Nothing but contradictions from President Trump


So let’s see, the latest “Trump Derangement Syndrome” symptom is thinking The Donald spoke negatively against our troops, while he wholeheartedly supports them. The “fake” media has claimed that Trump said that all the soldiers in the cemetery were “Losers and Suckers”. (I must be infected.) I swear I heard and saw him say that John McCain was a loser, because he got caught. This from a man who was smart enough to have bone spurs, in order to avoid being a “target” in the Vietnam war, while his own personal fight was avoiding an STD.

He’s even told us to ignore the fake news and only believe him. So how can it be, that both the fake news and Trump have said that soldiers are losers and suckers?

Or, how about the caronavirus being both a hoax and something that “could have been much worse” if not for him, at the same time. The worldwide pandemic wasn’t his responsibility to “fix” as the leader of the U.S., while forcing the governors to “fend for themselves” and then taking credit for something he didn’t do.

To all the Trump acolytes with your gigantic flags of support. What you don’t get, is Donald doesn’t need or care about you! You live in the wrong state! You aren’t of any electoral value. So, when this and other majority Democratic states were in need of “bailing out,” at the beginning of the pandemic, he sent help to Florida. They are a toss-up state. They were “worth it.” You could just go ahead and die, for all he cares. Losers.

The question is, what group hasn’t Donald offended? And the only answer is: Russian.

Nancy Cooper


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