This is all you need to know about the president of these divided states of America.
Today Jim Comey flat out called him a liar, and yet after the hearing his lawyer said that president trump felt “vindicated” by Comey’s testimony. (??????)
I swear the man lives in his own alternative orange universe with its own alternative set of facts. I now join a growing amount of people who are starting to question his sanity.
Hey, at least they stopped trump from tweeting all day. That early morning effort to keep him away from all the computers in the White House must have been fun to watch. It didn’t stop his son from live-tweeting the event, though, and as you can imagine, it didn’t go too well.
We don’t know when this will all end, but I think I speak for everyone when I say that we all wish that the end can’t come soon enough for this long national nightmare. We can’t afford to wait around for Mr. trump to grow into the job as some of his right-wingnut friends would suggest. The man is 71 years old for crying out loud! He is who he is at this point.
Finally, in case you missed today’s news about terror in America, here is a story from right here in Pennsylvania.
“A man who police say trapped and killed three co-workers inside a closed northeast Pennsylvania grocery store overnight Thursday left an online trail behind that includes praise for the 1999 Columbine High School shooters and expressions of deep frustration about the world around him.
Wyoming County District Attorney Jeff Mitchell said a Twitter feed that includes a 42-minute film about a violent massacre, posted about the time of the killings, is believed to have belonged to 24-year-old Randy Stair of Dallas, Pennsylvania.
In that film, Stair praised Columbine shooters Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold as heroes and kissed and fondled a loaded shotgun.
Police say Stair brought two pistol-grip shotguns to work at the store in rural Tunkhannock, about 150 miles northwest of New York City (241 kilometers), blocked store exits and began shooting shortly before 1 a.m. A fourth co-worker eventually escaped unharmed and called police. Stair also killed himself.
“This is really a mental health situation that utterly spiraled out of control,” Mitchell said. “I think he had longstanding mental health issues that resulted in this horrible tragedy.”
State police said he spent the first 90 minutes of his shift blocking exits with pallets and other items. After the store closed Stair retrieved a duffel bag from his car with the two shotguns, and began his attack.
He killed Terry Sterling, 63, of South Montrose; Victoria Brong, 26, of Factoryville; and Brian Hayes, 47, of Springville.
“It’s just unspeakable, it really is,” Mitchell said. “These people went tless”o work and they lost their lives because they went to work. It’s senseless.” [Source]
Nope, it’s not “senseless”; it’s life in America.
Mr. Comey gets his revenge, and more terrorism in America.