Trump’s North Korea Tweets Prove To The World He’s Trolling Us All

Too often terms like “crazy” and “insane” are used in haphazardly ways to describe things that seem strange or abnormal. That being said, when I express my opinion that Donald Trump isn’t right in the head, I’m being absolutely serious — there is something (a lot of things, actually, if you ask me) very seriously wrong with this man.



This is not normal.

Donald Trump really doesn’t seem to grasp reality. I’ve never seen a human being who seems to think that the rules — any of them — don’t apply to him. Even many of the “rules” and “standards” to which he holds others. This is someone who spent years attacking Barack Obama for playing golf, who’s spent about half his weekends as “president” playing golf at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

But to him and his supporters, that doesn’t make him a hypocrite.

Why?

Because they said so — that’s why.

This is someone who’ll say something and there will be indisputable proof he said it — then he’ll deny saying it — and his supporters will still believe him over the unquestionable evidence that proves he’s lying.

I cannot say it enough, I’ve never seen anything like this — in politics or otherwise — in my entire life.

Another prime example of this insanity was shown Monday night when Trump tweeted a response to North Korea launching another missile:

Considering China, Japan, and South Korea actually know why dealing with North Korea is so incredibly difficult — and have been putting up with the dictatorship for decades — I’m almost certain they’re going to respond how they always do. It’s just that Donald Trump’s so ignorant about the situation on the Korean peninsula that he really does seem to think everyone else (but him, of course) has been “too stupid” to effectively deal with Kim Jong-un and those who’ve come before him.

The controversy over the North Korean missile launch aside, I don’t think I need to point out the unbelievable irony for — of all people — Donald Trump to ask if someone else has “anything better to do with their life”?



This from the man who seems to spend every morning obsessively watching cable news morning shows, who goes on unhinged Twitter rants on a daily basis, hurling petty, revolting insults at everyone from Morning Joe hosts, to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and even a former Miss Universe.

Going back to June 27th — just eight days from when I’m writing this — Donald Trump has sent out a total of 34 tweets (over 4 per day) that were nothing more than petty attacks against the media, Democrats (because his own party can’t pass health care despite controlling majorities in both the House and the Senate), or his disgusting insults against Morning Joe hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.

Yet this is someone who wants to ask another human being if they have something better to do with their time?

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a thousand timesyou can’t make this stuff up.

I’ve never seen someone who lacks any sign of self-awareness. I truly don’t believe Trump possesses the mental ability to actually grasp that he’s the “president,” what that means, and why his behavior is an absolute embarrassment to this country.

While I’m sure it would be a completely miserable experience, I would like to spend a day inside Trump’s mind just to experience, firsthand, the thought process of someone who doesn’t seem to function in the same reality as the rest of us.

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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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