Donald Trump’s Tuesday Twitter Meltdown Was One of His Most Revolting Yet

Donald Trump has said a lot of terrible things throughout his life, especially on Twitter where the coward who hides behind his phone says things he’d never have the courage to say to anyone’s face.

That said, three tweets he sent out on Tuesday morning were some of his most disgusting yet.

The first one addressed the on-going Russia investigation and the multiple women who’ve accused him of sexual abuse:

Actually, at least four people have been charged from Robert Mueller’s investigation, along with the fact that it seems at least once a week we find out that there was some other Russian contact that someone from his campaign lied about.

For the record, the Democrats aren’t in charge of any of the current investigations. Robert Mueller (a Republican) and the FBI (currently being run by a Republican) are in charge of that aspect of them, while any congressional investigations into his possible ties to Russia are being led — by Republicans.

No matter how many times Trump claims this is some sort of “witch hunt being led by Democrats,” that doesn’t make it true.

As for his claim that the multiple women who’ve accused him of sexual abuse is also somehow a ploy by Democrats, I don’t think I need to point out the irony that he put himself back in the news for the past sexual allegations against him when he decided to attack anyone he viewed as an “enemy” who had been accused of sexual misconduct, while endorsing a credibly accused child molester in Alabama.

I’d also like to point out that, while Trump claims he’s never met any of his accusers, we already know that’s not true.

As MSNBC pointed out:

But then there’s the fascinating notion that the president never even met the many women who’ve accused him of sexual misconduct. I have a hunch he’s going to regret having published this.

First, it contradicts his own White House’s defense. Just yesterday, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters she has “specific eyewitness accounts” that prove Trump’s interactions with these women were not improper. The president’s tweet suggests there are no “eyewitness accounts” because, according to the new version of events, Trump “never met” the women who’ve accused him of misconduct.

Second, taken at face value, the president’s claim isn’t just wrong; it’s demonstrably ridiculous. One of his accusers is Natasha Stoynoff, a reporter whom Trump has already said he met. Another accuser, Summer Zervos, was a contestant Trump met as part of his reality television show. Another accuser, Jill Harth, was a former business associate of Trump’s.

Among the other accusers are women who competed in beauty pageants that Trump owned.

So just based on the fact Trump’s denying he’s ever met any of his accusers, we already know that he’s lying. That means if he’ll lie about even meeting some of the women we know he’s met, then why in the world wouldn’t he lie about the things they accuse him of doing?

Next up came a tweet where he seemed to be suggesting that female Senator Kirsten Gillibrand would offer some sort of sexual favors to him for campaign contributions:

I’d like to first point out how he used the word “disloyal,” which stuck out to me because, during James Comey’s testimony a few months ago, he said this “president” repeatedly pressed him to pledge “loyalty” to him. It’s obvious based on Trump’s behavior that he believes people around him, or who work for him (which he seems to think is everyone in Congress, our government, and the FBI) should be loyal to him.

Not a huge deal, but I just wanted to throw that in there.

Though it’s clear that the tone of Trump’s tweet was to essentially “slut-shame” Gillibrand, by painting a picture of a female politician coming into his office “begging” (in quotation marks, which is obviously suggestive) for campaign contributions, someone who would “do anything for them.”

This is where I think it’s important to remind everyone that this is the current “President” of the United States talking this way about a United States Senator.

Super classy and distinguished.

Then came his third tweet this morning, a world salad of gibberish and another full-fledged endorsement of accused child molester Roy Moore:

That’s just incoherent drivel where Trump threw out nearly every top conservative talking point into one tweet — then said that voters should side with an accused child molester because of the (R) he identifies with politically.

So in just one Twitter rant, Trump:

  • Continued to falsely accuse the on-going investigations into his campaign’s possible collusion with Russia of being some sort of “Democrat witch hunt,” which isn’t remotely true.
  • Claimed that he’s never met any of the women who’ve accused him of sexual abuse, even though we know he’s definitely met at least some of them, calling them all liars sent by Democrats.
  • Suggested that a sitting United States Senator would have gladly offered him sexual favors for campaign contributions.
  • Then told the people of Alabama to vote for a man many believe to be a predator who molested multiple children because he’ll be their puppet.

It’s days like today where I sit back in awe at the fact that, not too long ago, Republicans actually tried to claim that Barack Obama wearing a tan suit or saluting a Marine while holding a coffee cup were inexcusable scandals.

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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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