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(Washington Post)   Trump's aides were "happy to scratch his itch," this adviser said. "If he thinks he won, it's like, 'Shh . . . we won't tell him.' "   (washingtonpost.com) divider line
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2020-11-29 1:41:20 AM  
Don't care. Math has spoken. Fat Caligula lost.

Don't care about whatever drama you spin on how the math added up. It's math. It's over. Eat shiat you loser. You burlap sack of turds.
 
2020-11-29 1:51:53 AM  
This was a delicious read.

I am even more convinced now that Rudy is grifting Trump on all of this.

But in all seriousness...

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2020-11-29 2:22:08 AM  
You should hire an entourage to tell you how great you are.

You should also hire smart people to tell you when you're wrong.
 
2020-11-29 2:25:22 AM  

Gubbo: You should hire an entourage to tell you how great you are.



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2020-11-29 2:53:20 AM  
What a bunch of pussies. It's true what they say, that Republicans just want to be ruled and told what to do.
 
2020-11-29 2:53:55 AM  
You can bet that disease spreading pussy grabber has an itch.
 
2020-11-29 2:55:49 AM  
Normally enabling only hurts the person with the dysfunction and those around him.  In this case, it hurts everyone.


Good job.
 
2020-11-29 2:58:03 AM  
Scary read. One day we'll look back and laugh about it, but for now we're still living in it. I won't feel safe until Biden has been sworn in and Trump has been escorted/dragged out of the White House. Also we need to win those two Georgia Senate seats, or else Yertle the Tuttle will block anything Biden wants to do.
 
2020-11-29 3:01:02 AM  

lincoln65: What a bunch of pussies. It's true what they say, that Republicans just want to be ruled and told what to do.


50 shades of gray was like the best selling book series for a few years in a row.

It wasn't just single moms and divorced women and unhappy wives racking up all those sales. Bet you a good chunk came from conservative dudes wishing for some billionaire would sexually dominate them while he strolled on his socio-path.
 
2020-11-29 3:01:02 AM  
Demographic changes will ensure that he will be the last Republican president.  I think it is wonderful that their tenure permanently ends with the fanta menace.  I think it is excellent that history will record that this is what the Republican party was.
 
2020-11-29 3:01:31 AM  

Walker: Scary read. One day we'll look back and laugh about it, but for now we're still living in it. I won't feel safe until Biden has been sworn in and Trump has been escorted/dragged out of the White House. Also we need to win those two Georgia Senate seats, or else Yertle the Tuttle will block anything Biden wants to do.


I'm worried Manchin will switch parties if they do both go blue
 
2020-11-29 3:03:46 AM  

king of vegas: Walker: Scary read. One day we'll look back and laugh about it, but for now we're still living in it. I won't feel safe until Biden has been sworn in and Trump has been escorted/dragged out of the White House. Also we need to win those two Georgia Senate seats, or else Yertle the Tuttle will block anything Biden wants to do.

I'm worried Manchin will switch parties if they do both go blue


Yeah. Because when he voted twice to impeach Trump he was doing it to lay the groundwork of his defection to the party of Trump
 
2020-11-29 3:04:14 AM  

king of vegas: Walker: Scary read. One day we'll look back and laugh about it, but for now we're still living in it. I won't feel safe until Biden has been sworn in and Trump has been escorted/dragged out of the White House. Also we need to win those two Georgia Senate seats, or else Yertle the Tuttle will block anything Biden wants to do.

I'm worried Manchin will switch parties if they do both go blue


Oh well.

Pretty sure there's a John Mayer song about his simp-ass simping out or whatever before the chick comes back or something.

And stuff.

I'm kinda drunk. hawaii
 
2020-11-29 3:06:08 AM  

king of vegas: Walker: Scary read. One day we'll look back and laugh about it, but for now we're still living in it. I won't feel safe until Biden has been sworn in and Trump has been escorted/dragged out of the White House. Also we need to win those two Georgia Senate seats, or else Yertle the Tuttle will block anything Biden wants to do.

I'm worried Manchin will switch parties if they do both go blue


Regardless of the GA Senate runoffs the Dems need to auction off a couple of committee chairs to defectors.  Romney, Sasse, maybe Murkowski need to be targets - promise them the farking world and a life of never ever again having to support Marmalade Mugabe and it might be pretty tempting.
 
2020-11-29 3:08:34 AM  
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2020-11-29 3:11:16 AM  
It's almost like those of us that had warned you that this man was unqualified and dangerously unfit for office, a man with malignant narcissism and never being told "no" his whole life, were right the whole time. Except he turned out to be way worse than we possibly could have imagined. Every day has been a new low. And we aren't out of the woods yet. January 20th can't come fast enough.
 
2020-11-29 3:11:39 AM  

lincoln65: What a bunch of pussies. It's true what they say, that Republicans just want to be ruled and told what to do.


Sideshow Bob court speech
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2020-11-29 3:13:54 AM  
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2020-11-29 3:14:08 AM  

Cubansaltyballs: lincoln65: What a bunch of pussies. It's true what they say, that Republicans just want to be ruled and told what to do.

50 shades of gray was like the best selling book series for a few years in a row.

It wasn't just single moms and divorced women and unhappy wives racking up all those sales. Bet you a good chunk came from conservative dudes wishing for some billionaire would sexually dominate them while he strolled on his socio-path.


The best thing about that book is that if the dude was a low income or middle class schlub, it would be a Thomas Harris novel.
 
2020-11-29 3:15:25 AM  
Trump raised the prospect of suing state governments for how they administer elections and said he could not believe they were allowed to change the rules. All the states, he said, should follow the same rules.


Area President Passionate Defender Of What He Imagines Constitution To Be
 
2020-11-29 3:16:28 AM  
Millions of Americans pledge themselves to the stupidest, weakest creature in existence.. and don't dare upset him.

I will never understand it.
 
2020-11-29 3:17:46 AM  

I want that sauce Morty!: Cubansaltyballs: lincoln65: What a bunch of pussies. It's true what they say, that Republicans just want to be ruled and told what to do.

50 shades of gray was like the best selling book series for a few years in a row.

It wasn't just single moms and divorced women and unhappy wives racking up all those sales. Bet you a good chunk came from conservative dudes wishing for some billionaire would sexually dominate them while he strolled on his socio-path.

The best thing about that book is that if the dude was a low income or middle class schlub, it would be a Thomas Harris novel.


I figured it'd be a CSI episode.
 
2020-11-29 3:20:41 AM  

Snapper Carr: Trump raised the prospect of suing state governments for how they administer elections and said he could not believe they were allowed to change the rules. All the states, he said, should follow the same rules.


Area President Passionate Defender Of What He Imagines Constitution To Be


The States' Rights candidate, kids.
 
2020-11-29 3:20:56 AM  
In June, during an Oval Office meeting with political advisers and outside consultants, Trump raised the prospect of suing state governments for how they administer elections and said he could not believe they were allowed to change the rules. All the states, he said, should follow the same rules.

The states rights crowd will be up in arms about this.
 
2020-11-29 3:22:53 AM  

Alphax: Millions of Americans pledge themselves to the stupidest, weakest creature in existence.. and don't dare upset him.

I will never understand it.


Somewhere I've got a gif of Jerry Smith the worm presenting his wiggling ass to the real-life Jerry because he was such a weak simp he'd rather give up his booty as a sign of servitude to whatever "strength" he came across.

When I see Republicans with their trucks and flags and red hats and shiat, that's the image those mfers index to in my brain.
 
2020-11-29 3:23:01 AM  

make me some tea: This was a delicious read.

I am even more convinced now that Rudy is grifting Trump on all of this.

But in all seriousness...

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Some America(ns) are fortunate to have survived this man.

There is nothing informative, appealing, or insightful about this "tweet" from a twit.
The Fourth Estate, the Post in particular, can be evaluated from January with a simple ratio: Column inches of speculation about nCOVID-19 divided by information and data about a pathogen. Information about what plans had been in place that Trump's administration dissembled. This tweet is as sensational as the Post's coverage all along.

The Post followed the phenomenon of Trump's misdirection and bluster because that's what paid its bills.

And the King's men who posted it to Fark can talk a long walk of a short TIER.
 
2020-11-29 3:33:58 AM  

buravirgil: make me some tea: This was a delicious read.

I am even more convinced now that Rudy is grifting Trump on all of this.

But in all seriousness...

[Fark user image 425x675]

Some America(ns) are fortunate to have survived this man.

There is nothing informative, appealing, or insightful about this "tweet" from a twit.
The Fourth Estate, the Post in particular, can be evaluated from January with a simple ratio: Column inches of speculation about nCOVID-19 divided by information and data about a pathogen. Information about what plans had been in place that Trump's administration dissembled. This tweet is as sensational as the Post's coverage all along.

The Post followed the phenomenon of Trump's misdirection and bluster because that's what paid its bills.

And the King's men who posted it to Fark can talk a long walk of a short TIER.


Smarted.

Completely agree, and thank you for the clarification.
 
2020-11-29 3:35:09 AM  

Cubansaltyballs: Don't care. Math has spoken. Fat Caligula lost.

Don't care about whatever drama you spin on how the math added up. It's math. It's over. Eat shiat you loser. You burlap sack of turds.


He is going to have the Supreme Court rule Seven is more than Eight
 
2020-11-29 3:42:15 AM  

MegaLib: Demographic changes will ensure that he will be the last Republican president.  I think it is wonderful that their tenure permanently ends with the fanta menace.  I think it is excellent that history will record that this is what the Republican party was.


Tell that to down ballot Democrats.
 
2020-11-29 3:43:35 AM  

MegaLib: Demographic changes will ensure that he will be the last Republican president.  I think it is wonderful that their tenure permanently ends with the fanta menace.  I think it is excellent that history will record that this is what the Republican party was.


We said the same thing in 2008.
 
2020-11-29 3:43:56 AM  

AlgaeRancher: Cubansaltyballs: Don't care. Math has spoken. Fat Caligula lost.

Don't care about whatever drama you spin on how the math added up. It's math. It's over. Eat shiat you loser. You burlap sack of turds.

He is going to have the Supreme Court rule Seven is more than Eight


Ive seen this argument before.

False.

Judges and especially scotus judges got their because of their ambition and guile and reach. The INSTANT they rule that way is the instant they've relegated themselves to being philosophers in robes. People with zero power, merely opinions.

Trust me. Those people don't give af about democracy or votes or the law. But they aren't gonna vote to vaporize all the power they fought and clawed for.

In a dictatorship judges are useless. Judges in a civil war are more useless. Judges presiding over a hellscape insurgency that might claim their life at any second are less useful than their caloric value. They won't vote for any of that to happen to save an orange loser with a mushroom dick.
 
2020-11-29 3:44:17 AM  
There. Whatever
 
2020-11-29 3:44:45 AM  

AlgaeRancher: Cubansaltyballs: Don't care. Math has spoken. Fat Caligula lost.

Don't care about whatever drama you spin on how the math added up. It's math. It's over. Eat shiat you loser. You burlap sack of turds.

He is going to have the Supreme Court rule Seven is more than Eight


SCOTUS hasn't shown a desire to take up this fight.  I think even they know a turkey when they see one.
 
2020-11-29 3:46:24 AM  

Cubansaltyballs: AlgaeRancher: Cubansaltyballs: Don't care. Math has spoken. Fat Caligula lost.

Don't care about whatever drama you spin on how the math added up. It's math. It's over. Eat shiat you loser. You burlap sack of turds.

He is going to have the Supreme Court rule Seven is more than Eight

Ive seen this argument before.

False.

Judges and especially scotus judges got their because of their ambition and guile and reach. The INSTANT they rule that way is the instant they've relegated themselves to being philosophers in robes. People with zero power, merely opinions.

Trust me. Those people don't give af about democracy or votes or the law. But they aren't gonna vote to vaporize all the power they fought and clawed for.

In a dictatorship judges are useless. Judges in a civil war are more useless. Judges presiding over a hellscape insurgency that might claim their life at any second are less useful than their caloric value. They won't vote for any of that to happen to save an orange loser with a mushroom dick.


There's a certain logic to that.. though it doesn't explain why nearly every Republican in Congress decided to give up all their power to be overpaid pundits, offering nothing but commentary.
 
2020-11-29 3:47:45 AM  
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2020-11-29 3:50:47 AM  

Alphax: Cubansaltyballs: AlgaeRancher: Cubansaltyballs: Don't care. Math has spoken. Fat Caligula lost.

Don't care about whatever drama you spin on how the math added up. It's math. It's over. Eat shiat you loser. You burlap sack of turds.

He is going to have the Supreme Court rule Seven is more than Eight

Ive seen this argument before.

False.

Judges and especially scotus judges got their because of their ambition and guile and reach. The INSTANT they rule that way is the instant they've relegated themselves to being philosophers in robes. People with zero power, merely opinions.

Trust me. Those people don't give af about democracy or votes or the law. But they aren't gonna vote to vaporize all the power they fought and clawed for.

In a dictatorship judges are useless. Judges in a civil war are more useless. Judges presiding over a hellscape insurgency that might claim their life at any second are less useful than their caloric value. They won't vote for any of that to happen to save an orange loser with a mushroom dick.

There's a certain logic to that.. though it doesn't explain why nearly every Republican in Congress decided to give up all their power to be overpaid pundits, offering nothing but commentary.


They are paralyzed by fear. Very simple.

Judges can't get voted out. Senators and reps can.

They are all terrified of trump and what he'll do to them. It's likenan abused woman believing her ex holds all the cards merely because he said he did. If half of these people stood up, locked arms, they could be done with this dude, but they're all too scared even for that. fark em
 
2020-11-29 3:52:05 AM  

Snapper Carr: SCOTUS hasn't shown a desire to take up this fight. I think even they know a turkey when they see one.


Why would they?  Trump's role in their power trip is over.  The only thing he can do is remind people that he put them there to retain his power.  And they're betting he'll soon be forgotten about once he's out of power...but we'll see on that one.  I'm not really convinced the GOP is capable of removing a Cult of Personality simply because they can create one.
 
2020-11-29 3:53:32 AM  

Cubansaltyballs: They are all terrified of trump and what he'll do to them. It's likenan abused woman believing her ex holds all the cards merely because he said he did. If half of these people stood up, locked arms, they could be done with this dude, but they're all too scared even for that. fark em


I think what Trump did to the Republican Party is show that they can create simps who beckon to their whim but this can be easily hijacked with anybody with a shiatty wig and a dogwhistle.  The GOP isn't smart, they're cunning, and I think Trump has them over a well with a fraying rope.  But we'll see.
 
2020-11-29 3:55:46 AM  
I thought one of the most important reasons the USA rid itself of monarchy is the madness of King George the 3rd. If they are treating their president the same as courtiers defer to a king's madness, then they are not a republic. They are now, at best, behaving like a corrupt constitutional monarchy. And the worst case scenario is obeying what Trump says on twitter when he leaves the Oval Office, because then Trump would be exercising more power than Queen Elizabeth the 2 has during her entire reign - so beyond a constitutional monarchy and just some weird tzarist exile with alzheimers and chronic diarrhea.

The staff in this article are treating Donald Trump as a monarch and investing the authorities of their various portfolios in a way that erases the principles of a republic. They are laying groundwork to undermine Biden's presidency with a thinly veiled king through whom his advisers could continue to speak. They're courtiers, not secretaries of whatever. After January, it will be simple for them to continue to run the country through Trump the same as courtiers can put a demented king in a rural castle and organize themselves. The staff can claim innocence like, "We just gave him advice and instructions, it's not our fault he keeps tweeting it and his followers keep choosing his insane voice over the Biden adminsitration. We are mereely entertaining his obviously silly delusions."

They are not silly delusions. That is not how executive power works.
 
2020-11-29 3:58:12 AM  

Guntram Shatterhand: Cubansaltyballs: They are all terrified of trump and what he'll do to them. It's likenan abused woman believing her ex holds all the cards merely because he said he did. If half of these people stood up, locked arms, they could be done with this dude, but they're all too scared even for that. fark em

I think what Trump did to the Republican Party is show that they can create simps who beckon to their whim but this can be easily hijacked with anybody with a shiatty wig and a dogwhistle.  The GOP isn't smart, they're cunning, and I think Trump has them over a well with a fraying rope.  But we'll see.


100%

He's shown theyre cuckable. Hoping to be cucks. Dreaming and creaming about the day a strong man will show up to cuck tf out them.

They're simp ass cuck losers that stand for nothing.

I think even that is gonna explode in their faces. I fully expect by 2024 Republicans like Rubio and Cruz will be seen as punk-biatches because they caved like a bunch of biatches. I think Jeff Flake will poll higher than them. Maybe they don't like him or what he did... but he's not some weak simp.
 
2020-11-29 4:44:45 AM  
"Trump's aides were "happy to scratch his itch," this adviser said."

Combine that with the previous thread about Trump's use of diapers to conceal his incontinence (#DiaperDonald), and it looks like being one of Trump's aides is a very disgusting job.

https://www.fark.com/comments/1103332​1​/The-Art-of-Shart
 
2020-11-29 4:48:27 AM  
Heh. Trump has aides.
 
2020-11-29 5:01:44 AM  

MegaLib: Demographic changes will ensure that he will be the last Republican president.  I think it is wonderful that their tenure permanently ends with the fanta menace.  I think it is excellent that history will record that this is what the Republican party was.


I've been hearing this since the Reagan administration.  Still waiting for those "demographic changes".
 
2020-11-29 5:16:17 AM  

mcnguyen: MegaLib: Demographic changes will ensure that he will be the last Republican president.  I think it is wonderful that their tenure permanently ends with the fanta menace.  I think it is excellent that history will record that this is what the Republican party was.

I've been hearing this since the Reagan administration.  Still waiting for those "demographic changes".


"Texas will go blue any day now" for the last 30 years.
 
2020-11-29 5:18:37 AM  

LeftisRightisWrong: mcnguyen: MegaLib: Demographic changes will ensure that he will be the last Republican president.  I think it is wonderful that their tenure permanently ends with the fanta menace.  I think it is excellent that history will record that this is what the Republican party was.

I've been hearing this since the Reagan administration.  Still waiting for those "demographic changes".

"Texas will go blue any day now" for the last 30 years.


I'm sure it would have this year with a more honest election system.
 
2020-11-29 5:19:08 AM  

Skeleton Man: Heh. Trump has aides.


He got it from his daughter.  Who got it from The Mooch.  Who got it from Vince McMahon.
Who got it from Jared.

Study it out.
 
2020-11-29 5:23:47 AM  

make me some tea: This was a delicious read.

I am even more convinced now that Rudy is grifting Trump on all of this.

But in all seriousness...

[Fark user image 425x675]


You haven't survived him yet.
 
2020-11-29 5:30:10 AM  
"jeremiad" is my new word-of-the-day.

Also: Christ, what an asshole.
 
2020-11-29 5:37:17 AM  
Just from the playbook.  Republican Rule of Graft no. 27:  "Head down, keep slurping and don't stop until the Trough-O-Plenty is completely dry.  If you have to stop, poison the well before you go."
 
2020-11-29 5:43:13 AM  
If I choose to indulge every one of my Kindergartener's whims in the privacy of my own home, I'm just a sketchy parent.

If I choose to indulge every one of my Kindergartener's whims in a crowded restaurant or an airplane, I'm an asshole, especially if my bad example inspires others to ignore society's rules and debases us all.
 
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