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The Lunatic is in My Head

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Trump may be the only Presidential winner in history who bitches about election fraud. What the hell is it with this guy? He can't take yes for an answer? Have we really got a President who is this divorced from reality that he actually believes MILLIONS AND MILLIONS of votes were stolen from him? Maybe billionaires have so much money they don't have to focus on basic math anymore and just forget how to count.

Trump may have indulged in too much turkey over the holiday weekend, or perhaps he ate a bad cranberry, but he unleashed another spate of Tweets that once again make us question his mental fitness.

"In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally"

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"Serious voter fraud in Virginia, New Hampshire and California -- so why isn't the media reporting on this? Serious bias -- big problem!"

Uh ... really? Millions of illegal voters? And damm that lyin' liberal press, they are participating in this HUUUUUGE cover-up of voter fraud! The media has been out to get Trump from the very beginning. How dare they report on the things he says and does?! It's a conspiracy! There ought to be limits to the First Amendment, don't you know.

Sounds like the kind of paranoid madness you'd expect from Kim Jung Crazy, doesn't it? Especially considering the fact that the media gave him mountains of free publicity (and there is no bad publicity) for a solid year. Spare me. We should be the ones pissed at the telescreens that blasted his screed and waved his hairflap in our faces ad nausea until the constantly repeated propaganda grew tendrils and rooted itself in the redneck brain-stem. Trump complaining about media coverage is like Dolly Parton complaining about back aches.

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Even nutty Newt Gingrich thinks Trump sailed past the sanity goalposts on this one. He was interviewed by USA Today and had some very interesting things to say about his buddy Trump:

"Gingrich, a free-wheeling Trump adviser who is a vice-chairman of his transition team, described the president-elect as a leader who is poised to disrupt the regular order in a way no commander in chief has done since Andrew Jackson in the 19th century.

"But he also said that Trump's biggest misstep in the three weeks since he won the White House was to post on Twitter Sunday a complaint asserting widespread voter fraud, and in an election he won. 'In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide," Trump wrote, "I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally.'

"'The president of the United States can't randomly tweet without having somebody check it out,' Gingrich told USA TODAY's weekly video newsmaker series. 'It makes you wonder about whatever else he's doing.'"

It makes you wonder what else he's doing ... uh-oh. How far gone is Trump's mental state if neurotic Newt (who most recently went batshit crazy on Meghan Kelly, accusing her of being sex obsessed -- ironic considering she's another of Roger Ailes' sexual harassment victims) is concerned about what "else" he could be doing? Now that gives me the shivers.

The USA Today interview continued, and Newt related some other frightening insights into Trump's fractured mind:

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"When he met with Trump last week, Gingrich says, 'He commented, 'This is really a bigger job than I thought... Which is good. He should think that.' As president, Gingrich went on, 'you have war and peace, you have enormous powers ... and it all comes down to the Oval Office and it all comes down to you.'

"He argues that Trump, who hasn't held a news conference since July, should feel no obligation to hold any as president, suggesting instead he solicit questions from the public to answer. 'The news media so totally disgraced itself in this election, if I were Trump I would just say no,' Gingrich says. 'And if the White House Correspondents Association doesn't like it, I'd say, 'Fine, disband.'

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Kathy never expected a career in radio as a talk show producer. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Kathy was completing her nursing degree when in 2001 - in an emergency - she was asked to fill in as the producer of Mike's program. Within a few (more...)
 

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