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« on: August 18, 2018, 06:36:50 am »

Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is a mental condition in which a person has been driven effectively insane due to their dislike of Donald Trump, to the point at which they will abandon all logic and reason.

Symptoms for this condition can be very diverse, ranging from hysterical outbursts to a complete mental break. TDS can also often result in the sufferer exhibiting violent, homicidal, or even genocidal desires.

Sufferers have also been known to wish direct self-harm on themselves (such as increased taxes, a desire for an economic recession, and even nuclear war), provided that an action might in some way hurt Donald Trump.

Paranoia is also a common symptom of TDS. Sufferers have been known to believe that they are in some way being persecuted, and in some cases believe they are about to be a victim of genocide. The paranoia does however not seem to be bad enough to make TDS sufferers act on their beliefs to the extent of attempting to actually leave the united states.

If properly treated, suffers of TDS can make a full recovery. Many suffers have been known to grow out of TDS, yet many can only be treated by having their condition directly treated through the application of logical reasoning. It is also known that products containing soy can exasperate the condition.
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« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2018, 02:10:00 pm »


Yep....people who are blinded by their support for the corrupt, treasonous, criminal idiot Donald J. Trump are certainly deranged alright.
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« Reply #3 on: August 21, 2018, 02:54:04 pm »


Hehehe — this appears in the latest (Monday) print edition of The Seattle Times



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from the print edition of the Los Angeles Times…

After backlash, Trump lowers flag for McCain

The president, silent for two days about the late senator, expresses his respect following outcry from veterans.

By ELI STOKOLS | Tuesday, August 28, 2018

An American flag at the White House flies at half-staff in honor of Senator John McCain. Earlier, the flag had been raised to full staff, sparking objections. — Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images.
An American flag at the White House flies at half-staff in honor of Senator John McCain. Earlier, the flag had been raised to full staff, sparking objections.
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WASHINGTON D.C. — President Trump, after protests from veterans groups, broke two days of silence following the death of Senator John McCain and on Monday belatedly issued the traditional statements honoring the Vietnam War hero and ordering flags to be flown at half-staff until his burial Sunday.

“Despite our differences on policy and politics, I respect Senator John McCain's service to our country and, in his honor, have signed a proclamation to fly the flag of the United States at half-staff until the day of his interment,” Trump said in a statement released about 4 p.m., after widespread condemnation of his failure to pay tribute despite McCain's past criticisms.

Until then, Trump had only tweeted his condolences to McCain's family on Saturday, without any praise for the senator.

Even as McCain was known to be dying, as recently as this month Trump continued to criticize him at political rallies, though not by name, for voting against repealing the Affordable Care Act last year.

His official statement and proclamation came after the president — three separate times on Monday — ignored questions from reporters just a few feet away.

In one instance in the Oval Office, he silently glowered behind the historic Resolute Desk, arms folded, while being asked if he had anything to say about the legacy of McCain, who died on Saturday at 81 after a long battle with brain cancer.

Trump, who has sought to present himself as an ardent backer of the military, relented only after two veterans groups delivered stinging rebukes for what they saw as an obvious lack of respect for McCain, a Navy aviator who spent more than five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam.

Trump famously derided McCain's record in 2015, shortly after announcing his candidacy, by saying McCain was no hero simply because he had been captured.

“It's outrageous that the White House would mark American hero John McCain's death with a two-sentence tweet, making no mention of his heroic and inspiring life,” said Joe Chenelly, national director of American Veterans, commonly known as AMVETS.

Both AMVETS and the American Legion urged Trump to follow the traditional protocol of honoring McCain as other senators and public figures have been honored.

“Mr. President, just this year you released presidential proclamations noting the death of Barbara Bush and Billy Graham. Senator John McCain was an American hero and a cherished member of the American Legion,” that group's national commander, Denise Rohan, said in a statement.

She added, “As I'm certain you are aware, he served five and a half years as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam and retired from the U.S. Navy at the rank of captain.”

About an hour after those statements were released, the White House flag was restored to half-staff, as it had been on Sunday. Shortly afterward, the administration released the president's statement.

The White House also confirmed that Vice President Mike Pence would speak at the ceremony honoring McCain at the Capitol on Friday and that three senior administration officials would attend his funeral: retired Marine General John F. Kelly, the White House chief of staff; Defense Secretary James N. Mattis; and national security advisor John Bolton.

McCain had let it be known that he did not want Trump at his funeral.

As McCain has been praised by lawmakers in both parties for his lifetime of service to his country, Trump's two-day silence spoke volumes about his lingering bitterness toward a senator who, in the winter of his life, often deployed his hard-won moral authority to criticize the president.

Ironically, Trump came under fire on Monday for disrespect involving the flag, the national symbol that he has invoked for two years to divide the country over the non-violent protests of African American football players against racial injustice, wrongly claiming that they're dishonoring the flag and veterans by kneeling during the pre-game playing of the national anthem.

When Washington awoke on Monday, the country's colors flew at half-staff atop government buildings throughout the city in honor of McCain. But at the White House, the flag had been raised back to full staff, sparking objections on social media, cable television shows and elsewhere.

Officially, the White House was not in violation of official protocol, which calls for the flag to be lowered on all federal buildings for one day after the death of a member of Congress. Other senators, however, have been honored for longer periods of time.

Trump has castigated rivals for years using the U.S. flag as a weapon. In 2006, he raised an oversized flag on the grounds of Mar-a-Lago, his Florida golf resort, baiting the city of Palm Beach into suing him as part of an effort to win public support in his separate fight to expand the club.

In 2015, at the outset of his presidential campaign, Trump criticized President Obama, saying he waited too long to order the nation's flags lowered following killings at a military recruiting center in Tennessee.

“This disgraceful omission is unacceptable and yet another example of our incompetent politicians,” Trump tweeted.


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• Eli Stokols is a White House reporter based in the Los Angeles Times Washington, D.C., bureau. He is a veteran of Politico and The Wall Street Journal, where he covered the 2016 presidential campaign and then the Trump White House. A native of Irvine, Stokols grew up in a L.A. Times household and is thrilled to report for what is still his family's hometown paper. He is also a graduate of UC Berkeley and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2018, 04:11:52 am »

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« Reply #7 on: September 08, 2018, 08:33:19 am »


Face facts....John McCain was an American hero who served in the military with distinction when his country needed him.

Donald J. Trump is a gutless, yellow-bellied coward who hid from the military when his country needed him.

Therefore, he is totally and morally unfit to be the commander in chief of the military he turned his back on when he was needed.

No more needs to be said about Trump....someone should publicly present him with a WHITE FEATHER to signify his cowardice.
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« Reply #9 on: September 08, 2018, 06:50:36 pm »

wow you really are a sick cunt with a mind? from the gutter

we need to purge the old queer commie cocksucking train driver to the dustbin of history
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« Reply #10 on: September 08, 2018, 10:36:18 pm »

Trumps millitary making love to putins mercs syria

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« Reply #11 on: September 10, 2018, 08:27:33 am »


See Reply #8.

That is the TRUE situation.

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« Reply #14 on: September 16, 2018, 09:57:27 pm »


Hahaha....the Woodville clown has visited this thread.

I guess the following must apply to him, eh?



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« Reply #15 on: September 19, 2018, 09:23:34 am »

you a simple sub human commie trump derangment syndrome slob have removed all doubt about how mental lefty's are

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from The Washington Post…

Trump feels angry, unprotected amid mounting crises

The president’s latest attack on his attorney general underscores
his lack of trust in many of his subordinates and appointees


By ASHLEY PARKER and PHILIP RUCKER | 9:18PM EDT — Wednesday, September 19, 2018

President Donald J. Trump listens to Polish President Andrzej Duda speak during a joint press conference in the East Room of the White House on September 18, 2018. — Photograph: Calla Kessler/The Washington Post.
President Donald J. Trump listens to Polish President Andrzej Duda speak during a joint press conference in the East Room
of the White House on September 18, 2018. — Photograph: Calla Kessler/The Washington Post.


PRESIDENT TRUMP's declaration that “I don't have an attorney general” was not merely the cry of an executive feeling betrayed by a subordinate.

It was also a raw expression of vulnerability and anger from a president who associates say increasingly believes he is unprotected — with the Russia investigation steamrolling ahead, anonymous administration officials seeking to undermine him and the specter of impeachment proceedings, should the Democrats retake the House on November 6.

In a freewheeling and friendly interview published on Wednesday, Trump savaged Attorney General Jeff Sessions, mocking the nation's top law enforcement official for coming off as “mixed up and confused” during his Senate confirmation hearing and for his “sad” performance on the job.

Though Trump has long railed against Sessions, both publicly and privately, for recusing himself from overseeing the Justice Department's Russia probe, the president's comments to Hill TV brought his criticism to a new level.

“I don't have an attorney general,” Trump said. “It's very sad.”

Publicly, at least, Trump is going through the ordinary motions of being president. He met with the visiting president of Poland and on Wednesday toured the flood-ravaged Carolinas to survey damage from Hurricane Florence. He also prepared to hit the campaign trail with rallies in Nevada on Thursday and in Missouri on Friday, and next week he will host scores of foreign dignitaries at the United Nations General Assembly in Manhattan.

Behind the scenes, however, Trump is confronting broadsides from every direction — legal, political and personal.

The president, as well as family members and long-time loyalists, fret about whom in the administration they can trust, people close to them said, rattled by a pair of devastating, unauthorized insider accounts this month from inside the White House. A senior administration official penned an anonymous column in The New York Times describing a “resistance” within to guard against the president's impulses, while Bob Woodward's new book, Fear: Trump in the White House, offers an alarming portrait of a president seemingly unfit for the office.

“Everybody in the White House now has to look around and ask, ‘Who's taping? Who's leaking? And who's on their way out the door?’ It's becoming a game of survival,” said a Republican strategist who works in close coordination with the White House, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak candidly.

Some of Trump's allies believe he has legitimate cause for worry.

“The president should feel vulnerable because he is vulnerable — to those that fight him daily on implementing his agenda,” Stephen K. Bannon, a former chief White House strategist, wrote in a text message.

“The Woodward book is the typed up meeting notes from ‘The Committee to Save America’,” he added, referring dismissively to a loose alliance of advisers who saw themselves as protecting the country from Trump. “The anonymous op-ed is the declaration of an administrative coup by the Republican establishment.”

In some respects, Trump has maintained a sanguine outlook. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort last week became the latest former member of the president's inner circle to agree to cooperate with federal prosecutors. But Trump has been uncharacteristically calm about the plea deal for Manafort, whom he had praised only a month ago for refusing to “break” under pressure from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.

Asked if he was worried about Manafort's cooperation agreement, Trump told reporters on Wednesday: “No, I'm not…. I believe that he will tell the truth. And if he tells the truth, no problem.”

Trump has been similarly restrained this week as federal judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, his pick for the Supreme Court, fights to save his nomination amid an accusation of sexual assault, which Kavanaugh denies. Trump has publicly defended Kavanaugh, though he has refrained from attacking the judge's accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.

White House officials, who began this week reeling from the assault allegation, said by mid-week that they have concluded Kavanaugh would probably still win confirmation, especially given Ford's reluctance to testify at a public Senate Judiciary Committee hearing scheduled by Republicans for Monday.

Nonetheless, Trump's screed against Sessions underscored the president's sense of anger and what he considers to be a betrayal by his attorney general, who, despite executing much of the president's hard-line, law-and-order agenda, has never been able to recover from what Trump views as an unforgivable sin: his recusal from the Russia investigation for a conflict of interest, which ultimately led to Mueller's appointment.

Trump told Hill TV that he appointed Sessions out of blind loyalty, a decision he now regrets. Sessions's aggressive and controversial immigration actions — including emphasizing “zero tolerance” for those who come to the country illegally and defending the administration policy of separating families — have been cheered by Trump allies. But the president criticized his attorney general even on this front, in a striking expression of his deep dissatisfaction.

“I'm not happy at the border, I'm not happy with numerous things, not just this,” Trump said, referring to the Russia probe.


Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks during an event at the Department of Justice in Washington earlier this month. — Photograph: Saul Loeb/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks during an event at the Department of Justice in Washington earlier this month.
 — Photograph: Saul Loeb/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images.


The president's attack on Sessions raised concern in the law enforcement community and also prompted reactions ranging from exasperation to outright dismay.

“Trump doesn't just blur the lines, he flat out tries to eradicate those lines,” said Joyce Vance, a former U.S. attorney in Alabama nominated by President Barack Obama. “He wants a consigliere, not an attorney general. On the one hand, it's a pitiful thing to watch, but it's also deadly serious, because the attorney general does not protect the president. The attorney general protects the American people. And the fact that we have a president who doesn't understand that is alarming.”

A former White House official was similarly disturbed. “It is a complete disgrace the way that Trump is acting like a schoolyard bully against Sessions,” the official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity to share a critical opinion. “I understand his frustration. I understand why he feels the way that he does. But what a child. What an absolute baby. He's disgracing himself.”

In the interview, Trump belittled Sessions, whom he has previously dubbed “Mr. Magoo” and, according to Woodward's book, dismissed as “mentally retarded.”

“He went through the nominating process and he did very poorly,” Trump said of Sessions's Senate confirmation hearing. “He was giving very confusing answers, answers that should have been easily answered. And that was a rough time for him, and he won by one vote, I believe. You know, he won by just one vote.”

Trump went on to question Sessions's self-recusal from the Russia investigation.

“He said, ‘I recuse myself, I recuse myself’,” Trump told Hill TV. “And now it turned out he didn't have to recuse himself. Actually, the FBI reported shortly thereafter any reason for him to recuse himself. And it's very sad what happened.”

It was not clear what Trump meant.

Career Justice Department ethics officials had told Sessions he had to step aside from any campaign-related investigations because he had been a top campaign surrogate and met with the Russian ambassador.

FBI officials would not have been among those providing advice. Then-FBI Director James B. Comey said at a congressional hearing that he was aware of nonpublic information that he believed would force the attorney general to step aside before Sessions did so, though he declined to specify what those facts were.

After taking yet another public tongue-lashing from the president, Sessions gave a speech on Wednesday to law enforcement officials in Waukegan, Illinois, in which he effusively praised Trump.

“Under his strong leadership, we are respecting police again and enforcing our laws,” Sessions said, according to his prepared remarks, which a DOJ spokesman said he delivered. “Based on my experience meeting with officers like you across the country, I believe that morale has already improved under President Trump. I can feel the difference.”

Even as Sessions was dutifully showering compliments upon his boss, Trump was unwilling to throw him a lifeline.

“I'm disappointed in the attorney general for many reasons,” Trump told reporters before leaving for North Carolina. “You understand that.”


__________________________________________________________________________

Devlin Barrett, John Wagner and Matt Zapotosky contributed to this report.

Ashley Parker is a White House reporter for The Washington Post. She joined The Post in 2017, after 11 years at The New York Times, where she covered the 2012 and 2016 presidential campaigns and Congress, among other things.

Philip Rucker is the White House Bureau Chief for The Washington Post. He previously has covered Congress, the Obama White House, and the 2012 and 2016 presidential campaigns. Rucker also is a Political Analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. He joined The Post in 2005 as a local news reporter.

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« Reply #19 on: Today at 12:10:20 am »

a bit more fake creative writting from an anonymous source
america is doing great under trump its economy is booming

trump is making america great again

do you not notice the left is controlled by the one percent
so far the man is winning
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