‘Like a Haiku of Insanity’: The Trump-Lincoln Debates

The Hill tells us:


President Trump boasted about a poll on Thursday that he claims shows he’s more popular than former President Lincoln.

“You know, a poll just came out that I am the most popular person in the history of the Republican Party,” Trump said in an interview with The Sun published on Thursday.

“Beating Lincoln,” Trump said. “I beat our Honest Abe.”


And no one seems to know what poll this is, but of course it does not stop the Stable Genius from repeating his baseless claim on social media:

And instead of me taking this thing apart, let’s let professional taker-aparter (is too a word!) actual history expert Kevin Kruse have the honors:

So even if Comrade Trump did have a poll to back up his claim, the results are dubious because enough people left the GOP (“Imma Independent,” as our friend and Scissorhead Bluegal mockingly says on The Professional Left Podcast) that it makes the claim even more silly. Comrade Stupid has literally shrunk the party, so big whoop that more of what is left likes him.

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8 Responses to ‘Like a Haiku of Insanity’: The Trump-Lincoln Debates

  1. donnah says:

    As long as Trump annoys Liberals and steps on immigrants, he will have followers who worship him. I’ve seen recent interviews with farmers who honestly believe he’s going to beat down China and the tariffs that are choking their farms to death will be rescinded and they’ll reap big benefits, literally.

    But those and other blind followers are hardly in the big numbers of his imagined popularity. the man couldn’t tell the truth if his life depended on it. So his imaginary friends and his imaginary popularity can all follow him down the drain where he belongs.


  2. 9thousandfeet says:

    No idea who Kevin M. Kruse is, but he should win some kind of prize for so completely missing the point of Trump’s avalanche of bullshit.
    The key to this guys success, and he is succeeding, is to trap the opposition into perpetual reaction mode.
    “Fact checking” this guy plays right into that, and is a waste of time and energy.
    Those who see his mendacity don’t need it, and those who don’t are immune to facts and reason anyway,

    What we need is a couple hundred thousand Scots to show up at his absurd golf resort over there, plow it up, then transform it into a community garden. Let’s see him “fake news” his way out of that one!

    We need preëmption, not more reaction, and fast, or he (and Vlad) are going to prevail.


    • osirisopto says:

      “to trap the opposition into perpetual reaction mode.”

      9K, you give him far too much credit.

      I’ll admit too I did too at one point. However, over the past 18 months I’ve come to realize that Occam’s razor proves that he has the foresight of roadkill.


      • MDavis says:

        Oh, great, now I have a visual image of Putin waving around a dead jackrabbit (opossum if you prefer) on a pole and having it give speeches where all the crowd cheers and cheers…


      • Osirisopto says:

        Look at his hair, then look for Putin’s hand going up his ass.

        Trump is the pole, and about as smart as one, too.


  3. FelineMama says:

    I can’t help but think that this Moronic Buffoon isn’t on some sort of psychotics or other drugs. His behavior is over the top anymore, even for him.


  4. Bruce388 says:

    The senility is shifting into a higher gear.


  5. Buttemilk Sky says:

    The poll was conducted by the “thousands and thousands” of parents who begged him to recover their sons’ remains from Korea.


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