Yes, Trump Has No Bananas

It’s all bananas!

I only saw a bit of it, but Prznint Stable Jenius had another nutty at his press conference yesterday. All could think of is how Sarah Cooper has enough new material to last for at least another pandemic news cycle.

Even Mrs. Alan Greenspan…

Some advice for Mrs. Greenspan: then stop covering them. Pretty straightforward. Even CNN(!) cut away when it became clear that this was a campaign rally.

Per Tiger Beat on the Potomac (thanks Charlie!) morning email thingie:

— TRUMP gave an at-times incoherent — and to some aides, alarming — Rose Garden news conference Tuesday evening. NYT’S PETER BAKER, a top chronicler of four presidents, said: “Even for a president who rarely sticks to the script and wanders from thought to thought, it was one of the most rambling performances of his presidency.”

BAKER,on A17: “He weighed in on China and the coronavirus and the Paris climate change accord and crumbling highways. And then China again and military spending and then China again and then the coronavirus again. And the economy and energy taxes and trade with Europe and illegal immigration and his friendship with Mexico’s president. And the coronavirus again and then immigration again and crime in Chicago and the death penalty and back to climate change and education and historical statues. And more. …

“At times, it was hard to understand what he meant. He seemed to suggest that his presumptive Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., would get rid of windows if elected and later said that Mr. Biden would ‘abolish the suburbs.’ He complained that Mr. Biden had ‘gone so far right.’ (He meant left.) …

“For instance, in discussing cooperation agreements with Central American countries to stop illegal immigration, he had this to say: ‘We have great agreements where when Biden and Obama used to bring killers out, they would say don’t bring them back to our country, we don’t want them. Well, we have to, we don’t want them. They wouldn’t take them. Now with us, they take them. Someday, I’ll tell you why. Someday, I’ll tell you why.

“‘But they take them and they take them very gladly. They used to bring them out and they wouldn’t even let the airplanes land if they brought them back by airplanes. They wouldn’t let the buses into their country. They said we don’t want them. Said no, but they entered our country illegally and they’re murderers, they’re killers in some cases.’”

When will the press learn? Don’t cover thse things live and if Lord Damp Nut says anything news worthy, fact-check it and cover it on the evening news. He’s playing the media for suckers, rightly so, instead of buying airtime.

This entry was posted in Lord Damp Nut, The Russian Usurper, Our Failed Political Press, snark. Bookmark the permalink.

9 Responses to Yes, Trump Has No Bananas

  1. Redhand says:

    I saw pieces of it on YouTube. He’s a babbling disoriented idiot. He needs to be institutionalized.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Buttermilk Sky says:

    I disagree. The media owe it to us and to historians to document every one of these mental meltdowns. Otherwise our grandchildren will never believe what we endured. “Abolish the suburbs”? I may have to subscribe to the NY Times just to get a transcript.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. YellowDog says:

    Let everyone see the crazy. And any both-siders who pretend it isn’t crazy will be banished to the NYT’s editorial page.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. roket says:

    I suppose we can rest assured that Trump’s Presidential Library won’t contain any books. It will contain evidence.

    Liked by 5 people

  5. Richard Portman says:

    That idiot didn’t get elected by the people. Remember that. That filth got impeached. Remember that.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Mary Ellen Sandahl says:

    Some kind of amendment to section 4 of the 25th has to be conceived, some alternative to the dependence on Cabinet members or other executive branch offiicials declaring the prez unfit to Congress, in recognition of the lesson we’re learning about a compulsvely corrupt president surrounding himself with other corrupt officers. It’s interesting and sort of awful that the Amendment was ratified comparatvely recently, in the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination, not back in pre-mental-health-science times. The deep reluctance of many Congresspeople to come to grips with Trump’s unmistakeable mental health problems is understandable in some ways, but the man is killing people with his sick behavior.

    Like

    • R White says:

      The reluctance to act that you speak of from morally bankrupt republicans along with their oligarchic financial backers is really a sense of awe & glee that his sadism has been normalized as it gives them entertainment.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MDavis says:

      I was thinking the British have that covered, with the vote of no confidence allowing removal, but impeachment didn’t take LDN out of office here. It’s difficult to enforce any laws meant to protect us against corrupt leaders when those who are meant to enforce those laws won’t do their jobs due to their own corruption.
      Un-rig the vote.
      Federally prevent gerrymandering.
      Kick those hackable voting machines to the curb.
      Bring back thoughtful education, teaching kids to pay attention for more than 10 seconds at a time, teach everyone about delaying gratification – then mail in voting and the time it takes to count the votes won’t be such a big frickin deal.

      Like

Comments are closed.