Thursday, January 11, 2018

Piers Morgan points out the obvious

Piers Morgan is hell and gone from what anyone could call a Right Winger and have the label mean anything.  So when he draws a contrast between the madness of Donald Trump and the out of left field barking mad crazy of his critics, it's worth the read.

He points out what should be obvious to anyone.  That at worst, Donald Trump merely acts as bad as everyone else has acted for the last 50 years.  And in so doing, he is causing his critics to become even worse.  The most recent cringe worthy moment in a long list of cringe worthy moments was celebrated actor Robert De Niro's Tourette Syndrome laced breakdown of Trump hate before the applause and adoration of his peers and fans. 

Yep.  That would be the same peers and fans who railed against Trump for, among other reasons, being vulgar and rude. Somehow the movement that brought F-Bombs into our living rooms and a middle finger to every public place being upset about someone's vulgarities is like a polar bear hating snow because it's white.

I've said it before and I'll say it again.  As off base, crazy, and sometimes downright childish Trump acts - the only ones making him look halfway good are his critics. 
"Yet there’s a wonderful irony that won’t have been lost on anyone who saw [De Niro's] speech and also watched the President conduct that White House meeting yesterday.And it’s this: Donald Trump looked perfectly sane, while Robert De Niro looked perfectly insane."

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