I don’t think history is going to look to kindly upon this period of time in America.
Vile? Putrid? Abhorrent?
Few people look kindly on it now.
Forget presidents - not even Jesus was treated so mean and unfair as the way poor Donald has been.
Centuries from now, the Passion of the Donald will inspire millions who suffer similarly. Just not as much as Donald, of course.
10 bucks says he needed meat for his base. He’s been taking a beating.
Obama did much worse for race relations than Trump ever has.
Going to love seeing in 20 years how young politicians like Marco Rubio and Tom Cotton explain how they weren’t complacent in it.
Donald brings out the best in all of us.
Garfield lived for 79 days after being shot. He had doctors digging into his bullet wound with their fingers. He was taken to New Jersey to recover. New Jersey!
Just like Steve Martin in the movie The Jerk… Trump was born a poor black child…
C’mon Trumpeters, does this sound like a man who is innocent/has nothing to hide?
None of them know what a lynching is.
It’s just the pattern of the president saying something incredibly stupid and people deciding to back him up. Well the president is incredibly frustrated. The president is right to blah blah blah.
Graham knows. He just knows he must kiss butt or he will be out of Trump’s favor.
Sure Jan, I’m sure the thought that cones to everyone’s mind when they feel frustrated is that they’re being lynched.
Same excuse given for his obstructions into the Mueller probe.
Doesn’t wash. Try that defense if you’re not the President.
He is, you bumbling idiot.
Yeah, the lynching thing is whiny, offensive, and stupid. But let’s take a closer look:
So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights.
Well, yes: a majority in the House can impeach a president for whatever they choose to (subject to lots of practical political considerations, of course).
This is another case (among countless others) where Trump doesn’t know anything, or how anything works.
without due process or fairness or any legal rights.
Yes: It’s a political process, not a judicial process. Like the emoluments clause, which he seems to think is “phony,” impeachment (as it turns out) is constitutional.
When Trump complains about “fairness” my mind automatically jumps to Merrick Garland. Trump wants one side to play fair, not both.