An Autocratic Oath

Autocratic wannabes like cult daddy donny and his suckling sycophantic cultist stooges (try saying that 10 times fast: suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges suckling sycophantic cultist stooges – yes, my mind’s balance is another victim of trump’s relentlessly viral insanity) will do anything, ANYTHING, to repress dissent and retain power…

Smearing mail-in voting, which I took advantage of successfully for 20 years in the military when stationed overseas, is just the beginning.

[The White House Press Secretary, a Tampa native] has voted by mail in every Florida election she has participated in since 2010, according to aΒ Tampa Bay TimesΒ review of her voting history. Most recently, she voted by mail in the state’s March 2020 presidential primary, just as Trump did after he made Florida his new permanent home.

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Blasts Vote-by-Mail But Has Voted by Mail at Least 11 Times, Law & Crime, May 27, 2020

If you’re not sure how to request a mail-in ballot to vote in the November general election, visit your state government’s website asap to learn how.

For Pennsyltucky residents like myself, here’s the latest mail-in voting info for us:

The Online Ballot Application is no longer available for the current election. It will be available for the upcoming 2020 General Election following the election on June 2, 2020. If you are interested in finding out more about voting by mail-in or absentee ballot, please visit for more information or call 1-877-868-3772.

Color Me Baffled

How anyone could support trump baffles me, but his support from service members especially so considering the cowardly way he avoided military service, the disgusting way he treated war heroes, and the way he is so obviously under the influence of a Cold War KGB thug like Putin.

Thankfully, it looks like that support is finally dissipating…

Fingers crossed 🀞🏻

Click on the image to read the New York Times article.


Purge One Inspector General…

Shame on him.*

Purge two inspector generals, shame on you.**

Image courtesy My Side of the Aisle

The inspector general,Β Steve A. Linick, who leads hundreds of employees in investigating fraud and waste at the State Department, had begun an inquiry into Mr. Pompeo’s possible misuse of a political appointee to perform personal tasks for him and his wife, according to Democratic aides. That included walking the dog, picking up dry-cleaning and making restaurant reservations, one said β€” an echo of the whistle-blower complaint from last year.

Inspector General’s Firing Puts Pompeo’s Use of Taxpayer Funds Under Scrutiny, New York Times, May 17, 2020


**the idiots*** who voted for trump
***or cultists, same thing

And so it begins…

Cult Daddy trump’s son-in-law and senior cult advisor Jared Kushner is laying the groundwork to delaying the election and commencing the second phase of dismantling our democracy and instilling authoritarian rule (the first phase was all the trump BS madness and vitriol and alliance-bashing up until now that shredded the fabric of our American way of life and our international credibility beyond recognition).

This is not a drill.

Screen capture May 13, 2020. Click on the image to view the New York Times article


Resistance Persistence

Courtesy Wikipedia

I often get discouraged about how far and how fast my country has fallen since cult daddy trump, with the assistance of his authoritarian idol Putin, stole the election just a short few years ago, especially knowing that almost half of my country supports him so fervently and blindly in his relentless drive toward our seemingly inevitable destruction.

Just writing that depresses me because I know that no matter how much I rant and rave in my futile resistance here and elsewhere I will have absolutely no effect on altering the course of this national train wreck we’re on.

So then, why persist to resist in futility?

Because I’ve taken to heart the words of A. J. Muste in response to a reporter who asked him, “Do you really think you are going to change the policies of this country by standing out here [protesting the Vietnam War] alone at night in front of the White House with a candle?”

To which Muste replied:

Oh I don’t do this to change the country. I do this so the country won’t change me.


Nothing to see here…

Just the self-proclaimed greatest president of all time promoting his golf course in the middle of a raging pandemic with an out-of-control death toll due to his maniacal incompetence coupled with the obvious fact that he simply couldn’t care less about human lives…

Screenshot captured May 10, 2020. Click the image to view the original tweet in twitter


The cultists are so cute…

… with their hypocrisy, always crying about the MSM* promoting fear when on any given day of the week you’ll see headlines screaming the sky is falling at Drudge, or Breitbart, or any other of their nutty ilk. But, I guess someone has got to keep the preppers motivated, speaking of nutty. Β―\_(ツ)_/Β―

Screenshot captured May 10, 2020


*mainstream media

An Expression of Love

Don’t worry, my relentless efforts to completely overpower you politically is nothing more than a love-like expression… πŸ˜˜

The actual exercise of physical violence substitutes for the psychological relations between two minds, which is of the essence of political power, the physical relation between two bodies.” He wrote that β€œall foreign policy is the struggle for the minds of men.” Genuine political power couldn’t be forced on people. It was complex, organic, unquantifiable. Elsewhere, Morgenthau compared it to love.

The Book That Shaped Foreign Policy for a Generation Has More to Say, NewYork Times, May 9, 2020
Virtually as soon as it was published, Hans Morgenthau’s β€œPolitics Among Nations” became one of the most influential books of the 20th century. Credit…Associated Press [Via the New York Times]


Power over Principle

Click to see a screenshot of the unedited page

In 2015, McEnany was particularly critical of statements Trump made while announcing his campaign, in which he said Mexico was sending immigrants to the US who were “rapists” and bringing drugs and crime to the country. Trump added that “some, I assume, are good people.”

“To me, a racist statement is a racist statement. I don’t like what Donald Trump said,” she said in an exchange on CNN in late June 2015, in which she compared his remarks to comments about Jewish people made by the Rev. Al Sharpton in the 1990s.

McEnany added that Trump’s comments were “derogatory” and as “equally hateful” as Sharpton’s.”

“Donald Trump has shown himself to be a showman, I don’t think he is a serious candidate,” she added.

“I think it is a sideshow. It’s not within the mainstream of the candidates.”

McEnany did not return multiple requests for comment.

Kayleigh McEnany called Trump comment ‘racist,’ ‘hateful’ and ‘not the American way’ in 2015, CNN, May 7, 2020


An Emergency Public Service Announcement

To all the trump cultists still following me:

I know you’ve allowed yourself to be brainwashed into believing that everything your cult daddy spews out of his mentally imbalanced mouth is gospel, but please, I beg you, despite what he said, do not attempt a disinfectant cleansing in an effort to rid yourself of the coronavirus if contracted.

If you do you will die.


A Message of Thanks


As we near Thanksgiving, I just want to say to the very few remaining trump supporting website followers I have — thank you for hanging in there and not unfollowing me like so many other trump supporters have whose feelings I had obviously hurt at some point or another in the past with my critical commentary regarding trump and, you, his supporters.

I believe you would regard such a tender and sensitive person unable to stand such criticism as a “snowflake.”

Anyway, it is because of your following me here — and your steadfast and cultish support for Trump — that I have someone to whom I can direct my steadily growing outrage over the demise of our democracy that trump, and your steadfast and cultish support for him, is leading us to.

So, again, thank you.

Without you I would be just howling my steadily growing outrage into the whistling of a harmonized and approving wind and be left bereft of such a necessary outlet critical to the endurance of my sanity.