Fascist loser Donald Trump broke his silence after eight full days of pouting

Trump delivers update on Operation Warp Speed

Donald Trump made an on-camera public statement on Thursday, November 5th, roughly 36 hours before Joe Biden was officially declared the winner of the 2020 election. That November 5th evening press conference was completely f–king bonkers, with Trump ranting all kinds of weird conspiracies from behind the White House podium. It would be eight full days before he spoke on-camera again. In those eight days, it became increasingly clear that Trump was, as John Harwood said on CNN, “humiliated.” Trump was unwilling “to face that music publicly, so he’s been hiding out in the White House.”

Trump finally broke his childish silent treatment on Friday afternoon, at the White House. He gave a brief speech which was supposed to be just a general update about the pandemic and vaccines and such. He lied throughout, but I will say this – he seemed very subdued, but like he was still pouting. Still in some kind of weird half-denial state. He didn’t concede. He did offer one weird off-script moment where he seemed to indicate that the next administration would have to deal with the pandemic. He also threatened New York, the entire state, by saying he would withhold the vaccine, possibly because Andrew Cuomo says mean things about the poor fascist baby.

Yeah, as you can see in that clip, the Trump coronavirus team is refusing to work with the panel of experts Biden has put together for his pandemic task force. Which, again, is absurd and infuriating.

Also absurd and infuriating? The Million Nazi March in Washington on Saturday. I don’t know why the Klan decided to do a big national conference after they lost an election so badly, but here we are.

I’ll be honest, I didn’t expect that many dumbasses to converge in DC. It wasn’t a million people. This Klan rally didn’t get the kind of turnout of the Women’s March. But they still got more people than I thought would show up, by some estimates well over 10,000. Those idiot white folks really are triggered at the thought that a jingoist, baby-caging bigoted racist and rapist won’t be in the White House anymore. And of course those Klansman were still in DC overnight, f–king sh-t up. I’ll tell you a secret as to why the cops didn’t tear-gas and violently clash with these fascist “protesters” – it’s because a significant number of the Klan rally participants are likely off-duty cops.

Trump’s motorcade drove by/through the Klan rally. He was on his way to his golf course.

Trump delivers update on Operation Warp Speed

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  1. Digital Unicorn says:

    Dump WANTS a civil war – he wants his cultists to rise up and destroy the gov as its the only way he and GOP will stay in power.

    He is desperately trying to take credit for the Pfizer vaccine to cover up how badly he and his admin handled the pandemic – he stood in the Rose Garden and called Pfizer liars and that he gave them ‘millions of billions’ of dollars to fund their research even thou Pfizer said they paid for it themselves. Its interesting to note that the order the US gov placed for the vaccine pretty much covers the $2 billion dollars Pfizer spent on it and they are using this to shore up their narrative that they paid for and own the vaccine.

    Pfizer need to shut that down for good as people actually believe that they were part of this warp speed project.

    • Seraphina says:

      @DU, I was and am confused about the Pfizer comments. Pfizer said no that the money was not accepted (I believe) and then Trump point blank called them liars at the press conference. I believe Pfizer, but how can he go on TV and call them liars – the truth is the truth. Am I missing something?

      • Rapunzel says:

        Seraphina- the government placed a preorder to buy the vaccine from Pfizer, and aa DU noted, it was an amount equal to what they needed to produce the vaccine. So Trump is saying that means they took the Trump admin money for production. It’s a stupid lie, but enough for his followers.

      • Digital Unicorn says:

        He’s calling them liars as they are refusing to be bullied by him – they’ve said all along that they are not accepting any gov money to fund the vaccine R&D and trials, right when they started working on it. He and his minions are trying to bully a multi billion dollar pharma giant into letting them take credit for the vaccine even though its not true – Dump desperately needs something to show for his 4 years in office.

        Also lets not forget that the husband and wife team who are behind the vaccine are billionaires who also stumped up cash for it (from what I understand I could be mistaken on that).

        Pfizer knows that they will make 100 times more from sales of the vaccine than they’ve spent on the R&D, trials and production. Their share price went through the ceiling when it was announced.

      • Seraphina says:

        Thank you for clarifying further. Sad state of affairs when I trust a billion dollar pharmaceutical company over the POTUS – but this when he has brought many.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        I’m going to clarify some of what @Rapunzel said here. The government placed an order for 100M vials (vax for 50M people) – it was not the amount needed to produce the vaccine, nor did it have any impact on developing the vaccine. What that order impacted was the not only the speed up to manufacturing the vaccine at risk but also since the magnitude of the order w/that large a number of doses being needed by the end of this calendar year, also required a major investment in manufacturing. Let me reiterate that everything with regard to manufacturing was done at risk. Usually, you have a lot more time to scale up for commercial batches and you don’t go all out to have that much product ready to ship as soon as you get your approval & launch. They’re really not focusing on ROI for this vaccine and it will be some time before they can figure that out, so the assertion they’ll make 100 times their investment is a bit much.

      • Salted Watermelon says:

        When a company receives federal funding for an invention, they are required to include a Government Support Clause acknowledging the funding. They are also required to submit an Invention Report to the funding institution, along with yearly utilization reports about all licensing activity. The company must also submit a Confirmatory License to the government – this grants the US government a license to use the invention described within the patent application. Failure to comply with any of the requirements in this law (the Bayh-Dole Act) allows the government to come in and take your invention.

        Basically, if the US government had actually given either of these companies money for the development of the vaccine, they would have march in rights to make as much as they want. They wouldn’t be buying doses from Pfizer.

      • derps says:

        @Salted Watermelon, could you please give me some direction about where to get that kind of info from an official website? I’d like to share with some friends and family who are ignorant and confused about this.

    • magdalena says:

      Pfizer’s partner, BioNTech (they are working on the vaccine together) received money from the German government. Just pointing this out, they had public funding, but not from the US.

      • Digital Unicorn says:

        Ah – thanks for that, I didn’t know that but makes sense as they are German citizens. Are these the people that Dump tried to ‘buy’ the vaccine from and was told to ‘fk off’ by the German gov?

        I thought that they stumped up some of the cash themselves, considering they are what Dump thinks he is, real billionaires.

    • HayGrl says:

      I don’t think the dump wants civil war–he want$ M O N E Y…His whole current BS schtick is FUNDRAISING,.

  2. Rapunzel says:

    The marching MAGAts had some encounters with anti-Trump folks. Naturally, Trump called his supporters “Innocent” and the others “antifa scum” and told cops to “do your job and don’t hold back”

    This. Motherf–ker. Is. Insane.

    • Scal says:

      And all of the cult is taking about it using edited footage to make themselves look like the victims.

      Proud boys stabbed 3 people last night and attacking anyone they came across and were putting out posts about ‘cleaning up the DC’ streets’-but OF COURSE the racist snowflakes have to make themselves the good guys

      • Noodle says:

        @scal, I read an article about the Proud Boys on Friday, about how they no longer want to be just a terrorist organization; now they want to embrace their white supremacy and be a white supremacist terrorist organization. Their leader (whom they are ousting) is Afro-Cuban (I may be misremembering this exact detail, but I think this is how his ethnicity was presented) and they’ve been hiding behind him, saying “How can we be racist with him as our leader?” Well, there’s been a coup and he’s out now and replaced. I don’t think this surprises anyone, but it was an interesting narrative given how defensive the MAGAts have been of the organization.

    • (TheOG) Jan90067 says:

      Reread/listen to the lyrics of John Lennon’s “Nowhere Man”. John was a prophet…it obviously is about the Moldy Orange Lame Duck a L’orange lolololol

  3. Silver Charm says:

    When does Fauci throw in the towel and join the Biden team?

    • AnnaKist says:

      Oh, good – I’ve also been wondering about this.

    • Gina says:

      His pension. He’s a federal employee and would potentially loose all his benefits of being employed by the federal government for decades. He’d be a fool to walk away from his retirement benefits at this point.

      • fluffy_bunny says:

        Isn’t he old enough to retire with benefits and then Biden can offer him a position and he can come back?

      • SamC says:

        He’s fully vested at this point so doubt there is any risk of that. And he’ll be working for Biden people in January, likely is in some fashion already, and probably figures he’s made it this far with Trump, what’s another 7 or 8 weeks.

      • Becks1 says:

        His pension is safe. He’s under the old civil service system so not only is it safe, but it’s very very good. But even if he was under the new system, he’d be safe. He’s vested. Leaving now wouldn’t affect that.

    • Coco says:

      I think he needs to stay for the security detail, because he and his family continue to receive death threats.

  4. HufflepuffLizLemon says:

    Yesterday where I live, there was a small group (maybe 15-20) standing on a corner with signs and banners in a very nice area of town. My husband and I pulled up to the light in our liberal elite Mercedes and I did something completely out of character but SOOO cathartic: I rolled down the window and yelled “You lost, losers.” The hate and screaming on their faces was honestly the best moment of my day-even better than pumpkin pancakes for breakfast.
    I wouldn’t have done that with my child in the car or in most areas, but I have no regrets. I know we’re supposed to be moving forward as one nation and Kamala and Joe would be disappointed, but… ahhhhh. It’s out of my system now.

    • Edna says:


    • Barcelona says:

      I was running errands right outside DC in Maryland and I saw a few MAGATS outside the metro. I wanted to yell “Haha losers,” but they had an older woman in a walker with them and the thought that this woman was probably going to die with hate in her heart saddened me more. I’m staying far away from anyone who voted for that thing currently occupying the White House.

    • Sally says:

      This is ironic. I had the very same experience in the city I am living in. Southeast Coastal Georgia……..

    • SofiasSideEye says:

      Haha! Yesssssss! Give them hell, LizLemon!

      I’ve been telling my husband that Joe and Kamala always go high so I can go low and balance it out. lol

    • Eugh says:

      This story and the description is giving me life

      • ThEHufflepuffLizLemon says:

        The spittle was flying and it honestly just gave me so much joy. I wanted to yell something about conservative tears but the light was green. 😂😂😂

  5. AZBlue says:

    The news coverage over MAGA protest violence is always so biased. The language is always so careful to point out violence on both sides and paint the other side as the aggressor.

    It’s pretty similar to when there’s a massive shooting and a white person commits it. Theyre almost always described as mentally ill and their neighbors always give interviews that they were so normal and nice. Any non-white person is immediately a terrorist.

    These people should be called out for what they are. Racists that just can’t deal with losing . They are quite literally fomenting rebellion and I’m 100% sure it’s creating domestic white terrorism. The next timothy mcveigh is coming, and we’ll be reading stories of how he was such a nice young man until he up and murdered 20 people.

  6. Seraphina says:

    I watched this press conference with great interest to see what would happen. I will go right for the fact that he grayed out his hair. Smoke and mirrors used on the American public and he thinks we are stupid enough to believe he is so worried and distraught that his hair grayed. Maybe his supporters are, but the rest of the world is not. I read an article online by Vogue, a historian even stated it’s a ploy and many politicians have used this playbook. George Washington and his glasses (she cited). She also said Trump would no way willingly change his appearance, so this was thought up by someone in the backdrop. I concur because no way would he care what we think and he isn’t that smart to figure out that play or understand historically it’s been used before.

    • Esmom says:

      Yeah, my friends and I were taking about this on Fri, one of them shared the Vogue piece. It’s so manipulative, definitely trying (feebly) to put him on the same level as previous presidents who actually did go gray from the stress of the job. And of course the deplorables fall for it. I don’t know how we are going to get past peoples’ worship of him.

      • Seraphina says:

        That’s what scares me so much: so many adore him and how that will be overcome.

      • AnnaKist says:

        My two cents worth? The way I see it, his supporters feel he gave them something (e.g. tax breaks, higher wages, jobs). And now that he’s lost the election, they feel they will lose any *real or imagined* gain that Dump gave them. What Mr Biden might need to consider is to win these people over to his side, he’ll have to give them a little something, too. For all I know Mr Biden might already have them in his sights; he’s an astute politician, after all. And I also think Dump believes Mr Biden can do this. As if the loss isn’t humiliating enough, how would he feel if his supporters switched allegiance?

      • Edna says:

        @AnnaKist. I agree with you that Trump’s supporters believe he gave them something and now they fear losing it. This article speaks to that. It’s interesting but also scary and depressing: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/08/09/us/evangelicals-trump-christianity.html

      • cer says:

        “What Mr Biden might need to consider is to win these people over to his side, he’ll have to give them a little something, too. For all I know Mr Biden might already have them in his sights; he’s an astute politician, after all”
        He’s not going to win them over, no matter what he does. And if he tries to cater to them specifically the president elect will tick off his base. If Biden and Congress are actually able to pass legislation that’s close to what the Dems advocated for during the election it will help a lot of Trump supporters. But they’ll probably never acknowledge that.

      • windyriver says:

        @AnnaKist, interestingly, people who feel they’re better off now than 4 years ago, and/or said the economy was their top concern, went for Biden. People in areas that were less prosperous during Obama went for Trump in 2016, and areas that saw the least job growth during Trump still went for him in 2020. Education, ethnicity, urban vs. rural are part of the picture as well, but this is an interesting analysis of how the changing nature of the US economy impacts party affiliation.


      • Sara says:

        @Edna – omg that article. These folks keep saying someone is trying to take their right to practice their religion away from them. Who? You’re still here practicing your religion and hating gay people (mentioned by two different women in the article) and “submitting to your husband” as one lady said she values. But then they never name who is taking these “values” away from them or how. And the most amoral man who revels in cruelty is saving them from…what? I cannot wrap my head around this.

      • Amy Too says:

        Edna, about that NY Times article. It seems to boils down to:

        Black people: I am afraid that when I leave my house I might be murdered by police for being black.

        Mexican people: I am afraid that I will have my children separated from me and put in cages, then I will be put in a cage and have my uterus forcibly extracted because I am brown.

        Christians from Iowa: I am afraid that at some vague point in the future I may be forced to bake a cake for a gay couple, or I may be called a bigot on Facebook, or someone will tell me I’m not feminist when I say I enjoy submitting to my husband because I’m Christian!

        And the evangelicals think they’re the persecuted ones? They’re the ones who are having their “rights” taken away? I didn’t see any actual “rights” being taken away. It is not a civil right to live in an all Christian small town. It is not a civil right to not be called out on Facebook as a bigot when you’re acting like a bigot. It is not a civil right to have prayer in all public schools.

        The big takeaway I got is that these people are super afraid of everything outside of their own bubble. And they think that their ability to feel bubble wrapped and righteous and be surrounded by only like minded people who look, speak, love, act, and worship like them is somehow a “human right.” And any gay people in NYC being allowed to marry or buy a cake from a bakery is somehow an infringement on their civil rights in Iowa?

    • Sara says:

      @Seraphina – Ooh, the George Washington story of how he put on his glasses for sympathy – he did that to prevent an insurrection as his military was angry they weren’t getting paid. Dump is still trying to incite one among his followers and it’s working.

      • Seraphina says:

        😉 but Trump would not be educated enough to know Washington’s glasses trick.

      • Berlin says:

        @Amy too_ I really like what you wrote and how you compared the perceived persecution that Christian whites ‘feel’ and their grievance politics vs actual fear-based life/death issues by POC.

    • AnnaKist says:

      Thanks, everyone! I learn so much about American life and politics on this site. 🦘

    • Midnight@theOasis says:

      Another good article that can shed light on Trump voters thought processes is this one in the LA Times: https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2020-11-14/handing-our-entire-letters-page-over-trump-voters. The Times published letters to the editor allowing Trump voters to explain why they voted for him.

  7. Elizabeth Regina says:

    Trump knows it’s all over for him but he wants to burn the house down and salt the earth before he leaves. The speed at which most international leaders congratulated and welcomed Biden as president elect shocked him to the core.Most sane people all over the world want him gone. Even his nutter ‘brother’ from another mother Boris, has accepted the results. I think the American people just need to keep up the pressure of telling him to leave everyday without fail. He has no dignity left to salvage anymore.

    • Seraphina says:

      That’s exactly right and that’s why those who are coddling him need to be very careful. He is like a an embittered employee or an employee who feels they have been wronged and he can do a great deal of damage. My hope is that he has done enough damage where his offspring cannot run for office again.

  8. Rapunzel says:

    re: the vaccine and who gets “credit:” literally zero politicians deserve credit for the creation of the vaccine. This is solely to be credited to the scientists. I’m furious Trump’s made this political.

    Trump is acting like these scientists/companies are only working on this because he (Trump) asked them to. That’s bullsh–. These companies/scientists would be working on this even if Hillary (or whoever else) was president. Because it’s their motherfu–ing job. And how they make a living. If it’s not operation warpspeed giving money (which it wasn’t in Pfizer’s case), it would be someone else.

    This is a global pandemic crippling the world. Folks were gonna be solving it no matter who is in charge.

  9. AnnaKist says:

    Meanwhile, just like wonderful Jacinda Ardern, Mr Biden shows Tangerino how to do leadership.
    What a mess the big baby has breaded, and will leave behind. I think I’ve given too much credit to a lot of human beings.
    Question: This morning, on TV in Australia, a one-time newsreader and now social commentator, hinted that he thought Tangerino had every right to take legal action reading any part of this election, because the loser did get over 70 million votes – unprecedented, apparently. Is this true? No one took this guy (yes, talking about you, Ron Wilson, you little nobody) to task. Maybe they admired his fanboying of Bigly Baby. Good for me, though, as I’ll never watch that programme again. In future, I’ll take my Sunday morning pot of tea outside and watch the grass grow instead.

    • Busyann says:

      I mean, I guess it’s true. Anyone has a right to sue anyone here I guess, but that doesnt mean he has grounds. Which is why most of this stuff is being thrown out. And outside of the Bush v. Gore stuff, I can’t recall a time when the courts got involved. I might be missing something, but most losing candidates take the L and go away.

      I suspect a lot of this is because that is just how he operates….suing his way through life, he’s under serious threat of jail after this, and he’s trying to keep his f*king moronic klan base riled up. He’ll go away eventually I think though. Sooner than we probably would imagine. I think more than anything he’s embarrassed right now. Hahahahahahaha the funny thing is he did this to himself. He didnt have to run for president, he didnt have to be a facist idiot, and he didnt have to be so horrible at his job for 4 years. He made all of those choices….you reap what you sow.

      • AnnaKist says:

        Thanks, Busyann. That’s just what I was thinking. When this guy said Dump is entitled to sue, that’s when he should have qualified that statement, or the host should have jumped in to do so, by saying that Dump had no evidence and had not, and would not succeed in these frivolous litigations. And the commercial networks here wonder why ttheir audiences are abandoning them in droves…

    • Esmom says:

      I don’t understand the logic of someone saying just because he got so many votes he’s entitled to take it to court. Joe Biden got more votes then Trump. Five and half million and counting, I believe. That’s how elections work, one person wins and one loses. Can you imagine if Hillary had tried to tie up the courts because she lost, even thought she got more votes? She understood how elections work.

      JFC, Trump and his supporters remind me of this neighbor kid who would play with my kids and other neighbor kids when they were little. Every time he would be losing in whatever game they had going on, he would change the rules in his favor. It was like a compulsion. And Trump is the same. As Busyann said above, he’s always operated in this way. It’s exhausting.

    • windyriver says:

      What a dumb premise. I guess the social commentator overlooked a minor detail – that Trump LOST the popular vote in 2016 – Hilary had about 3 million more votes than him. He’s only president because of the Electoral College system.

      Doesn’t matter if Trump got an unprecedented number of votes – Biden got an even more unprecedented number, and is ahead of Trump by an even larger margin this time, 5 million.

      He’s had his day in court – in many cases with suits based on massively silly and trivial “evidence”, like the sticky note handed to an election official in MI by a supposed poll worker, who they can’t identify. Just about every state is now past the deadline for votes mailed by Election Day to still be valid. It’s done.

    • Lizzie says:

      Recount every close race, allow every legal challenge and watch the judges throw them out. Let there be no doubt Biden won.
      Do not lower your guard, they are plotting how to win 2024.

  10. Cg2495 says:

    F*uck this lunatic ! — With hate from New York

  11. shanaynay says:

    He’s a disgusting disgrace!!!! Every f*cking word out of his mouth is a lie~

  12. Midnight@theOasis says:

    Orangino looks pure evil in that top picture. That selfish man would go scorched earth and destroy everything because his ego can’t handle losing. Democracy is very fragile and Trump and his GOP Henchmen are doing their very best to undermine a Biden-Harris administration. I worry about both Biden and Harris’ safety. In particular Harris because the incels have it in for her:


  13. Feedmechips says:

    Among the many, many other things I hate about orange nightmare is the way he has compelled me to side with big pharma.

  14. Leah says:

    I didn’t even watch his speech because I knew it was going to be exactly the same old crap. He looks like he’s aged about 15 years which he deserves because he’s aged the country about 20. They say we’ve all aged since the start of this pandemic, and I believe it. I have some grey on my fringe which wasn’t there in February.

    I am just counting down the days until he’s escorted out/dragged out, whatever it takes.

    His insane followers tried to pin blame on BLM and antifa in DC yesterday saying that they attacked some Trump people at night. Ridiculous. They edit these videos and don’t show what happened before, they cosplay the left and the proud boys stabbed at least three people. That one magat who got that milkshake thrown on him a few years back (and who claimed it was cement) needs to get banned from Twitter for spreading lies but they won’t. It’s such a set up,

  15. Brittney B says:

    “ it’s because a significant number of the Klan rally participants are likely off-duty cops.“

    Thank you so much for saying this. At least 8 antifascist counter-protesters got stabbed last night, from what I’m hearing from DC direct action networks.

    Hell, in liberal Denver there have been too many attacks and attempted murders to count & I’ve witnessed dozens of them myself. Guess how many times cops intervened? Guess how many times cops made arrests?

    I’m literally in trauma therapy bc a MAGAt (also named Kyle) tried to run us over in his Jeep & was only stopped by a truck driver who sacrificed himself and his truck to save us. That Jeep driver got a RIDE HOME from cops and zero charges, and dozens of us almost died.

    This system is irretrievably broken & Biden’s inauguration won’t change that.

    • Sarah says:

      “Some of those that work forces, are the same that burn crosses…for wearing the badge, they’re the chosen whites”


    • Edna says:

      People of color have known this for years. That’s why there’s so much distrust of law enforcement in the black community. Those same officers who swore to “serve and protect” were the Klansmen lynching and terrorizing black people at night. And the police will always side with the white supremacists because they’re brethren.

  16. damejudi says:

    I think the resuming his natural hair color has the opposite effect. I think he looks healthier, and better suited to his age than when he had that Cheeto dip/balayage mess sitting on top of his head.

  17. SJ Knows says:

    If my Dad was still alive he would be horrified at the sh*t show of the last 4 years!
    I know I am.
    HTF did we come to this reality?
    A nightmare of down is up, never seems to end.

    Where in the hell are the true reporters and journalists?
    Trump is insane.

    My neighbors 3 houses from me, still have huge Trump signs and flags in their yard.
    I will never speak to these people, I have a child who will not be allowed to interact with them.
    I will not accept these supporters of fascists. Ever.

    Headphones and sunglasses on as I walk my dog past their house. Yes, it’s rude and small behavior on my part, I don’t care.

    Down with Trump. Down with his cruel, vile, inept time as POTUS.
    Biden-Harris Jan. 20, 2021 can not come soon enough for me.

    I hope Dr. Fauci is working with Bidens team already. We the people of the USofA deserve to have every single qualified person able to assist in fixing the hot mess of Trump, hard at work 24/7.

    Personally, I’d like to see the CEO of Pfizer make the following statement “Donald Trump is a complete idiot, he has done a horrible job with this pandemic, he had Zero to do with our work, frankly, we’d like him to STFU and F.O.!”

  18. Jayna says:

    I despise him. I hate him. I wish he were — never mind. Half of America is so disappointing. Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised if Trump ran again and won. I hope it never comes to that. And as terrifying as that thought is for me and any Democrat, it is more horrifying for all of the Republicans in office who want him out so they can run for POTUS or gain more power. And most of those Republicans hide that thought and support him publicly.

    I try to stay positive. No matter what, we have a sane president-elect who will be in office in January, and will put experienced, intellectual, extremely competent people in his administration. Trump will be out there giving rallies, revving up the hate, non-stop. I am going to tune him and his deplorables out.

  19. Ann says:

    I am seeing all sorts of videos over several social media sites of these heavily armed morons screaming in police officers faces and there are no repercussions. No tear gas. No ‘non-leathal’ forces. My family thinks I’m crazy to distrust police but pretty much every day during this nightmare administration I see or read something that makes me distrust cops more.

  20. aquarius64 says:

    I think Trump is selling secrets to pay Russia for that 421 million debt. The Defense Department shake up and Putin not congratulating Trump makes me suspicious.

  21. Jaded says:

    America is suffering a humanitarian crisis. The US now leads the world in numbers of sick and dead. It’s a world leader, not a third world “shit hole” as Dump says. And all Dump does is hide away, golf, file lawsuits, throw tantrums and lie instead of working with Biden’s pandemic team to save lives. That 70 million people can still worship him and believe him is monstrous. That his team continues to support him is reprehensible. And even out of office he will continue to work against good, honest leadership that will bring people decent health care, education, open up new job sectors and address the climate crisis (I prefer to use “crisis” because “change” is too soft a word) out of pure spite and revenge.

    I shake my head.

  22. judith A reeder says:

    He is still pouting!!!

  23. Sean says:

    I can’t wait until the day when he is but a distant memory. I hate how he’s managed to permeate areas of my life no other president has.

    For example, last night I watched “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”, about a journalist who interviews Fred Rogers and has a life-changing experience because of it. In one scene, Fred asks the journalist to close his eyes and think of everyone who’s “loved him into being.” My mind suddenly screamed “OH MY GOD! NO ONE EVER LOVED DONALD TRUMP AND THAT’S WHY HE IS THE WAY THAT HE IS!”

    And it was gone. Just like that. I never would have had that revelation about another president while watching a film about Mr. Rogers.

    • Silent Star says:

      Gotta agree with you @Sean, Dump is who he is largely because of how his early experiences affected his development. It sounds corny to say the world needs more love, but it’s very very true and the lack of it has very damaging effects for more than just the one person who is unloved.

    • Regina Falangie says:

      Awwww Sean, that quote from Mr. Rogers brought tears to my eyes. Thank you. ❤️

  24. A Fan says:

    As an impartial viewer from a different country, this is all so scary. The riots, the fighting, the mayhem, the chaos, the constant conspiracy theories – it’s hard to believe this is happening in one of the most powerful countries in the world and certainly the leader of the free world. Like it or not, the world needs you.

    [*Ya’ll gotta get it together.*]

  25. Midnight@theOasis says:

    Trump will stay around and harass and cause trouble until he’s six feet under. He’s not going to go away. He’s going to continue to feed his hungry cult followers. Trump’s supporters seem to be afraid and live in fear. Fear of anything different. Fear of demographic change. Fear of anything that doesn’t fit neatly in their bubble of how the world should be. They’re paranoid about losing their way of life, their guns, their religion. No one is trying to take those things away from them, but they use that fear to push back against a changing world they choose not to understand or embrace. And they use that fear to try and control others to submit to their vision of how the world should be and how others should live their lives. For all their yelling about their Christian faith, they never seem to practice two of the greatest commandments: love thy neighbor as thyself and do unto others as you have them do unto you.

    • Anne Call says:

      He will be grifting off his base until the day he kicks the bucket. A NY Times opinion writer did say he could go the way of Sarah Palin (irrelevant) but I doubt he will completely disappear. He’s a malignant mixture of tv reality star, racist and pretend “businessman”.

    • april says:

      I totally agree with everything you said. Thank you for posting this.

  26. SJ Knows says:

    I agree with A Fan Says.
    The current state of this country is terrifying.
    As a youngster, my family watched Cronkite every night during dinner.
    Vietnam War, Kennedy and MLK being shot, riots, protests, etc., followed by nightly reports on Watergate, etc.
    The USA is in real trouble and the entire world needs Biden-Harris and their teams to get our sh*t together and throw out every single Trump supporter they can. I wish the PTB would realize that every day that Trump keeps sh*t stirring, we lose ground and respect around the world.
    Shut that idiot up! Concede at once. Work to transition ASAP, get moving, the Pandemic virus is not stopping. And, IMO, there is going to be a helluva big outbreak after Thanksgiving, which will over run the health people. Weeping Jesus, the health care professionals have done a massive job and must have passed burnout months ago. They keep working, Bless them all.

  27. Valerie says:

    As he nears the end of his reign of terror, I thought that I would go back in his Celebitchy tag and see what we used to talk about before he was imPOTUS. Unsurprisingly, It wasn’t much different. One of the first posts was about his Twitter meltdown over Obama; another was more interesting—it was a repost of his tips for raising children (lol, as if he raised them himself.) He claimed then, in 2007, that EDUCATION was important. What the hell happened?!

    Edit: He tried to incite riots back in 2012, too. The comments on that post are no different from the ones you’d find on a Trump post today. My mind is blown.

  28. JDZ says:

    That tweet you posted, (with the picture of nazi flags), is incorrect. That pic was taken in September at a flea market at Braddock’s Inn. It was not taken at this recent rally.