Keeping up with the latest breaking scandals surrounding Donald Trump is tiring. If you have news alerts on your phone, it is an avalanche of stories involving Herr Gropenfuhrer Von Thinskin. For a short period of time, it looked as if we were stuck with at least four years of his petulant snowflake whining on Twitter. Once he fired James Comey because of the Russia investigation, the floodgates opened and it appears that impeachment, resignation, or even an indictment are all on the table.
Trump supporters love to call anyone who disagrees with them a “snowflake.” They love to say that Trump won and that we should get over it, but Trump won and he still can’t shut the fuck up about the vote or the size of the crowd that attended his inauguration.
All of the scandals aside, Trump is being a snowflake about how he won. He can’t stop obsessing over the popular vote, even during meetings that have nothing to with his presidency.
Trump believes that he is being treated unfairly by the media and liberals, and actually complained about it during a commencement address for Coast Guard recruits, instead of making the speech about the men and women who have volunteered to put their lives on the line in order to protect our country.
“You will find that things are not always fair,” Mr. Trump said, blurring the lines between an inspirational, forward-looking commencement speech and talk about himself, much as he did at a commencement address to students at Liberty University in Virginia on Saturday.
“You have to put your head down and fight, fight, fight,” Mr. Trump said, offering his personal credo, before switching to an explicit theme of self-defense. “Look at the way I’ve been treated lately, especially by the media. No politician in history — and I say this with great surety — has been treated worse or more unfairly.” (New York Times)
Trump ran on not being a politician. He claimed that he would “drain the swamp,” but now he is surrounded by scandals of his own making. Instead of trying to be presidential, he sounds more like an easily triggered crybaby snowflake who can’t take an ounce of criticism by the media.
The Donald is not used to not being able to get his own way. He hates and attacks any negative publicity that comes his way, which portrays him as an insecure narcissist, not the strong decision maker that his followers believe in.
Indictments and plea bargains are probably coming. It isn’t unlikely that Trump will be led out of the White House in handcuffs. If that happens, I guarantee you he will be crying like an angry toddler, and his supporters will try to tear this country apart.
We will eventually be rid of Trump, but not without a lot of tears, or even some bloodshed.