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Trump’s Whining And Projection Hit New Crazy Highs

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Trump’s Whining And Projection Hit New Crazy Highs

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Republican nominee Donald Trump speaks at "Joni's Roast and Ride" in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S., August 27, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Reprinted with permission from AlterNet.

There is no telling what Donald Trump might say in the final days before Election Day. Two things we do know, it will be whiny, and it will bear no relation to reality. Trump doesn’t understand why all the cool celebrities like Jay Z and Beyonce don’t like him. And projection? No one projects better and more hugely than the Donald. No one.

While campaign manager Kellyanne Conway is likely begging him to stick to the teleprompter, there are already signs that Trump is going far far off script to a place that exists only in his orange little head..

Some of the nuttier moments in the final days are here:

1. Trump’s greatest single piece of projection ever.

On Friday, President Obama generously gave Donald Trump a perfect little object lesson in civility and graciousness. At an event for Hillary Clinton in North Carolina, a pro-Trump protester had infiltrated the crowd and was trying to disrupt the proceedings. When the crowd began to boo, President Obama chastised them. When they ignored him, he scolded them some more, urging them to focus on what’s important. “We live in a country that respects free speech,” Obama reminded the crowd. “Second of all, it looks like maybe he might have served in our military and we have to respect that. Third of all, he was elderly and we have to respect our elders. And fourth of all, don’t boo, vote!”

This objective and documented reality is, perhaps not surprisingly, what Donald Trump observed. First, he wasn’t quite sure why President Obama was campaigning for his opponent. After all, no presidents, current or ex- are helping him out. What gives? No fair!

Trump told his apparently insanely gullible crowd in Tampa, Florida: “He was talking to the protester, screaming at him, really screaming at him.” And now, commence whining. “By the way, if I spoke the way Obama spoke to that protester, they (the mean old media) would say, ‘He became unhinged!’”

He was on a roll: “He spent so much time screaming at this protester and frankly, it was a disgrace,” Trump bellowed.

Yeah, that’s not unhinged at all coming from a man who has urged rally goers to get rough with protesters, called them thugs (when they are black), talked about the good ole days when security could actually beat them up, and just out and out said he would like to punch them in the face.

Students of abnormal psychology behold your textbook case of projection run amok.

2. And now a message from a man you hoped to never hear from again.

Not content to sit upon the dust heap of history, John Sununu, former Governor of New Hampshire, and former Bush Sr. chief of staff, hit the campaign trail in his now contested home state. Sununu did not waste his moment in the campaign sun. He immediately used it to elevate the presidential discourse.  “You think Bill was referring to Hillary when he said, ‘I did not have sex with that woman?'” he said referring to Bill Clinton’s notorious denial of an improper dalliance with Monica Lewinsky.

Way to connect with women voters, though, amirite? Of course, insulting Hillary Clinton sexual attractiveness to aging, paunched out lecherous white men is a staple of the Trump campaign, so Sununu fit right in. After all, it wasn’t so very long ago when Trump helpfully offered his “not impressed” assessment of Hillary Clinton rear view after creepily stalking behind her in the Town Hall debate. And of course, obscenely sexist signs, mugs, t-shirts and other paraphernalia about Hillary are all staples of Trump rallies and will fill the world’s landfills for years to come.

Sununu’s son (nunu), Chris, is attempting to follow in his father’s oh-so-classy footsteps in a bid to be New Hampshire’s next governor. He had no comment on the important matter of Hillary Clinton’s imagined bangability.

3. Trump complained about quite possibly the stupidest thing about Jay Z.

Licking his wounds over his lack of celebrity firepower in the final days, Donald Trump just could not believe that Jay Z and Queen Bey had joined up with team Hillary. The royal couple of hip hop and pop played a mini-concert for adoring fans in Cleveland at a get-out-the-vote event for Clinton in Cleveland that was said to be one for the ages.

For his part, Trump was shocked, shocked I tell you, at the language Jay Z used. The would-be “pussy-grabber” in chief, who enjoys boasting about such activities thought that Jay Z had a bit of a potty mouth.

“I actually like Jay Z,” Trump told supporters in Florida Saturday morning.” But, you know, the language last night. He used every word in the book.”

Finally, he got back to his well-worn practice of whining about how very unfair everything is. “I won’t even use the initials, because I’ll get in trouble. They’ll get me in trouble,” they being that mean nasty old press that is always picking on him by reporting things he has actually said and done.

It was almost as rich as Melania impassioned plea this week about fighting cyber bullying, which reminded many people of those horror movies where you want to tell the pretty girl that the monster is actually right there in the house with her.

4. Trump surrogate outdoes even his certifiably insane self.

In their infinite wisdom, CNN has hired one of the most odiously bizarre Trump apologists on the planet. While a laundry list of possible candidates just flashed through your head, we are talking about Jeffrey Lord, the world’s weirdest and most racist pseudo historian. Lord has staked out the position that the KKK was created by progressive leftists, and that modern Democrats should be spending more time apologizing for slavery which they alone caused.  Poor Van Jones has expended considerable brain power trying to talk sense into this hateful nutjob without achieving one iota of progress for his trouble.

So naturally, Anderson Cooper invited Lord on to shed intelligent light on the enthusiasm the KKK has expressed towards Donald Trump this week In fact, Lord wasn’t even the only Trumpian on the panel. Georgia Republican Jack Kingston was happy to kick things off with a little typical disinformation about how Democrats are playing the “race card,” by just pointing out the whole KKK thing.

Note: Democrats only play the race card when they cannot play the woman card, fyi.

“Congressman, you don’t want to deal with race…”, fellow panelist Bakari Sellers shot Kingston down. “You support Donald Trump. Why don’t you apologize to the Central Park Five? Why don’t you apologize to Miss Mae Wiggins, who was discriminated against –”

Enter Jeffrey Lord. ” When is Bakari going to get around to apologizing for slavery? I’m still waiting on that.”

Wait, wa-a-ah?

Bakari and the rest of the sane world buried his face in his hands and said, “Oh, my God.”

Truth reversal complete: A white idiot has now asked a black man to apologize for slavery.

5. Trump surrogate comes up with brilliant new strategy to insult Beyonce’s mother.

Clueless actress Stacey Dash has been admirably performing her duty as head of Trump’s black outreach, a position she shares with Omarosa Manigualt. Together, they have found all two of Trump’s African American voters.

In a brilliant piece of strategy, Dash decided to pick a fight with the mother of Beyonce, quite possibly one of the most adored performers in the universe, who performed on behalf of Hillary Clinton on Friday.

It seems that Dash was miffed when she caught sight of Beyonce and Solange’s mom, Tina Knowles, posing with former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland — who was dressed for Halloween as the character Dash played in Clueless, pretty much her sole claim to fame.

“This is my baby Dione last night of course she is prettier and more smarter than the one from the movie, but I was confused cause she kept saying something about her pager,” wrote Knowles.

Dash, who, quite honestly might have already been relieved of her post as head of black outreach for the Trump campaign and therefore might have some time on her hands decided this required a response on her blog. “Beyonce’s mom just threw some shade at me? Here’s my unedited response,” she wrote. “First of all, if you’re trying to throw shade about someone’s intelligence, maybe use ‘smarter’ instead of ‘more smart,’” she pettily pointed out.

Ah well, it’s all pretty petty, but the internet swarmed in response. Nothing gets by the fanatical “bey-hive” which stung ferociously in response. Read some of the tweets here.

 

IMAGE: Republican nominee Donald Trump speaks at “Joni’s Roast and Ride” in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S., August 27, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

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  1. Aaron_of_Portsmouth November 6, 2016

    One thing is certain—Trump is definitely one hugely and bigley man-child who resonates with the cross-section of America(and some in Europe) who would rather be defined as immature, irrational, bellicose, petulant, and dedicated to stopping the clock of human progress.
    The GOP has fostered the Neanderthal mentality that being angry, belligerent, imperious, acquiring all that you can at the expense of others, and expressing a haughty attitude is “Cool”, and any other characteristics like humility, courtesy, contrition, empathy, love for all humanity, are deemed as “Politically Correct” and are virtues to be avoided—they don’t fit the desired mold of “The Angry White Male”.

    “White Male” is an artificial designation and has no real existence—but there are many, like Trump, InformedVoter, Jim Samaras, AgLander, “loveofcountry”, Box, Wayne Allyn Root, etc., who insist that we acknowledge them as “angry white males”.
    Clinging to the false artifice of “Whiteness” has come to define how they have restructured their emotional and mental make-up, and which act as “clouds” obscuring the radiance of their souls, much like the physical clouds obscure the light and attenuate the heat of the sun. The sun remains unaffected but it is hidden from view; “Whiteness”, a depraved attitude, and anger, are as clouds obscuring the inherent and noble qualities of the souls of Trump’s, InformedVoters, Rudy’s, frightened men who quake at the sight of a black male, and others like them.

    “Hostility”, “anger”, reactionary responses as a result of poor management and not being properly prepared while growing up in response to hostile social forces obscure the radiance of gang members in urban areas, drug addicts in New England, and others who are on the fringes of society.

    Baha’u’llah in addressing this obscuring of our higher nature spoke these words when addressing all of humanity with the Voice of the Creator[a Voice He asserts also informed Jesus, Muhammad, and all the other Teachers of the past] in His “The Hidden Words”:

    “O Son of Being! Noble have I created thee, yet thou hast abased thyself. Rise then unto that for which thou wast created.”

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    2. TZToronto November 8, 2016

      The last point was undoubtedly created by Baha’u’llah to describe Trump and his surrogates. In his wisdom, he knew Trump would come along; he just wasn’t sure of the name.

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      1. Aaron_of_Portsmouth November 8, 2016

        Like Baha’u’llah, Jesus, Muhammad, Buddha, Krishna, and all the other Teachers knew far more than we ordinary humans could ever imagine. Of course, this is based from reading from Their sources, considering context, and the intuition that comes from apprehending that someone who speaks with a certain kind of authority, says certain things, behaves in a unique manner, is able to change hearts and initiate the start of new civilizations must have a preternatural awareness of the past, present, and future.
        Rather than give specific names and dates, these Teachers used parables, metaphors, and allusions. Otherwise, if Baha’u’llah had said “Beware of Donald Trump” that would make it too easy for me, and would preempt developing my rational development and honing my instincts and insight.
        Jesus, as you may recall, said to the Disciples at some point that He had many things to tell them, but they couldn’t be told it at the time(a paraphrase). Elsewhere, in Revelations, mention is made of “The Beast” and the number 666. For centuries people have speculated if this was a specific creature waiting to wreak havoc on the planet, or whether the number 666 will be stamped on the “beasts” forehead—yet, no name is cited.
        Rather than bore you further, I commend to you a perusal of Abdu’l Baha’s explanation of that theme. Once I learned of the history and context of Islam and events on the Arabian Peninsula at the time of Muhammad, coupled with Abdu’l Baha’s explanation and an account of time reckoning from a specific event after the passing of Muhammad, I was able to understand the significance of “the beast” and who/what it referred to and the number. I won’t spoil your desire and fun to investigate on your own.

        Etc., Etc.

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  2. FireBaron November 7, 2016

    The sad thing is there are millions of people who believe his every word.

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    1. plc97477 November 7, 2016

      I don’t think they believe his every word. I don’t think they even listen to what he says. They just hear what they want to even if that is not what the rump is saying.

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  3. Wolfesgang November 7, 2016

    Trump: a disgrace to the whole of the United States, summed up in one. Let’s hope we’ve seen and heard the last of him after Nov. 8!

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    1. Dan S November 7, 2016

      Oh um ???? we could only hope but his fragile ego won’t allow that. He’s been in the limelight for too long & he wont be able to let go of the attention he’s had. I’m quite certain he’ll want to contest the outcome of tomorrow’s election state by state that goes to Hillary. Maybe once he’s convicted & locked up ???? Over fraud charges in Trump U & raping a 13yo in 1994 will his voice finally be silenced ????

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      1. Wolfesgang November 7, 2016

        On the one hand, you’re definitely right. On the other, I’m sure that media interest in Trump will peter out in almost no time once he’s lost. And, he may well be locked up yet: remember ‘Trump University’!

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  4. Jon November 7, 2016

    Trump could teach his supporter Charlie Manson a lesson or two about creating alternative realities and convincing the naive that they are real. Charlie’s work and support for Trump should be rewarded. Charlie doesn’t risk ruining his good name for someone like Trump every day.

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