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Showing posts with label Eric Trump. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Eric Trump. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

As Trump's World Turns: The Unthinking, The Irrational, And The Dumb (VIDEO)




Of all the ugliness in politics, the utter disrespect George Conway shows toward his wife, her career, place of work, and everything she has fought SO hard to achieve, might top them all. is great person and frankly his actions are horrible.

Why would Trump's youngest son, tweet about the ugliness of politics, disrespect and offer offhand hints about the wife of a Trump staffer's career? Does it really make sense to even question the doings of a Trump? The more visible Trumps seem to live in an altered state of reality; a world void of mirrors, self-reflection, and rational/introspective curiosity. They live as islands of privilege which, unlike actual islands, the Trumps fail to receive necessary imports of life-sustaining material. Well, at least from a perspective of metaphorical life-sustaining common sense generally associated with higher intellect.

While the Hawaiian Islands receive just about all life-sustaining goods via transport (air or sea), the Trumps, as islands, must be of DNA, which forbids, or places high tariffs, on influxes of mental processes common to intelligent people. Processes which are imbued with traits such as common sense, rational discernment, judgment, and emotional control.  If we bundle all of the aforementioned, we have a simple case of thought deficiency. A dangerous reality during times of so much international unrest and growing authoritarianism. Of course, we must consider like other Donald Trump inner circle sycophants, the set of siblings probably learned many years ago their father is also an audience of one. Thus, their behavior has to also conform to expectations of suckling akin to that of inner circle groveling and suckling.  Maybe that is why Eric Trump fired off the tweet against Kelly Anne Conway's husband. An unwise an irrational a response as one could imagine.

A day or so prior to Eric Trump's tweet, George Conway tweeted regarding Donald Trump's seeming witness tampering and potential obstruction of justice regarding Roger Stone's comment about taking the Fifth in response to a US Senate hearing subpoena. 

ON December 3rd, George Conway responded to Trump's effusive praise of Roger Stone much like a crime boss praising a convicted street captain who swears he won't testify against the Boss. 


CNN'S Erin Burnett...



The "guts"....?   Doesn't that appear the exhorting praise of a person who has inside information related to the guilt of the boss coupled with the stupidity to sit on the truth for the sake of a (conviction) pardon from the boss?  

Trump's adviser's husband and consistent critic of Trump offered his option of Trump's praise from his legal perspective. 
Simply stated... 


18 U.S. Code § 1512 - Tampering with a witness, victim, or an informant .... A prosecution under this section or section 1503 may be brought in the district in ...

We a political operative in Stone swearing allegiance to a president who responded with jargon common to a mob boss. Jargon which some say verges on witness tampering and very much outside the scope of acceptable for a US President. The husband of a presidential staffer speaks out from a  legal perspective via his personal opinion. A situation which is nationally embarrassing yet not a surprise in our Era of Trump.  But do you think it would stop at that point? The first part of this post speaks to why it would (normally) stop at that point. What would a dedicated sibling do in the face of a rational response to his father's traipsing on the skirts of breaking US law?  In the case of Eric Trump, he seems to have suffered a major case of non-introspective constipation of the brain accompanied by Twitter diarrhea. 

He opened a metaphorical backdoor and failed to lose the screen door. Take a look and listen to what followed from a Republican CNN contributor and noted non-supporter of Donald Trump.

Mediaite (CNN Contributor Ana Navarro)


Despite the verbiage above, the rationale of a Trump speaking as such simply defies all vestiges of common sense. There isn't a person in America who best fits the model of ugliness and disrespect than Eric Trump's father.

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Quick Hit: Did Eric Trump's Charity Divert Funds? (VIDEO)



Is there a need or verbiage or comment? 



No, there isn't any need for comment.

Since some may still feel they need the words. 

Report: The Trumps funneled thousands in donations to a kids-cancer charity into the Trump Organi... https://finance.yahoo.com/news/report-trumps-allegedly-funneled-thousands-214709307.html?soc_src=hl-viewer&soc_trk=tw via @YahooFinance

Yet another case of possible ethical issues, or lack of ethics, from the nation's 45th President.


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State Of Play In The Era Of Trump





And, the polling numbers dwindle.



It also appears Trump's failing Admisntrtioan and Trump himself, are weighing on one of the Right's major communications sources.



There were just 26 brands appearing on Breitbart in May, down from a high of 242 in March.
Amongst talk of the Trump regime moving the nation towards authoritarianism, we offer a few posts from Media Matters.

Let's start with one of Trump's crony sons.

Thirty-Seven seconds of the unbelievable and the dangerous. 


Do you recall the use of dehumanizing mantra and slogans to facilitate mind shaping towards a goal of privilege for a self-anointed upper class (race, social group, organizational)? "Redskins, Savages", "cockroaches" (Rwanda), Abschaum - scum; a derogatory expression used for political adversaries of the Nazis; "money-grubbing Jews", "Nigger lovers", et al.

We are also finding ourselves facing a set of Trump sons who have embarked on a campaign to band-aid and possible heal growing concerns about Trump's failing administration.



Do the Trump's fail to realize the previous reporting have them speaking about the availability fo funds from Russian bank? Links (The Guardian; Think Progress) StumbleUpon