 2019 at 19:15 #14835
He either really broke or cheated on taxes.
Both disqualify him to be the president. If he can’t even run an inherited business and runs it aground, how can he run a country? And if he is broke, he is compromised.
But if he cheated on taxes, then he should be in prison (yet another reason).May 7, 2019 at 19:57 #14840
"This is a man who was handed hundreds of millions of dollars, flushed it down the toilet, and was desperate to maintain his image of wealth and success. You couldn’t invent a more inviting target for a foreign intelligence service to manipulate." https://t.co/p8D1YXKYxh
— Brendan Nyhan (@BrendanNyhan) May 8, 2019
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 8, 2019 at 09:22 #14874
Trump meetings with Putin broke the law, groups allege
A lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges that President Trump violated the Presidential Records Act and the Federal Records Act by “intentionally failing” to keep written accounts of meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and others.
The lawsuit, filed by the liberal watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility in Ethics in Washington, the National Security Archive and the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, mentions five specific meetings between Trump and Putin at which no note takers were allowed to document what the two leaders discussed.
“It is clear that President Trump and White House officials have gone to great lengths to hold high-level meetings with foreign governments and carry out foreign policy objectives while blatantly ignoring record-keeping laws and preventing national security officials and the American people from understanding what they are doing,” Noah Bookbinder, CREW’s executive director, said in a press release. “The absence of records in these circumstances causes real, incalculable harm to our national security and poses a direct threat to transparency for the American public. We’re asking the court to compel White House officials to make and maintain these important records that let the public know what the government is up to and provide a safeguard to our history.”
In January, the Washington Post reported that Trump had confiscated the notes his interpreter had kept during a 2017 meeting with Putin in Hamburg, Germany, in an attempt to conceal what the two leaders discussed.
Trump also held a private meeting with Putin at the G-20 summit held last December in Argentina at which no interpreters were present. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders described the meeting as “informal,” but refused to comment on what was discussed.
Last week, Trump held an hour-long phone conversation with Putin, during which the president said he discussed special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. While the Kremlin provided reporters with a readout of the call, the White House did not. Instead, Trump offered a brief summary to reporters gathered in the Oval Office as well as to his followers on Twitter.
Passed in the aftermath of the Watergate scandal, the Presidential Records Act of 1978 states that a president must preserve and make public all records relating to the performance of his or her duties. Enacted in 1950, the Federal Records Act established the legal framework for federal records management.
Tom Blanton, director at National Security Archive, noted that his organization has filed similar lawsuits against past presidents.
“The archive went to court to preserve presidential records when President Reagan tried to junk his email backup tapes in 1989. We have sued every president ever since, Democratic and Republican, to make sure the White House obeyed the records laws,” said Blanton. “Today, the problem goes beyond improperly shredding records, to the deliberate failure to create the records in the first place.”
In response to a separate lawsuit filed by CREW and other watchdog groups alleging that the Trump administration’s use of use of encrypted and self-erasing apps violates the law, Justice Department lawyer Steven Myers argued that “courts cannot review the president’s compliance with the Presidential Records Act.”
So Trump violates the law and the Justice Department, which is supposed to serve the country but instead serves Trump says that courts can’t review the Presidential Records Act.
So under Trump, if he gets his way, the the Republican led Senate tends to let him do that, there are no checks and balances.
And here I thought that was one of the premises of having three branches of government.
". . . those who claim to know the Mind of God, who will tell you what God thinks and how He will judge and condemn others—those people are the greatest of all blasphemers." Aloysius Xingu Leng PendergastMay 8, 2019 at 09:50 #14875
Trump has said that his loss of 1.1 billion dollars was just sport. Huh? Sport!!??
". . . those who claim to know the Mind of God, who will tell you what God thinks and how He will judge and condemn others—those people are the greatest of all blasphemers." Aloysius Xingu Leng PendergastMay 8, 2019 at 10:23 #14876GurParticipant
Not as big a loss as when you misplaced that quart mason-jar filled with that cheep swill you’re addicted to….
Capricorn posted on November 15, 2019 at 09:15
Adult language is permitted if it is contextual and not aimed personally at a poster.May 8, 2019 at 10:49 #14880
Ah, living in your fantasy world I see.May 8, 2019 at 17:47 #14931May 9, 2019 at 16:47 #14983May 9, 2019 at 16:57 #14984
Talked to a Conservative. She said the only thing that would turn Trump's base away from him – the ONLY thing – is if they found out he had one of his mistresses have an abortion.
That's what we need to focus on finding – because as it's Trump, he sure as shit had at least one.
— Hayden Black (@haydenblack) May 9, 2019
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 9, 2019 at 19:34 #14986
So the “Boston Red Socks” won the “2018 World Cup Series”? Maybe someone at the White House is being held against his or her will and these are messages calling for help. https://t.co/gThJQqOY2u
— George Conway (@gtconway3d) May 9, 2019
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 10, 2019 at 02:17 #14989
If it’s found the the Red Sox used a soccer ball instead of a baseball would their World Series title be revoked? Just asking.May 11, 2019 at 17:42 #15085May 13, 2019 at 09:41 #15135
Trump nominates a man whose firm tripled the price of insulin to regulate drug companies.
So, um, yeah.
Just a preview of the next fresh hell we'll be living in.https://t.co/EUZggihZXc
— Hayden Black (@haydenblack) May 13, 2019
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 13, 2019 at 11:46 #15144
this is a song comprised entirely of @LindseyGrahamSC saying the words, "trump is a fucking idiot".
— Jonathan Mann (@songadaymann) May 1, 2019
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald TrumpMay 15, 2019 at 08:58 #15235
“Anyone who wants a test can get a test.” Donald Trump
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