Holy Cow

February 16, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

There is a crazy man in the White House.

If you missed Trump’s press conference, I have no idea how to tell you about it except how delusional he was. He said his office was not in chaos, it is a well-oiled machine.

He asked the only black person he knows – a reporter – to set up a meeting between him and Elijah Cummings – the only black congressman he knows.

He said that Obama left him a mess and that Hillary Clinton treats Russia far better than he does.  And that he did not direct Mike Flynn to call Russia to talk about the sanctions the day after President Obama put them in place, but that “I would have.”

CNN’s John King: A *Republican* senator texted him “He should do this with a therapist, not on live television!”

There is a crazy man in the White House.

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25 Comments to “Holy Cow”

  1. On MSNBC John Dean said Trump was the most classless president he’s seen. And he worked for Nixon!

  2. his riffs about blowing the Russian spy ship out of the water and nuclear holocaust were scary

  3. Jane & PKM says:

    We ain’t seen nothing, yet. It’s only Thursday and Donnie will be unattended tomorrow through Saturday, while Jared & Ivanka observe the Shabbat.

    To make our twitter life easier, Comedy Central has provided a translator for the Donnie spews. http://crooksandliars.com/2017/02/comedy-central-app-turns-trumps-tweets

  4. SteveTheReturned says:

    Whoa, man.

    Afterwards, the reporters at MSNBC and CNN seemed to be in shock, trying to deal with it. It was just one long, deranged outburst at the “dishonest media,” and anybody else that didn’t view his first 3 weeks in office as an unqualified triumph. Honestly disturbing—I hope the powers that be in D.C. are starting to see what we’re facing, here.

  5. It will be a miracle if Russia doesn’t retake a couple of former Soviet states in the next month.

  6. Hillary certainly does not have to worry about being forgotten, as long as the dump sits in the WH. What a piece of work is he.

  7. And the bigger problem is all the GOP that are willing to smile at his idiocy because they are completely behind every one of his policies. Trump is not the biggest problem. We’d have to get rid of all of them down to, maybe, Susan Collins to have any hope of stopping this unspeakable mess.

  8. During and after Watergate, the Republicans said, “Everybody does it.” Then they set about impugning every Democratic president who followed Nixon. They finally got their lusted-after impeachment. Against Bill Clinton. For getting a blow job and lying about it.

    I wonder what they’ll do after THIS.

  9. The leaks are illegal, but publishing them is fake news.


  10. slipstream says:

    Leaks? Did somebody say “leaks”?

    Paging Mr. Haldeman, Mr. Ehrlichman, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Dean.

    Report to the Oval Office immediately!

  11. “We have made incredible progress. I don’t think there’s ever been a president elected who in this short period of time has done what we’ve done.”

    Well, Donnie, I do have to agree with you on that one…..

    “I ran for president to present the citizens of our country. I am here to change the broken system so it serves their families and their communities well. I am talking — and really talking on this very entrenched power structure, and what we’re doing is we’re talking about the power structure; we’re talking about its entrenchment. As a result, the media is going through what they have to go through too often times distort – not all the time – and some of the media is fantastic, I have to say – they’re honest and fantastic.”

    Okay, not following you there.

    And then… oh dear goddess, he’s talking about his electoral votes again. It’s like a little boy who just discovered his weewee and can’t let it alone.

    I can’t stand any more of this bullcrap. It’s worse than reading George Will– I can’t trust either one of them not to be lying, so what’s the point of reading them, but at least Will is reasonably articulate.

  12. JAKvirginia says:

    sgray: Thank you for the transcript link… but not the transcript. My god, what a mess! I think he’s channeling either Sarah Palin or Victoria Jackson! What a disconnected mish-mash!

    Hillary sez: How am I looking now, kiddies?

  13. I tried to read the transcript. I did. I really did! I actually got more than half way, but my brain started to hurt. This is so incredibly bizarre. Here’s a sample of the Orange Whore’s insanity:
    “We’ve begun preparing to repeal and replace Obamacare. Obamacare is a disaster, folks. It is’s disaster. I know you can say, oh, Obamacare. I mean, they fill up our alleys with people that you wonder how they get there, but they are not the Republican people our that representatives are representing.”

    Did ya’ll get that, follow it from first word to last? We all laugh and joke about the bizarre situation in the Capital Building, but the fact is,

    ***The President of the United States is Truly Insane.***

    Nothing to add.

  14. charles phillips says:

    He’s not insane, he’s drunk.

  15. Prup (aka Jim Benton) says:

    Insane, yes — and it got scarier today, even before the conference, I’ve always pictured Mattis as the ultimate brake on him, even leading a coup, if he became too unhinged and the Congress refused to use the amendment that could get him out. But today Mattis was spouting the same Trumpian nonsense about ‘reassessing our NATO commitment if the other countries don’t increase their spending.’

    But the real horror is thinking about that infantile, irresponsible mind and imagining the temptation he has every day, when he feels the ‘biscuit’ in his pocket, to set off an atomic explosion, just because he can and just to ‘see what happened.’ After all ‘why do we build them if we aren’t going to use them.

    Sorry, but if I have insomnia and nightmares, might as well pass them on to people who might be able to do something. (I can’t even make calls, my voice is extremely unpleasant and hard to hear, and my own Congresspeople don’t need urging. Sen. Gillibrand cast the only vote against Mattis, Schumer is Schumer, and Yvette Clarke has even been willing to show up on news shows.)

  16. Reminds me of an IT director for whom I worked early on in my career. He told anyone who would listen how his IT departments ran like “well-oiled machines”. This while the smoldering ruins of the department set off caches of napalm stored here and there, but never location inventoried.

    You really don’t have an in-depth understanding of “fragging” until you work for someone like Hair Drumpf or my old now dead boss.

  17. So this is a well tuned machine. I wonder what a ClusterF%%# Looks like.

  18. AlanInAustin ... says:

    The CBC wrote Trump a letter mid-January asking to meet with him.

    “Congressional Black Caucus: We wrote Trump a letter, but he never responded”


  19. Rastybob: It looks like this.

    AlanInAustin: Nobody read it to him.

    Prup: Reminds me of Terry Pratchett’s saying that if there were a deep dark cave somewhere far from anything, and at the back of it there were a button with a sign that said, “End of World Button DO NOT PUSH,” the paint wouldn’t even have time to dry. (Pratchett knew a great deal about humans, despite being one.)

  20. Mary Lynne Foster: I’m with you on the rest of repugnantcans. But I don’t think it’s possible until we figure out a way to get more Americans listening to actual news. Matt Taibbi’s got a great piece in Rolling Stone and on line called The End of Facts that nails our current state of affairs to a tee. I’ll put it this way. After the first two paragraphs he dubs the weekend of the Muslim ban as Keystone Kops meet Pinochet. The extent that our fellow citizens will listen to any garbage that feeds their worst suspicions and beliefs and accept it as fact, or Gospel (same thing, right?) has reached truly repugnant proportions. But though it’s taken the likes of Donnie Douchebag to truly take advantage of it, conservatives have spent decades and God knows how much money laying the groundwork, starting in the late 80’s with Rush Limbaugh. Berfore that, having only 3 networks combined with The Fairness Doctrine ensured most folks “ate their vegetables”, and were more informed. But that genie’s outa the bottle. We’ve got to figure out another way to reach people. Until we do, we’re gonna be stuck with a majority of the same douchebags in Congress. Or worse. What about televised gladiatorial death matches where the guys in masks of Limbaugh, the Kochs, and Alex Jones are always the ones who get eviscerated? Damn. I gotta stop thinkin like them folks. Damn, did it again.

  21. Sarah Palin on steroids. No wonder the man went bankrupt 4 + times.

    He is nuts. The people that voted for him are nuts.
    It is time for the adults to resume control of the White House.

  22. P.P. would one of those ex-Russian states be Alaska☺. How do you spell Sarah Pallin in Russkie?

  23. elise from CA says:

    J7915: then she could REALLY see Russia from her window.

    On another note: the silence of McTurtle and Lyin’ Ryan about the disaster in the White House answers the question of whether the snacilbupers in Congress place their sh*tty agenda above the good of the nation. We now know the answer and it ain’t pretty.

  24. P.P., that is really the crux of the matter, isn’t it? I just now nearly gave myself a concussion (vigorous face-palming) reading a FB post “liked” by my sister-in-law (God rest her brain cells). The post compared Trump telling people to buy his daughter’s products, to Obama telling us we had to buy health insurance.