Donald Trump screamed at his campaign manager when he saw bad poll numbers

Trump Roundtable on “Opening Up America Again”

While Democrats keep shooting themselves in the foot over and over until their feet become mangled stumps, it’s worth noting that the GOP is imploding. The Republican Party was, in my opinion, in disarray for a while, but the pandemic has really put everything in sharper relief. Donald Trump has been utterly shambolic in his response to the enormous public health crisis in an election year. And he’s somehow only understanding that NOW. Like, this week is the first time he’s really been confronted with the fact that his ignorance and sh-tty management has killed off thousands of supporters. From the NY Times:

Frustrated by a faltering economy that is out of his control, and facing blowback for his suggestion that disinfectants could potentially combat the coronavirus, President Trump had sunk to one of his lowest points in recent months last week. And he directed his anger toward the one area that is most important to him: his re-election prospects.

Mr. Trump, according to multiple people familiar with the exchange, erupted during a phone call with his campaign manager, Brad Parscale, two days after he was presented with polling data from his campaign and the Republican National Committee that showed him trailing Joseph R. Biden Jr., the presumptive Democratic nominee, in several crucial states.

He lashed out at Mr. Parscale and said it was other people’s fault that there had been fluctuations in a race they had all seen as his to lose just two months ago. At one point, Mr. Trump said he would not lose to Mr. Biden, insisted the data was wrong and blamed the campaign manager for the fact that he is down in the polls, according to one of the people familiar with the conversation. Mr. Trump even made a threat to sue Mr. Parscale, mentioning the money he has made while working for the president, another person familiar with the call said, although the threat did not appear to be serious.

“I love you, too,” Mr. Parscale replied, according to the people briefed on the call.

[From The NY Times]

He “insisted the data was wrong and blamed the campaign manager for the fact that he is down in the polls… Mr. Trump even made a threat to sue Mr. Parscale, mentioning the money he has made while working for the president.” LOL/WTF? Donald Trump is threatening to sue his campaign manager because of sh-tty polling, but what does Trump’s profiting from the presidency have to do with it? The NYT goes on to say that Trump truly believes his daily press conferences are helping him, when in fact his personal approval ratings have plummeted with each presser. Ten bucks says that Trump calls Paul Manafort in prison and asks him to take over the re-election campaign.

Meanwhile, did you see The Boy doll (aka Jared Kushner) say that the Trump administration’s reaction to the pandemic has been a “great success story”? 60,000 people dead.

President Trump Participates in an Opening Up America Again Roundtable

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  1. Aang says:

    Imagining his melt downs is one of the joys in my life. It’s why I come to CB every morning. To get the hot take on trumps latest tantrums.

    • Lightpurple says:

      He, or whoever is working his Twitter account this morning, is having one right now. For some reason, Sweden is a major target today, along with Comey and he seems to be moving onto Democrats now. Brian Williams and Don Lemon were last night’s targets.

      • Esmom says:

        Oh geez. I am starting to get severe anxiety over these tweet storm tangents because his supporters latch onto them and spread them as fact. Don Junior is always on it to help daddy. Their ability to spread disinformation, relentlessly and successfully, is unparalleled. And between that and Justin Amash possibly running, I’m starting to resign myself to four more years of Trump after feeling really optimistic about a week ago.

      • Darla says:

        Esmom you really think Amash is that relevant? I don’t see it. I hope I’m right.

      • Purplehazeforever says:

        Don’t read too much into Justin Amash running.

      • JOANN TONER says:

        Don Lemon — the ONLY newscaster who calls it like it is. Love him!

      • Lightpurple says:

        Amash might pull some “Never Trumpers” and most devout “Bernie Bros” but he’s not going to pull anyone beyond that. He’s extremely conservative.

      • B n A fn says:

        @Esmos: do you really believe that the con man can be re-elected with the unemployment at double digits and 61 thousand people dead on his watch? I can’t see that happening because he cannot will the economy to go back to what it was before Election Day November 3, IMO their is no way he can be real elected.

      • Esmom says:

        I do think Amash can pull votes from Biden and I think that’s exactly why he’s thinking of running. I wouldn’t doubt Trump’s camp put him up to it. The tell is Trump welcoming him into the race instead of trashing him up and down.

        And I wouldn’t think Trump could possibly be reelected except that we are in some crazy timeline where nothing matters and he and his family and the Republicans can get away with anything and everything.

        My one crumb of hope was the Wisconsin primary, where people came out in FORCE, against all odds and every obstacle thrown at them, to vote out the Republican Supreme Court justice (who is wreaking havoc on his way out, btw). If we can do that in Nov, we will win. But not before Trump and Putin try everything in their power to keep him in office.

      • Darla says:

        Oh, no, I do not agree that he can’t be reelected, not at all. Esmom is right about that, it can happen. I don’t see Amash as being a player, but we’ll see.

    • TyrantDestroyed says:

      I picture them as the iconic scene in Downfall but way less articulated. A lot of ire and nonsense going on in those meetings.

  2. Babs441 says:

    Jared Kushner reminds me of mussolini. He bugs more then Trump for some reason .

    • Aang says:

      Because deep down trump knows he’s an undeserving idiot that would be nothing without his father’s money. It’s why he is so insecure. Kushner absolutely believes he is amazing, deserving, and worthy of immense power and wealth. Trump always comes across as desperate for validation, it would be sad if it wasn’t so dangerous.
      Kushner is just smug.

    • Desmond says:

      Kushner is repulsive and almost terrifying to me. It’s the cold, dead eyes. It doesn’t look like there is any human warmth in there.

      • Darla says:

        Agree 100%.

      • JanetDR says:

        Almost makes you believe the Reptilian / Illuminati business!

      • Chrissy says:

        Funnily enough, Kushner reminds me of Goebbels, just like Stephen Miller does. Both are unqualified, yet entitled, dead-eyed evil psychopaths given a lot of power by the sick sociopath in the Oval Office. Nazis all. Scary…

      • Giddy says:

        Chrissy, you nailed it! The Evil Psychopaths should be the name of their heinous club or band. Jared is colder than cold, barely human. Ten bucks says he wore his socks whenever he impregnated dear Ivanka.

      • dilettante says:

        @Chrissy – Yes!

    • Sean says:

      Trump is grooming Ivanka and Jared for a dynastic kleptocracy. Jared is definitely far more dangerous than Trump at this point. He lied on his forms for security clearance and was given top level clearance by his father-in-law despite concerns from the Intelligence Community. We know he sanctioned the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in a WhatsApps conversation with Mohammed bin Salmon, the Saudi prince. He’s had a ton of illicit dealings and is suspected of selling state secrets. There’s ow rumors that he’s basically running the Trump administration as Trump himself is deteriorating before our very eyes.

      • B n A fn says:

        I hope he’s grooming them for prison. Ivanka is just as dirty as her old man and he is just to stupid to stay out of jail after his con man father leaves office and I’m hoping it’s this November. Ivanka was ripping people off selling them condos when they were only selling drawings and took thousand of dollars from people looking to buy apartments and condos. Hope the entire family ends up in prison, lock them up.

      • Lightpurple says:

        @BnAfn, I truly believe Ivanka is the absolute worst of them but people give her a pass because they buy the image she sells them as some sort of moderating influence. She moderates nothing and fully supports every single Trump policy and from what people who have worked in that West Wing describe, she is part of every decision. She has been happily playing White Savior in photo ops with black and brown women around the world for the past three years while using our tax money to pay for her vacations and personal business trips. She gets easily ticked off when questioned about any of it but does so passive-aggressively because she doesn’t want to damage her brand. The woman exploits her own kids to tidy up Daddy’s image.

    • AnnaKist says:

      Jared Kushner is a vile, slimy snake. 🐍

      • blacktoypoodle says:

        Snakes have a natural place in the balance of the ecosystem. Kushner does not.

      • SomeChick says:

        It is challenging to come up with appropriate insults. Even pond slime has a place in the ecosystem. Even poop!

        How about, “vile, slimy, single-use plastic bag.”

        Or “douche” works. An unnecessary product that they push on women, which is bad for you!

    • holly hobby says:

      It’s that snotty look he has in every single picture. I want to wipe it off his face. When the end comes, I hope he his wife and all the other adults suffer greatly.

  3. Lightpurple says:

    It would serve him right if Pascale quits and he’s forced to rely on Lara Trump and Kim Guilfoyle to run his campaign

  4. Darla says:

    It’s so great. For the first two weeks of his daily s-show, his ratings were going up , and I was screaming WTF!!. Are people seeing what I’m seeing or are they watching something else? But I really believed if he kept going with his “hot new show”, it was going to hurt him. And it has. I’m so relieved because finally, a sign that I’m not crazy. I mean, the dude’s bizarre!

    But he’s a total narcissist for real so for him, there can be no such thing as too much trump. He’s confused! How can this be? More trump is always a good thing, there can never be too much trump! He’s spinning out now because he does not know how to process this.

    It’s great.

    • JOANN TONER says:

      I had the same reaction!
      There are so many people out there that are still saying the numbers are inflated and it is a hoax. Remember, 50% are on the downward side of the Bell Curve.

      • Darla says:

        Right. You know, that was an easy thing to forget once upon a time. Now it’s hard to forget, right? This timeline s*cks.

  5. B n A fn says:

    Anyone remember “ it’s the economy stupid”. Can’t see a way for the economy to come back by November. I’m thinking this is going to take years to come back with over 30million unemployed as of this morning.

    Bye, bye to the conman and his criminal family and swamp dweller. He can lie, cheat and steal but the facts never lies.

    Miles and miles of cars lining up for free food at food pantries all across America. If the conman has taken this virus seriously from January we would not be in this situation.

    • Lightpurple says:

      Jobless numbers increased dramatically again. They’re probably frantically trying to hide them from him this morning.

  6. Bibliomommy96 says:

    “Mr. Trump even made a threat to sue Mr. Parscale, mentioning the money he has made while working for the president.” LOL/WTF? Donald Trump is threatening to sue his campaign manager because of sh-tty polling, but what does Trump’s profiting from the presidency have to do with it”

    I’m reading that line as Trump telling Mr. Parscale that Mr. Parscale has made money while working for Trump. Mr. Pascale is the last person mentioned so the “he “ goes to him? Idk, lol Trump is cray

    • whatever says:

      Yeah, I interpreted this the same way. Trump is working “as” the president (vaguely), not “for” the president, so it’s unlikely he’s referring to himself. Which begs the question, how is his campaign manager profiting off his campaign, exactly?

      • Christina says:

        Brad Pascale scares the shit out of me. I’ve been watching him since he did the deal with Facebook on ads. The NYTimes profiled him. He’s a very, very smart, methodical man who understands marketing and tech. His interviews are sharp, but he’s a racist dick. There are articles about his less professional thoughts exposed on his Twitter. He’s young and has worked for the Trumps for years doing websites.

        He won’t be fired. He is the reason that Trump won in 2016, and he is very loyal to that thieving family. Trump is right: the Trump family is the reason he is hugely successful.

        Trump has $200M to campaign with. It costs around $30 dollars to get your voters to come out. It costs about $800 to get a voter to switch sides. Trump and Pascale have the money, and Pascale is doing what the Obama machine did: he is owning social media platforms, and he collects data at those rally’s and has events for supporters in advance of each rally for the sole purpose of collecting contact information and surveying willing Trump supporters. He know a lot about Trump supporters and how to manipulate them into coming out to vote for Trump.

        Biden has very little money. Less that $10M, I think.

        Read and understand that Trump can take the presidency, even though he is dumb as a rock, because of Pascale:

        https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/28/magazine/trump-campaign-manager-coronavirus.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share

        The oppressed must understand the oppressor or we are toast.

  7. Veronica S. says:

    Of course Kushner thinks it’s a success. They stole all those PPE supplies that they’re likely selling on the black market, got paid by people’s taxes, AND got to essentially commit pathogenic genocide against impoverished and minority communities. 10/10 for white supremacist action model.

    • Léna says:

      Nailed it

    • Rmcgrudiva says:

      YUP.

    • North of Boston says:

      Exactly!

    • Lightpurple says:

      It has been a great financial success for Tom Malevolo Riddle and Nagini. Not only are they making money off those supplies and test kits, they get insider information on who is developing which drugs and the success rates and they’re investing. Neither he or his wife can ever admit that anything they do is not the most wonderful, successful thing ever and we should all be grateful that they deign to steal from us.

  8. Red Snapper says:

    Trump is mad that the campaign manager has been using his job to grift for himself. Out grifting the boss is a no no.

  9. Priscila Bezerra-Fischer says:

    Of course it has been a great success: they want people to die.

  10. Seraphina says:

    He only has himself to blame but of course his God like complex has him thinking he is infallible.

    • B n A fn says:

      As New Yorker we always talked about 45 doing to the country what he did to his businesses, bankruptcies every where. Mark my words when he leaves the presence it will takes us years to dig out of this mess. Those republicans should have impeached and replaced him when they had the chance. The only one looking good is Mitt Romney, all the others sold their soul to the devil 😈 and we are paying the price.

      • lucy2 says:

        They should have impeached for sure, but all they care about is power and money, and don’t care that there’s a dumb as dirt sociopath as their masthead.

        I truly hope they pay for it by the party imploding and being destroyed for decades.

  11. Lizzie says:

    Cheeto’s only move has always been to lie. He would have been so much better off to say it’s coming and I will do everything possible to keep you safe through hardships ahead. So many people would get behind that statement but it’s not in him to care or even project caring.

    He will do all he can to keep people from voting in Nov but look how well that worked in WI.

  12. Jerusha says:

    I’m no medical doctor, but being a rageaholic with his poor eating habits and obesity could lead to a stroke. At least, I hope so.

    • Lightpurple says:

      I think he had one last autumn.

      • Nic919 says:

        He definitely did. That bs excuse of a physical was not believed by anyone. He has started to drag his one foot more since then too.

        There is stroke medication out there that if given within 4 hours is highly effective. So he likely got that to ward off the more serious effects. He did stay hidden during most of that weekend though.

      • Lightpurple says:

        And he didn’t have full control of one of his arms for quite a few weeks. He would clutch the podium when he gave his speeches. He didn’t golf for a few months either. I also think others started using his Twitter account more and more after that. More complete sentences, fewer random capitalization and incorrect words but still crazy.

      • Jerusha says:

        Past time for the Widowmaker.

      • lucy2 says:

        Something was definitely up there.

  13. KellyRyan says:

    I love the smell of desperation Drumpf early in the morning. :) Has he changed his mind, what there is of it? Yesterday, he said he was traveling to Ohio and Arizona for political rallies of 25,000.

  14. Nic919 says:

    There are more Americans dead in two months than there were during the entirety of the decade long Vietnam war. You can’t spin that away. Especially when this fool said it was a hoax and would go away in February. This is the one disaster he can’t lie about because the bodies are unavoidable and will impact every state.

    Of course his malignant narcissism is so extreme that he can’t understand that his lies aren’t working.

    • Sankay says:

      The GOP/Russian bots can. They’ll easily find a way to blame the deaths and the US debt on the Democrats and Obama.

    • Alarmjaguar says:

      High school friends of mine on FB have swallowed the line of “but did they really die of Covid or underlying conditions?” It is mind boggling – they are totally cool with people dying b/c they were going to die anyway…um, we are all going to die someday, I’d prefer not to have things cut short by a disease that we can manage if people would actually listen to epidemiologists!!!

      • SomeChick says:

        Doesn’t seem like the “underlying conditions” were fatal when they didn’t have the ‘rona.

        This ish is not to be messed with. I feel for the health workers being put at risk by this nonsensical posturing.

        I attempt to limit my attention on this isht show, for personal mental health reasons. But that bottom photo is PERFECT.

  15. Sean says:

    Trump recently appeared on Fox News with blurry, dilated eyes saying “I love everybody” before going silent and looking around like he wasn’t sure what was happening. He was obviously high on something. I maintain there’s a good chance he won’t make it to November because of health reasons.

    https://twitter.com/joncoopertweets/status/1255094690971635712

    • B n A fn says:

      Just saw a video of him in a meeting, I believe it was yesterday, sleeping. Whatever he’s on it making him 😴, 😂.

      • Sean says:

        I saw that too. I don’t really know what to say. How can the Republicans allow his administration to continue at this point? I know they want minority rule and to hold onto power. However, they are now placing their base in a great amount of danger by letting these dunces continue to handle the pandemic response.

        I’m sure McConnell, Graham, etc don’t care about the future of their party, country or reputations after they’re dead. Are they so drunk on power they’ve become short-sighted in regards to the ramifications all of this could have while they’re still breathing?

        I feel like I’m not communicating it correctly but I’m just surprised a high-ranking person in the GOP isn’t standing up and saying “ENOUGH!” and work to invoke the 25th. Maybe we haven’t reached that point yet but I don’t know how any sane person can look at everything and think it’s okay for this to continue until November. What I’m saying is it’s should have never gotten to the point where it would be left up to the chance of him being voted out. And even THAT is not a definite.

      • lucy2 says:

        We reached that point years ago. But all the people who would have stood up have been driven out, and the entire group is people who know he’s unfit and insane, and have decided that’s not as important as what they can get from it.

      • Mireille says:

        I chalk it up to him staying up all night watching CNN, Fox, MSNBC, and other media shows to see what they’re saying about him. That and obsessing over Twitter. The two things that will keep him awake at night — his re-election prospects and his own image, not Covid 19, not how it’s affecting the country and his people. And, ironically enough, it’s taking a physical toll on him.

      • Nic919 says:

        The 25th Amendment has been rendered useless at this point. There are a ton of examples where dump is unfit to be president but his cabinet is a bunch of sycophants who are profiting from his crimes as much as he is or they are stupid enough to think they can control him. As far as I am concerned the GOP are traitors to the US by letting Putin control policy in a way contrary to all previous US foreign policy. The Republican Party needs to be decimated and destroyed and turned into a footnote of history like the Whig party.

  16. WriterMarie says:

    A question for you all, Didn’t Pence say at sometime towards the beginning of the pandemic that the numbers would be 60k lives lost from their model by the time AUGUST came around? Not April?

    They are failing on everything. We need to vote him out!! I live in AZ and have been relatively lucky, due to the number of cases not being as high as other states. But people here are not social distancing… At all!! It’s ridiculous. The governor said we are opening slowly tomorrow. I’m very scared.

    • Lightpurple says:

      60K by August was if everything went as well as possible. We’re probably now looking at 200K or more by the beginning of August. The initial hot spots are still riding the surge while the places it really hasn’t reached yet are fighting against the very measures that have protected them.

    • Jerusha says:

      I hear drumpf is visiting AZ next week. Good luck with that.

  17. SamC says:

    I think Trump’s only interest is in not losing. He ran on a lark and has absolutely no interest in being president, serving the country or anyone but himself. He’d probably miss all the ego stroking from lobbyists and legislators, but really, he’s going to everything and anything to win re-election, simply so he doesn’t have to say he lost.

    • Lightpurple says:

      If he loses, he is very likely facing prison. He will lose the immunity of the office and his buddies won’t be able to protect him or hide evidence. A Biden appointed AG isn’t going to look the other way, particularly not if it is someone like a Sally Yates, Preet Bahara, Adam Schiff, or Kamala Harris. Not only will Trump be vulnerable, which I think is the only thing he understands, but so will Ivanka, Jared, and Junior.

    • schmootc says:

      Even if he does lose, he’ll tell everyone that the numbers were “rigged” and dead people were voting and people were voting twice or whatever dumb a** crap is in his head at that moment and the sheeple will believe it. You just can’t win. Until he’s in the ground. Or prison. I SO hope for prison. Even cushy prison is ok with me. As long as I see less of his dumb, stupid, idiotic, craven, immoral face. And voice. I mean, I mute my TV, but sometimes I’m not quick enough.

  18. Maida says:

    I cannot imagine the horror of working with Trump. There’s a good reason his administration is a revolving door — his sense of loyalty runs only one way. It is amazing and disheartening that so many people continue to support him despite repeated and unmistakable revelations of just how toxic his character is.

  19. Rapunzel says:

    There are still too many supporters of his out there. They’re spreading the nonsense that the death tolls are overinflated, cause most of those dead were gonna die anyway of other medical issues. And circulating the YouTube nonsense of those two dude bro “doctors” saying lockdowns should end, even though those “doctors” are being slammed for their stupidity by other doctors. And still blithely saying this is not that deadly– that the numbers are no worse than the flu.

    I’m more confident than ever that Trump won’t win in November, but he still has far too much support.

    • lucy2 says:

      Our county health department released a bunch of numbers last night, simple facts, and today some dumb woman was like “I don’t believe those numbers”. You can’t argue with people like that. They’re willfully ignorant. Thankfully the number of people responding with “no one cares what you “believe”, numbers and numbers” far outweighed her, but there truly are people who are lost causes and we just have to do our best to ignore them, and get everyone else to VOTE.

    • Alarmjaguar says:

      Ugh, someone on our neighborhood email list was circulating those “doctors’” video. He got roundly debunked, but didn’t stop arguing.

  20. Mireille says:

    Could care less about poll numbers. Poll numbers put Hillary Clinton as our next president in the last election and look what happened there. Trump could be up or down in polls, who cares? What matters is that people vote in November and vote this stupid, stupid, little piece of crap out of office. Yesterday, in a residential New York City neighborhood, stacks of bodies were found piled up in U-Hauls from a funeral home overwhelmed by bodies. A couple of days earlier, a New York City-based doctor committed suicide. There is no victory in this battle with Covid-19. In New York, we’ve lost so many and Trump is from the hardest hit area of New York — Queens. This man, Mitch McConnell and the rest of their ilk won’t rest until they see New York and other blue states suffer for not supporting them, for berating them, and calling them out on their bull. All I care about now is making sure my vote counts and encouraging others to do so.

    I will say this though: New York will come roaring back and when we do, it will be with a vengeance.

  21. Louise says:

    I hope this guy ends up like his last campaign manager😄

  22. Valerie says:

    On one hand. I want to laugh at this big stupid baby who thinks he’s the leader of the free world. On the other, the fact that he and so many believe that he is not only that, but ordained so by God, makes me want to scream.

  23. Janet says:

    JFC….

    “And he directed his anger toward the one area that is most important to him: his re-election prospects.”

    Never mind over 60k dead. So far…

  24. AnnaKist says:

    Oh, wow. Great story, and so many excellent comments. This is why I come to CB. We get the 2-minute “highlights” of what’s going on in America, but I’d rather hear how real people call it.

  25. GamerGirl says:

    There’s a story in Vanity Fair that says Jared is the de facto president. I didn’t think I could be more scared than I already was of this administration.

  26. Jane says:

    He should become his own campaign manager. Then he can scream at the person who deserves it.

    • Audrey says:

      I am from NYC and I have known for 50 years (I’m 63) that Trump is crooked and crazy. All New Yorkers know this. Trump Tower and his Atlantic City casinos were built with$$$ thanks to the Italian Mafia and then he got very involved with the the Russian Mafia. He and Jared have borrowed from the Russians, Saudis and Chinese. The SDNY is going to arrest him and his crime family if he loses (that is if Putin doesn’t help him again) . It scares him to death!!! Hence his increased insanity.
      I have a PhD in Counseling and am a a practicing psychotherapist. He is a malignant narcissist with sociopathic traits. Read “The Dangerous Mind of Donald Trump” it’s a collection of 27 essays by Psychiatrists, Psychologists and Psychotherapists. I had to read it twice because the third part (I originally read it two years ago) goes into how someone with his pathology develops serious delusional thinking and paranoia. They lose sight of reality.
      That’s where we are now. Yes, Jared is the “shadow President” and Ivanka is there too. ( Read the Vanity Fair article on the Two Months of Magical thinking of Donald Trump and Jared Kushner). I also believe he has dementia (his father died with it) and that trip to Walter Read was the real deal.
      Personally I hope he is going to mentally implode and throw off his clothes and run naked on the South Lawn and they’ll have to take him away!!!

      • Hoot says:

        I just requested a hold for this book (“The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 27 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President”) with my library – not surprised there is a waiting list. Thanks for the recommendation.

        My future DIL graduated last year with the same doctorate, but she’s in southern CA. She told me the same as you have about DT. Now I need to look up that Vanity Fair article!

  27. als says:

    I think as long as the intelligence community is right now proven to be a buch of criminals, as presented in the Flynn case, anything else pretty much flies out the window.
    The rule of law no longer exista. It really does not matter who sits in the White House.
    Also, the virus may have brought Trump’s poll numbers down, but the shit that FBI, CIA, DIA did to Flynn will bring him back up.
    Not to mention that whomever Obama supports now, in this case Biden, will take a hit, since Obama obviously knew and supported the corruption within the intelligence community.

    • jwoolman says:

      ALS – You are operating on disinformation. You are believing the spin generated by people who are desperate to avoid prison themselves. Trump especially – he is facing indictments once he is no longer President. His decades of criminal activity are finally catching up to him.

      Flynn did a lot more serious things than they charged him with. They didn’t pursue the whole list because he was cooperating with the investigation.

      The only reason Flynn tried withdrawing his guilty plea was because Trump and Barr are telling him they will fix everything for him. The Department of Justice bowing out of the case entirely is exactly why Trump pushed Barr for Attorney General. Barr is his new fixer, since the old one (Michael Cohen) is serving a 3-year sentence.

      All this is really bad news for this country. The mobsters have taken over the country.

  28. outofthecloset says:

    I was eating that up. The shade.

  29. Elo says:

    So Brad Parscale and I have mutual friends and though I don’t know him personally – I find this response hilarious. Parscale left a successful company to work for Trump and honestly doesn’t need him.
    Trump needs Parscale way worse and Parscale is apparently a pretty big ego maniac and narcissist who knows this.
    I’m here for it.