Donald Trump, zonked on ‘roids, is mad that he can’t indict Barack Obama

President Trump and Joe Biden Meet in First Presidential Debate

As we discussed, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is going to get into a larger discussion about the 25th Amendment and what can and should be done about Donald Trump. You might ask yourself, “yes, he’s heavily medicated and he has a deadly virus, but is he really behaving that differently?” The answer is… ???? I mean, he was absolutely demented before, but yes, I notice a difference in him right now. He’s especially crazy, notably unhinged, he sounds hoarse and raspy, and he’s visibly medicated (he’s still on dexamethasone steroids) and pained. So, the NY Times did a story about all of the crazy sh-t Trump has been saying and doing this week and it’s just… wow, how far we’ve fallen. Trump’s America is such an embarrassment.

He’s mad that his Cabinet won’t indict his political enemies: President Trump berated his own cabinet officers on Thursday for not prosecuting or implicating his political enemies, lashing out even as he announced that he hoped to return to the campaign trail on Saturday just nine days after he tested positive for the coronavirus.

He wants to hold campaign rallies this weekend: Mr. Trump secured a statement from the White House physician clearing him to return to public activities on Saturday and then promptly said he would try to hold a campaign rally in Florida that day, two days earlier than the doctor had originally said was needed to determine whether he was truly out of danger. The president again dismissed the virus, saying, “when you catch it, you get better,” ignoring the more than 212,000 people in the United States who did not get better and died from it.

Bonkers over the phone & on social media: The president has not been seen in person since returning to the White House this Monday, but he sought to reassert himself on the public stage with a pair of telephone interviews with Fox News and Fox Business as well as a video and a series of Twitter messages. Even for him, they were scattershot performances, ones that advisers said reflected increasing frustration over his political fortunes only 26 days before an election with surveys that show him trailing Mr. Biden by double digits.

He wants to indict Obama: The president castigated his own team, declaring that Attorney General William P. Barr would go down in history “as a very sad, sad situation” if he did not indict Democrats like Mr. Biden and former President Barack Obama. He complained that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had not released Hillary Clinton’s emails, saying, “I’m not happy about him for that reason.” And he targeted Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director. “He’s been disappointing,” Mr. Trump said. “Unless Bill Barr indicts these people for crimes, the greatest political crime in the history of our country, then we’re going to get little satisfaction unless I win and we’ll just have to go, because I won’t forget it,” Mr. Trump said, referring to the investigation into his 2016 campaign ties with Russia. “But these people should be indicted. This was the greatest political crime in the history of our country, and that includes Obama and it includes Biden.”

He blamed Gold Star families for infecting him: Mr. Trump told his Fox interviewers that he felt well despite his hospitalization, although during his evening phone call with Sean Hannity, his voice at times sounded raspy and twice he had to clear his throat. During his hourlong morning call with Maria Bartiromo, he seemed to suggest he may have been infected by the Gold Star parents of soldiers killed in battle at an event honoring them last month at the White House, although a spokeswoman later denied he meant that.

He’s still on ‘roids: He said he was no longer taking the experimental drugs used to treat the virus, but he added that he was still taking a steroid that doctors say can produce bursts of energy, euphoria and even a sense of invulnerability. “I felt pretty lousy,” Mr. Trump said. But, he added, “I’m back because I’m a perfect physical specimen and I’m extremely young.” He once again played down the severity of the disease. “Now what happens is you get better,” he said. “That’s what happens, you get better.” White House aides privately expressed concern about whether the president’s animated mood in recent days stemmed from the dexamethasone. Doctors not involved with the president’s care said it could have a significant effect on a patient’s behavior.

He’s not staying in the WH residence: Watching the news coverage and angry at the state of the race, Mr. Trump has been imploring aides to let him resume campaign rallies as soon as this weekend. He showed up again in the Oval Office on Thursday despite efforts to get him to remain in the residence until he was more fully recovered. In addition to the attempt to hold a rally in Florida on Saturday, he said he would try to stage one the following day in Pennsylvania.

[From The NY Times]

There’s also a part in the article where Mitch McConnell says he hasn’t even gone to the White House since early August because he’s so freaked out by the White House’s lax pandemic protocols. And the fact that Trump is likely still infectious, possibly still feverish and absolutely still symptomatic and he’s going to the Oval Office? Maskless? All so he can berate his Cabinet secretaries about how they need to indict Barack Obama and Joe Biden? And he wants to hold Nazi rallies? Whew.

President Donald Trump Departs White House for Pennsylvania Rally

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  1. Eleonor says:

    He is totally out of his mind.

    • minx says:

      He really is. Just counting the days until this nightmare is over.

    • Regina Falangie says:

      I’d bet he’s “addicted” to the steroids and he’ll abuse them the rest of his life.

      Barr has been more than a disappointment but not how Trump means. Barr has been treasonous and HE’S the one who needs to be indicted, along with Trump and his spawn, McConnell, all of them!!!

      • Drea says:

        Have you taken steroids before? They’re horrible to take. I mean, I’m not Trump, but I’ve never met anyone who enjoyed them

      • I'm With The Band says:

        @Drea – I agree, they’re horrendous. I was on a short, sharp dose of Prednisone for a chest infection and was so irritable and anxious. They helped me breathe well (and cleared up my eczema beautifully), but ugh. I hope never to take steroids again.

      • Bread and Circuses says:

        I was fine on them; in fact, they gave me a lot of energy. Coming OFF them was when I felt lousy.

        Cheetolini should be off his this weekend. Let’s see how manic he feels on Monday.

      • molee says:

        I had steroids like Dexamethasone as part of my chemo. (They might have actually have been Dexamethasone, but it was 17 years ago so who knows?) They made me feel so great that I always walked home from the hospital (like 1/2 mile in the city) laughing and chatting with everyone and making big plans for the day. But ooooooh boy, 36 hours later when they wore off, I had to have a towel and a Tupperware bowl in my bed because I couldn’t even get up the energy to walk a few yards to my bathroom. Worst. Crash. Ever.

    • Jules says:

      Just when it seems like things can’t get any worse, it does.

  2. Noodle says:

    “… I won’t forget it.” GOODNIGHT.

    • Jezebel says:

      This. I mean, can ANYONE at this point even pretend that’s not the statement of an actual dictator at this point? No, the answer is no. This guy is, has been and remains a wannabe dictator mafia-boss “strongman” and that’s all. He is dangerous and dumb and indefensible.

      Also, unrelated but did a new ad thing start here today? I know they have to make ad money as a blog, but the pop-ups today are way too much; I can’t even read or comment without it every couple of seconds 🤷🏼‍♀️

      • Noodle says:

        No, surely not at this point. The whole “Arrest and indict my personal-political enemies and if you don’t, I won’t forget it” is what you say in quiet. I’m actually surprised Barr hasn’t gone along with part of it.

        My hope is that the election and removal from office is a humiliating ordeal for him, made worse only by the line of REAL district attorneys and IRS attorneys lining up to charge him and his family once he’s out of office.

      • Anna says:

        I have lived through military dictatorships and saw this coming way back when he was first elected. We are the frog slowly being boiled, clinging to some false, antiquated idea of “America” as world leader while systemic and overt racism are revealed every day even more as the foundations of this country. Direct connections to Gilead, handmaids, all of that: we’re there, and Biden-Harris is not a sure thing. Let’s remain hopeful but keep your Plan B (literally) on hand.

  3. Migs says:

    No long to go.

  4. Desdemona says:

    He has lost the only marble he had…

  5. ChillyWilly says:

    He’s definitely still all roided up. I’m just waiting for the crash to happen when they wean him off the Dex. I really want to know what’s up with Pence. Why the cancellation of his Indiana voting photo op and abrupt return to the WH? Something’s up.

    • scollins says:

      Jared the ghoul and Ivanka the complicit twit are MIA also.
      I CANNOT get over being shocked some raging morons still support tRump.

      • lanne says:

        Jared reminds me of the Pardoner from the Canterbury tales. He’s an eerily perfect match, even in appearance.

      • Anna says:

        @scollins White supremacy. That’s all you need to know. No matter the demographic or economic level, call it whatever they want, hide it behind religion or be overt about it: he represents white supremacy and that’s what people are voting for, whether they are white folks trying to maintain that for themselves or whether they are white-adjacent individuals who are hoping for a piece of the pie. It’s not shocking. It’s the fabric and foundation of this country.

    • lucy2 says:

      For them to pull him off the campaign, either he’s tested positive, or they’re concerned Trump is going to crash.

      McConnell’s statement is pretty telling. He’s so awful.

      Lindsey Graham is refusing to do a covid test before his next debate with Jamie Harrison tonight, who is rightly saying he’s not going without them being tested. (Harrison destroyed Graham in the first debate, so I’m thinking this is Graham’s escape plan).

      • Lightpurple says:

        I also think Graham has it.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        Harrison is wiping the floor with him. He’s outspending him 7 to 1. I live on the border of North and South Carolina so I see his ads all day long.

      • lucy2 says:

        People are so angry with Graham, and Harrison is a great candidate, they have been dumping money into Harrison’s campaign from around the country – myself included!

        The testing should be standard procedure no matter what. But especially if someone has spent the better part of the past 4 years up Trump’s backside, as Graham has done.

    • Tx_mom says:

      I wonder too, Chillywilly! I wonder if he’s sick, too, or whatever Nancy Pelosi is working in 25th amendment-wise actually has legs.

    • Ugh soy says:

      He hasn’t tweeted in 12 hrs, something is up.

    • Va Va Kaboom says:

      I wouldn’t put it past Trump to demand Pence stay out of the public eye right now. The last thing his ego could take is Pence being seen and lauded as Presidential while Trump is so sick, weak, “sucker”. Especially if he does (🤞🏼God forbid) win because a lot of people will credit it to Pence.

  6. Yup, Me says:

    Of course he’s insane. Good. Run yourself out, you rat.

    Separately, why does this ass always look like he’s leaning against the wind? Like he’s about to tip over and fall flat on his face? What demons are holding him up and how do we convince them to step aside?

    • Lady D says:

      LOL, I was just wondering why he always leans forward, too. He reminds me of Paris Hilton who always looks like she is going to topple over backwards she leans so far back.

    • shasha says:

      It’s a symptom of frontotemporal dementia, if you google the phrase frontotemporal dementia stance, you’ll see it.

      • HoofRat says:

        When I did, most of the images were of Trump. Given that he’s already tilting so far forward, why doesn’t someone just suit up in Hazmat gear and tackle him at the knees? He’d drop like a rock, and could easily be dragged into a nice secure padded room with the TV set to Fox, and lots of hamberders to keep him happy.

  7. Kersplasha says:

    I have to take Dex sometimes for my chronic illness and if you aren’t used to it it really messes with your head. He needs to be put in a quiet room where he can’t eff up the country any more till he is off that stuff.
    I also think there is something up with Pence heading back to the WH.
    What a frigging world.

    • Lady D says:

      Maybe Trump is back in the hospital?

      • Lizzie says:

        He could have been there all week, everything we see is prerecorded since Monday.
        I don’t think Nancy will get anywhere with the 25th amendment unless he is secretly back in the hospital but hopefully she can get the truth about his health/medications.

    • Liz version 700 says:

      I take it too for migraines. My thinking is fine but I can’t sleep and I try to clean the house. Imagine dexamethzone in an already insane man who may or may not remember he has the nuclear codes

  8. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    I loved watching the coverage on all this unhinged nonsense lol. The whole calling for arrests is more golden than his love of certain showers.

  9. MF1 says:

    I say let him hold a rally. He can go ahead and infect all his Nazi supporters. Then it will be his fault when they’re too sick or dead to vote.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      this is kind of how I feel, too.

      if those idiots want to be in a FULL arena, packed together with COVID-45 spitting his contaminated air, that’s their stupidity and they’re the ones gambling with their ability to vote.

      HOWEVER…there are all of the other folks who these idiots would then come into contact with. there are plenty of folks in FLA and other states that ARE taking this seriously with masks and staying home but are still getting sick because of the dumb ones.

      and, there is NO WAY he can make it through 90 minutes of standing and shouting in his condition. unless they shoot him full of amphetamines, which could also wind up killing him.

    • H says:

      I live in Florida. I have severe asthma and cannot leave my home unless its to go to the doctor. I have to have some repair work done this weekend and want to wrap myself in bubble wrap when the handyman comes. Now my handyman is Puerto Rican and DESPISES Trump, so I know he’s not going to any rallies but he also is out in the community as he’s younger and working. The problem is the people at those rallies don’t give a sh*t about the rest of us and will continue to spread it, killing people like me who are taking very precaution. November 3rd can’t come soon enough.

      • Darla says:

        Yeah, I try and remember this when I get so angry I feel good let them kill each other. There are always innocent victims of these morons. Thank you for the reminder.

    • Lanie says:


      Because he’s trying to hold an event here in DC. And all those assholes who attend maskless spread it around the city.

      Remember the assholes who had that wedding superspreader event? It wasn’t the attendees who died. It was people who didnt attend, but we’re infected indirectly by those who did.

  10. QuietCanuk says:

    I say let him throw his nazi rallies, then maybe he’ll infect huge portions of his voting base and help himself lose the election that much more ‘bigly’

    • DeltaJuliet says:

      The problem with that is they come back and infect us normal folks ( I say this as a person working in an office full of Trump supporters)

      • Liz version 700 says:

        And the doctors and nurses who care for them. God anyone who was wearing trash bags to treat Covid better be voting for Biden. Trump hung them out to dry and then blasted them for not being happy about it. It was heartbreaking and mortifying to see out medical care folks so endangered when folks in other countries were in full PPE

  11. Mosie says:

    His reported BP is almost the same as mine this week when I donated blood and I am 35 years younger than him and weigh close to 100 lbs less than him. how?

  12. Holly says:

    Watching from Canada, I’m in disbelief. Y’all crazy and Trump is even more unhinged than usual. Listening to that call was like listening to the manifesto of a madman. I feel bad for all of you.

    • Watson says:

      Same. But i feel bad for us too. There’s a meme going around that says “Canada must feel it’s sitting on top of a meth lab” and yeah i do. The way he’s affected our own country is terrifying and negative (more racists and crazy people feeling justified in their beliefs). If ya’ll don’t vote him out I will cry.

      • Tiffany says:

        “The way he’s affected our own country is terrifying and negative (more racists and crazy people feeling justified in their beliefs).”

        Because Canada was this perfect utopia and never treated BIPOC people with nothing but love and respect. Get out of here. We see y’all’s government at play here as well.

      • Watson says:

        @tiffany no one said our country was perfect. But if you don’t notice the racists coming out to play more since Trump you’re blind.

      • Tiffany says:

        Leave it to someone to blame someone else for their garbage takes.

        Translation: Well, Canada is racist as hell but now we are embarrassed that it is more public and not that polite way and I don’t like that. Instead of doing something about it, I am going to blame it on the United States.

    • Suzy S says:

      Watching from Canada as well. I cannot believe that after all that Trump and the GOP have done… the obvious lies, cheating, corruption, cruelty, etc., that 4 out of 10 Americans STILL support them. This shouldn’t even be a close election. There is no way Trump should be re-elected. He was impeached! That alone should disqualify him. The US calls itself a democracy, but it’s not. The majority are ruled by a minority who do not have the country’s best interests at heart. If Trump wins, I don’t know what will happen to the US, but it won’t be good. The parallels to the rise of the Nazis is terrifying to anyone who is familiar with the history. And yet people keep talking about political differences as if it’s just normal politics and differing opinions! Something is wrong with a lot of the US. I don’t know if it’s a lack of education in the true history of their country, or just stupidity and ignorance, racism, or ?? But 40% of the population are not right in the head, imo.

      • Lizzie says:

        You see his supports who plotted to kidnap the MI gov? I think there are a lot of quiet Biden supports out there who don’t want these terrorists showing up at their house. They are scary, no facts will sway them and they are ready to start shooting. I guess the votes will tell but that is my view.

      • Tiffany says:

        Replace U.S. with Canada and it still applies.

      • Lucky Charm says:

        @ Suzy S says: “I don’t know if it’s a lack of education in the true history of their country, or just stupidity and ignorance, racism, or ??”

        Sadly, it’s all of the above.

      • Jaded says:

        @Tiffany – there’s absolutely no comparison to Canada. Better gun control, better health care, better handle on COVID, no paramilitary lunkheads threatening anyone who doesn’t agree with them with semi-automatics. All politicians do crooked things in every country in the world but the US is at the top of the heap along with criminals like Bolsonaro, Xi Jin Ping, Putin et al.

      • Kristi says:

        @Suzy S

        My theory is this: the 4 out of 10 people are those who are in the highest income brackets not wanting to pay taxes, lower waged blue-collar workers, and of course the racists and misogynistic ones. What is the one way to “unite” people to the point of overlooking each others’ faults? Find a common enemy. That could be any person of color who doesn’t “obey” the law, “steal” your jobs but somehow don’t pay taxes and hoard public benefits, and bring “rapists” and “drug dealers” to your neighborhood. His supporters are the ones looking for someone to blame for their own failures and he is giving them a vehicle/voice that grows in popularity among them.

      • Nilestheninja says:

        I could have written this comment myself. Exactly. It’s UNCONSCIONABLE.

  13. bros says:

    My six year-old is on dexamethasone for an injury and let me just tell you: within 30 minutes of his dose, he is an animal, out of his mind, making no sense, agitated, emotional, zipping all over the place, trying to do futile stuff, like make structures out of pillows and break huge sticks. It wears off, but holy moly.

  14. Lightpurple says:

    “I’m extremely young.”

    My grandmother had dementia. At the age of 84, she believed herself to be 22 years old and could not understand why her hair was white.

    There needs to be a full workup done on this man’s cognitive abilities by doctors chosen by the Cabinet with the agreement of Congress.

  15. Tiffany says:

    That and he got the call that World Food Program was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize instead of him.

    And that is just another thing that Barack ‘the last legitimate POTUS’ Obama has that he doesn’t.

    • fluffy_bunny says:

      What exactly has he done that would earn him the Nobel Peace Prize? He’s nuts if he thinks that’s ever going to happen.

  16. Dina says:

    I work on a cancer floor, and almost all of our patients take dex daily. Biggest side effects are euphoria, increased appetite, can’t sleep.

    I hate Trump so much, I can’t even. Thinking of all you guys in the states. Vote him the fuck out, dear godddd

  17. Josie Bean says:

    He’s barking mad.

  18. Jess2 says:

    ” “I’m back because I’m a perfect physical specimen and I’m extremely young.”
    HAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAA. He is *actually*, truly insane.

  19. Sayrah says:

    Can’t wait until the armed forces drag him out of the white house because the new commander in chief is ready to move in. Please vote for Biden and let the nightmare start to end!

    • judith A reeder says:

      Im going to try. i didnt like him before he became president. after 3+ years i now hate him. i know thats a terrible to say. but its exactly how i feel!

      • Itsme says:

        It’s not terrible, it’s honest and I not only commend it, I agree with your opinion. Keep yourself safe and healthy.

    • fluffy_bunny says:

      Do you think they’ll televise it? I really want them to release the video of them dragging him out and dumping his shit on the lawn.

    • Truthiness says:

      It may not be safe for months whenever it is that he has to leave. It may need fumigation.

      • Chrissy says:

        Well since he’s spewing Covid droplets all over the White House, that may seriously be necessary.

  20. Darla says:

    Well, seeing this all in one place is really something. I have no idea what to say to this.

  21. Chris says:

    I know the meds are pushing him, but he’s acting as if he’s on a psychotic break. He’s a serious danger to himself and others. My guess is theyre waving the possibility of nancy attempting to invoke the 25th amendment as a motivation to get him to temporarily hand power over to pence while he recovers. I’m guessing even his closest allies are super worried at this point.

  22. fluffy_bunny says:

    What is Obama supposed to be indicted on? Doesn’t he realize if he does that than the next democrat president will do it to him and he’s actually guilty of real crimes?

    • Emmitt says:

      Well Obama was Presidenting While Black, so that was the crime.

    • schmootc says:

      That’s the part that gets me the most. Obama worked so hard while he was in the WH to be ethical and avoid even the appearance of impropriety. And this is how he’s repaid? Christ on a cracker!

  23. Size Does Matter says:

    My mom was on dexamethasone during radiation for cancer. She was septic and the dexamethasone masked the fever completely. It is a very powerful steroid.

    • lucy2 says:

      I think that has to be what’s happening, they have him so drugged up he feels great, but is eventually going to crash (unless they leave him on the steroids until he just explodes).

  24. Marigold says:

    They need to let him be crazy until the election because people might actually vote for Pence.

    Don’t you think it is weird that there is ANYONE voting for him? Who are these people??

  25. Edna says:

    What a crazy psycho. And he has the nuclear codes. Just praying that the military will not follow orders if he tries anything too stupid.

  26. Stelly says:

    “I’m back because I’m a perfect physical specimen and I’m extremely young.” LOL!!!!! Sorry dude. You’re not.

    • Tigerlily says:

      @Stelly. When I heard what he said about ‘…perfect physical specimen’ I wondered if they hid all the mirrors. His appetite is probably out of control and he already looks puffy from the steroids. He’s bat sh*t.

  27. Annie says:

    He will get every person in the White House sick. Some will die. Some will have a new chronic illness. It’s insane. But I don’t feel sorry for them (except the cleaning and cooking staff who need their jobs). Many of us joked for years that these people would go down with this ship and look. A deadly virus and they’re all going down. This is what they get for enabling a psychopath. He doesn’t care about their lives. He doesn’t care about their families. They have catered to his every whim. They never did anything to stop him. Now they’re all going to catch this deadly virus in his name. May God forgive them because good Americans will not.

    • Watson says:

      Sadly, the person who will come out of this unscathed will be Mitch McConnell who has been avoiding the White House for months.

  28. LP says:

    I’m just praying he stays alive long enough to face consequences for the first time ever, you know? No martyrdom, no sympathy, no passing the torch to pence or his idiot children, just a crushing historic defeat and at least one indictment from SDNY or something. *Then* he can do whatever! Thoughts and prayers!

  29. Other Renee says:

    I was put on steroids once so many years ago that I forget why. Possibly a sinus infection?? Never again. I was crazed and enraged over nothing. That part I remember clearly.

    • Tigerlily says:

      @Other Renee I’ve been on prednisone a few times for asthma/bronchitis as well as for RA flares. First time that I took it for more than a couple days I was appalled when I tore a strip off my husband for using the last clove of garlic. I went up one side and down the other on the phone with him. I was so angry it frightened me. I was on a low dose but was still supposed to taper off. I didn’t taper, I just quit as I was scared of what I might do. Now I’m very judicious how I use it. Will avoid if possible.

  30. Rapunzel says:

    And this Sunday, a lot of my so called Christian neighbors (a least 100 tagged on FB) are holding a “peaceful protest rally” for Trump. With farm equipment, horses, motorhomes, trucks, and cars going along the town Christmas parade route.

    Some of these neighbors, as I mentioned in a previous post, were also part of a drive around Trump parade that I saw gathering in an empty movie theater parking lot. They’ve got American flags and Trump flags hanging put the backs of their vehicles like cultists. No social distancing or masks. Lots of hugging and kissing. That group was maybe 15-20 people and I’m guessing this Sunday’s event will be 5x larger. I’m ashamed and scared, really terrified, that these people surround me.

    Fortunately, as I’m FB “friends” with some (to keep tabs on the crazy and not make things crazier by unfriending), I see all their plans, and know their route. They put out instructions last night. Here’s some if them: One: this is a peaceful protest (IDK what they’re protesting)- stay home if you can’t be peaceful (good rule, but these are gun nuts so…). Two: be courteous, even to opposition (these are your neighbors, not opposition, dumbdumbs). Three: don’t park at the local Catholic church (where 75% of these folks attend) as it’s not affiliated with this (it better not be!). And 4: remember we’re representing Donald Trump, so don’t stoop to protester’s level (I added the possessive apostrophe cause these folks don’t do grammar, and lolz for days at this rule).

    Anyhow, I just thought I would share this as an example of what we’re up against with these ding bats. Pray for me being trapped here in this seriously red part of CA.

    Bottom line: these idiots don’t give a sh– he’s roid raging. They’ll follow him to hell. So sad. My former Catechism teacher is among them, and unfriended me for saying that republicans would vote for the devil if he outlawed Roe V Wade.

  31. Erina says:

    Kim il Sung also believed he was a perfect physical specimen.

    I’ve deactivated my Facebook account until the election is over. My solar plexus Chakra couldn’t handle anymore political commentary from my cousin turned political science expert from watching Ben Shapiro YouTube videos.

  32. Jen says:

    I am slightly nutty to begin with and I went totally bonkers the 2 times I’ve taken steroids, lately. Damn miracle I wasn’t fired or arrested

  33. Jayna says:

    You’re giving the ‘roids too much credit. Nope. Biden is double digits over Trump in the national polls. Talk about pushing Trump over the edge. Trump is cooped up and contagious, and raging that he can’t do rallies and his defiant non-social-distancing events and anti-masking has hit him in his big fat a-s-s. He is the same Donald he always has been – only now we’re seeing Donald in lockdown, no way to control the narrative, his presidency in free fall, and losing his mind over it, and lashing out.

  34. RoyalBlue says:

    63 million people voted for him last election, and a similar number will do the same next month. That’s the part I can’t wrap my head around. They live amongst us.

  35. Rise and Shine says:

    Oh man. He is just nuts at this point. So afraid of NY indictments awaiting him and his precious Ivanka and Jared going after him the minute they are out. MEANWHILE, he held another campaign rally in our White House today. From the balcony no less, I kid you not, with his supporters all around. (Not cool and not allowed.) Only lasted about 25 minutes, short for him. Now compare and contrast that to Joe’s speech at Gettysburg a few days ago. Joe did well. The choice is clear. How there are some still undecided, well I don’t know, but asked them to watch both, and form their own opinion. GO JOE and Kamala, we love ya and dump TrumpKushners. VOTE! LOVE.

  36. Rad says:

    Hey Donald! You know if you keep taking steroids, you mushroom penis will shrivel to nothing! Which will it be? Your raging behavior or your manhood?

  37. Nana says:

    Can any US readers here fill me in? I was under the impression that you’re not allowed to use federal property for campaigning during an election (I recall this from an eon ago, when there were rumblings about an event in Jackie O’s demolished rose garden that was a bit too campaign-y). Wouldn’t Pres. oompa loompa’s balcony appearance be an open and shut case of campaigning?

  38. Leah says:

    Indict him for what? Taking up real estate in his head for the last four years?

    Looking forward to the day when he’s gone. I’m gonna party like it’s 1999.