Trump’s Latest Twitter Meltdown Was One of the Most Ridiculous Things I’ve Ever Seen

We all know Donald Trump has thrown plenty of childish hissy fits on Twitter, but the one he went on early Wednesday morning was absurd. Between 6:40 am to 8:13 am EST — nearly two hours — Trump sent out six tweets that contained some of his “greatest hits.”

What Twitter rant would be complete without Trump throwing around the term “fake news” trying to discredit actual news:

Let me just point out the irony of a man who has pushed unfounded conspiracies about President Obama having a fake birth certificate, everything being “rigged” whenever things aren’t going his way, or “millions” of illegal votes being cast during this past election, accusing others of pushing conspiracy theories.

And as I’ve already pointed out, based on Trump’s own incessant whining, Fox News would be considered “fake,” too.

Then he desperately tried to bring up Hillary Clinton:

I can’t remember the last time anyone brought up Clinton’s name. In fact, usually when her name is mentioned it’s someone like him, or someone defending him, bringing her up. Besides, why would the intelligence community be trying to “cover-up” for Clinton after the election? If this were true, they would have almost certainly been dumping this information before the election.

But why let common sense get in the way of anything, right?

Oh, and for the record, she “lost” — but still received 3 million more votes than he did. That fact is still eating away at the tiny-handed egomaniac.

And this is not “nonsense.” Clearly he doesn’t seem to understand the meaning of that word. Someone he chose as his top national security advisor just “resigned” in less than a month after Trump was sworn in after admitting he lied about talking to Russia about the sanctions Obama issued back in December.

But, again, almost nobody is bringing up Clinton — he is. The vast majority of the country is focused on the mounting evidence pointing to his possible collusion with an enemy in undermining our election.

This one actually made me laugh:

Someone who actually encouraged Russia to commit espionage against Americans is now whining about information being leaked and used against him?

Obviously he didn’t mind using illegally obtained information for his own benefit.

Then the irony continued:

Says the man who praised FBI Director James Comey’s unprecedented letter to Congress just before the election, frequently using it to push even more lies about Hillary Clinton that weren’t true.

The only person playing politics about all of this is Trump. He just had his top national security advisor “resign” after admitting he lied about discussing the sanctions with Russia — an enemy that attacked us, one that Trump’s refused to criticize. These tweets are nothing more than Trump playing politics by whining on social media, hoping to get his mindless sheep all worked up over his asinine conspiracies so they won’t focus on the fact that mounting evidence seems to indicate he’s compromised by Russia.

After randomly bringing up Clinton’s name, he then went after Obama:

So let me get something straight. Donald Trump is blaming Obama — for something Putin did?

Was Obama too soft on Russia? While I wouldn’t say he was “soft,” I do think Obama could have been more proactive in dealing with Russia.

That being said, at least President Obama never praised and defended Russia or Putin while bashing and attacking U.S. intelligence agencies for reporting the fact that Russia attacked us. President Obama never compared the values of the United States with that of a Russian tyrant who’s had political rivals and journalists murdered. President Obama never trashed our former presidents, allies, and the values of our Constitution while heaping praise on an authoritarian dictator.

This idea that Trump’s going to be “tough on Russia” sounds like something written by The Onion. Please, Trump supporters, tell me one thing he’s said or done that’s been “tough on Russia.”

Just one.

Last, but not least, he continued to desperately make the leaks the story:

No, the real scandal here is an administration being led by someone who will lash out and attack anyone and everyone but the country that attacked us and the leader who ordered that attack.

Talk about “un-American” — please.

Donald Trump has mocked POWs, attacked Gold Star parents, and tried to undermine the credibility of our spies who risk their lives trying to keep this country safe, yet won’t say a damn thing negative about Russia or the tyrant in charge over there.

When Fox News’ Bill O”Reilly brings up the fact that Vladimir Putin is a killer, and his response was to basically say “so are we,” that’s probably the most un-American thing someone in his position has ever said.

But the real story here is that these tweets serve as clear evidence that Trump has betrayed this country. This is textbook behavior of someone who’s desperately trying to distract people from the truth.

A person who has nothing to hide wouldn’t be this hostile or upset about these reports linking his campaign to contact with Russian officials. A person with nothing to hide wouldn’t desperately evoke Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton in tweets that didn’t even make sense based upon what’s currently going on. A person with nothing to hide wouldn’t have to lie about legitimate news being “fake” because they are petrified of people believing it.

Practically everything I’ve seen Trump say or do in relation to Russia does nothing more than confirm my belief that he’s most likely committed treason against this country and he’s doing everything he possibly can to undermine any person, agency, or fact that may prove he’s compromised by the very enemy he seems to have colluded with during the presidential campaign.

Hit me up on Twitter or Facebook and let me know what you think.

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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