Has anyone ever heard Donald Trump say anything intelligent, insightful, or thought provoking? This is someone who has a degree from an Ivy League school, yet has the vocabulary and spelling abilities of a 3rd grader. This is someone who, when trying to defend his so-called “intelligence,” said he knows “the best words.” Meanwhile, his spelling errors on Twitter have become infamous for either using the wrong word entirely, or not knowing that “unprecedented” wasn’t actually “unpresidented.”
Trump simply repeats the sort of asinine conspiracies, lies, and right-wing propaganda you’ll find on any conservative website or blog. He’s even fond of the ALL CAPS approach which, typically, is a tell-tale sign that you’re dealing with a complete imbecile.
There’s absolutely nothing about Trump that says “this is an intelligent human being.”
His temperament is similar to that of a petulant, immature child who lacks the ability to control himself. He frequently likes to proclaim that he’s “the best” at doing whatever the heck he claims he’s “the best” at — which is a definite sign of someone who’s not very intelligent trying to overcompensate. If there’s one trait you find in most intelligent people, it’s that they never believe that they’re the “smartest person in the room.” They always feel that they can learn from others. It’s typically the egotistical dimwits who think they’re always the “smartest person” at everything they do.
Even his claim that he will surround himself with “the best people” is an absolute joke.
He went through three campaign managers, has a press secretary who’s an absolute disaster, and chose someone in Mike Flynn as National Security Adviser who was just denied security clearance because the CIA apparently feels he’s a possible traitor who tried to undermine U.S. sanctions against Russia for attacking us.
And don’t even get me started on Kellyanne Conway and her “alternative facts” and unethical fashion endorsements.
Even Trump’s so-called “success” isn’t proven because, as we all know — he still hasn’t released his tax returns. So, when his supporters cite his “business acumen” as a reason why they think he’s the right person to lead this country, they really don’t have a clue considering no one really knows how “successful” he is. He’s yet to prove any of it.
Reports have alleged that Donald Trump:
- Didn’t know what Gold Star parents meant.
- Appointed Steve Bannon to a vital national security position without knowing how much power he was giving him.
- Apparently wasn’t aware that, if he won, he’d be expected to live in Washington D.C.
- Didn’t know what the president actually did.
- Wasn’t aware he’d have to hire his own White House staff.
- Supposedly asked why we don’t just use nuclear weapons since we have them.
- Clearly had no idea what the START nuclear treaty with Russia was.
And that’s just what’s been “alleged.”
We already know he apparently doesn’t understand how elections work, that the “so-called judges” he attacks are a vital part of our Third Branch of government, or that businesses had the right to choose what products they want to carry in their stores when he lashed out at Nordstrom’s for dropping his daughter’s clothing line.
Donald Trump is a 70-year-old grandfather, father, and graduate from an Ivy League school who often behaves like a spoiled, out-of-control 10-year-old who was just grounded by their parents.
It’s not normal for a man of his age to turn to hissy fits on Twitter (as he did well before he ever ran for office) to whine about things he feels are “unfair.”
When I say that Donald Trump is the most incompetent person who’s ever been “elected” as this nation’s leader, I’m not exaggerating. I genuinely feel that he’s so incredibly ignorant about how any of this works that he can put all of us in danger without even knowing it.
The truth is, we’re not dealing with a mentally sound, rational, mature human being — we’re dealing with an absolute moron who conned his way into the White House. That’s why I consider Donald Trump’s administration the biggest national security threat this nation has faced in decades — and the Republican party’s unwillingness to call him out on his bullshit and defend our Constitution could be putting each and every one of us in danger.
The problem is, they just don’t care.
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