Wonders and Marvels of the Trump Era

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I’m so tired of all this winning

So, last night, I replied to Donald Trump on Twitter, which is in itself ironic, because most of Donald Trump’s supporters have now been permabanned from that platform, with his blessing and approval. One of the men who has been banned from twitter took issue with my comment this morning. Here is my comment (in before Trump’s bitch Jack Dorsey bans me.)

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President Impotent trolled me with a spectacularly funny series of comments about a political ad…

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The ad he’s kook-farting about can be watched here:

The Donald is apparently too stupid to realize that the reason he beat those RINO idiots in 2016 is the reason he is set to lose the election in 2020.

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He is due to be defeated by a senile old degenerate that almost nobody likes.

How did Donald Trump become such a weak faggot? Let’s explore the matter in detail.

In 2016, Donald Trump promised to “build a wall” on America’s southern border. Today, even his most ardent supporters admit he has done far less than Barack Obama to secure the border.

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In 2016, Donald Trump promised to “repeal and replace Obamacare,” with something “so much better, so much better, you’ll be amazed…” Today, we all know he did no such thing.

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In 2016, Donald Trump promised to “protect our second amendment,” and specifically, to push a federal concealed-carry reciprocity bill. The GOP in congress was dumb enough to take him seriously, and began working on the bill immediately after his re-election.

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Trump himself killed the bill. Trump also pushed for sweeping bans on guns and accessories, as well as red-flag laws.

In his embarrassing public meltdown, President Trump insisted that he was a “WINNER” and that his critics were “LOSERS.” He is correct that he won in 2016, and that his critics (who were desperate to give Jeb Bush the party nomination) are “LOSERS.” He won because he circumvented the corporate media, and made empty promises to the people who voted for him. Those same people are far worse off than they were before the election. In the era of coronavirus, it’s plausible to assume that those people would have fared better with Hillary Clinton as their president.

The one claim that President Trump can support is his insistence that he “delivered” some “Tax and Regulation cuts” for the GOP. This, in itself, shows why his case to be re-elected is so pathetic. He was elected the first time to do a job, which he has not only refused to do, but has willfully opposed once the election was won.

Not only did Donald Trump “say anything,” to be elected, only to “forget” after the votes were in… Donald Trump has delivered exactly what the voters did not want.

One of Donald Trump’s greatest achievements is an expansion of the refugee resettlement program. In fact, while we were locked down in our homes, the Trump administration was importing 1000 hostile foreigners per week, and funding their insertion into our communities.

 

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Another one of President Trump’s great accomplishments was raising fuel prices, during the same month that tens of millions of Americans were newly unemployed.

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Just this morning, he took to twitter, to congratulate himself for such “America first” market manipulation…

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Full disclosure: my portfolio is heavily weighted with energy shares. Certainly I’ve noticed the uptick in my personal value thanks to President Trump’s shenanigans; but I’m not representative of all Americans. The typical family of four doesn’t care about the stock market. They get to enjoy skyrocketing prices at the pump, so that Donald Trump and his billionaire friends can continue living large while America goes bankrupt.

There is nothing about Donald Trump that has proven to be “America first.” Nothing. His voters will not forget his betrayal in November, and I expect them to vote accordingly.

 

Author: Boxer

Sinister All-Male Dancer. Secret King of all Gamma Males. Member of Frankfurt School. Your Fave Contrarian!

15 thoughts on “Wonders and Marvels of the Trump Era”

  1. Over under for Amash “stealing” a few votes?

    I don’t know much about Amash. I imagine Jason might. Are you voting for him?

    There’s no way in hell I’m voting for Biden, so I’ll likely go green, if I vote at all.

  2. Voting Libertarian in 2020 with whoever they put up. I have voted Libertrain since 1996 when I saw Newt and Clinton shaking hands over a budget deal that…………..

    Emboldened what was to become the Telecommunications Act. Something Newt told us Reoublicans at the time he was against. Ending “welfare as we know it” which just shifted the cost burden elsewhere and did nothing to “end it as we know it”, the deregulation of the banking system which was started that even Reagan back in the 1980’s didn’t really think was a “good idea”

    Expanding the War On Drugs, not because I thought drug were necessarily a “good” thing but that money was being used to destabilze governments mostly from South America….any money that was to fight “drugs” was eaten up in very poor treatment programs and used to incarcerate MORE. Like and and now……Social Security and the Debt were my thing…….spending increased under a “republican controled house and senate” the first time since the 1960’s (Johnson’s drunk baptist minister styled spending). Newt and his revolution did nothing……and then blamed ME and people like me for the problems of not supporting them enough.

    The Contract With America was a feel-good sham for right leaning America. Any of us with a lick of sense left the party…..and you saw the results of that quickly. It destroyed the California Republican Party….and registered republicans in state. It gave us “well, we at least are not Bill Clinton” and “you all have to vote for us because we’re not-as-bad as Nancy Pelosi and Diane Feinstein.”

    They sh*t on Americans like myself who looked long game and the betterment of the country, not a party. In California the State Republican Party gave us limp noodle candidates and policies that were just “democrat-lite” or “not as extreme” as Democrats were quickly becoming.

    At least Jerry Brown in California KNEW how to use the right and right leaning independents when he needed them, and would at least give us the credit. Being a republican today…..like the man-o-sphere is chest thumping about how much of a man you are, or how “principled” you are.

    The republican party on a national scale shot itself in the face when they made Newt Gingrich the speaker. Highly partisan, and out for himself and enriching the party and setting the stage for men like Bush II, McCain, Romney, and even Trump. They stand for nothing……….oh, they *may* cut your taxes a little. They’ll pile on the debt for you and your great great great grandchildren……they’ll claim they want to “end abortion” (Don’t want an abortion? Don’t get one). They will claim they want a strong military………..on spending…not men and women of any character. It’s about pensions, pay, and entitlement now.

    They hate you, and Trump actually embodies the worst of this party

  3. The puppet may change but the Strings remains the same

  4. The Donald is apparently too stupid to realize that the reason he beat those RINO idiots in 2016 is the reason he is set to lose the election in 2020.

    He probably doesn’t care, figuring that no matter how much his erstwhile base has come to despise him, they’ll never be angry or desperate enough to vote for Dementia Joe and will just do what they always do every four years: go to the polls, gagging and holding their noses, to vote for the mythical”lesser of two evils,” in this case him. Alas, he’s probably correct.

    The puppet may change but the Strings remains the same

    Amen to that, Renee. It’s why I stopped going to the puppet show 20 years ago.

  5. Dear Peeps:

    He probably doesn’t care, figuring that no matter how much his erstwhile base has come to despise him, they’ll never be angry or desperate enough to vote for Dementia Joe and will just do what they always do every four years: go to the polls, gagging and holding their noses, to vote for the mythical”lesser of two evils,” in this case him. Alas, he’s probably correct.

    People on my side of the fence are so upset about Bernie’s rigged primaries that in any other scenario, you would see an unprecedented Republican victory on the horizon. Oregon and California, for instance, might be in play.

    All this idiot had to do was to not piss off his own supporters.

    In the last two months, Trump and the GOP have given banks and globohomo the equivalent of a 33,000 USD check, to every man, woman and child in America. They’re counting on you wage slaves not to notice, I suppose, as they order you back to work.

    The puppet may change but the Strings remains the same

    Amen to that, Renee. It’s why I stopped going to the puppet show 20 years ago.

    Worth noting that most of the big-money donors to Biden have already been revealed to have also donated to the Trump campaign. The billionaires and special interests have sewn this race up in record time.

  6. All this idiot had to do was to not piss off his own supporters.

    In my younger naive days, before I realized that the whole system was an elaborately rigged scam, I thought the above statement to be “common” sense too obvious to require pointing out to our “leaders.” I was consistently dumbfounded as to why so many candidates or sitting presidents acted as if they were deliberately TRYING to lose.

    Then I began to hear and read about how regularly THIS was happening:

    Worth noting that most of the big-money donors to Biden have already been revealed to have also donated to the Trump campaign.

    Leading me to eventually reach this conclusion, every single election year:

    The billionaires and special interests have sewn this race up in record time.

    As they always have and always will.

    The only difference between Trump and the previous Figureheads-in-Chief is that he’s the result of a never-previously-attempted experiment. Unlike the past, when the Cabal would handpick their “candidates” (and [s]elect their presidents) from a stable of insider apparatchiks groomed since young adulthood for the “insider track,” they decided to try a new tactic in 2016. It might have been due to the fact that the “blood” of the Establishment stable was so stale and insipid that they knew that even the most dimwitted and conformist among the “electorate” would gag at the offering. Trump, who certainly didn’t get rich by NOT “playing ball” with the Politically Powerful of the Eastern Establishment, would, the Cabal Puppeteers reasoned appear to be the perfect “outsider” to the rubes, a non-politician who never held high elected office before. No one like him had ever been available in modern times: a famous, charismatic, “independent” multi-billionaire who even had celebrity cred.

    Sure, Trump might have been something of a loose cannon, but that type of personality is just what was needed to “gull the rubes” into thinking that he was an outsider and an enemy of the Elite. Should he take his rebel/contrarian shtick too seriously, all they would have to do is “remind” him of how important his family’s safety is, and he’d fall back in line. It’s a safe bet that that’s why most of his populist campaign promises have never come to fruition.

    Of course Joe and Jane Sixpack ate it up and asked for seconds. Evan and Eva Evangelical, who at first correctly branded Trump an uncouth, foulmouthed lout, eventually did a complete 180 and began comparing him to Jesus, as such dopes always do, once he received the GOP nomination (Ned Flanders’ Law: A Republican child molester is preferable to a Democrat missionary).

    The Cabal could scarcely believe how successful their gambit was. A globalist multi-billionaire actor who could actually made the rubes believe he was “one of them” and that he would “make [their country] great again” while overtly selling them and their country out to the global kleptoligarchy, just as his predecessors have always done. And most of them are STILL fawning all over him, even as they claim he stabbed them in the back (which he most assuredly did).

    Subconsciously, the rubes are scared and know that something is wrong, but they still just can’t put their fingers on it. Maybe they subconsciously now realize just how thoroughly screwed they are: even a multibillionaire “outsider” on whom they pinned their very last, most desperate hopes has revealed to them that he isn’t an outsider at all, either. They know that there will probably never be anyone like him again in their lifetimes, an “untouchable outsider,” even a “fake” one, who even pretends to care about them. For the rest of their miserable lives they will face Establishment Demopublican and Republicrat candidates in the Bob Dole, Mitt Romney, Joe Biden, Hitlery Clinton mold. This probably depresses a significant number of them to the verge of suicide.

    It’s going to be an interesting election. Possibly the last for America as we’ve always known it.

  7. I’m hearing The Monster Mash playing ~ a little bit of Boris
    in the life.
    (Yeah, outsiders can’t help but twitch)

    Kingsley

  8. It was likely foolish for Trump to promise any changes for health care. At least in Canada, health care is a sacred cow, and people will scream at you and accuse you of wanting people to die, regardless of what change you want to make. Unless you are offering the doctors more money of course; that is acceptable.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/cnn-sends-trump-campaign-cease-and-desist-letter-for-deceptive-ad-showing-cnn-agreeing-his-actions-saved-lives-campaign-slaps-back

    This article shows CNN wanted it clear that their news segment was not giving credit to Trump and his travel ban, but rather to the “social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders issued by state and local governments”.
    Ok, so the state and municipal governments get the credit for saving lives with shut downs. And I think this is correct, as I am unaware of Trump giving any orders to shut down any states; correct me if I am wrong.

    But wait. The ad wants to give Trump the blame for the lost jobs that resulted from the state shut downs.

    This is exactly how a feminist woman “thinks”. They want to exercise power, but for someone else to have to pay for the consequences and costs. Authority should have both power and consequences together.

    If a person thinks that the shut downs were a good idea, fine. But accept that any action, especially a large action like shutting down half of your state economy, will have some negative consequences. Admit the bad consequences are their fault while pointing to the benefits their action also caused.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2020/national/immigration/border-wall-progress/

    Not sure why Ann Coulter claimed on Jan 11 that only 2.5 miles have been completed. The news report link above claims that by Jan 23, 110 miles were completed. Did they suddenly finish 108 miles in two weeks? Seems implausible. More likely, Ann had massively out dated info.

    Of course, the value of a wall seems pretty low, when there are holes in it. Until they have at least mostly completed it, people will just go around it. I suppose if the holes are small enough, it will be easier for the border agents to patrol.

  9. We don’t need a wall…….we need the laws we have right now to be enforced. Oh…I thought Mexico was going to pay for it…..and we had a “spending bill” showdown over this in the “spending bill” (The USA no longer does budgets). If Mexico was and is going to pay for this wall……..the president sure didn’t make that clear.

  10. “In the last two months, Trump and the GOP have given banks and globohomo the equivalent of a 33,000 USD check, to every man, woman and child in America. They’re counting on you wage slaves not to notice, I suppose, as they order you back to work.”

    This pisses me off SO much. Trump and the Feds gave free money to the banks… who now are LOANING it out to small businesses that in order to qualify for the loan at all, must have no reliable ability to repay the loan. There are payday-loan sharks with more scruples than that. Privatized profit, socialized risk, all the way to the BANK.

    Any chance of me voting for Trump, already nil when he promised to make exporting feminism a diplomatic priority in his SOTU speech, died the moment he signed that “Soros CARES Act”. He might not have started as Deep State but that’s sure where he ended up.

    “It’s going to be an interesting election. Possibly the last for America as we’ve always known it.”

    I already voted. I don’t know how I voted but the new vote-by-mail system works so well that I don’t even have to think about it. When I do, I only get impotently angry. Maybe they’ll send me a ballot later on as a souvenir of better times.

  11. I already voted. I don’t know how I voted but the new vote-by-mail system works so well that I don’t even have to think about it. When I do, I only get impotently angry. Maybe they’ll send me a ballot later on as a souvenir of better times.

    Speaking of “GovCo by mail,” has anybody else been badgered by the Census Bureau to complete their online census questionnaire? The poor dumb bastards are apparently all a-panic over being forgotten and ignored amid all the Covidiocy.

  12. [Trump] might not have started as Deep State but that’s sure where he ended up.

    Trump was Deep State when he first announced his candidacy. The only lingering question (one not likely to ever be answered) is whether he was coerced into it or if he is a willing player.

  13. Answered the Census not because it was the “right thing to do” but for the fact I didn’t want any of those workers knocking on my door

  14. Answered the Census not because it was the “right thing to do” but for the fact I didn’t want any of those workers knocking on my door

    Ditto. With all the other issues I’m dealing with right now, the last thing I need on my plate is the fallout from shoving a 9mm in the nose of some minimum-wage government busybody who shows up uninvited on my doorstep. (That’s an event that doesn’t happen very often out here in our rural neck of woods. We’re fortunate that it’s very inconvenient for people to “casually drop by.”)

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