I’m sure everyone reading this knows Donald Trump likes to portray himself as a “strong, confident leader,” even though that couldn’t be further from the truth. He’s a weak, fragile, egotistical narcissist whose life is consumed with trying to mask his insecurities and tear down others trying to make himself look more powerful.
Sadly, millions of Trump’s supporters have actually bought into the con that he’s a “strong, confident leader.”
A great example of just how weak Trump is came by way of a new report from CNN based on White House sources who claim Trump’s waiting to see what Sean Hannity is going to do before commenting on the Roy Moore scandal.
Let me word that in a different way.
Before the current “President” of the United States decided whether or not he would publicly condemn or endorse an alleged child molester, he wanted to wait to see what a conservative entertainer — and fraud, might I add — on a cable news network was going to do.
As reported by CNN:
Behind the scenes, the President and his advisers are closely watching the developments in Alabama’s special election, two sources close to the White House and a White House official said. That includes, in particular, the reaction of influential conservative supporters such as Fox News host Sean Hannity. The White House is also mulling scenarios to prevent Moore from being elected, according to the sources.
Trump, one source said, believes the allegations of child sexual abuse and sexual assault against Moore are bad for the Republican brand, but has decided to wait and see how the situation shakes out before publicly commenting.
All eyes at the White House, including the President’s, will be on Hannity’s Wednesday night show after the Trump loyalist said Tuesday night he was giving Moore 24 hours to “immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies” or lose his support.
That’s simply… pathetic.
To think, this country elected a “president” who won’t take a public stance on a huge scandal concerning a Senate candidate from his party accused of sexually abusing children — because he’s waiting for a conservative host on Fox News to tell him what to do.
This is why I’ve said that most of the Republican opposition to Moore has almost nothing to do with the fact that multiple women have accused him of being a sexual predator toward underage females. This is all about politics for these lowlifes. If Moore was a strong candidate they wanted in Washington, I can promise you that the RNC would be working overtime trying to downplay these accusations while almost certainly viciously attacking his accusers. However, since he’s a fruit loop that most of them want nothing to do with, they’re using this as an opportunity to try to force him out.
It’s a sad enough day in this country when there’s still a chance that a man facing multiple allegations that he sexually assaulted girls as young as 14 could very well become our next United States Senator. However, the fact that the current “president” is too weak to stand on his own, instead waiting for some hack cable news fraud to basically tell him what to say, is something that we’ve never seen before in this country.
There really aren’t words to adequately describe the dumpster fire we’re all currently witnessing.
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