Keep dropping bigger and bigger bombs at random, to win bipartisan oolitical and “mainstream” media compliance, and civilian lives be damned!
As StandIndivisible tweets: “He’s trying to bomb his way out of . We’ll be lucky if he even knows what country he bombed.”
The man is completely immoral, and so are those who would enable him.
The Budget Director “has issued a declaration of class war against the American people,” Richard Eskow writes at OurFuture.org. The Mulvaney monster “wants to radically overhaul our tax system to benefit the rich.”
It’s VlaDImir Putin, news guys and gals.
From Trump’s point of view, the problem with Obamacare is that it’s working.
But he has plans to fix that, as he explained to The Wall Street Journal.
Read Tierney Sweed at Talking Points Memo and weep that this thug is our President.
How can an article in The New York Times today possibly refer to Trump’s “drain-the-swamp instincts,” as if such chimerical attribute actually exists?
Not only is there almost no arts coverage, but there are serried ranks of me-too editorial boards who cheered on Trump’s change-the-subject–FAST pivot on Syria with its disastrous, utterly duplicitous and rash bombing bachannal.
Adam Johnson at FAIR tots up the stats and you won’t believe how homogeneous was the editorial response.
Where was her heart when our bombing strikes killed 1,000 Syrian civilians in March?
Where was her heart when Daddy went on his mad tirades demonizing Syrian refugees?
Where was her heart when our strikes last week killed Syrian children?
Where was her heart as Trump schemed to destroy Medicaid?
Where is her heart now as Trump plans to kill Social Security?
The completely illegitimate new Injustice joins an extreme right-wing, democracy-wrecking Supreme Court majority bought and paid for by the Kochs and the Mercers.
Our Supreme Court is at this point fatally compromised.
Owen Jones in The Guardian is rightly incredulous that: “A man who backs torture and castigated his predecessors for not stealing Iraq and Syria’s oil is literally being rehabilitated by the liberal pundits: as a man of compassion, a man of strength, with the resolve that Obama apparently lacked. . . .
History will ask: how did this man become president? And how did he maintain power when he did? Look no further than this brittle, weak, pathetic liberal ‘opposition’. The US deserves better, and so does the world.”