Trump’s Total Craphole

January 11, 2018 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Did anybody else notice something about the Total Craphole counties – El Salvador, Haiti and Africa?

Asked about the “shithole” comments, a White House official told CNN’s Kaitlan Collins this:
“The President’s ‘shithole’ remark is being received much differently inside of the White House than it is outside of it. Though this might enrage Washington, staffers predict the comment will resonate with his base, much like his attacks on NFL players who kneel during the National Anthem did not alienate it.”
Yeah, his base thinks there are craphole countries and craphole people who got that way by birth.  If you’re born in a craphole country, you are automatically a craphole person.  It makes his insecure white small handed base feel like they are better than other people by accident of birth.

I am stunned, angry, and really pissed off. I just spent two weeks in the hospital where I had Nigerian nurses hold my hand when I was scared of the ventilator.  They reassured me, sang to me, brushed my hair before my husband came, and dammit – took care of me with exquisite empathy.

Trump said of those nurses:

Forty thousand had come from Nigeria, Mr. Trump added. Once they had seen the United States, they would never ‘go back to their huts’ in Africa, recalled the two officials, who asked for anonymity to discuss a sensitive conversation in the Oval Office.”

But, let’s not stop there.

Trump has decided that he’s not going the visit England because he’s afraid they won’t honor his ass properly.  Imagine that!

But, what do you expect from a man who brags that he sold F-52s to Norway.
As the Washington Post reports, F-52 jets are fictional planes that are only found in the video game “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.”
Good Lord – no grasp on reality at all.

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38 Comments to “Trump’s Total Craphole”

  1. Jane & PKM says:

    Our best friend and uncle to our boys came from El Salvador.

    While many of our El Salvadoran friends have never held a golf club, it would be grand if Donnie would accept an invitation to the ranch for a golf duel. He and 5 of his family/friends can line up. We’ll form a line 300 yards from them. Then it would be on to see who could drive the most golf ball through their thick skulls.

  2. Jane and PKM, I would pay cash money to be able to use one of those golf clubs.

  3. I had been away from my computer for a while so the first I heard of this was when Lester Holt reported it on the 6:30 news. I have been angered, enraged saddened and cried more times than I can count since 11/9, but this is the first time I immediately burst into tears. To say that I hate that man with the heat of a million white hot suns is to severely understate the issue.

    I was reared in Baptist household, I have been married to a Baptist preacher for 45 years. I have been taught love and forgiveness and tried to practice it all my life. Right now I don’t think that I can EVER find it in myself to forgive those who support and enable this thing*, this alleged president, this EVIL.

  4. The F-52 is the aircraft of our dreams. Never a dime over budget and it fights fictional enemies to perfection. Until, of course, we hit on selling the F-53 to El Salvadore.

  5. Robert McClellan says:

    Can someone with a better memory than me tell me; after a his first year in office did someone say “Obama’s starting to look Presidential” ?

  6. slipstream says:

    I wouldn’t be happy about the F-52, Lless. It was a rogue pilot in an F-52 who was responsible for the Bowling Green massacre.

  7. Tilphousia says:

    The only shithole is the one traitor trump stands in. Perpetually. The only thing traitor trump deserves is for his racist ass to be kicked out of the “dump” he lives in and put in solitary confinement for life. Traitor trump is insane, racist and unfortunately more stupid than a sack of hammers. He can’t tell reality from fiction. He must be removed. NOW!

  8. Y’all, I need to clarify that Baptist thing. I’m a nowadays rare bird, a liberal Baptist. Early Baptists were pretty darn radical and liberal. Unlike them, I’m a Baptist who has become an atheist. Yeah. It’s possible.

  9. Right on RA. This atheist watched west Africans attend to the needs of his Alzheimer’s afflicted mother in law and father as the advanced stages claimed them in nursing homes. All I saw was minimum wage angels. Henceforth I will refer to the scuzbucket racist others elected as SH Trump. Hope that gets past Momma.

  10. Jere Armen says:

    Well, that solves Prince Harry & Meghan’s problem about inviting the Obamas to their wedding…

  11. “Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman.”

    Justice Louis Brandeis, “Other People’s Money—and How Bankers Use It” (1914)

    and yes, he was a D.

  12. Kate Dungan says:

    The madness of King Donald.

  13. I would be speechless, except that I agree with RA about the hate scorching my heart. My daughter and I agree that it is difficult to describe how this scumweasel inspires us to homicidal wishes. I hope for an aneurism daily, but not for me, obviously. The ugly racist squatting in the White House is beyond help. I don’t think he is mentally ill– I think he is an irretrievable bastard, mean and nasty to the core. In addition, he is stupid and egotistic and selfish and cold. In the main, a true shithole himself. And apparently, the GOP loves and supports shitholes. Which makes them shitholeshits.

  14. I think El Duffus was referring to the sale of F-52s to NorMay, which is apparently a country like Nambia in the parallel universe where he and his “best people” WH staff live and work every day.
    (The official WH schedule for Wednesday included the line item that the president would be meeting with the prime minister of NorMay, not Norway, which is a really strange typo given that the “w” and the “m” on the keyboard are no way near one another.)

  15. Trump is both a fool and a certifiable nut case, but the GOP seems to be happy to keep him as long as he’s THEIR fool and certifiable nut case. They may flinch, but they’ll never give up an ounce of hold on power. It’s power over country every day for those SOBs.

  16. Yes, I hold the office of presidency in high esteem and I have even had high esteem for some previous office holders – but I draw the damn line at charicatures!

  17. When Tom taught at SHSU we were “hosts” to a Nigerian couple who were enrolled there. They came to dinner often and when I had a baby in January, Ada came to see me. Needless to say, in an East Texas town, this was upsetting to the staff. She was tall, regal and dressed in her “native” clothes. The nurses hung around my room and were shocked when she got out a bag of Nigerian dirt and put some of it on my son’s face and declared him a Nigerian. I was thrilled.

    The first year out of college, I taught in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Wonderful country there too, until the American need for drugs ruined it.

  18. Come on people none of us are surprised…I can spell RACIST and will say it ,no matter how you change the subject that is what he is!

  19. Karen Crosby says:

    You are on fire! And, related to the U.K., Trump is blaming President Obama for the decision to move the US embassy. Ah, that was a George W. Bush administration decision!

    The cartoons were so good.

  20. I’m late to the party and y’all have pretty much covered what I was going to say. My mother too was tended by carers from Nigeria and Namibia, both fine women.

    I’m surprised he was planning to go to Britain at all, since he said he wouldn’t go until the masses would cheer him in the streets, which was going to be just after I flap my arms and fly to the moon. But he’s so delusional he probably thought he was going to be cheered.

    I think we ought to send Mama to DC with a big cake of lye soap to wash his mouth out. And his other end, since they seem to be so closely connected, hard though that will be on Mama.

  21. To be clear!

    The s***hole we are most concerned about is the one appearing someplace inside 45’s brain as the neurons get destroyed by whatever 45’s quack doctor couldn’t be bothered to diagnose. What we are now getting are the echoes of memories that 45 had as a child when he listened to what was being said by the people around him.
    I think he was being literal about going back to the times “when America was great”, or as many suspect the 50s. He is *comforted* by Xenophobia and Racism. He is desperate for a time when a white man could be dominant because that is how the society of this country was perpetuated.
    As a child of the 60s, I have experienced the reality that color and religion are important. But, due to *my* upbringing, their import has more to do with contrast to my own circumstance, and by that I mean (typically) being interesting and enjoyable. Empathy allows the “sameness” of being human to tie my past with those I meet, no matter how “different”.
    There truly are s***holes in this world. My friends that came from Venezuela tell heartbreaking stories of what has happened, and what is happening. I have seen a woman competing with goats for gleanings in a trash heap in Kuwait City, at that time one of the richest places in the world. To deny the fact that there *are* s***holes is another flight from reality. It is important to distinguish the s***hole, and the people that are stuck there.

    Recently we discovered that the builders of our house screwed up, and that ~17 years ago they left a slit in the flashing over a window. That allowed water, and time, to eventually rot out a fair portion of the wall around and below the window. Thankfully, we were able to find competent (and available) people that could help us. It just so happened their first language isn’t English. I am more than pleased with the results, in part because they were also interesting, friendly, and empathic to our plight.

    So I too have a story of people “not from around here”. These folks are everything that our fearful leader is not. And that contrast is tearing me up inside.

  22. Jane & PKM says:

    It’s Hopeful Friday. Donnie will have his annual physical today and there are 3 possible hopeful outcomes.

    #3. Get your will in order, you have less than six weeks remaining.
    #2. DNR
    #1. Toe tag

  23. I cannot stop thinking about these racist comments. I read today trump said he did not day that. Unless he was by himself there was someone at that meeting who should have the backbone to stand up and say ” I was at the meeting and he did say that”. That statement is so appalling that I could not control myself but would tell the truth. Doesn’t anyone who was at that meeting care they work for a racist! What are they afraid of anyway…

  24. Maymoon, I heard Dick Durbin on MSNBC this morning, very clearly saying that he was at that meeting and that the reporting of the comments was completely accurate. Still waiting for any Repub to speak up and confirm. Not holding my breath.

  25. Jill Ann, I did not see that but you are right when will a Republican stand up to trump? It would not totally redeem the party but would go along way to help the individual with the guts to stand up to trump! I also will not hold my breath

  26. This smells like a Steven Miller operation to me. Not a gaffe. Intentional. As Jill Ann pointed out, repugnantcans are silent. But the main thing they’re afraid of is ruining a play they may or may not understand. Miller’s had everybody’s attention for almost 24 hours. I think he’s about to hit back. Someone, probably several, will start screaming that the countries he mentioned were shitholes because the people who live there have made them that way, and why in God’s name would we want more of them? So they can screw up America more than Democrats already have? Their dear leader didn’t bring up race, the liberal media did. Are liberals therefore saying that El Salvador, Haiti and Africa are shitholes because non-white folks made them that way? Sounds like it to them. All Donnie was saying was that we should get more winners in here. Damn racist Liberals.
    It’s a theory.

  27. My elderly parents are cared for by a woman from Ghana. She is from a large and very accomplished family- doctors, attorneys. She is also the most amazing, caring person and we absolutely could not live without her. When she takes her infrequent vacations, we hold our breath hoping another Ghanian will fill in. Amazing, remarkable people.

  28. I find it so appropriate that the shithole president will have his medical exam conducted by a REAR Admiral today.

    I assume it will include a rectal exam. Maybe he can locate a missing brain or at least a sense of decency up there.

  29. e platypus onion says:

    Robert McClellan says:
    January 11, 2018 at 8:31 pm

    I didn’t find what you asked for, but according to wingnuts for Obama, he hit the ground in full Potus mode. Apparently, they were very impressed with his political accumen.

  30. I have heard that Miz Lindsey said, yes he said it- no he didn’t. Lyin Ryan said the language was “unfortunate.” Buncha halfwit dumbasses seem to recognize that he said something repugnant, but can’t own up to his exact words.

    BTW, “President Shithole” is trending on Twitter. I’m willing to add that title to the other one I use for Orange Whore: Liar-in-Chief.

  31. slipstream says:

    Dang. Now I don’t know whether to refer to him as “President Pussygrabber” or “President Shithole.”

    Modern politics is so confusing.

  32. This little video might make some wonder where the title of “shithole” actually fits best. It’s known as the Annual Migration of the Tumbleweeds. The wildebeests are jealous.

  33. On the plus side, I have a new favorite anagram!
    Shit hole = His Hotel

    Deb, whose Mom immigrated here from one of those holes….

  34. I am so sorry that you were in the hospital and had a ventilator. What a traumatic experience that must have been. Please accept my best wishes for your continued recovery, we need your wit and wisdom more than you can know.

  35. Sandridge says:

    Debbo, his full ‘honorific’ title is:
    Presid*nt Donnei J. Shithead, SOBOTUS, Thief-in-Chief, UltraStupidAsshole-of-Cretins.

  36. Sandridge says:

    And since the topic is immigration and emigration: I’ve finally gotten serious about digging the family genealogy and it’s pretty amazing what you find when you look over census pages, marriage records, etc. (yep, finally signed up for ” ” , after hacking it the hard way for a couple of decades; even on sale, expensive, but so far worth it)
    Because while your kin are on just a few lines, there are all those other people listed, and the old censuses and other records usually delineated information about the individuals place of birth, etc.; but even more, often show that information for their parents.

    You can see how those people came from many different distant places, apparently seeking a better life. Especially obvious looking at city census pages from 1890-1920.

    Another useful technique is when looking at census pages, don’t just focus on your ‘of interest now’ kinfolk. Look over the nearby addresses/lines, you may find that whole family groupings (parents, in-laws, siblings, cousins, etc) settled in the same area.
    If you’re familiar with those related surnames (even if not, they may pop up later to recall) you can sometimes find where a lot of family all lived on adjacent or close-by plots of land. Most interesting connections, at least for my paternal side (so far).
    A bunch of them pushed onto what was then a frontier area, and settled in ‘the woods’ with streams handy, etc. Fascinating to imagine life back then, and I’ve actually visited that location and walked around it thinking of the harsh, but probably simple and fun, life they had. But at the time I knew relatively little of them, now, so much more. Going to have to go back there, lots more to see.

    Another now very useful website is “Find A Grave”, with cemetery headstone pictures, etc (mostly taken by volunteers, bless ’em, the site is far better than in years past).
    What’s downright spooky is seeing pics of stones going back 150-200 years with your “own” name on them, of your own ancestors who bore that very same name, passed on for generations (5gen so far). Some were apparently fairly well off, judging from the fancy monuments (and census asset data [which the census no longer asks for]). Wish it had made it down to us, I had to start from scratch, dang it :[ .

    Not following the convention exactly, but y’all can call me ‘Sandridge V’ (so far), heheh ;] , or the expletive of your choice.
    I also ‘just know’ that a connection to a fairly well-known UK peerage group is in there somewhere further back (there’s even a US state named for one of them– some of you might figure that out, I couldn’t possibly comment…).

  37. e platypus onion says:

    To distract everyone from Drumpf’s langwidge, Hawaiian officials reported an incoming missile to cell phones today, freaking out everyone.

  38. I was at home in Hawaii with some friends from Alaska, another state that is no stranger to disasters, and we calmly checked the t.v. and the radio until the all clear came through.

    My guess is that no one needed either coffee or laxatives this morning.


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