An Emboldened Trump Has Only One Setting Now: Full-on Crazy

The first three years of the Trump administration have been chaotic, corrupt — well just plain crazy.

Trump was emboldened after the impact of the Mueller Report fizzled out after Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s unsteady (I’m being kind) performance before the House Judiciary Committee and Attorney General William Barr’s disingenuous spin of his report declawed the Democrat’s attempt to rid the nation of history’s most incompetent, corrupt and ineffectual president.

One day after Mueller’s weak performance before Congress Trump made his fateful phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in which he repeatedly sought his help in an attempt to damage Trump’s political rival, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

Now that the stable genius has been acquitted by his sycophants in the Senate who wouldn’t find him guilty if he crucified the Pope on Fifth Avenue, he will be fully unplugged for the remainder of his term.

Trump began his “I’m Exonerated and Nobody Can Stop Me” tour with his deplorable antics at the National Prayer Breakfast. The short-fingered vulgarian denigrated the faith of Mitt Romney and Nancy Pelosi while the assembled people of faith remained mute and fiddled with their rosaries or leafed through their Bibles.

Trump’s disgraceful and ungodly performance at the National Prayer Breakfast was just a warmup for his batshit crazy stream-of-consciousness airing of grievances at his exoneration celebration in the East Room of the White House

Trump has banished all the adults from the White House and there’s nobody left except sycophants and enablers with brown noses and skinned knees. There are no guardrails and we are in for a hell of a roller coaster ride that will leave us all vomiting and begging the Almighty to put us out of our misery.