Monday, July 03, 2017

Why _____'s Rants Of Voter Fraud Are Far More Dangerous Than You Might Think

Clearly, the Little Man in the White House has another dirty diaper and is whining like, well, a baby with a dirty diaper.

And it’s the same whine, with a new verse; see, Little Donny is still butt-hurt that he lost the popular vote by over 3 million votes and is again claiming voter fraud as to why so many of us took a look at his name on the ballot and went, “Oh fuck, no.”

And so now _____ is demanding that every single state turn over all their voter information—name, age, party affiliation, even the last four numbers of your Social Security—in an effort to prove we like him, we really, really like him.

But most of the states are saying the same thing I said in that ballot booth last fall, “Oh fuck, No,” and are refusing to turn over any information to this narcissistic man-child who is now claiming the states are “hiding something.”

Um, yeah, you fuckmonkey, they’re keeping the information out of your fat tiny hands because why would they want to give voter information to the asshat who is accused of colluding with Russia to steal the last election?

_____ Tweeted:
“Numerous states are refusing to give information to the very distinguished VOTER FRAUD PANEL. What are they trying to hide?”
The “distinguished voter fraud panel includes his Vice Colluder, Mike Pence, so, yeah, there’s that. There’s also the fact that no one, outside of _____ and his band of ignorant children—and I mean his actual children and the morons who work for him—believe there was this massive amount of voter fraud last November and wonder why the man who won—Thanks Russia—is still crying foul?

And the best part of all? Many of the states that are refusing to turn over data are states that _____ won, a clearly bipartisan Fuck You from both Democrats and Republicans to the President-For-Now.

Yup, twenty-seven states— from California to Arizona, Kentucky to Maine, South Dakota to Rhode Island—have told _____ to bugger off by refusing to provide all or some of the voter information requested by his Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity ... don’t get me started on the idea of _____ and Integrity ... and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the vice chair of that commission wants to know why states like Kentucky or California won’t provide available information:
“I mean, what are they trying to hide if they don’t want a presidential advisory commission to study their state voter rolls?”
Well, Kentucky’s Secretary of State, Alison Lundergan Grimes, a Democrat, gave the best response to Kobach and _____:
"There's not enough bourbon here in Kentucky to make this request seem sensible. Not on my watch are we going to be releasing sensitive information that relate to the privacy of individuals."
But _____remains crazed at the loss of the popular vote and is now claiming that even the states he won are conspiring against him to cover up voter fraud.

I mean, it makes no sense to accuse those who voted for you of covering up voter fraud against you, but that’s the lunacy of the tool in the White House who, if he’s reading this, and he might, let me just add:

Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by over 3 million, and if you factor in those who voted Anyone But Trump, the popular vote loss is even greater, Asshat.

Still, it’s not just laughable, it’s also a dangerous sign of the mental instability that resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue; think of it like this—from PoliticusUSA:
“Substitute voter fraud for a North Korea nuclear bomb, and the problem becomes much more serious. _____’s refusal to live in reality is putting the United States and the world at risk. If _____ believes that North Korea has a nuclear weapon, when they don’t, it could lead to world war.”
Not so laughable now, is it?

If _____ attacks those states that supported because he believes in some wacknut conspiracy theory, there are no limits to the damage that this mentally unfit tyrant could cause.

Luckily, most of the country is doing what the GOP won’t do: standing up to _____, though, sadly, this is causing this delusional fuckmonkey to go even further off the rails.

And goddess knows where that leads ...

PoliticusUSA
The Hill

6 comments:

Jim said...

Spot on Bob. Trump is definitely a loose caboose. Unfit for duty of POTUS. Even with all the chaos surrounding him, enjoy your 4th of July holiday.

Raybeard said...

Perhaps one of these 27 states - just one of them, mind you - will tell him that they'll supply the information he wants if he discloses his tax returns. After all, what is he trying to hide?

anne marie in philly said...

our gov has already said HELL NO WE WON'T GO THERE! more power to him! when is the dump dictatorship going to end?????

the dogs' mother said...

Our gov said 'Go jump in Lake Washington'.

Dave R said...

Actually, the Idiot in the White House needs to read the Constitution... maybe one of his lackies can highlight the bit about Voter Confidentiality... the guarantee of a 'secret ballot' in bright yellow so he knows it's important. And I'm sure he is quite enraged that people are saying 'no' to him... I mean, where does he think he is? Russia?

Helen Lashbrook said...

@DR Kim Jong Don wishes he was in Russia then he could tell y'all how to vote; or better still North Korea where no-one has a vote bar Kim.