At some point we have to start talking about the 25th Amendment. How extreme does this president’s behavior need to become before we start taking seriously that his extreme narcissism makes him a danger to himself and others, including his own staff and Secret Service agents?
I mean this not as a partisan matter, or a media matter, but as an American matter.
Prayers up for the White House butlers, ushers and maintenance staff, the Secret Service agents, the 7 plus million Americans suffering from coronavirus and the families of the 207,000-plus who have died on Trump’s watch, as well as the millions facing economic devastation.
You all deserved better.

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2 Oct
It’s not possible to fully articulate how completely irresponsible Donald Trump has been, both as president and personally, when it comes to the coronavirus. He has risked his own life, his staff and Secret Services’ lives, his fans’ lives, his family’s and frankly the Bidens.’
The people around Trump are as foolish as he is for flaunting themselves around, maskless. And now he is the equivalent of Typhoid Mary, taking his rickshaw carnival of coronavirus risk from state to state. Would that the decent governors could bar him from entry.
Trump loves “caravan talk.” Yet his events are “corona caravans.” He loves to call names, but is in essence Typhoid Trumpy. He turned the virus into a slur against China. Yet is this not now the Trump Virus? This reckless president owns it and all the Hell it has unleashed.
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This election that’s already under way will be clarifying for the country, and for the media. No longer can those who vote for Trump be shielded by memes like “economic anxiety” or “just like some of his policies” or my 401k.” Trump is a failed businessman and con artist.
His whole econ rep was a Mark Burnett creation. His economy is a failure and he will close this term with a net job loss. 1 in 5 small businesses has gone under. And 206,000 Americans have died due to his neglect. He is a big a failure at being president as he was at business.
His “America first” slogan has been exposed as a lie. He is more loyal to the dictators of Russia, North Korea, China, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates than to his own country. He brays on about “the world respecting us” but has diminished America in the eyes of the world.
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It's not about "liberty" or any of that other bullshizzle, other than what they view as the liberty corporations are endowed with, to make maximum profit. And to do that, they have to be "liberated" from having to cover a whole lot of YOU. That's why they want to strike ACA down.
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I mean... this guy is a better burgermeister than either a businessman or a president
And he wasn’t even picky...
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There sure was a lot of lying and shady behavior going on for a supposed “mere tragedy.” Item:
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Just ... gah!! Mark Burnett owes millions of advertisers a refund, because he literally sold a worthless product that millions of people took seriously.
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