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Friday, March 3, 2017

THIS & THAT.....

So glad he knows BIG WORDS!
Trump just bungled his own attack tweet.


  • Spell checker gone wild?

President Donald Trump has just made a complete fool of himself once again by reminding us that his grasp of the English language is marginal at best.
Over the span of a few minutes, Trump sent and deleted a tweet three times calling for an investigation into House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) because someone found a picture of her with the Russian ambassador in 2010 – all because he doesn’t know how to spell “hereby.”
Here’s the first try:  ON LINK!
Not quite, Donnie…
There you go! We’d give you a gold star, but we’re worried you might insult it.
But it gets better – in the middle of those tweets, what was probably a scheduled tweet went out reminding us all about the importance of education.
After two tries, Trump finally spells "hereby"
In the middle of THREE attempts to correctly spell "hereby" in an attack tweet, Trump tweeted about the importance of education. Irony.
View image on Twitter
His demand for an investigation is, of course, nothing but a pathetic attempt to deflect attention away from the multiple investigations into his own camp after it was revealed that both his Attorney General Jeff Sessions and son-in-law Jared Kushner held secret meetings with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

Trump has failed once again to go a single day without being a national disgrace. He’s not going to fool anyone with these halfhearted attempts at deflecting attention away from his own potential treason.

Christopher Steele, the former MI6 spy who prepared the explosive Trump report,…


When the FBI needs to be investigated for colluding with a Russian puppet, who investigates?
Relevant paragraphs:
"Mr Steele has been regularly supplying information to the FBI. In June last year, for instance, he produced a memo which went to the bureau stating that Mr Trump’s campaign team had agreed to a Russian request to dilute attention on Moscow’s intervention in Ukraine.
Four days later Mr Trump stated that he would recognise Moscow’s annexation of Crimea: officials involved in his campaign having already asked the Republican party’s election platform to remove a pledge for military assistance to the Ukrainian government against separatist rebels in the east of the country.
Mr Steele claimed the Trump campaign was taking this path because it was aware that the Russians were hacking Democratic Party emails. The same day that Mr Trump spoke about Crimea, he called on the Kremlin to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails.
However, Mr Steele became increasingly frustrated that the FBI was failing to take action on the intelligence from others as well as him.
He came to believe there was a cover-up, that a cabal within the bureau blocked a thorough inquiry into Mr Trump, focusing instead on the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails. The MI6 officer’s passing of information to the FBI ceased in December last year."

Poor Snowflake!

Highest Absenteeism Rate!

Politico: Sen. Marco Rubio won’t participate in town hall meetings 
because he says political activists will crash them to create a media 
spectacle of people who…


Things keep getting worse for Attorney General Jeff Sessions. 
According to new reports, Sessions used his Senate reelection funds 
to cover expenses at the…

Money Trail Found That Just Collapsed Jeff Sessions’ Russian Scandal Defense

Things keep getting worse for Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
According to new reports, Sessions used his Senate reelection funds to cover expenses at the 2016 Republican National Convention, where he met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.  This is a problem for Sessions because he claimed there was nothing inappropriate about the meeting as he was a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, and the trip was not payed for with funds from that committee.
The Trump administration’s defense of Jeff Sessions hinges on the fact, they claim he was acting as a then-U.S. senator when he talked to Russia’s ambassador at an event during last year’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland Why then did Jeff Sessions pay for convention travel expenses out of political funds and why did he talk about Donald Trump’s campaign during the meeting?
According to the Wall Street Journal report, Sessions’ campaign account made two payments of $1,395 to a Cleveland hotel on July 16 of last year:

Campaign-finance-disclosure records show Mr. Sessions’ re-election campaign account was used for travel expenses in Cleveland at the same time the Republican National Convention was held in July, rather than using official funds that would pay for travel by him or other members of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
On July 16, two days before the convention began, his campaign account made two payments of $1,395 to the Sheraton Cleveland Airport. A week later, the account made two payments to the Westin Hotel in Cleveland totaling $223. All payments were described as for “lodging.”
No payments reimbursing Mr. Sessions appear in Mr. Trump’s campaign account, the records show.
This comes on the heels of reports of Session’s meetings with Kislyak and not disclosing them in his confirmation hearings that caused him to recuse himself from any further investigations involving the Trump team and their Russian ties, and has led many leading democrats to call for his resignation.

The Orange Meat Ball is so STUPID, he can't comprehend how government functions....sadly, most of his blind followers are equally as uninformed and believe him! 

 It's the debt, and this was due to basically a financial shell game that happens in January where funds get moved around and the debt technically goes down - but nothing fundamental has changed. He's just using it out of context, or he doesn't understand it.

I find this tweet from president Trump very disturbing. It kind of proves he has no clue what he is doing or talking about. The debt certainly did decrease in his first month, but we were operating under an Obama budget. Trump has passed no fiscal legislation. He doesn't seem to know the difference. This means Obama decreased the debt! and Trump did not inherit the mess he claimed, unlike the disaster Obama inherited. However, this is short term and the debt will indeed increase to record levels again. Will Trump take credit for the increase as well? On top of that, Obama was operating on a Bush budget in his first nine months, so those increases are attributed to Bush. Both Trump and his followers seem too uninformed to understand any of this. It really is very frightening.
Jesuorobo Enobakhare Jr
Nothing funny about Trump today...

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