Well said!Theodorerichert wrote:Choosing to defend Nazis and racist white supremacists is the worst thing any American can do, especially the president. Sometimes he does stuff and we go well that was stupid, but maybe it wasn't malicious, maybe he really doesn't understand the full implications of his words. No such defense can be made here. Putting protestors trying to stand up for civil rights on the same level as murderous Nazis and white supremacists is truly evil. And having lived through the civil rights era, Donald knows that. This man is not just selfish and self centered, as I previously thought. By choosing to defend and offer cover to anyone supports him, no matter how evil their actions, he has shown his true colors. And they are ugly. Donald J. Trump is not just a child, nor is he merely insane, he devoid of any conscience, morally bankrupt, and completely evil.
Full article http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/tru ... ENEWS00001Ring Of Fire wrote:According to a new Monmouth poll, close to 25% of the American public says that there is absolutely nothing that Donald Trump could do to make them stop supporting him. That number might be only a quarter of the population (and other polls show that number much lower) but it shows us how dangerously delusional millions of Americans truly are, and it helps explain why Donald Trump is so dangerous.
Trump ought to be impeached in the Congress by the majority of the congressmen and then removed from office by 2/3 of the Senate (which is virtually impossible at that stage).menime123 wrote:Can’t hey just do a vote of no confidence or something?
Steve Bannon fired as Trump White House's top strategist
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is the latest top aide of President Donald Trump to leave his post.
Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders confirmed that Friday was his last day.
His exit follows a review of his position by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly.
Mr Bannon, a right-wing nationalist and former head of Breitbart.com, helped shape the "America First" message of Mr Trump's election campaign.
But critics had accused the 63-year-old of harbouring anti-Semitic and white supremacist views.
Mr Bannon is known to have competed for influence in the West Wing against more moderate factions, including members of the Trump family.
Keep telling yourself that.Magnus wrote:Things are still not as bad as they would be if the Hildabeast had won though.
I don't believe that. But even if I did, so what? Things are still pretty **** bad with this president.Magnus wrote:Things are still not as bad as they would be if the Hildabeast had won though.