Sunday, March 05, 2017

Great Moments in Understatement

"The president’s decision on Saturday to lend the power of his office to accusations against his predecessor of politically motivated wiretapping — without offering any proof — was remarkable, even for a leader who has repeatedly shown himself willing to make assertions that are false or based on dubious sources."
--Michael D. Shear and Michael S. Schmidt, "Trump, Offering No Evidence, Says Obama Tapped His Phones"
Is not this man mentally ill? Or, if not sick in the head, is he merely just over-impressed with his own creativity in da sudden turn of events. You know -- reality tv, now coming to you from the White House.

Either way, the man is not worthy of the presidency, and it's becoming more likely by the day that foreign interference either put him there, or conspired to do so.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Worthy of the Presidency"?

And you voted for Clinton?

Democrats are self destructing.