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5857 clicks; posted to Politics » on 25 Apr 2020 at 6:45 PM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-04-25 4:42:17 PM  
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2020-04-25 4:42:59 PM  
lol, ok doomer
 
2020-04-25 4:43:31 PM  
FFS-he know we can all *see* him, right?
 
2020-04-25 4:45:24 PM  
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2020-04-25 4:47:24 PM  
He's still farking stupid
 
2020-04-25 4:49:27 PM  
When he said all that stupid stuff, he didn't say it to person X, he said it to person Y! So it's fake news!

He still said all that stupid stuff, though. Stupid, stupid, stupid stuff.

And people are dead because of it.
 
2020-04-25 4:53:25 PM  
Alright, sure. Still basically said there was merit to looking at injecting disinfectant and...choking on UV-C lamps? Either way, he's farking dumb.
 
2020-04-25 4:54:49 PM  
He thinks that negates him saying the stupid thing he said
 
2020-04-25 4:58:53 PM  
 
2020-04-25 4:59:20 PM  
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2020-04-25 5:02:09 PM  

ultradeeg: [Fark user image 589x400]


Yeah, that's pretty much par for Lieu:

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2020-04-25 5:02:22 PM  
he is not the stupidest man on earth, but it's really fark close. the mere fact he got elected speaks volumes about how stupid most americans are too. hoist by your own petard. seriously, enjoy your time. FFS.
 
2020-04-25 5:04:10 PM  
"They're telling everybody that I said profoundly stupid things that betray a deep and abiding inability to think critically to somebody.  Well, the joke's on them.  I said profoundly stupid things that betray a deep and abiding inability to think critically to the person setting next to that person."
 
2020-04-25 5:06:20 PM  
I had various acquaintances try to support that really tortured explanation of what he said was not suggesting that people ingest disinfectants, and then I asked why he said he was just being sarcastic. They disappeared at that point. He throws everyone to the wolves to save his own ego.

Trump got support from small-town white voters by ratcheting up their resentment, and he isn't actually helping them at all. More important, he (and his loyal propaganda machine) got them to go to protests from which some percentage will die, and then he backed down on "opening" things up.

Rush Limbaugh is testing walking back his support for Trump (using the old "He's in the grips of the ruling elite", which Real Clear Politics is also pushing). If Trump keeps doing what he did with the ingesting disinfectants, then he'll increasingly make his supporters look like the stooges they are, and that might actually change their minds.
 
2020-04-25 5:06:47 PM  
Farking moron...
 
2020-04-25 5:08:27 PM  
All of the dumb shiat he has said and couldn't let go of, he says the ONE thing he NEEDS to let go and even his own people are like "dude..  let it go"  of he still can't.  There is no hope he will ever "get it" and learn when to STFU.
 
2020-04-25 5:10:53 PM  
Hey, you know you could come out and have a briefing to explain yourself.  Are you too chickenshiat?
 
2020-04-25 5:11:45 PM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: "They're telling everybody that I said profoundly stupid things that betray a deep and abiding inability to think critically to somebody.  Well, the joke's on them.  I said profoundly stupid things that betray a deep and abiding inability to think critically to the person setting next to that person."


And for some reason called him "Deborah"
 
2020-04-25 5:14:11 PM  

vrax: Are you too chickenshiat?


It's much, MUCH more effective to project power and intellect via a deranged tweet in his underwear with a bucket of KFC between his flabby white thighs, rather than stand like a man before America and own a mistake.
 
2020-04-25 5:16:38 PM  
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2020-04-25 5:18:15 PM  
My f*cking god, it's on tape, he did exactly what he's denying now. We really are at the, "Don't believe your lying eyes" stage of his presidency.
 
2020-04-25 5:18:21 PM  
oh no
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2020-04-25 5:18:26 PM  

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Can we swap Biden out for this guy?
 
2020-04-25 5:19:04 PM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: ultradeeg: [Fark user image 589x400]

Can we swap Biden out for this guy?


I don't see why not.
 
2020-04-25 5:19:27 PM  

Clarence Brown: and that might actually change their minds


Ah, no.

Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.

There might be anecdotal evidence that rare individuals from that group can do one or both, but as a group - no.
 
2020-04-25 5:21:34 PM  
The stupid, it burns!

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: the autonomic nervous system has a lot to answer for.
 
2020-04-25 5:21:46 PM  

ultradeeg: oh no
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And those statistics are:

51% Bullshiat
49.999% lies.

I'll spot him the 0.001% truthful part just to cover the rare occasion he accidentally states a fact, like someone's real name, or the correct day of the week.
 
2020-04-25 5:24:42 PM  

GitOffaMyLawn: Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.


I can't remember the exact term for it, but there is a psychological condition where someone invests so heavily in something or someone, that even despite repeated negative outcomes in dealing with that person/thing, they are unable to stop interacting, and willingly do things to support/enable that person/thing despite knowing at some level that it is wrong and harmful to themselves.
 
2020-04-25 5:28:16 PM  

swaniefrmreddeer: My f*cking god, it's on tape, he did exactly what he's denying now. We really are at the, "Don't believe your lying eyes" stage of his presidency.


I guess you failed Sarcasm 101.
 
2020-04-25 5:28:51 PM  

markie_farkie: GitOffaMyLawn: Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.

I can't remember the exact term for it, but there is a psychological condition where someone invests so heavily in something or someone, that even despite repeated negative outcomes in dealing with that person/thing, they are unable to stop interacting, and willingly do things to support/enable that person/thing despite knowing at some level that it is wrong and harmful to themselves.


Stockholm syndrome?
 
2020-04-25 5:30:29 PM  
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2020-04-25 5:33:02 PM  

ultradeeg: Stockholm syndrome?


That applies more to the bond a hostage develops with their captors.

This condition is more of one someone enters into voluntarily.

Basically it's "I know I done farked up, but I'm too pig-headed to admit it to myself, so I'll keep on doing the same thing and even more to hide my shame of failure from myself, even though I know it will only cause more pain and grief"
 
2020-04-25 5:39:47 PM  

markie_farkie: ultradeeg: Stockholm syndrome?

That applies more to the bond a hostage develops with their captors.

This condition is more of one someone enters into voluntarily.

Basically it's "I know I done farked up, but I'm too pig-headed to admit it to myself, so I'll keep on doing the same thing and even more to hide my shame of failure from myself, even though I know it will only cause more pain and grief"


Disregulated Behaviors maybe?

Looks like I have some reading to do.
 
2020-04-25 5:40:35 PM  

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Yes. Yes it is.
 
2020-04-25 5:49:57 PM  
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2020-04-25 5:50:35 PM  
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lying about lying

lie-ception!

/absolutely cringeworthy
 
2020-04-25 5:53:52 PM  

swaniefrmreddeer: My f*cking god, it's on tape, he did exactly what he's denying now. We really are at the, "Don't believe your lying eyes" stage of his presidency.


Oh, Hun....that horse left the barn years ago.
 
2020-04-25 5:55:07 PM  

markie_farkie: ultradeeg: Stockholm syndrome?

That applies more to the bond a hostage develops with their captors.

This condition is more of one someone enters into voluntarily.

Basically it's "I know I done farked up, but I'm too pig-headed to admit it to myself, so I'll keep on doing the same thing and even more to hide my shame of failure from myself, even though I know it will only cause more pain and grief"


A republican?
 
2020-04-25 6:03:04 PM  
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2020-04-25 6:09:19 PM  

GitOffaMyLawn: Clarence Brown: and that might actually change their minds

Ah, no.

Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.

There might be anecdotal evidence that rare individuals from that group can do one or both, but as a group - no.


Yeah, they'll change their minds, and then pretend that they never liked Trump or supported him.
 
2020-04-25 6:11:56 PM  
"I was calling that guy Deborah sarcastically to see what you reporters would do."
 
2020-04-25 6:12:15 PM  

cretinbob: He's still farking stupid


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2020-04-25 6:17:10 PM  

markie_farkie: GitOffaMyLawn: Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.

I can't remember the exact term for it, but there is a psychological condition where someone invests so heavily in something or someone, that even despite repeated negative outcomes in dealing with that person/thing, they are unable to stop interacting, and willingly do things to support/enable that person/thing despite knowing at some level that it is wrong and harmful to themselves.


I think it's a little simpler than that. He was trained by Roy Cohn and Roger Stone, and their number one philosophy has always been to deny everything over and over. Never admit anything.
 
2020-04-25 6:18:14 PM  

Clarence Brown: GitOffaMyLawn: Clarence Brown: and that might actually change their minds

Ah, no.

Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.

There might be anecdotal evidence that rare individuals from that group can do one or both, but as a group - no.

Yeah, they'll change their minds, and then pretend that they never liked Trump or supported him.


Facts not in evidence.
 
2020-04-25 6:33:05 PM  

dodecahedron: markie_farkie: GitOffaMyLawn: Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.

I can't remember the exact term for it, but there is a psychological condition where someone invests so heavily in something or someone, that even despite repeated negative outcomes in dealing with that person/thing, they are unable to stop interacting, and willingly do things to support/enable that person/thing despite knowing at some level that it is wrong and harmful to themselves.

I think it's a little simpler than that. He was trained by Roy Cohn and Roger Stone, and their number one philosophy has always been to deny everything over and over. Never admit anything.


Yeah, the fact he was groomed and is directed by people behind the scenes who want America to burn should not be forgotten.
 
2020-04-25 6:48:54 PM  

ultradeeg: Louisiana_Sitar_Club: ultradeeg: [Fark user image 589x400]

Can we swap Biden out for this guy?

I don't see why not.


Would be nice, but he was born in Taiwan.
 
2020-04-25 6:49:02 PM  
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2020-04-25 6:49:43 PM  

markie_farkie: GitOffaMyLawn: Seriously, these people have a learning impediment. They will not admit to not knowing something, and they will not admit to making a mistake.

I can't remember the exact term for it, but there is a psychological condition where someone invests so heavily in something or someone, that even despite repeated negative outcomes in dealing with that person/thing, they are unable to stop interacting, and willingly do things to support/enable that person/thing despite knowing at some level that it is wrong and harmful to themselves.


Sunk Cost Fallacy
 
2020-04-25 6:51:21 PM  
Has Groundhog Day ended?  Are we not going to be subjected to another round of his bs today?
 
2020-04-25 6:51:55 PM  

bloobeary: When he said all that stupid stuff, he didn't say it to person X, he said it to person Y! So it's fake news!

He still said all that stupid stuff, though. Stupid, stupid, stupid stuff.

And people are dead because of it.


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So that means mainlining bleach really does cure the Rona!
 
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