What We Won’t Miss When Trump Slinks Off to the Black Mar-A-Lagoon

“It aint over til the fatass sings.” Or something like that. But contrary to this slightly altered aphorism, it is most definitely over. Joe Biden is the President-Elect and Donald Trump is what he has always been: A loser! And while he will continue to pursue frivolous, meritless, impotent lawsuits that wouldn’t even change the election results if he prevailed, the end of his reign of terror has come.

Donald Trump Circling the Drain

Much of the nation is anxiously awaiting Trump making that final walk from the White House to the Big House. There are stacks of indictments awaiting a civilian Trump. But whether he is prosecuted or flees the country as he himself proposed, one thing is certain. America will not miss him and what he represents. The following is a brief, and necessarily abridged, collection of what we won’t miss:

  • Fake News: Trump has spent five years maligning the media in Stalinist terms as “the enemy of the people.”
  • Incessant tweeting: Not a day goes by without Trump venting incoherently on Twitter.
  • Pathological lying: He has been documented to have told more than 25,000 lies.
  • Daily attention seeking: He can’t stand not being the center of attention.
  • America First jingoism: He promotes a form of American supremacy.
  • Craven misogyny: He viciously attacks and insults women. And there are at least 26 women who have made credible allegations of assault and/or harassment.
  • Embracing foreign dictators: Trump idolizes brutal tyrants like Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un
  • Alienating allies: He has driven away long-time allies and broken agreements.
  • Blatant propaganda: He disseminates utterly fictional stories to boost himself.
  • Emboldening racist hate groups: He refuses to condemn groups like the KKK and Proud Boys.
  • Crackpot conspiracy theories: Trump spreads ludicrous and baseless allegations.
  • Colluding with Russia: He and his closest associates are tightly intertwined with Russian leaders and operatives.
  • Shameless boasting: He can’t stop bragging about things he hasn’t done.
  • Petulant whining: He can’t stop complaining about criticism for things he has done.
  • Infantile nicknames: i.e. “Sleepy Joe,” “Crazy Nancy,” and “Shifty Schiff.”
  • Malignant narcissism: Trump’s psychoses are apparent and dangerous.
  • Relentless vengefulness: He will always seek revenge for imagined slights.
  • Obama jealousy: He is obsessively fixated on the fact that he can never measure up to Obama.
  • Pitiful ignorance: This is the guy who thinks Stealth fighters are invisible, windmills cause cancer, and hurricanes can be nuked.
  • Criminal grifting: Trump has made a fortune directing taxpayer dollars to his own business and extorting funds from domestic and foreign entities seeking his favor.
  • Authoritarian aspirations: His executive orders are blatant abuses of power and he routinely ignores the law.
  • Childish tantrums: A six year old would be embarrassed to behave like Trump.
  • Reality TV media stunts: He has never left behind his television game show host attitude.
  • Denying climate change: This is killing the planet and its inhabitants.
  • Denying the coronavirus: This is killing Americans.
  • Denying reality: This is just how perversely Trump views a world that he can’t understand.

And as if that weren’t enough, here some of the people that America won’t miss as they fade into the post-Trump ether: Mike Pence, Bill Barr, Steve Mnuchin, Betsy DeVos, Kayleigh McEnany, Rudy Giuliani, Kellyanne Conway, Stephen Miller, Jared Kushner, and of course, Ivanka, Don, and Eric Trump. All of the above is just the tip of the iceberg. And it is all sinking into obscurity. So good riddance to every last bit of it.

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9 thoughts on “What We Won’t Miss When Trump Slinks Off to the Black Mar-A-Lagoon

  1. Where is the GoFundMe account for a “Presidential Crimes Commission” Task Force? Due to the craven mismanagement of tax payer assets tRump and his underling co-conspirators need to be criminally prosecuted under the organized crime RICO Act and punished accordingly. I know the State of New York has first crack at the tRump crime family for income tax evasion,, bank fraud and wire fraud but we should be able to add crimes against humanity for their immigration policies alone. No more, “but those were my orders”. The last group of Nazi’s that tried that at Nuremberg were hung for their role in the Holocaust. Life jail sentences for tRump, Melanoma, all the kids, the kangaroo court of a “Cabinet” and all “Acting” agency heads to start with. Now WE can chant “LOCK THEM UP!!!”

  2. One negative thought here…I’m just wondering with Trump leaving does that mean we won’t get that stupendous and bigly Trump healthcare plan he’s been promising for over the last four years…

  3. Bye,bye Trump! Fuck you and the Russian horse you rode in on!

  4. Yours list says it all. We had to put up with this lunacy for 4yrs. I’m amazed that he got as many votes as he did. How can people not see these clear indicators of severe mental issues. I find it baffling.

    • That is baffling. When people voted for Trump in 2016 you could excuse it to an extent as just ignorance. But after four years of this it isn’t ignorance anymore. They are just NUTZ!

  5. I’d like to add – minor tho’ these are – the constant, ‘We are turning the corner!’ in relation to the Covid pandemic. The only corner getting rounded is everyone going around the bloody bend listening to this utter repetitive rubbish. I won’t miss is that stupid little pained grin that made him look as if he was trying to urge out a reluctant turd; and I definitely won’t miss the f***ing awful dancing – and (double-header here)his theft of artists’ music without paying for the right to use it. Apropos of Susan’s remark above, I also found it bewildering that his supporters can’t see that he does exhibit chronic NPD. However, NPDs can be very persuasive and can present a confident, assured personality that people can mistake for strength when it is in fact just common-and-garden bullying. Add to that the association with scads of money (whether he’s got it or not is academic, he’s acting as if he has it). He’s divided the US in a way that’s not been seen since the Civil War by promoting himself as the strong bloke who’ll protect his people from vaguely referred to evil-doers, cheats and those who would usurp his throne. Example: the constant whining that ‘Obama spied on my election campaign!’ (as if.) He goes from bully to ickle boy being picked on by the big bad Obama, his sheeple head straight into defend and protect mode and they don’t stop to think that if Obama wanted to spy on anything Trump was doing, it would be something a bit more interesting than his election campaign. That didn’t even make sense but he kept it up for four years, repeating it until his adherents actually believed this rubbish. He can make a certain character type see what he wants them to see – but as was proved by the election, you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.

  6. If Trump was a civilian, exhibiting the behavior we’ve all witnessed for four years, he would be institutionalized. Family members, or doctors would have placed him under observation, away from the public. We’re watching someone mentally self-destruct. He’s dug such a deep fantasy hole that I think only mental health professionals can do anything, at this point.

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