Seeking asylum

It wasn’t enough for the krimson karload of krap and his merry band of ass wipes to put babies in concentration camps.

As photos of migrant children fleeing barefoot from tear gas prompted online outcry, U.S. President Donald Trump defended the practice to reporters outside the White House Monday.

They’re tear gassing babies. What’s next?

Spanky’s scam

This has been rattling in my brain for a while.

The krazed krimson krackpot decided to get rid of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) just to be a dick and come up with a new trade agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Of course, it was obvious it was going to be a disaster:

But that’s not what I’ve been obsessing over.

Babyman insists the new deal be referred to a USMCA (sort of a bastardized abbreviation of the three countries). But deals like this should get an acronym we can pronounce.

Then it hit me:

USCAM. You scam.

The perfect acronym for anything coming from this band of oligarchical vermin.


Spanky’s foreign policy, via ‘South Park’

What the hell is happening?

Several U.S. and foreign leaders on Sunday leapt to the defense of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after he was assailed on Sunday morning talk shows by two of President Trump‘s top advisers.

Both White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow and Trump’s top trade adviser, Peter Navarro, blasted the Canadian leader, sparking criticism from leaders at home and abroad.  Politicians focused in particular on comments from Navarro, who laid into Trudeau on “Fox News Sunday” for his pledge to implement retaliatory tariffs on the U.S.

“There’s a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with President Donald J. Trump and then tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door,” Navarro said.

It gets worse every day, especially when you see his priorities

This from North Korea (via Gizmodo)

North Korea’s foreign minister Ri Yong Ho just had a rare press conference outside the United Nations in New York. And it’s not great. The diplomat declared that the US has declared war on North Korea. And he stressed that he hopes the world remembers in the future that it was the US who declared war first.

“As you already know, for the last few days, the United Nations sincerely wished that the war of words between the DPRK and the United States did not turn into real actions,” he began, according to his translator.
“However, last weekend Trump claimed that our leadership wouldn’t be around much longer. And hence, at last, he declared a war on our country,” Ri continued.

President Trump declared in a speech at the UN last week that the US stands ready to “totally destroy” the country if necessary, in response to North Korea’s persistent nuclear weapons tests and overt threats to US territory Guam. His tweets about leader Kim Jong-un, who he calls “Rocket Man,” have also worsened tensions between the US and North Korea.

“Given the fact that this comes from someone who is currently holding the seat of the United States presidency, this is clearly a declaration of war,” Ri said at today’s press conference.
“All the member states participating in the United nations and the whole world should clearly remember that it was the US who first declared war on our country. The UN charter stipulates individual member states’ rights to self defense,” said Ri.

So, given that we’re on the brink of nuclear war, what did the kopper koiffed kleptocrat talk about today?

President Trump defended his high-profile campaign against NFL players who kneel during the national anthem and insisted it hasn’t distracted him from hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico.

“To me, the NFL situation is a very important situation,” Trump said Tuesday at a news conference. “I have plenty of time on my hands. All I do is work.”

Oh, yeah, what has he done on Puerto Rico?

President Trump’s slow, unenthusiastic and — yes — mean response to the humanitarian crisis facing Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria is astonishing. He seems oblivious to the fact that the 3.4 million people living there are Americans, in many cases more patriotic than he is.

First, let’s talk about Trump’s delayed response to the disaster. While Trump visited Texas twice within a week shortly after Hurricane hit that state, and traveled to Florida five days after Hurricane Irma, he made no immediate plans to visit Puerto Rico.

Facing a barrage of criticism in the media and tweets from — among others — former Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for ignoring the natural disaster in Puerto Rico, the White House announced Tuesday that Trump would visit the island on Oct. 3. It will be almost two weeks after the storm.

And what the fuck does “I have plenty of time on my hands. All I do is work” even mean?

May the people who put this klown in office suffer a thousand times more than the people in Puerto Rico, who are better Americans than the pump truppets will ever be.

We just keep winning

It’s morning again in America (From the Pew Research Center):

Although he has only been in office a few months, Donald Trump’s presidency has had a major impact on how the world sees the United States. Trump and many of his key policies are broadly unpopular around the globe, and ratings for the U.S. have declined steeply in many nations. According to a new Pew Research Center survey spanning 37 nations, a median of just 22% has confidence in Trump to do the right thing when it comes to international affairs. This stands in contrast to the final years of Barack Obama’s presidency, when a median of 64% expressed confidence in Trump’s predecessor to direct America’s role in the world.

Look at the last two. Those countries do not have our interests in mind.

Happy Fourth of July.

Thanks, pump truppets.

Trump in Mexico, the reality check

Trump_CROPThe ferret covered sweet potato went south of the border yesterday to give them damn Mexicans a piece of what’s left of his mind. Am I alt-right on that?

And the Rude Pundit gives us a play by play (with extremely bad language. Hide the  kiddies):

And then you hear Trump is going to Mexico to meet with the president of the country, Enrique Pena Nieto.

Okay, okay, you think. This is awesome. Your hero, the shiny orange knight, is gonna stick it to that Mexican motherfucker and tell him what’s what and what’s gonna be and, yeah, fuck yeah, you’re gonna build that fuckin’ wall and you’re gonna thank us when you do it or we’re gonna take an economic shit all over your stinking country. You ignore the fact that Pena Nieto is pretty much despised by his own citizens, who think he’s a corrupt dickhead. You ignore the fact that Pena Nieto’s accused of giving financial favors to friends, pretty much the same thing that Trump is accusing Clinton of doing, except way more blatant.

And then you take a break at your job to watch the press conference after Pena Nieto and Trump have met. You think, Goddamn, this is gonna be good. Except…well, shit. They sound like a couple of regular goddamned politicians. They talk like nothing bad happened. They say they have much in common. Trump talks endlessly about how much he just fuckin’ loves Mexicans, how “tremendous” they are, how hard-working. You feel a little dizzy. What they fuck have you believed all these months? Who the fuck is this guy?

Even worse, when Trump is asked if he brought up the border wall, he says, “We didn’t discuss who will pay for the wall.” You feel a little sick to your stomach and you get a cramping and an urgency in your bowels. Trump called the Mexican president his “friend.” Oh, sweet Jesus, what is going on? ….
Because now you know. You’ve been played. You’re the sucker. It’d be like dying and waking up in Muslim Hell. Everything you’ve believed, everything you’ve argued for, it’s all just a big fuckin’ lie. Tough guy Donald Trump walked right up to the president of the country that sends us rapists and drug dealers and planted his tawny lips on the guy’s ass. What a fucking wuss.

Welcome to reality, Trumpets.

Hey, Mr. Tangerine man just played a song for you. Only the words and the melody aren’t what you expected to hear. Your ears were all tuned to Metallica and Guns and Roses, and your straight talker gave you Barry Manilow and Olivia Newton-John.

Here’s CNN’s take on it:

“Who pays for the wall? We didn’t discuss,” Trump had said when asked by a reporter during a news conference following their meeting in Mexico City. “We did discuss the wall. We didn’t discuss payment of the wall. That’ll be for a later date.”
But Peña Nieto later claimed the two had discussed the wall and who would pay for it — and he had “made it clear” to Trump it wouldn’t be Mexico.
“At the start of the conversation with Donald Trump, I made it clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall,” Peña Nieto tweeted, after their meeting Wednesday.

We’ve been telling you, “don’t be a fool,” and your candidate just played you for one. You gonna stand for that? If you do, then you’re an even bigger fool than he knows you are.