Trump having more fun

Oh my gracious. Donald Trump suggests that the issues between the US and Russia might have something to do with both countries.

Chorus: Treason!

Then the man notes that Putin denies he interferred with US elections (which he so did) and that Trump is willing to pay attention to the denial and disregard the “Intelligence Community’s” assessment (based on a non-examination of DNC servers conducted by a non-governmental entity so, well, totally true).

Chorus: Double Dog TREASON!!!

And so on.

It is well past time for Trump to release every single document, unredacted, going to the origins of the “Intelligence Community’s” political investigation of the Trump campaign. The originating communications, the FISA applications, the internal communcations in the DOJ and the FBI as well as the documents held by the “Intelligence Community”.

The sources and methods have all, largely, been leaked. There are no secrets here except how the IC and the FBI and the DOJ behaved poorly (and likely illegally) in their efforts to “get” Trump.

Chorus: Double Dog Treason!!! with a Stinky Finger!

And it is time for Trump to tell Sessions to tell Rosenstein to tell Mueller he has until September 1 to provide evidence of a crime directly related to the 2016 election or he’s fired. No more funding and we want all your documents too.

Chorus: Obstruction and Treason and Impeachment!!!

And Trump should invite Putin and Xi to Mar Largo for a few days of golf. Just for shits and giggles. No press, no press conferences, just a few guys having a bit of guy time together.

Chorus: Impossible! Sexist, Racist, Treason, Death to America – ooopps- like Death to the Dictators!

So giddy up Donald…the swamp is not going to drain itself and the MSM are running so fast that they will turn to butter. Like little African American Sambo’s tiger.

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8 thoughts on “Trump having more fun

  1. Neil Wilson says:

    With all the screaming that Trump is a traitor and has really done it this time, virtually everyone misunderstands what he is doing and what is really going on.

    First, Trump is a master negotiator who made billions in New York real estate. Whatever you think of him, what he says ultimately means little compared to what he does. And I believe he truly does not care what people say about him now as he has an agenda to go down in history as the POTUS who had the greatest impact on the world (for good and for the USA). And he may achieve it. And of course he has a Brobdingnagian sized ego but what politician / billionaire doesn’t.

    Second, there are only three big dogs in play on the planet, Trump, Putin and Xi. Everyone else is of lessor import with May and Merkel being 2nd tier and Skippy somewhere down in the 4th or 5th rung (where he has placed himself I might add with his weak virtual signalling by placing gender, environment, and indigenous issues in a trade deal).

    Third, we are talking realpolitik here. Why would he stand beside Putin and dis him at a summit – he is not playing for the folks at home like Obama did and Trudeau does now. He simply was not muddled by the Mueller set up of releasing new Russian indictments just before the summit nor by the US AP reporter hitting him with the gotcha question.

    As the Godfather put it, “it is best to keep your friends close and your enemies closer”. Being gracious to Putin personally while actively opposing what he does is his approach to getting results. He is simply playing the long game in a manner only he can.

    • Jay Currie says:

      I think that is about right Neil. The only thing I would add is that the American Establishment is terrified of Trump because they have literally no leverage on the man.

      At the superficial level the Establishment – try as it might – can’t manage to make even the hint of a case that he “colluded” with the Russians to win the election. The Russians might have interfered – although the evidence for that is pretty shakey – but not with Trump’s blessing. And without that case all the rest of the efforts to depose Trump are purely political and doomed to failure.

      At a much deeper level Trump does not subscribe to Establishment “norms”. He does not see the Intelligence Community as infallible and beyond reproach. He does not accept a globalist perspective. He is unashamed to be an American. He has no interest at all in signalling any particular virtue and, worst of all, he does not need the “Library” and “book deal” and “Netflix bribe” at the end of his term.

      All of which means Trump is an existential threat to “politics as usual”. A gun at the head of the insiders who have run post WW-II Washington.

      Now, if the insiders had had a record of world-beating success this might be a problem; but the shambolic series of foreign policy disasters from Korea to Syria and an economy fettered with regulation, inefficiencies and bureaucracy do not speak well for the insiders. Nor does the state of American cities, race relations or education suggest that the insiders, the Establishment, is particularly competent on the domestic front.

      Trump is the beginning of a process of renewal. Even with two terms he will not have enough time to completely drain the swamp. But he will have time to change the direction of the American polity away from the failed policies of progressivism and globalism.Which utterly terrifies an Establishment which has never known anything else.

    • Jay Currie says:

      I think that is about right Neil. The only thing I would add is that the American Establishment is terrified of Trump because they have literally no leverage on the man.

      At the superficial level the Establishment – try as it might – can’t manage to make even the hint of a case that he “colluded” with the Russians to win the election. The Russians might have interfered – although the evidence for that is pretty shakey – but not with Trump’s blessing. And without that case all the rest of the efforts to depose Trump are purely political and doomed to failure.

      At a much deeper level Trump does not subscribe to Establishment “norms”. He does not see the Intelligence Community as infallible and beyond reproach. He does not accept a globalist perspective. He is unashamed to be an American. He has no interest at all in signalling any particular virtue and, worst of all, he does not need the “Library” and “book deal” and “Netflix bribe” at the end of his term.

      All of which means Trump is an existential threat to “politics as usual”. A gun at the head of the insiders who have run post WW-II Washington.

      Now, if the insiders had had a record of world-beating success this might be a problem; but the shambolic series of foreign policy disasters from Korea to Syria and an economy fettered with regulation, inefficiencies and bureaucracy do not speak well for the insiders. Nor does the state of American cities, race relations or education suggest that the insiders, the Establishment, is particularly competent on the domestic front.

      Trump is the beginning of a process of renewal. Even with two terms he will not have enough time to completely drain the swamp. But he will have time to change the direction of the American polity away from the failed policies of progressivism and globalism.Which utterly terrifies an Establishment which has never known anything else.

      • Neil Wilson says:

        I agree with what you say. Trump is refreshing – a statement not welcomed by most. I am unabashedly Canadian who blasts out the Maple Leaf Forever at full volume on Canada Day but I think also that Trump is what is needed to wake up our own little Swamp-on-the-Rideau. With the exception of engaging Brain Mulroney on the file, Skippy has done everything wrong on NAFTA (and every other file for that matter) so, unfortunately, we need to lose a couple of dust-ups with Trump to wake up our own Eloi to the perils of voting for a hair-style. Trump is a true Black Swan.

    • Cytotoxic says:

      As is the case with anything Trumptards say, the only value in what you write is the insight it provides into your delusions. Off the bat you setup the scene such that nothing Trump says can be wrong. He is literally unfalsifiable. You also lied about his negotiating skills: https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2018/05/trump-almost-always-folds/560948/

  2. derek says:

    Those screaming the loudest are the ones who can’t win a war against a bunch of inbred goat herders, can’t run a secure communication network without exposing their stupidity to the world, whose only accomplishment is to ship pallets of cash to be use to foment war in the middle east, and to reestablish slave markets in North Africa.

    And they still haven’t figured out that having their rants broadcast on CNN is worthless.

    Hillary and the DNC wanted the nation to entrust them with the government and were incapable of even the most basic security hygiene.

    But these people have never faced any accountability, and darned if they are going to let that change.

  3. Cytotoxic says:

    Your mendacity is only matched by your delusions.

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