Why does trump want to bust our country? Why are so many going along with his crazy?

Why do so many embrace the idea of destroying our government’s structural checks and balances; along with America’s one time principle of Fair Play; along with the importance of honest good faith debates for constructively dealing or problems?

To support a madman. It’s beyond comprehension.

Yeah, yeah, we’ve always been a white supremacist society - so perhaps it’s as simply as demographics, white supremacy is no longer backed up by white numbers, so it’s time to go crazy, flip out and burn it all down?

They think that they can get rich when there are no restrictive laws. This is what Trump does. The more he can destroy the more money he can make.

He bragged once that he always made a profit when declaring bankruptcy and stiffed his creditors for millions of dollars that he transferred to his own bank .

He is now under investigation for tax evasion of millions if not billions of dollars. That is not good citizenship for a president. But then Trump never was a good citizen.

He is proud of it. And what Hillary called the basket of despicables love Trump. They see him as their hero . Little do they know that Trump would throw them under the bus if it was to his advantage. There is a clear pattwern that every one who works for Trump seems to end up in jail or at least charged with high Crimes and Misdemeanors.

Eric Trump invoked Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination over 500 times:
Guess who he works for.

Well crafted Toxoplasma gondii … or something similar.

I mean, if they play with coronavirus practically in public, who knows what they do in those deep-state, black-box laboratories.

No you lie -_- Trump did good for the country your hate rant is only fear !!! Trump did good and saved the country from democrats now look democrats are running everything they can’t solve nothing they only do is blame. Nothing but complete disregard of the good Trump accomplish, democrats are ruining things so ahead and defend those barbarians.

Do you live in the US? What did good did he do for the country? I challenge you to come up with one good thing he did for the working class. Put up or shut up !

If you do live in the US,
Did you receive $1400 p/mo relief checks last year to help you during the COVID crisis.
Did you get exempted from being evicted from your home because you lost your job and you couldn’t make your mortgage payment?
Did you get childcare relief so that you could go back to work and not have to pay for baby sitters?
Did you get child tax relief that lifted 40 million children out of dire poverty?
Did you get extended unemployment benefits for being laid off during the COVID crisis

You don’t have clue of what you are talking about or you are just a Trump slave, you fool. How much have you contributed to Trump that he just took to the bank for his own private use? How much money has Trump conned out of you with false promises and 30,000 lies during his 4 year presidency.

You and I were the “marks” my friend and Trump took us all to the cleaners. The difference is that the JUSTICE DEPARTMENT is now taking him and his criminal gang to court for crimes against the Nation and attempted sedition (treason) by trying to prevent the proper exercise of the democratic election process.

You still believe the BIG LIE, don’t you? Let’s see what the Law has to say about that.
I hope he goes to jail for the rest of his life or gets committed to an insane asylum for being a psychopath.

What Is A Psychopath?

Psychopath is a term used to describe a person with a certain cluster of psychological, interpersonal, and neurophysiological traits, distinguishing them from the rest of the population. Robert Hare, an expert in psychopathy, describes these individuals as:

Dr. Robert Hare Psychopathy:

“…social predators who charm, manipulate, and ruthlessly plow their way through life, leaving a broad trail of broken hearts, shattered expectations, and empty wallets. Completely lacking in conscience and empathy, they selfishly take what they want and do as they please, violating social norms and expectations without the slightest sense of regret.

Or maybe Ophiocordyceps

Maybe I’m just looking for a glass half-full, thinking that maybe it’s really not their fault.

Well, there is a difference between a glass-half-full and a brain-half-sane.

It would seem you are under a misimpression. The dotard nearly destroyed our country and he killed over 500,000 people with COVID, as well as killed others by other means. He was and is truly a horrible being.

Actually, the dems can’t do anything because the Repugs won’t allow them to, which only destroys the U.S. more. Talk the Build Back Better Bill. Investing in out country will only improve it, which means we must repair roads, bridges, and other infrastructures. The list goes on as to what is in the bill that will/would improve the U.S. greatly, but the Repugs won’t have it because Dems thought of it and because the Repugs want to put our tax money in their pockets, not invest it in the U.S.

That totally didn’t make any sense. It seems to me you are defending a criminal, of which the dotard is.

Trump was a failure overall, but he did accomplish two really great things in not starting any new wars and making the only real effort to end the war on terror. The man deserves praise for that.

“Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, How was the play!?”

He failed at ending domestic terrorism. In fact, he riled up domestic terrorists and encouraged them to do violence. Jan. 6 is case one example.

Trump didn’t start a war??? Wake up sleepy head

It may be self-fabricated within their own heads, but these fools believe they are at war with fellow Americans.
In actuality, all they are is vandals who will do nothing but create cascading destruction for everyone and everything they touch, like some insane jilted lovers who’d rather destroy their ex’s - than allow them any autonomy or humanity.

Remember how well it worked for the first crazies waving around that flag?

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We could do a workshop with these guys

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I truly believe Trump was the best thing to happen to the US, possibly the world. Now all the cards are on the table so to speak, for everyone to see. We now know there are complete and utter morons in the US, about half, that are so utterly insecure as to follow this idiot. And the same is true/happening all over the world. We’re getting to see who’s who, no more hiding behind “polite” conversation, polite governance, etc. He, and cons like him everywhere, have unwittingly exposed conservatives, their moron followers in the general public, and especially the religious right, for who they really are. Now we can see plain and simple who and where the enemy is. I just wish Jesus would return and kick their arses!

Can you give us facts, which can be checked?

That was an opinion obviously. Careful you don’t become one of those knee-jerk liberals whose only retort is “show me the facts”. Not everything boils down to facts buddy.

You are describing “personality culture”, no facts just popularity. Belief based on faith is never better than belief based on knowledge of facts.

Al Capone was very popular in his neighborhood. Hitler was very popular with the “Herrenmenschen” (“master humans”).

That is the problem. There are a thousand facts that speak against Trump , but the one fact were Trump did something positive is the one every Trumpian hangs his hat on.
Trump is a tv personality. In real life he is a sociopathic con man.

Here are some facts. See which apply to Trump.

Dr. Robert Hare’s Symptoms of Psychopaths

© 1993 by Robert D. Hare, PhD. Reprinted by permission of The Guilford Press.

Interpersonal traits

  • Glib and superficial
  • Egocentric and grandiose
  • Lack of remorse or guilt
  • Lack of empathy
  • Deceitful and manipulative
  • Shallow emotions

Antisocial lifestyle

  • Impulsive
  • Poor behavior controls
  • Need for excitement
  • Lack of responsibility
  • Early behavior problems
  • Adult antisocial behavior
  • The complete picture

Psychopaths are often witty and articulate. They can be amusing and entertaining conversationalists, ready with a quick and clever comeback, and can tell unlikely but convincing stories that cast themselves in a good light. They can be very effective in presenting themselves well and are often very likable and charming.

:laughing: Fantasy wars don’t count.

Domestic terrorism is a very minor problem compared to our disastrous foreign policy.