Opinion Smidgen: There's Really Something Seriously Wrong With This Guy

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“What you’ve just said, is one of the most insanely idiotic things I’ve ever heard.” –“Billy Madison” (1995)

I don’t even have to mention his name.

I used to be sympathetic to his neurological affliction; for about five minutes. Until I realized that he’s playing hardball at destroying America. Or, the people controlling him and pulling his strings are.

He careens around haltingly, being told and directed where to go next or how to exit, and never seems to know where he is or what century it is. He remembers few names, including his cabinet secretaries. His live stream is regularly having “technical difficulties” and cut off to the rest of the free world. He’s “not allowed to answer press questions.” When this tragic shell of a man rejects the complicit media, and they, being the drooling poltroons that they are, don’t even stand up for themselves or America, we all lose. We all know what his back looks like better than his front.

President Ford famously stumbled down a few wet and slippery airplane steps and it was breaking international news then fodder for SNL for months and months. This man falls up some dry airplane stairs repeatedly and it’s quickly shoved into a dark corner never to be heard from again. So typical.

And though he’s constantly squinting to read his oversized teleprompter, he can never seem to get anything right or piece together intelligible commentary on the myriad crises he and his diabolical clan of Rhodes Scholar ne’er-do-wells have intentionally created. The butchered, mangled sentences he does manage to complete without breaking down completely in mid-stream, would be hilarious if he wasn’t “running” the country.

When he does his creepy whispering act or sniffs a young girl’s hair ominously or tells stories about his “Grandpop” or recounts his Dad whispering “It’s going to be alright, Honey” or starts yelling at no one in particular, we all get a collective chill up our spines. I certainly do.

Would he be any more aware of his surroundings had he not had two severe aneurysms and critical surgeries? We’ll never know.

What we do know about him is that he has been suckling like a newborn off the taxpayer teat for 50 years and we have zippo to show for it. No bills (aside from the Violence Against Women Act) with his name on them; no principled stands on key issues or inspiring oratories encouraging America to overcome a serious problem. Just snark and arrogance from a guy who has zero right to any self-confidence or esteem whatsoever. Nada, zilch, bupkis.

He and his family have been credibly accused of corruption by the independent media for decades now and he is a disgrace to America and offensive to liberty-loving people the world over.

It’s terrifying for any American patriot to wonder: This is the brain-damaged person with his trembling hand on the buttons of the nuclear football? Or, is it someone else’s hand?

“At no point, in your rambling, incoherent response, were you even close … to anything, that could be considered a rational thought.” –“Billy Madison” (1995)