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Calling Foul on Donald Trump


#1

Calling Foul on Donald Trump

Donald Trump and Mike Tyson attend a March of Dimes dinner in New York City in November 1989.
Michael Winship

The president's attacks on football players and the mayor of San Juan are a poisonous mixture of past resentments and racial hate.


#2

From the day he was sworn in, the movement to IMPEACH was underway. The laughable accusations of prejudicial bias are only outnumbered by the citations of impeachable offences. This is a wrecking crew inside a lie about a distortion of a slow motion coup by a failed hijacking of economic stability by incompetent, greedy $#!tbags claiming to be financial elite (make that ‘effete’).

Try a search on ‘IMPEACH TRUMP’ and consider signing an action of choice today.

Oh, and keep in mind that the grammar SS are active - to claim that if your syntax is not white male, you might be a something-or-other.

Duty to Warn - even Depak Chopra speaks to the studied Trump appeal to the shame and fear inculcated by the system - the lowest denominator in the collective psyche.


#3

Mr. Obvious says the Trump is a jerk and he is right. After all, it is obvious. But why is the underlying, the root cause of the rise of the orange headed self-absorbed ego-manic currently sitting in the oval office ignored? That Trump is the direct result of a corrupted failing political and economic system - they are joined at the hip - that must be changed or Trump will simply be another in what will become an ever increasing string of presidential failures reflecting the failures of the rest of the system.


#4

It figures that Trump would be at the “butt” end of Empire.


#5

First things first: make bribery of politicians ILLEGAL again: movetoamend.org