Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Welcome To The Monkey House

The month in which all that can hit the fan finally will hit the fan as every body buried in the White House Rose Garden over the past two and a half years will be dug up and put on display.
Our "President's" response? To begin by lurching into social media attack mode. He referred to a group of his accusers as "Democrat Savages." His targets four members of Congress of color and two Jewish lawmakers with his Tweet. He continues to lash out from his bunker, referring to House Intelligence Committee Chair as "Liddle' Adam Schiff." Then getting into a fuss with those who might want to correct him by using the diminutive "li'l" a contraction of the word "little." His reply was this: "To show you how dishonest the LameStream Media is, I used the word Liddle’, not Liddle, in discribing Corrupt Congressman Liddle’ Adam Schiff. Low ratings @CNN purposely took the hyphen out and said I spelled the word little wrong. A small but never ending situation with CNN!" Leaving us with the image of the most powerful man in the world arguing over punctuation (apostrophe, not a hyphen) while leaving a simple spelling mistake (discribing) right there on the table.
What I am suggesting here is that maybe this isn't the most powerful man in the world at all. Just a very bad wizard hiding behind a curtain. Except this one has no brains to hand out. Nor a heart. Certainly not courage. This is an angry, scared person with a persecution complex brought on primarily by himself. If there were any filter at all, he might be able to collect himself and move forward from each of these self-inflicted wounds.
But he doesn't. Time and time again he doubles down and seeks to blame anyone or anything else for his missteps. He fires those he hired in hopes of "draining the swamp" without realizing he has only managed to bring several new and dangerous mutations into what had been a comparatively benign ecosystem.
And now all that excrement will be hurled back at the rotary oscillating device. He won't mind where it lands because most of it is his. The same mess he's been hurling about his enclosure for two and a half years.

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