Trump Completely Melts Down in Humiliating Monday Twitter Rant

Donald Trump’s behavior has always been rather erratic and neurotic, but it’s never been as bad as we’ve seen it over the last few weeks. As the on-going investigations into his campaign’s ties to Russia (as well as whether or not he obstructed justice) continue to intensify, Trump seems to be getting more desperate and unnerved by the day.

Monday’s complete meltdown on Twitter is a prime example of what I mean.

Let’s get right into this incoherent dumpster fire:

This is something he keeps repeating — even though it makes absolutely no sense.

His party controls majorities in both the House and the Senate. There’s practically no way for Democrats to “obstruct” anything, especially in the House. In fact, for Republicans to pass legislation in the House doesn’t even require every member of the GOP to vote “yea” on a particular bill. House Republicans can pass any piece of legislation they want — without 100 percent support from their own party.

Even in the Senate, all Democrats can really do is filibuster a bill. Yet that hasn’t been much of an issue thus far because Republicans are having trouble even getting all of the GOP’s senators on-board with their terrible Obamacare replacement.

Leave it to Republicans to control Congress and the White House — then blame their incompetence and inability to pass their crappy legislation on Democrats.

Then Trump really lost it:

Actually, most of the country expected Hillary Clinton, the candidate who received 3 million more votes than he did, to win. It wasn’t just President Obama. That said, I’m going to guess that the main reason why he didn’t is because he knew that if he made the Russian cyber attack a focal point of the 2016 election, then Clinton did win, people like Trump would have whined and cried that he was abusing his power and tipping the scales in her favor by pushing “fake news.”

Hell, Trump was already whining about the “election being rigged” and Obama didn’t make Russia trying to help his campaign a focal point. Can you imagine if Obama had spoken publicly at length about Russia’s efforts to help Trump’s campaign?

By the way, correct me if I’m wrong, but hasn’t Trump spent the last few months saying Russia wasn’t behind the cyber attack? So, um, is he now admitting that they were? If so, what’s he going to do about a foreign government attacking the United States? I mean, besides pushing to lower the sanctions Obama levied against them.

As for that second tweet, the only thing I can gather from that is Trump has no idea what the words “colluded” or “obstructed” actually mean. The fact that he put “colluded or obstructed” seems to be a clear indication of that sad reality. He worded it in such a way that he’s not sure which term might be correct (Spoiler Alert: Neither makes any sense) so, similar to what babies do when they first learn to speak, he’s repeating words other people have used without actually knowing their meaning.

And I’m not sure, exactly, what or who Obama could have “colluded or obstructed” with.

You know what, I’m not even going to break down the stupidity of this. Let’s just go with what seems most logical, that Trump has no idea what either of those words actually mean and he’s simply repeating words people are saying about him, while bringing up Obama and Clinton hoping to distract his followers.

Fun fact: A whole 13 minutes elapsed between those two tweets — think about that. It took him 13 minutes to send out the second part of a tweet consisting of 140-characters or less.

Oh, but he wasn’t done:

Considering we’re nearly a year into these investigations, clearly there’s something there. The truth is, Trump has absolutely no idea what FBI investigators have, because they’re not going to share any evidence they’ve collected with him.

As for the obstruction investigation, once again, I really don’t think Trump knows what that word means. Considering these accusations are a fairly new development, only occurring after James Comey’s testimony a couple of weeks ago, that’s an investigation that’s just now in its early stages.

As for the “apology,” please. Someone who hurls lies, insults, and attacks on people on a daily basis — who never apologizes or admits wrongdoing for anything he does — demanding an apology from anyone is an absolute joke.

Next up was more attacks on Democrats as he completed his meltdown by continuing to whine about the fact that his own party can’t get enough votes to pass legislation:

It’s hilarious how Trump’s “logic” works.

Since his own party can’t get enough conservative Republicans to support their horseshit legislation, it’s the fault of the progressive Democrats for not helping the GOP gut a law they support.

As I said earlier, leave it to Republicans to control both the Legislative and Executive Branches of government, yet blame Democrats because they’re too inept to pass their own legislation.

This man is an absolute embarrassment to this country. The rest of the world is sitting back and watching this unhinged imbecile make us the laughing stock of the entire world. It’s still mind-blowing to think that as incompetent and corrupt as Trump proves himself to be on a nearly daily basis, there are still millions of people gullible enough to support him.

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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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