5 Comments in Two Days Perfectly Show How Dangerous, Insecure & Hypocritical Trump Is (Video)

Even though it’s only been a few weeks since Donald Trump won, it feels like it’s been much longer. He’s not even officially our president yet, but he’s already showing us all what an absolute nightmare the next four years are going to be.

For a perfect example of what I’m talking about, we don’t need to look further than five comments Trump made in a span of two days that put on full display what an immature, unhinged and incompetent fool he truly is.

Let’s start off with his statement where he effectively put his support behind starting a massive arms race. Because nothing says “let’s make the planet a safer place to be” quite like the president-elect who’s gone out of his way to anger and provoke China, while also vilifying the entire religion of 1.6 billion people, saying that he wants to start an arms race that would lead to more countries seeking out weapons of mass destruction. Something that would make it much easier for those weapons to fall into the wrong hands — you know, like into the hands of terrorists.

Though the stupidity of that comment was basically a follow up to this tweet:

To be honest, I have no idea what that even means. We currently have over 7,000 nuclear weapons, more than enough to destroy the planet. So I’m not entirely sure what building more is going to accomplish. This is the sort of rhetoric you’d expect to hear said by some drunk moron in a bar, not a future President of the United States.

Then there was this sad tweet:

A normal, mentally sound human being would probably have not even addressed the indisputable reality that practically no celebrity of note wants anything to do with his “big day.”

But not the future Man-Child-in-Chief Donald J. Trump.

Since his ego couldn’t handle the fact that he’s been rejected by most of the celebrities who they’ve contact about his inauguration, he felt the need to lash out on Twitter declaring that he’s the one rejecting “A-list” celebrity requests for tickets.

I’m not sure what’s more pathetic:

  • The fact that our next president is so weak and insecure that he felt the need to push this obvious lie on Twitter in a desperate attempt to make himself look better. — or — 
  • Millions of his supporters actually believe this is true.

Next up comes a two-part tweet where Trump whined about the fact that his son, Eric, won’t be able to raise money for a children’s charity over complaints that it could represent a conflict of interest:

While I’m all for people helping raise money for charity, that’s not the part of this I want to focus on. That’s an entirely different subject.

What I wanted to point out was the ridiculous hypocrisy in this tweet.

Here Trump was, whining about people accusing his son (and by default him) of possibly using a charity as a way to sell access to donors who might donate to it. The same man who spent months painting the Clinton Foundation, a charity with an A-rating from CharityWatch.org, as some sort of criminal pay-for-play scheme cooked up by the Clintons as a way to sell access and influence.

It really is astonishing how Trump and his supporters don’t seem to believe that he should live by the very same rules as he claims everyone else should follow. The hypocrisy here is so outlandish that I actually laughed when I saw this rant.

Finally, there was this “gem” he sent out Friday:

Yes, that is our next president directly quoting the leader of a country who ordered a cyber attack against this country to attack his political rivals.

What stuck out most to me was the fact that Trump is using the words of a man who ordered a cyber attack against this country to imply that those of us who believe the NSA, CIA and FBI when they say that evidence proves Russia was behind that attack are sore losers who simply can’t lose with dignity.

Oh, I’m sorry, is it “humiliating” to care that a tyrant, dictator and enemy to the United States launched a cyber attack against this country in a direct attempt to help elect the candidate he wanted to win?

However, for Donald Trump, of all people, to talk about doing anything with dignity is an absolute joke — because he has absolutely none.

This is someone who spent weeks setting the stage for a possible loss by claiming that the only way he’d lose the election is if it was “rigged.” He wouldn’t even answer questions about if he’d concede the election if he lost — a clear indicator that he fully planned to push “the election was rigged” conspiracies had Clinton won.

After all, just look at how he handled losing the popular vote, sending out a tweet claiming that he would have won it had it not been for the “millions of illegal votes.” He’s so insecure and ignorant that he actually claimed that millions of people voted illegally in an election that he won. That’s a special kind of stupid.

He changed his story recently when he tweeted that winning the electoral college is much more difficult than the popular vote — which isn’t true. Winning the electoral college comes down to getting more votes in a handful of so-called “swing states.” It’s really more about winning geography rather than voters. To win the popular vote requires appealing to a majority of voters across the entire country. Something that Trump clearly didn’t do considering 54 percent of voters didn’t support him.

I’m absolutely embarrassed this man is a few weeks away from being my nation’s president.

Watch my video below to hear more of my thoughts on these comments and tweets by Donald Trump:

Allen Clifton

Allen Clifton is a native Texan who now lives in the Austin area. He has a degree in Political Science from Sam Houston State University. Allen is a co-founder of Forward Progressives and creator of the popular Right Off A Cliff column and Facebook page. Be sure to follow Allen on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to his channel on YouTube as well.


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