“Good Christian” Donald Trump Has Embarrassing Sunday Meltdown on Twitter (Images)

On Sunday morning I spent a good amount of time on Twitter checking out the news, responding to messages and, of course, dealing with a few “trolls” when I noticed Donald Trump was much more active than usual.



Then I quickly realized he was having a full-on meltdown with many of his tweets being pathetic and blatant pandering to Bernie Sanders supporters.

Let me quickly run through a few of his tweets he sent out yesterday morning:

That was the first one where Trump is acting as if he actually cares about Sanders supporters being bothered that Hillary Clinton picked Tim Kaine instead of someone like Sen. Elizabeth Warren — who most Sanders supporters wanted. I can’t imagine had Clinton picked Warren that Trump would have rushed to Twitter to praise Hillary for picking the candidate most pro-Bernie supporters hoped she would have chosen. No, he’d have probably demeaned her and called her some childish name like “Pocahontas” — just like he’s already done several times over the past few weeks.

Not sure if you all noticed, but this is basically the exact same tweet as the first one I posted.

Being that President Obama’s brother (who he didn’t meet until he was 25 and has almost nothing to do with) lives in Kenya and isn’t an American citizen, he can’t actually vote. But when has Trump ever let facts get in the way of anything?

Now this one (aside from being another blatant and not-at-all sincere pander to Sanders supporters) actually has a funny story because this was the second time he sent this tweet out on Sunday. Notice anything with the first one?:

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He deleted this tweet (hence the screen shot as opposed to it being embedded) since he used the wrong forms of “their” and “waste.” Keep in mind that this is someone who might become our next president, who often calls other people “stupid,” who sent out a tweet using the wrong form of two different commonly used words.

What analysis, exactly? Here’s another one of his “I heard” statements where he provides absolutely no source for his statement because it’s not remotely true. Not only did Hillary Clinton win the pledged delegate vote by 359, but that has nothing to do with superdelegates. Even if the party determined the nominee based only on pledged delegates, with the candidate who won the most winning the nomination, Hillary won, soundly, by 359.



But then Trump apparently snapped (even more so than he had already), this time criticizing Bernie Sanders:

So, apparently Trump believes that he knows how Sanders feels? This guy’s such an infant.

Then later in the day he sent out another, and another:

Keep in mind that Bernie Sanders is someone Donald Trump once called a communist and referred to him as “Crazy Bernie.” So this sociopathic (and obviously disingenuous) attempt by Trump to act as if he cares about what happens to Sanders is disgusting. But he’s been doing this for weeks, adopting a few of Bernie’s talking points (especially using the word “rigged” a lot) in a sad attempt to try to lure some pro-Bernie folks to his side. Thankfully, you’d have to be an absolute moron not to see through exactly what he’s doing.

Donald Trump has had quite a few Twitter meltdowns in the past, but this was easily one of his most embarrassing.

Not only did he show the world his horrible grammar, but he apparently doesn’t know that President Obama’s brother lives in Africa (which means he can’t vote), and he spent a good part of his morning blatantly pandering to Bernie Sanders supporters — before calling Sanders ” weak” and “somewhat pathetic.”

This was just another sad spectacle from a man-child who’s become infamous for throwing asinine Twitter temper tantrums like a petulant 13-year-old, with the vocabulary and spelling ability of a 4th grader.




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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