Donald Trump Won’t Stop Tweeting Until a Hero Chops Off His Tiny Hands

“One day after swearing in a new chief of staff, President Trump has a message for the world: He won`t stop tweeting.

 

`Only the Fake News Media and Trump enemies want me to stop using Social Media (110 million people),` Trump said in a post Tuesday. `Only way for me to get the truth out!`”

USA TODAY

Donald Trump wouldn`t recognize the truth if it bit off his tiny pecker and flushed it down the toilet.

This tweet is another one in the endless series of lies that emanate from the White House. It`s not only Trump`s enemies (which are legion) that want him to stop tweeting, most Americans want him to stop utilizing social media.

According to a recent YouGov poll a total of 58% of respondents said they thought Trump`s use of Twitter was inappropriate compared to just 25% saying it was appropriate. A further 17% said they were not sure.

Trump`s tweet seems to be a warning that the new sheriff in town, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, won`t be able to curb his obsession with Twitter.

I`m sure he won`t, Trump will be tweeting until the glorious day when he`s impeached and removed from office.

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Majority of Americans Would Give Up Alcohol to See Donald Trump Impeached

“Donald Trump`s presidency has caused stress and anxiety in Americans across the country, many of whom have opted to offset their worries with an extra glass of wine or two or shots of whiskey from time to time. But as it turns out, the majority of citizens say they would quit drinking alcohol tomorrow if it meant the president would be impeached.

Nearly 73 percent of Democrats and 17 percent of Republicans said they would abstain from alcohol for the rest of their lives if they could see the official political process begin to remove Trump, according to a Detox.net survey of 1,013 men and women nationwide.

The latest data set showing support for Trump`s impeachment-an exhaustive political process that includes no definite promise of his removal-comes at a time when multiple Democratic lawmakers are drafting articles of impeachment and at some point could bring them to the floor of Congress.”

Newsweek

The alcoholism rate has skyrocketed (my personal observation) since Donald Trump assumed office, the only way that a rational human being can endure Trump`s tweets, incoherent babbling, and crude behavior is by getting wasted.

The majority of Americans would abstain from alcohol for the rest of their lives if the long and arduous impeachment process began, although we might turn to a controlled substance until the vulgar short-fingered buffoon is finally impeached and removed from office.

I would give up all of my vices, which shall remain unnamed, for the rest of my life if the House drafts articles of impeachment. In fact, in a vow that`s sure to please all of my haters, I would give up writing if the orange fascist was impeached.

But until the moron is impeached we will keep our liquor cabinets well stocked with whiskey and gin.

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Donald Trump Should be Impeached Sooner Rather Than Later

The Trump administration is mired in scandal, the Republican legislative agenda is in paralysis, while the president`s surrogates try to manage the chaos by issuing statements that are contradicted by the Twitterer-in-chief in the same news cycle.

The Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, the Majority Leader of the Senate Mitch McConnell, and the rest of the GOP leaders are in a perpetual state of anguish over the pandemonium swirling around the White House, but Trump who thrives in turmoil calmly tweets in the Oval Office, creating even more trouble for his handlers and advisers.

Trump could very well survive four or even eight years of scandals and controversy without suffering a heart attack or a mental breakdown, but the Republican Party, our democracy and the American people can`t endure this madness for much longer.

Trump has been in office for only four months, but the evidence is already overwhelming that he is temperamentally unfit, and intellectually incapable of being president. Trump has relied on his intuition in his career as a businessman, he has basically “winged it,” and that has led to as many bankruptcies as great deals.

But you can`t “wing it” as commander-in-chief of the greatest military in the world, without risking Armageddon. Many Democrats are praying and hoping that next year they will regain control of Congress, and be in position to impeach Trump.

But we simply can`t wait that long, it`s incumbent upon Republicans to value our country over party and begin impeachment proceedings. The bombshell news that Trump asked then FBI Director James Comey to drop his investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn may finally motivate them to do the right thing.

The longer Trump remains in power the more irreparable harm he will inflict on the GOP and our country, it`s in the best interests of Republicans, Democrats and our democracy for Trump to be impeached sooner rather than later.

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Donald Trump Impeachment Talk 24/7

When discussing Donald Trump and the Russia investigation the “I” word is now in play. I`m not talking about the word “idiot,” even most Republicans would agree that the way Trump has handled the presidency in general, and the Russia controversy in specific is idiotic.

I`m talking about the word “Impeachment,” it`s not just Democratic nutjobs like Rep. Maxine Waters who are calling for Trump`s impeachment, even level-headed Republicans are bandying about the weighty word.

Impeachment is now in the national zeitgeist, there`s a Web site with almost a million signed onto a petition imploring the Senate to impeach Trump. There`s an “Impeach Trump” Twitter account and late night comics make jokes about Trump being impeached almost every night.

Donald Trump isn`t going to be impeached as long as Republicans control both chambers of Congress, but the impeachment talk is an albatross around Trump`s neck that ensures that his agenda is dead in the water.

Impeachment talk has now hit a fever pitch with the revelation James Comey penned a memo after a Valentine`s Day meeting with Trump in which Comey associates say the president asked him to end the investigation into former national security adviser and noted Russophile Michael Flynn.

Can you say “obstruction of justice”? Can you say “Watergate all over again”? Cay you say “failed presidency”?

I`m praying that Democrats will take control of the Senate in the mid-term elections and impeach the bastard.

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Should Donald Trump Be Impeached or Executed?

Edward J. Snowden, a former National Security Agency contractor, is a hero who leaked troves of top-secret NSA documents on vast surveillance programs. Pre-Snowden most of us were under the impression that only terrorists, spies and criminals were under the systemic surveillance of Big Brother. It turns out that the feds are interested in the emails, blogs, and telephone conversation of everybody, including your fat mother.

In my humble opinion Snowden should be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, but Donald Trump isn`t likely to award him any medals. In the summer of 2013, Trump tweeted that Snowden was a traitor who gave serious information to China and Russia and should be executed.

Trump`s primary responsibility is to protect American citizens, and he betrayed that trust by providing the Russians with highly classified information that was given to us by Israel with the understanding that it shouldn`t be shared with Russia or any other entity. Trump betrayed his presidential duty, Israel and America, and if I was as intemperate as he is, I would be calling for his execution.

It`s illegal and unethical to call for the execution of the President of the United States, although God knows we would be better off if he was dead. I `m not calling for Trump to be executed, but can we at least agree that he needs to be impeached?

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Man Dies Peacefully After Being Told Donald Trump Had Been Impeached

“An Oregon man died peacefully after being told – falsely – that President Donald Trump had been impeached, according to his obituary.

Michael Garland Elliott, 75, died April 6 after suffering from declining health. His ex-wife, Teresa Elliott, who is described in the obituary as his best friend and only surviving relative, was the last voice he heard before he passed away, according to the obituary published in the Oregonian.

She told him the president had been impeached from office.
`And the last thing she said to him was `Donald Trump has been impeached,` the obituary reads. `Upon hearing that he took his final, gentle breath, his earthly work concluded.`”

Time

Elliot`s wife may not have been speaking truthfully, but she was speaking prophetically. You don`t have to be a psychologist or a political science major to discern that Trump`s ignorance, ineptitude, arrogance and corruption will inevitably lead to his impeachment.

I have written dozens of articles denouncing fake news, but this is one instance where it`s morally and ethically correct to ease a loved one`s passage into the great beyond with the comforting faux news that Trump has been impeached.

I`m too much of a cynic, I wouldn`t believe it if a loved one told me that Trump had been impeached to soothe my soul as I lay on my death bed. I would demand that she would bring me Trump`s shrived up little pecker or the New York Times obituary as proof.

Let`s hope and pray that in two years the Democrats will gain control of both houses of Congress, and that they will indeed impeach the Orange Menace. Trump`s impeachment would invigorate me, and add a good ten years to my life.

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