Donald Trump Tops Google Image Search for ‘Idiot’

“If you Google image search idiot right now, you`ll find images of President Donald Trump. Online activists, in protest of Trump`s policies regarding unauthorized immigrants and members of the LGBTQ community, among others, are pushing his portraits to the top by manipulating the search engines ranking algorithm, as first reported by The Guardian earlier this week.”

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These online activists aren`t criminals or evil hackers, they are patriots performing a public service by manipulating algorithms to push photos of the stable genius to the top of Google Image searches for “idiot.”


It`s axiomatic that Trump the real estate developer is an idiot, although he`s never declared personal bankruptcy several Trump-controlled businesses have gone bankrupt, and over a dozen Trump business ventures have failed spectacularly, including Trump Steaks, Trump Airlines, Trump University and Trump Vodka.

Operating a casino is practically a license to print money, only a fuc*ing moron or somebody who cheats the mafia from their share fails in this lucrative business.


Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was so enraged by Trump`s insane foreign policy that he called him a “fucking moron” in a private meeting, and refused to deny he said it publicly, even though he knew it would seal his fate with the thin-skinned narcissist.

Chief of Staff John Kelly, former chief economic adviser Gary Cohn, and Steve Bannon are the most prominent administration officials who have called Trump a variant of “idiot.” Practically every politician, Republican and Democrat, has called Trump an idiot in private.


Trump doesn`t know the meaning of discretion, he has a penchant for bedding porn stars, Playboy models and other assorted skanks who don`t exactly have tendency for keeping things on the downlow. Then he tries to buy their silence by having them sign nondisclosure agreements for paltry sums. Of course the shit and the semen-encrusted thongs are going to hit the fan.



Donald Trump’s ‘Executive Time’ Should be Extended to 12 Hours a Day

“President Donald Trump`s work days reportedly begin as late as 11 a.m., end by 6 p.m., and often contain hours of executive time.

Trump`s private schedule, which was obtained by Axios, showed `executive time` listed from 8 a.m. until 11 a.m., when he was `in his residence, watching TV, making phone calls and tweeting.` He also had `executive time` periods scheduled throughout each day.”

Huffington Post

Like most septuagenarians Donald Trump doesn`t get much more than four of sleep a night, and like most septuagenarians he doesn`t make the most out of his waking hours. When you get that old and decrepit you consider it a productive day if you manage to put on your adult diapers without any assistance.

Most of us endure a long commute before reaching the office, but all Trump has to do is walk down the stairs to the Oval Office. Nevertheless, Trump needs three hours of executive time before his official workday begins.

In Trump`s case executive time is a synonym for farting around: He watches cable news channels, calls his billionaire pals, and tweets his fool head off. If an average hard-working stiff indulged in more than five minutes of executive time at work he`d get canned.

But don`t get me wrong, I`m not complaining, in fact I would be delighted if Trump`s executive time was extended to 12 hours per day. Trump`s administration doesn`t need their Fearless Leader`s bumbling interference, they would get a lot more accomplished if the stable genius spent all of his day in his bed, tweeting and snacking on cheese balls.

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Stable Genius Donald Trump is a Consequential and Consensual President

“US President Donald Trump has deleted a Tweet citing his consensual presidency after the typo was caught by the Twittersphere.

Trump initially misquoted conservative columnist Michael Goodwin with two tweets citing Goodwin as saying:

`His is turning out to be an enormously consensual presidency. So much so that … there has never been a day that I wished Hillary Clinton were President. Not one. Indeed, as Trump`s accomplishments accumulate, the mere thought of Clinton in the W.H., doubling down on Obama`s … failed policies, washes away any doubts that America made the right choice. This was truly a change election, and the changes Trump is bringing are far-reaching and necessary.` Thank you Michael Goodwin! (Please read entire column)”

On his second attempt, the President replaced `consensual` with Goodwin`s actual adjective – `consequential` — and included the columnist`s reference to Trump`s missteps.”


Michael Goodwin is spot on, Donald Trump is a consequential president, only not in the sense of an Abraham Lincoln who emancipated the slaves and saved our union, or a Franklin Roosevelt whose New Deal saved us from the Great Depression and whose decisive leadership helped defeat the Nazis in World War II.

Trump is a consequential president in the sense that his tweets mocking and provoking an unstable dictator of a nuclear county may trigger World War III. Trump`s irrational behavior may or may not destroy civilization, but his ineffectual leadership and autocratic behavior has already done irreparable harm to our democracy.

Donald Trump was also spot on when he misquoted Goodwin as saying that he was a “consensual” president. The self-described “stable genius” is a fuc*ing moron who should have been impeached already.

Trump remains in power only because the Republicans have made a Faustian bargain, they turn a blind eye to his corruption, stupidity and plain evil nature, in return for getting conservative justices on the Supreme Court and conservative judges on circuit and appeals courts. And not to mention a Tax Scam that hurts the disenfranchised and enriches the one percent.

Congressional Republicans and the Republicans in Trump`s administration are consenting to all the tomfoolery and racism emanating from the White House.

It`s incumbent upon the electorate to vote Democratic in the mid-term elections so Congress can get serious about impeaching and removing Trump from power.

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