Babyman vs. the world

Why go I feel like it’s worse than he says it is?

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White House crime stories

Now, watch them turn against each other:

A former top aide to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign will plead guilty to fraud-related charges within days — and has made clear to prosecutors that he would testify against Paul Manafort, the lawyer-lobbyist who once managed the campaign.

The change of heart by Trump’s former deputy campaign manager Richard Gates, who had pleaded not guilty after being indicted in October on charges similar to Manafort’s, was described in interviews by people familiar with the case.

Haven’t said I hold babyman voters in contempt enough

Because the cinnamon dipshit did this a little while ago:

President Trump questioned the intensifying special counsel investigation of his 2016 campaign and his administration while attacking his own national security adviser, the FBI, Hillary Clinton, former president Barack Obama, Democrats in Congress, CNN and others in a remarkable nine-hour span of tweets that included profanity and misspellings.

Posting from his palatial estate, he seemed most aggrieved that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s team on Friday had filed 13 indictments against Russians and alleged that they could have swayed the 2016 election to benefit Trump.

The guy is a traitor who sold us out for Russian money and influence, and everyone who voted for him is an accomplice to treason.

And don’t forget, pump truppets, everything your addled little brains thought he was going to do to help you? Not happening. He’s making sure you die hungry, poor, sick and miserable. But you’re too stupid to even admit that.

 

Stating the obvious: Babyman wants to kill poor people

When you give tax cuts to billionaires, what’s the next step?

President Trump proposed a budget Monday that hits the poorest Americans the hardest, slashing billions of dollars in food stamps, health insurance and federal housing subsidies while pushing legislation to institute broad work requirements for families receiving housing vouchers, expanding on moves by some states to require recipients of Medicaid and food stamps to work.

The Trump budget proposal would gut the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better known as food stamps, by $17.2 billion in 2019 — equivalent to 22 percent of the program’s total cost last year. It calls for cuts of more than $213.5 billion over the next decade, a reduction of nearly 30 percent, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

In addition, Trump is proposing a full-scale redesign of SNAP, which provides an average of $125 per month to 42.2 million Americans. For the last 40 years, the program has allowed beneficiaries to use SNAP benefits at grocery stores as if they were cash. Under the budget proposal, the Department of Agriculture would use a portion of those benefits to buy and deliver a package of U.S.-grown commodities to SNAP households that receive $90 or more in assistance each month, using the government’s buying power to obtain common foods at lower costs.

It’s not even “let them eat cake” anymore. It’s “don’t feed them at all. It makes them weaker.”

I hope all you Rust Belt and Appalachian and Deep South pussy-grabber supporters enjoy your richly deserved poverty and hunger. What exactly were you voting for again?