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originally posted by: ConscienceZombie
Here's a perspective on this. The op says that trump is a conspiracy theorist. I won't argue with that. We all question what's around us. In his inauguration speech he did mention that there was a small group of people who are stealing from the American people.
So your trump and you believe this conspiracy. Now your president and you want to go about proving it. But as you dig you find its not so small of a group but a lot of people who in all have their hands in everything.
How do you as a president fight something like that?
We’re only three months into Donald Trump’s presidency and much of the world is teetering on the brink of catastrophe.
*Trump has launched dozens of missiles into Syria.
*He dropped the biggest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan.
*He’s shaking his tiny fists at Iran and North Korea.
Never mind that he can’t remember what his policies were last month and can’t keep track of his naval “armada.”
Domestically Trump is just as disorganized and incompetent.
*A promise to repeal ObamaCare was unceremoniously abandoned after Congress refused to even hold a vote.
*His ban on Muslims coming into the country was halted by several federal court rulings.
*The wall on the Mexican border isn’t being built, and neither Mexico nor Congress will pay for it.
You have to wonder if he is tired of winning yet.
These failures may just be the result of someone with zero experience trying to run a government he never liked to begin with. Or they may be symptoms of something much more ominous.
“We feel, as mental health professionals, that we have a duty to the public to warn them about Donald Trump’s mental illness,” said John Gartner, a former a part-time assistant professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University Medical School.
originally posted by: carewemust
Trump had better hurry up, or the same fate awaits him as President Kennedy.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: BuzzyWigs
If we weren't in danger of going to war with Canada over dairy cows I'd move there.