One thing that’s become more-increasingly clear the last few days is the longtime huge-enormous dislike for the T-Rump has finally morphed into a stomach-upsetting surge of pure nausea — I am so freaking-fucking sick of the asshole it’s hard to scroll the InterWebs without having to see his fat-fucked face or at least and at minimum spy some piece-of-shit story about whatever having to do with his criminal, bloated butt. And nowadays that ‘whatever‘ could actually be everything/anything.
Of course, the T-Rump has been sickening for years. The gnashing, puffed sheer ugliness of the shitheel has always been part of the political landscape since about this time in 2015. And even further back to those ‘You’re Fired!’ TV days — an asshole, shit-of-a-douche.
However, the FBI’s action last week on a search warrant at T-Rump’s Mar-a-Lago penal colony in Florida was most-likely the linchpin bit of T-Rumpism which pushed me over the line into a full-blown retch, and at long last to grab a barf bag.
The etiquette of blowing chunks requires a receptacle:
In the pleasure of the puke and a plus-addition on my post yesterday about T-Rump’s passports snagged by the FBI in that search and coming forth with the lies and bullshit — via MSNBC this morning:
Indeed, the email Team Trump released to the public was intended as support for the former president’s claims, but the closer one looked, the less it helped him. Trump insisted that one of the passports had expired, when in fact two of them had expired. Trump said the FBI “stole” the passports, when in fact the FBI was returning them after determining they were unrelated to the investigation.
And then, of course, there’s the timing: Team Trump received the Justice Department email at 12:49 p.m. eastern, and the former president published his pseudo-tweet about a half-hour later.
In other words, the Justice Department effectively told Trump and his team, “We’re returning the passports,” at which point Trump told the world that the FBI “stole” the passports, launched an unprecedented political “assault,” and pushed the United States into “third-world” status.
There was a degree of irony to the circumstances: The former president was needlessly deceiving the public, and his own political operation released an email that helped prove he was needlessly deceiving the public.
Trump told Fox News yesterday morning how eager he was to lower the temperature as the political fire he helped light turns dangerous. Hours later, he did the opposite.
And the puke reaction. Despite the sick, MAGA hatters rejoice — from Morning Consult last week: ‘In the Aug. 10 survey, 58 percent of Republican voters said they would support Trump if the 2024 Republican presidential primary were today, the highest on record since his 2020 loss. The share of support is up from 54 percent in July and 53 percent in June amid the high-profile congressional Jan. 6 hearings.‘
I feel another urge to heave coming on.
Purge the system, yet here we are once again…
(Illustration out front is a puke image from somewhere on the InterWebs.)