Donald Trump: Liar-In-Chief, Spreading Conspiracy Theories And Unsubstantiated Statements With No Validity, Unprecedented In American History!

Donald Trump will now be called the “Liar In Chief”, as he is continuing as President-Elect to spread conspiracy theories, and make unsubstantiated statements with no validity, unprecedented in American History.

Crazy loony Alex Jones has been spreading filth and lies, including that seven million votes were cast by illegal immigrants, or by fraud and using dead people as voters. And Donald Trump is saying this definitely happened in California, Virginia, and New Hampshire, three states that he lost. This is totally without any evidence or facts, but that does not matter to Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, he condemns the voter recount efforts being mounted by Jill Stein, the candidate of the Green Party, in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, which Trump won by about 103,000 votes combined in the three states—Wisconsin by 22,000, Michigan by 10,000, and Pennsylvania by 70.000 votes–less than one percent of the 13 million votes cast in those three states that were decisive in the election victory of Trump in Obama “Blue” states of 2008 and 2012.

It is clear that voter suppression went on and affected people who wanted to vote legally, but Donald Trump, with the crazy Electoral College system which made him President, is, nevertheless, trailing Hillary Clinton by more than two million votes popular votes but will be inaugurated on January 20, 2017.

He has so many conflicts of interest with his business dealings and with foreign leaders, which is against the emoluments clause of the Constitution, and is on the road to becoming very quickly the most corrupt President in American history bar none!

Richard Nixon looks like a choir boy compared to Donald Trump!

15 comments on “Donald Trump: Liar-In-Chief, Spreading Conspiracy Theories And Unsubstantiated Statements With No Validity, Unprecedented In American History!

  1. Pragmatic Progressive November 29, 2016 12:09 pm

    Trump needs psychiatric help, not a security clearance or – horror of horrors – to be sworn in as president and Commander in Chief.

  2. Pragmatic Progressive November 29, 2016 7:48 pm

    There are four possible reasons I can think of for this tweet:

    1. Trump misses the adulation from crowds he got at his rallies while campaigning, when he could utter an outrageous statement like this one and get a roar of approval from the crowd.
    2. Trump fancies himself a dictator, which is why we’ve been getting a lot of dictator-like signals from him, such as threatening to curtail free speech and strip citizenship from people who oppose him.
    3. Trump is an idiot who is completely ignorant of the U.S. Constitution (and just about everything else necessary to do the job he was just elected to do).
    4. Trump is trying to distract us from more important things that he’d rather keep off the front page, such as the continuing discussion about his business empire constituting a conflict of interest.

    The important things to remember here are: A) Refuse to be distracted. Pay no attention to the left hand flashing around flamboyantly. Pay attention to the right hand in the pocket. Any professional illusionist knows that. And B) Pay more attention to what Trump DOES than what he SAYS. What Trump says is worth nothing, because he lies through his teeth. Constantly. Pay attention to his cabinet appointments. That’s going to be an indicator of what we should be afraid of.

  3. Ronald November 29, 2016 8:01 pm

    I totally agree with you, Pragmatic Progressive!

  4. Paul Doyle November 29, 2016 8:26 pm

    Now we know that Trump is truly taking us to the land of Oz–he just named a Munchkin as Treasury Secretary… ; )

  5. Paul Doyle November 29, 2016 8:30 pm

    Just what we need– a Treasury secretary that made millions by betting the economy would dive back in 2008.

  6. Ronald November 29, 2016 9:07 pm

    Now,Now, Paul! LOL

    But I must say that this choice is outrageous, since he promoted foreclosures, and clearly has not a dose of human decency, a common theme among Republicans in this new Gilded Age!

  7. Former Republican November 30, 2016 12:43 pm

    Re: Trump’s cabinet picks.
    More like he’s expanding the swamp than draining it.

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