If you’re anything like me, you try your best to avoid the ignorance coming out of the White House. But that is easier said than done, for on a
daily, no hourly basis, Donald Trump and his Republicans are shoving the ignorance down our throat. It is their way of maintaining control of the government, for if the electorate is ignorant, then it is easily led… like sheep to the slaughter!
But his people love the ignorance! They foolishly dismiss Trump’s lies as truths, and they happily swallow his bucket of filth, content with the ongoingtheir
“It was obviously a joke,” Trump’s spokesperson said.
So if Trump was joking when he said Democrats committed treason and they do not love America because they refused to clap during his speech, why did the Trump reelection campaign create an ad based on Trump’s characterization of Democrats? How is this funny? How is it a “joke?”
Thanks to Donald Trump, this country is becoming morally bankrupt. We are now at a point where the President of the United States uses the word “treason” to refer to other elected members of government, and his lunacy is brushed off as a “joke.”
Will we ever get back to being a “city upon a hill,” having “the eyes of all people are upon us?” If Donald Trump and the Republicans have anything to do with it, my sad answer is, no.
From the brainchild of Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.
Spurred by the American people and their constant protests against Donald Trump and his draconian ideas and policies, Congressional Democrats are slowly coming to terms with the only logical way to deal with Trump – become the party of NO!
Reduced to their weakest state in a generation, Democratic Party leaders will gather in two cities this weekend to plot strategy and select a new national chairman with the daunting task of rebuilding the party’s depleted organization. But senior Democratic officials concede that the blueprint has already been chosen for them — by an incensed army of liberals demanding no less than total war against President Trump.
Immediately after the November election, Democrats were divided over how to handle Mr. Trump, with one camp favoring all-out confrontation and another backing a seemingly less risky approach of coaxing him to the center with offers of compromise.
Now, spurred by explosive protests and a torrent of angry phone calls and emails from constituents — and outraged themselves by Mr. Trump’s swift moves to enact a hard-line agenda — Democrats have all but cast aside any notion of conciliation with the White House. Instead, they are mimicking the Republican approach of the last eight years — the “party of no” — and wagering that brash obstruction will pay similar dividends.