Saturday, September 19, 2020
In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.

Donald Trump is NOT my President

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Damn right he’s not.

President-elect Donald Trump’s dedicated, but delusional, supporters decry protestors who say, “He is not our President,” claiming that the man who gets the most electoral votes must be considered as “the President” by all of us.

Like hell he is. Donald Trump should go down in history as the greatest political con-man of all times, a flamboyant salesman who lied, cheated and connived his way to getting the Presidency but, from where I stand, is not, will not, and never will be “my President.”

I cannot accept, endorse or support a racist, bigot, misogynist, sexual predator and liar as the leader of my country. I didn’t vote for him. Most Americans who voted did not vote for him. His election came about because of a flawed political system that allows someone with less than 50 percent of the popular vote to win the Presidency.

Trump is a fluke, a dangerous one at that, and a prime example of a political system that is out of control and in need of serious reform.

Trump is in the midst of assembling a radical right wing team of other rich blow-hards with questionable credentials and muddled pasts.

His appointed national security advisor, retired General Michael Flynn, is a hard-ass nut who buys into discredited conspiracy theories and contributed to the right-wing fruitcake who showed up last weekend at a family pizza restaurant in Northwester Washington, DC, with his assault-style AR-15, a shotgun, a handgun and knife to “save children” from a claimed child pornography that existed in the warped mind of often-discredited radio flim-flam man Alex Jones.

Flynn and his son promoted claims that Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was part of that fantasy child-porn ring that never existed.

Trump also wants another ex-general, James Mattis, to be Secretary of Defense, a role intended by law to be a civilian, and who brags about “it’s fun to shoot some people.” The President-elect’s “strategic counselor” is alt-right extremist Stephen Bannon, editor and CEO of fake news operation Breitbart news.

During the Presidential campaign, Trump called Clinton “Crooked Hillary” and threatened to throw her in jail is he became President, saying she endangered national secrets by her use of a private email server as Secretary of State.

Now one of his top candidates for the job as his Secretary of State is former CIA Director David Petraeus, who lost his job as the nation’s top spy and was convicted for letting his lover see secret documents. By the way, he was married while letting his other woman share national secrets and his bed.

Trump, somehow, convinced too many Americans that are down on their luck and feeling unappreciated and not represented that he is “one of them.” He’s was a pampered child of a rich real estate developer who attended private schools, used his daddy’s money and power to avoid the draft during the Vietnam war and muddled his way through top universities with lackluster performances. He has turned to other rich folks raised in such surroundings to other cabinet positions.

He promised to “drain the swamp” in Washington. Instead, he turned to those who would make it more toxic and putrid.

Donald Trump as “my President?” No way.

Trump bragged on audio tape that he liked to sexually assault women when he would “grab their pussies” and routinely walked in on nude underage girls in the dressing rooms of Miss Teen pageants because “I own the pageant and can do what I want.”

He is a thrice-married, serial adulterer who bragged on the Howard Stern radio show about bedding multiple women while married, and agreed with Stern when he called his daughter a “piece of ass.” Trump is still under an open charge of raping an underage model.

Leader of my country? Like hell he is.

Trump calls his political opponents “crooks” and “liars” and “losers,” all terms better applied to the man who claims he can “make America great again.”

He may make America many things but the only thing it will make America is a laughing stock to anyone with an IQ above that of the average plant.

In our view, Donald Trump is not “our President.”

He’s an enemy of the state and must be treated as such.

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12 thoughts on “Donald Trump is NOT my President”

  1. TO OUR READERS: This comment has no citations for its claims and officials results from the states and national elections services found the numbers are incorrect. Because of the proliferation of “fake news” sites and the glut of misinformation passed around in this election campaign, we are instituting checks on false claims and will edit and/or delete such comments with messages to our readers. More information is availble from snopes.com.

    –CHB Editors

    (WARNING TO OUR READERS: Official records of the Nov. 8 elections show the claims below are incorrect — CHB).

    Points to ponder: A few bits of info to quell the mindless storm flowing from the media, while demonstrating the significant and important role of the Electoral College:

    There are 3,141 counties in the United States.
    Trump won 3,084 of them.
    Clinton won 57.

    There are 62 counties in New York State.
    Trump won 46 of them.
    Clinton won 16.
    Clinton won the popular vote by approximately 1.5 million votes.

    In the 5 counties that encompass NYC, (Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Richmond & Queens) Clinton received well over 2 million more votes than Trump. (Clinton won 4 of these counties; Trump won Richmond)

    Therefore, these 5 counties alone more than accounted for Clinton winning the popular vote of the entire country.

    These 5 counties comprise 319 square miles.
    The United States encompasses 3,797,000 square miles.

    Thus, in a country that encompasses almost 4 million square miles of territory, it would be beyond ludicrous to even suggest that the vote of those within an area encompassing a mere 319 square miles should dictate the outcome of a national election.

    Now, are there any other questions?

      • Joe, he got the info from Breitbart,which is known to ignore facts and invent statistics. As Snope pointed,out the figures listed are incorrect. Other fact-checking services have found more errors in the fake claims. Snopes added:

        Even if you count only 17 states (Breitbart’s ten and an additional seven), Clinton won 164 counties in those 17. Even without accounting for the other 33 states, the claim that Trump won all but 57 of America’s 3,141 counties appeared to be completely untrue.

        The map on which the claim was based came from one of several university projections, but the author of the article and creator of the map repeatedly noted it was a poor reflection of the electoral breakdown.

        We were unable to substantiate the “57 counties” number by any mathematical means.

        Sadly, I know the poster who made this comment. Even though he lives in Florida today, he is a native of the county in Virginia where I spent part of my youth and he hates the fact that Virginia went for Clinton. It was this kind of misinformation by partisan web sites that passed on fake information that has contributed to so much of the hate and racism we see in America today.

  2. Interestingly enough, there has been one case of voter fraud properly documented and prosecuted from the election of Nov. 2016, and it was a woman who tried to vote twice – for Trump.

    The allegations of millions of ineligible voters voting are entirely unsupported by any evidence whatsoever. You might think that if millions of undereducated voters had tried, quite a few would have gotten caught. They didn’t.

    This is another charming little detail of how the American right-wing conservatives resemble the Nazi party in Germany – Endlessly repeating allegations without evidence until it doesn’t matter.

    Jon

  3. Better watch out, the Trumpets are going to start accusing you of being a Democrat. Again. Their short memories of how you afflicted past Democrats notwithstanding.

  4. Yet these very same people saying (correctly) that Donald Trump is our President – elect were crying that President Obama was not their President. My how the blinders works.

    • I’m watching people I knew who were Birthers all through the Obama presidency saying the election is a done deal and challenging Trump’s legitimacy is stupid.

    • Strictly technically, SDRSr, not yet. D. J. Trump isn’t even the president-elect yet. That’s up to the Electoral college, not the popular opinion. If something horrible happens, we might get Tim Pence (who, imho, would be worse). J.

  5. “He is a thrice-married, serial adulterer who bragged on the Howard Stern radio show about bedding multiple women while married, did care is Stern called”

    Did care is? I think you a word there. Otherwise, hear hear. Jon

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