Trump and Hannity: A Marriage Made in Hell


Trump is the worst person in the world. His most devoted a** kisser, Sean Hannity, is the most despicable man in America who is not a Republican politician. Hannity can be defined by the most unforgivable noun in the English language: an ‘enabler.’ His entire goal in life is to make Trump appear to be a credible and decent human being. He is not. Trump cannot be labeled as a human. Trump is a self-absorbed egomaniac who cares for no one but himself. He is a man without compassion, understanding, intellect, or principles. He is a hollow physical vessel without a single redeeming quality.

Because Hannity defends his depravity, this fake journalist must not be allowed to have a voice in our nation’s politics. If this arrogant little man was not a member of Fox Noise, he would never be permitted to stand before the American people telling lies on any other venue.

Last Thursday Trump was once again a guest on Hannity’s pitiful broadcast. These are some of the egregious lies Trump was allowed to say in front of the television cameras.

Trump was scheduled to engage in a telephone conversation with the President of China, Xi Jinping but postponed a critical conversation with the leader of the world’s second largest economy to play with his boy toy.

“Well, because of you, I made it to 10:30. So, that shows the power of … That shows you have the number one rated show on television.”

He made another confusing statement about banning all people from China entering our nation.

“We had 20 people in the office, 21 to be exact. And we had a lot of experts. And they never really thought to do that.”

After he banned Chinese men and women from coming to America, he made a fallacious claim which had absolutely zero factual reference.

“A lot of the people decided to go to Italy instead. They went to Spain instead. And you see the problems they’re having.” (On this day America had the largest number of men and women infected by the coronavirus in the world.)

The man who “knows everything” and denies scientific fact.

“I’ve heard very quick numbers — a matter of months — and I’ve heard pretty much a year would be an outside number.” — Trump on a coronavirus vaccine, March 2.

Trump refused to take speedy and competent action, so what did he do? Blame someone else.

“Now, I think that we inherited a broken system from the previous administrations, not just one. And it was very broken.”

Trump’s failure to invoke the ‘Defense Production Act.’

“So I haven’t had to use it because like we had Ford step up, General Motors step up, 3M step up.”

“After Considering $1 Billion Price Tag for Ventilators, White House Has Second Thoughts” — The New York Times, March 27

Although our nation is in a medical crisis, Trump took the time to attack one of his biggest critics, the Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo.

“And you know, they’d say, like Gov. (Andrew) Cuomo and others that say we want, you know, 30,000 of them, 30,000. All right. Think of this. You know, you go to hospitals, they’ll have one in a hospital. And now, all of a sudden everybody’s asking for these vast numbers.”

Although the number of active coronavirus cases passed 85,000 yesterday in the United States, more than in any other nation, Trump remains in denial.

“And you know a lot — a lot of equipment’s being asked for that I don’t think they’ll need but I’m building.”

Your senile, illegitimate president once again is uninformed. Mitt Romney tested negative for the virus.

“I don’t understand Mitt Romney. I’m not a fan but, of course, I want him to get well, absolutely.”

“But I have a feeling that a lot of the numbers that are being said in some areas are just bigger than they’re going to be.”

What is this “feeling” based on? He didn’t say.

Although medical professionals report an insufficient number of tests for a nation with 330 million people: “We’re — we’re testing — we’ve tested now more than anybody.”

Trump said that he would not help any state who refused to appreciate him.

“I don’t like it, though, when some governors, I mean, I mentioned two of them but some of these governors, you know, they — they take, take, take and then they complain. They take and you do a great job.”

Is his leadership? 44 previous presidents offered positive messages giving hope and inspiring confidence. This is not the incompetent buffoon defiling our White House today.

These and many, many other reasons are why Trump will never be my president or receive even a minute amount of respect my family.

Stay safe and be well: The Truth Lives Here.

Op-ed by James Turnage


Image courtesy of DonkeyHotey

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