As Trump Prepares to Lose Another Presidential Race, Most Americans Say He Shouldn’t Run

Former reality TV game show host, Donald Trump, has been teasing for weeks that he intends to run for president again in 2024. And he promised that he would make a “big announcement” on Tuesday, November 15, that he openly implies will be the commencement of his campaign. He is even laughably previewing it as “one of the most important days in the history of our Country!”

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On Monday Trump dropped more than 70 self-exalting posts on his floundering Twitter ripoff, Truth Social. Most of them portrayed him as the messiah of his worshipful cult followers, with images of him hovering the heavens or sporting the regalia of a valiant warrior. Which is ironic for a perpetually whining crybaby who has demonstrated nothing but cowardice.

RELATED: Crybaby Trump Lashes Out at ‘Fake News’ for Reporting Accurately that He’s the Biggest Loser

While Trump is clearly infatuated with himself, his perverse presumption that there is a groundswell of supporters clamoring for his re-occupation of the White House is preposterous. And a new poll reveals that reality in stark terms. According to the survey…

“A Politico-Morning Consult poll showed that 53 percent of registered voters believe he definitely should not run, while 12 percent said he probably shouldn’t. Less than 20 percent of respondents said he should definitely run, while only 12 percent said he probably should.”

On the heels of the midterm election Trump is descending to new lows. Historically the party in the White House loses dozens of seats in Congress. That didn’t happen this time. And there is widespread agreement that Trump was the single biggest reason that voters abandoned him and the parade of deplorable clown candidates that he endorsed. Even many Republicans spent the post-election week blaming Trump and trying to pretend that they weren’t part of his crusade.

Despite the American people’s overwhelming revulsion of Trump’s MAGA movement, he still suffers under the delusion that he is a beloved leader whose efforts on behalf of the phalanx of GOP losers were a smashing success. Not only is that irrefutably false, but the poll also found that Trump’s support among his own party is pitifully weak…

“A majority of Republican respondents in the Politico-Morning Consult poll said they wanted Trump to run, with 61 percent saying he definitely or probably should. But 35 percent said he should not run.”

So a third of the Republican Party doesn’t merely prefer a different candidate. They don’t even want Trump in the race. They know that his presence will be a drag on the rest of the Party’s candidates for every office from the presidency to the sanitation department. Consequently, the most avid advocates for a Trump candidacy are an odd combination of his most glassy-eyed disciples, and Democratic campaign consultants.

Trump may have some reservations about running himself. In fact, his “big announcement” may actually be a head fake that just reveals a 50% off sale of all MAGA merchandise at the Mar-a-Lago gift shop. After all, he already lost the presidency once. He lost the popular vote twice. He lost the 2022 midterms. His notoriously fragile ego couldn’t survive another rejection. So he might be laying the groundwork for an alternative career. But it’s one that is just as likely to result in a humiliating failure as another White House run: Trump TV?

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MAGA Marge (Taylor Greene) Blames Imaginary Voter Fraud, not GOP Losers, for Midterm Losses

The post-midterm election analysis is going to go on for the next few weeks, maybe months. Democrats were expected to lose dozens of seats in Congress according to historical precedent and the low favorability of President Biden. That didn’t happen.

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The surprising strength of Democratic candidates around the country is a welcome relief to Democrats, and a stinging wound for Republicans. Under the circumstances, the losing party would ordinarily commence a political autopsy to ascertain what went wrong and how to fix it. But, true to form, the Trump Republican Party refuses to behave rationally, even in their own interest.

RELATED: Rep. Raskin: Donald Trump is the Problem of the Republican Party and He May Destroy Their Party

On Monday morning GOP grouch, Marjorie Taylor Greene, was a guest on Steve Bannon’s “War Room.” And her post-election postmortem was as predictable as pestilence at a trash pile. As usual, Greene displayed the hallmark Republican aversion to taking responsibility for anything, when they can just shift blame to others. On that score, Greene summed up the GOP’s electoral defeats thusly…

“We lost in 2020 because of the mail-in ballots and because it was ripe for election fraud. And now we’re watching it again, especially in Kari Lake’s race over in Arizona. This shouldn’t be this way. Everyone was calling for a “red wave.”

“Either all the pollsters were wrong and they need to be fired – and that’s Republicans, Democrats, and every media pollsters saying that we were going to get a red wave, or we have to finally acknowledge the fact – or at least we have to get the other side to acknowledge the fact and admit the truth – that mail-in ballots is the biggest problem in our election and it is going to be a major factor going forward into 2024.”

Greene began her harangue by reaching back to the 2020 presidential race that Donald Trump lost decisively by more than seven million votes. For the past two years Greene and her Republican confederates, led by Trump and his “Big Lie” lie, have failed to produce a shred of evidence that there was any significant election fraud. And they have likewise proven no fraud in 2022 either.

Nevertheless, Greene is outraged by the pollsters she alleges contrived a deliberately false narrative of a massive Republican victory. Bear in mind that Republicans have been bashing pollsters since way before this year’s election. So it’s curious that she is now singling them out for criticism when she has never accepted them as reliable sources before.

What’s more, Greene’s undermining of democracy by casting false doubts on mail-in voting is a preview of where Republicans will be going in the next few months as they continue their crusade to suppress the vote by making it harder to participate.

Now Greene is calling for pollsters and other alleged perpetrators of that “red wave” rhetoric to be fired. Okay. In that case Greene is advocating for the mass termination of everyone at Fox News…

Firing the notoriously dishonest partisans at Fox News would just be the start of the house cleaning that the media requires. Media outlets such as Newsmax, OAN, Breitbart, even Greene’s host this morning, Steve Bannon, should be next on the firing line. Bannon predicted that Republicans could pickup 100 seats this election. He was only off by about 100.

Greene is among the most extreme members of the GOP caucus in Congress. And her refusal to accept reality with regard to the race is typical of her party peers. Which is good news for Democrats. The more delusional Republicans are about what happened this week, the lees able they will be to correct course. Which could pave a the path for another Democratic rout of the GOP in 2024. All thanks to the madness of Greene et al.

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Rep. Raskin: Donald Trump is the Problem of the Republican Party and He May Destroy Their Party

Rep. Jamie Raskin has been a stalwart defender of democracy and an ardent advocate for truth throughout his service in Congress. He served as the lead manager during the second impeachment of Donald Trump. That’s the one that proved Trump’s culpability for the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol.

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Raskin currently sits on the House Select Committee to investigate the January 6th insurrection. On Sunday Raskin was interviewed by Margaret Brennan on CBS’s Face the Nation. And in a succinctly articulated response to a question about Trump’s intention to affirm his cowardice by defying the Committee’s subpoena to testify, Raskin stated precisely what the role of Trump is for the Republican Party that just suffered a historic walloping in the midterm election.

RELATED: Trump Being Too Scared to Testify Under Oath, Files Lawsuit Against the January 6th Committee

What follows is the exchange between Raskin and Brennan wherein he tells her what many have known for several years (transcript): That Trump is the GOP’s problem.

Brennan: Former President Trump’s basically going to defy the subpoena you issued. He’s planning to announce he’s running for the presidency on Tuesday. Is the prime achievement of the January 6th committee simply going to be this written report? You’re not appearing to stop him from running.
Raskin: Well, in a democracy, the people have the right to the truth. And what we withstood was a systematic assault on democratic institutions in an attempt to overthrow a presidential election. So we have set forth the truth in a series of hearings. […]

When I was over in the Senate with the impeachment team, I told the Republicans there that this was our opportunity to deal with the problem of Donald Trump who had committed high crimes and misdemeanors against the people of the United States. And they needed to act on behalf of the country and the Constitution. But if they didn’t, he would become their problem. And at this point, Donald Trump is the problem of the Republican Party, and he may destroy their party.

Exactly! Republicans have only themselves to blame for their losses last week, and for those that are coming in the future. They had their chance to be rid of Trump and his losing ways, but they chose instead to embrace him and excuse the crimes he committed.

Whether it was out of fear, or misguided self-interest, or simply blind adoration for a cult leader, Republicans decided that worshiping a wannabe dictator was better than being the targets of his infantile insults. So now they are getting what they deserve. Will they be smart enough to cut their losses going forward? They’re Republicans, so don’t bet on it.

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Trump’s Ego Erupts with Pitch for New TV Network that Airs Only Trump 24/7 – No, REALLY!

If there was one dominant message resounding righteously across America in the wake of the 2022 midterm election, it was that Donald Trump and his MAGA Republicans are a broadly abhorrent political fungus that the nation’s voters were anxious to drench with the disinfectant of democracy.

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In an environment wherein the party in the White House historically loses dozens of seats in Congress, Democrats prevailed to retain majority control of the Senate, and may do the same in the House of Representatives before this story is over.

In the aftermath, there is widespread agreement that Trump was the single most influential factor in driving voters away from the parade of deplorable Trump-endorsed clowns who campaigned primarily on undermining democracy and embracing racial, gender, and class hatred. Even many Republicans spent the post-election week blaming Trump and trying to pretend that they weren’t part of his crusade.

RELATED: Crybaby Trump Lashes Out at ‘Fake News’ for Reporting Accurately that He’s the Biggest Loser

For his Part, Trump remains confident (aka delusional) that he is a beloved leader whose efforts on behalf of the phalanx of GOP losers were a smashing success. They weren’t. But that doesn’t seem to be dissuading him from making what he calls a “big announcement” on Tuesday, November 15. The expectation is that he will be declaring his candidacy for president in 2024. But a more prudent course would be for him to improvise and announce a 50% off Black Friday sale for all MAGA merchandise at the Mar-a-Lago gift shop.

Among Trump’s self-congratulatory commentaries was a post on his floundering Twitter ripoff, Truth Social, that may have signaled his true aspirations for the future…

“If CNN were smart, they’d open up a Conservative network, only have me on, and it would be the most successful network in History. Fox only made it because of me, Twitter only made it because of me, and even Facebook is now in the tubes, having lost almost $90 billion in value since I was taken off.”

That’s right, Trump is angling to return to pseudo-reality TV on a new CNN (of all places) network that would feature his repugnant mug all day, every day. This might be a good idea for airing in a hospital poison ward in order to induce vomiting. But other than that it’s a recipe for more of the failure for which Trump is so well known.

What’s more, Trump is peddling the deranged notion that he alone is responsible for the success of Fox News, Twitter, and Facebook. While he’s at it, he might as well claim credit for the popularity of the Internet, the telephone, indoor plumbing, and the wheel.

It’s curious that Trump is bragging about his electoral victories while simultaneously whining about all the defeats. In the past few days he’s posted comments lamenting that “The Democrats are finding all sorts of votes in Nevada and Arizona. What a disgrace that this can be allowed to happen!” And that “They stole the Electron from Blake Masters. Do Election over again!” And that “The USA is a failing Nation!” And that “A NEW ELECTION MUST BE CALLED FOR IMMEDIATELY!” So much … winning?

In the end, Trump is going to get some well deserved credit for falsifying his financial and tax records, for stealing and hoarding highly sensitive national security documents at his Palm Beach hotel/home, and for inciting the deadly insurrection on January 6, 2021. The legacy that Trump leaves behind will be one of mostly convictions of the legal variety, but none of the moral.

RELATED: LOL: Sean Hannity Thinks He’s Helping Trump By Scrolling a Long List of His Crimes on Fox News

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Trump Being Too Scared to Testify Under Oath, Files Lawsuit Against the January 6th Committee

For some still unfathomable reason, Donald Trump is viewed by his MAGA cult followers as a strong leader, despite his resume of weakness and cowardice. It’s a pattern of character flaws that is consistent from his youth when he evaded the Vietnam War with a phony diagnosis of bone spurs, to his incessant whining about having lost the 2020 election.

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On Friday Trump exhibited his signature spinelessness once again. He filed a lawsuit in Florida to challenge the subpoena from the House January 6th Committee investigating the insurrection at the Capitol that he incited. The Committee seeks his testimony, as well as relevant documents and communications, that led to the deadly riots and his disgraceful response to them. Trump’s reaction to the subpoena was predictably hostile and devoid of legal basis.

RELATED: Trump’s 14 Page Response to Being Subpoenaed By the January 6th Committee is Laughably Pathetic

The sort of confident, unafraid leader that Trump tries to portray himself as would be anxious to present his case before the American people. But unlike his nemesis, Hillary Clinton, who testified before a Republican congressional committee for eleven hours, answering every question, and not complaining once about being persecuted, or calling her interrogators infantile names, Trump is trying to chicken out by complaining falsely that “the Subpoena is invalid.” As reported by CNN

“Trump is challenging both the legitimacy of the committee – which multiple courts have upheld – and is claiming he should be immune from testimony about the time he was president. […] ‘The Subpoena’s request for testimony and documents from President Trump is an unwarranted intrusion upon the institution of the Presidency because there are other sources of the requested information…’ his attorneys argue in the suit.”

Trump’s primary argument is utterly absurd and has no legal viability. Whether or not there are other sources of information doesn’t excuse him from the obligation to testify. He is the main antagonist in this melodrama and his account of events is unique and significant. And it is hardly an “intrusion upon the institution of the Presidency” to expect the former holder of that office to be transparent and honest with the public. Although any expectation of honesty from Trump would be terminally naïve.

If Trump’s lawsuit ever makes it to court, it is likely to be summarily dismissed. But that won’t result in Trump testifying. He has never had any intention of doing so. And he could engage in stalling tactics until the Committee’s work is complete and a final report is issued. Even if he showed up, he would probably plead the Fifth Amendment, just as he did more than 400 times in the civil suit in New York. Because that’s how courage is expressed in MAGA Land.

For at least two years Trump has whined that he hasn’t been able to tell his side of the story. But when he has an opportunity to do so, he wimps out. So he will only give his account on his floundering Twitter clone, Truth Social, or Trump-fluffing media such as Fox News, Newsmax, and OAN. What’s more, he demands that his former fellow White House occupiers refuse to speak under oath as well. And in the meantime he files a flurry of lawsuits intended to obstruct, delay, and disinform. And it’s that resolve to run away that explains why he’s hailed by his glassy-eyed disciples as a pillar of principle and a bastion of bravery. Isn’t it obvious?

RELATED: After Goofy Lawsuit Against CNN, Trump Threatens More Suits, Including the January 6th Committee

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Judge Trashes Trump’s Attorneys for ‘Deliberate Disregard for the Truth’ in Kooky Clinton Lawsuit

The lunatic litigiousness of Donald Trump continues to provide unending hours of entertainment for court watchers who enjoy a good farce. Trump’s lawyers seem to be alumni of Barnum and Bailey’s Clown School of Law and Laughs. They are expert practitioners of the “Pie in the Face” doctrine of jurisprudence.

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Earlier this year Trump filed a spectacularly ludicrous lawsuit against Hillary Clinton and nearly fifty other people who the suit describes as “her cohorts.” The suit alleged a conspiracy against Trump aimed at “destroying his life.” The list of defendants is itself a comedic exercise in extremist overreaching that includes Clinton, along with numerous Democratic operatives and FBI officials.

That lawsuit was pure paranoid bullpucky that any reputable lawyer – or fiction author – would be embarrassed to be associated with. And it was summarily was dismissed with the Judge ruling that Trump was “seeking to flaunt a two-hundred-page political manifesto outlining his grievances against those that have opposed him.”

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On Thursday Team Trump suffered yet another legal humiliation. The judge presiding over the lawsuit sternly scolded Trump’s attorneys for presenting a case that was “either knowingly false or made in reckless disregard for the truth.” But the judge was just getting started. As reported by CNN the judged elaborated saying that the suit was…

“’Not just initiated by a shotgun pleading, this was a shotgun lawsuit. Thirty-one individuals and organizations were summoned to court, forced to hire lawyers to defend against frivolous claims,’ the judge wrote. ‘The only common thread against them was Mr. Trump’s animus.’

“Middlebrooks added: ‘Plaintiff deliberately misrepresented public documents by selectively using some portions while omitting other information including findings and conclusions that contradicted his narrative. … It was too frequent to be accidental. Every claim was frivolous, most barred by settled, well-established existing law. These were political grievances masquerading as legal claims.’

“‘This cannot be attributed to incompetent lawyering,’ he wrote. ‘It was a deliberate use of the judicial system to pursue a political agenda.'”

The judge concluded by ordering the attorneys, including, Trump’s TV camera-seeking counsel, Alina Habba, to pay $50,000 to the court and more than $16,000 in legal fees to just one of the defendants. So now Trump’s lawyers not only have to worry about never getting paid by Trump, they also have to budget for financial sanctions due to their incompetent representation of him. Will they ever learn?

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Crybaby Trump Lashes Out at ‘Fake News’ for Reporting Accurately that He’s the Biggest Loser

The Republican Party and their mouthpieces in conservative media are licking their wounds as they come to the realization that their promised “red wave” sweeping GOP candidates to victory never rose to more than a trickle. Now they are testing out various lies and distractions to avoid accepting the fact that their agenda and candidates are simply repulsive.

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Nowhere is that desperation to deceive themselves and their disciples more apparent than in the reaction by former reality TV game show host, Donald Trump. In the immediate aftermath of the 2022 midterm election, Trump bragged about the nonexistent Republican victory and how successful he was with his endorsements. Of course, neither of those things even remotely resembled reality. So he quickly backpedaled to grasp onto his old faithful excuse for everything: the radical, communist, fake news media.

RELATED: Trump’s Truthless Temper Tantrum Over the Midterm Election Results is Just So Trumpy

Trump spent much of the morning on Thursday posting frantic comments on his floundering social media scam, Truth Social, in a futile attempt to assuage his depression. As usual, he displayed signs of a severe separation from reality and a grossly malignant brand of narcissism. He began by writing that…

“There is a Fake Story being promulgated by third rate reporter Maggie Hagaman of the Failing New York Times, that I am blaming our great former First Lady, Melania, and Sean Hannity, that I was angry with their pushing me to Endorse Dr. Oz […] I was not at all ANGRY. Fake News!”

Sure. Trump was “not at all angry” that so many of his hand-picked sycophants went down to humiliating defeats. That’s why he deliberately misspelled the name of his favorite New York Times reporter, Maggie Haberman to insult her as a “hag” (a change from his prior nickname, “Maggot”). He also calls her a “third rate reporter” despite having granted her many interviews. He is probably still hurt by Haberman’s recent book, “Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America.”

Trump also tried feebly to distance himself from failed Senate candidate, Mehmet Oz, saying that “he was not a ‘denier’ (his mistake!)'” Yeah, that was the problem. Then Trump went on to write that…

“I’d like to apologize to Melania and Sean Hannity for all of the Fake News […] The Fake News Media is ‘Crazed’ and totally out of control […] They MAKE UP stories and then push them down your throats. Our Country is in big trouble!”

Right. Because Melania and Hannity are the victims in all of this, poor things. And Trump once again complains that reporters had no sources for their stories. What Trump is really upset about is that so many of his insiders are willing to become confidential sources in order to tell the truth about him. And then he continued…

“Despite having picked so many winners, I have to put up with the Fake News. For me, Fox News was always gone […] but now they’re really gone. Such an opportunity for another media outlet to make an absolute fortune.”

For the record, most of the “winners” Trump picked were Republicans in safe districts who were expected to win. But in most of the races that were competitive, his candidate lost or squeaked by. And it’s cute that Trump is bashing Fox News here, so soon after apologizing to Sean Hannity. He just can’t figure out who he hates from one moment to the next. But Trump still wasn’t done whining…

“For those many people that are being fed the fake narrative from the corrupt media that I am Angry about the Midterms, don’t believe it. I am not at all angry […] Remember, I am a ‘Stable Genius.'”

If Trump is really not angry, that would just indicate an even greater measure of cognitive collapse. A normal human would be angry after an electoral smackdown like the one he just suffered. But apparently, being a “stable genius” immunizes one from human emotions.

Although, Trump does have some justification for being mad at the press. There were numerous post-election articles published that appropriately assigned the blame to Trump for the GOP meltdown. The problem for Trump is that many of them were by staunchly conservative outlets. Media Matters compiled some examples that include…

FoxNews.com: “Conservatives point finger at Trump after GOP’s underwhelming election results: ‘He’s never been weaker.’”

Daily Wire: “Donald Trump certainly is not the leader of the Republican Party. … His priority is not the Republican Party.”

Wall Street Journal: “Trump is the Republican party’s biggest loser.”

NY Post: “Here’s how Donald Trump sabotaged the Republican midterms.”

National Review: “Trump is the Republican establishment now. He’s the default, the Man, the swamp. And he’s a loser.”

There are many more such articles, as well as commentaries by right-wingers disenchanted with Trump and his destructive, divisive, deceitful, and delusional diatribes. And these are the views of his friends. No wonder he’s going berserk … er … more berserk.

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Trump’s Truthless Temper Tantrum Over the Midterm Election Results is Just So Trumpy

As the 2022 midterm election morning dawned, Donald Trump could be found up bright and early yammering about election fraud that didn’t exist. His accusations were especially bizarre since they were aimed at the Republicans who were running the Arizona election. So he thinks that Arizona’s GOP officials were committing fraud in order to help … Democrats?

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Later that evening, Trump changed gears to try to take credit for Republican successes in the election results. Despite the utter evaporation of anything resembling a “red wave,” he posted a comment on his floundering social media scam, Truth social, that boasted about an electoral triumph that existed only in his warped imagination. He wrote

“174 wins and 9 losses, A GREAT EVENING, and the Fake News Media, together with their partner in crime family, the Democrats, are doing everything possible to play it down. Amazing job by some really fantastic candidates!”

So let’s add a little reality to Trump’s feeble fantasies and media bashing. First of all, Trump actually endorsed more than 300 candidates. So he’s cherry picking what he wants to include in his post-election analysis. What’s more, the vast majority of his endorsements were for candidates in safe Republican seats who were expected to win. We can’t know which nine losses he’s referring to in his post because he doesn’t identify them. However, he had at least 22 to choose from in this, still incomplete, list of actual losers…

Gubernatorial candidates: Lee Zeldin (New York), Doug Mastriano (Pennsylvania) Geoff Diehl (Massachusetts), Dan Cox (Maryland), Tudor Dixon (Michigan), Tim Michels (Wisconsin), Darren Bailey (Illinois), and Mark Ronchetti (New Mexico).

Senate candidates: Mehmet Oz (Pennsylvania), Don Bolduc (New Hampshire), Joe O’Dea (Colorado), Leora Levy (Connecticut)

House candidates: J.R. Majewski (Ohio), Karoline Leavitt (New Hampshire), Yesli Vega (Virginia), Ken Calvert (California), Bo Hines ( North Carolina’), Steve Chabot (Ohio), Jim Bognet (Pennsylvania), Gesiotto Gilbert (Ohio), Robert Burns (New Hampshire), John Gibbs (Michigan)

That’s 22 losers, with many races still uncalled, including such significant potential GOP defeats as Herschel Walker (Georgia), Blake Masters (Arizona), Kari Lake (Arizona), Kelly Tshibaka (Alaska), Adam Laxalt (Nevada) and Ron Johnson (Wisconsin). [UPDATE: Blake Masters, Kari Lake, and Adam Laxalt lost]

Perhaps the race that will hurt Trump the most is the one for New York Attorney General, where his arch nemesis, Letitia James, won reelection. Trump has been bad-mouthing her for months, accusing her of being corrupt, biased, and racist (she’s Black), and calling her “Peekaboo” for reasons no one knows. He’s actually racked with fear due to the $250 million civil suit James filed alleging business fraud that could wind up shutting down his Trump Organization and prohibiting his crime from doing business in the state.

RELATED: Trump Files Another Lame Lawsuit Against the New York Attorney General Who He Hates and Fears

To be sure, there were disappointments for Democrats. But considering that historically the party in power during the midterms suffers an average congressional loss of about 22 seats, Democrats should be pretty satisfied that they held their losses to single digits. They likely retained their Senate majority and may have done the same in the House.

If Trump thinks that these results suggest a positive environment for him to run for president again in 2024, he’s more deranged than previously thought. So it will be interesting to see what his “big announcement” is going to be on November 15. If he does announce his candidacy, his GOP confederates may be less than enthused after seeing his fabled king-making prowess fail so spectacularly. Although Trump will remain blissfully enamored with himself and his divine infallibility.

When Trump was asked in a NewsNation interview about the election outcome to say “How much of that will be because of Donald Trump,” he replied that “I think if they win, I should get all the credit. If they lose, I should not be blamed at all.” That’s consistent with his refusal to take responsibility for everything from COVID-19 deaths, to the deadly insurrection at the Capitol, to his theft of highly sensitive national security documents from the White House, and more. Trump will always find someone else to blame.

That said, Trump did post something on election night that was unarguably true, even if he didn’t know it. He wrote that the “Same thing is happening with Voter Fraud as happened in 2020???” Indeed. There was nothing significant that happened with voter fraud in 2020, and the same is true for 2022.

Another similarity between the two election cycles is that Trump proved to be an impotent force in politics and a pathetic loser who will shift blame to others rather than take any responsibility. No matter how dishonest or hurtful. And naturally one of his most predictable targets is last night’s big winner, Nancy Pelosi…

SEE THIS: Trump Calls Pelosi an ‘Animal’ – Dehumanizing Her to Incite More Assaults Against Democrats

[UPDATE: Jim Acosta: “‘Trump is livid’ and ‘screaming at everyone,’ after last night’s disappointing midterm results for GOP, according to a Trump adviser.”]

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Trump Calls Pelosi an ‘Animal’ – Dehumanizing Her to Incite More Assaults Against Democrats

Finally! It’s Election Day. Not that Republicans care. They are still insisting that the whole process is rigged and that the results can’t be trusted. They are already laying the groundwork to dispute any race that is won by a Democrat.

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On the eve of Election Day, Donald Trump was campaigning in Ohio for GOP Senate candidate, J.D. Vance. Well, supposedly. As usual Trump spent very little time promoting the candidate he was there to support, instead talking incessantly about himself and his tediously repetitive complaints going back to his decisive loss in 2020, and even earlier.

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That fixation on his past included a segment wherein he moaned pitifully about having been impeached twice. But it wasn’t enough to just excrete his standard lies and outrage at being held to account for his wrongdoings. On this occasion Trump felt compelled to foment more of the violence that has become such a hallmark of his political aspirations. And his wrath was aimed squarely at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who was recently the target of one of Trump’s cult followers who severely assaulted her husband in her home. Trump raged that…

“Pelosi said ‘please don’t call [gang members] animals, they’re human beings.’ I said ‘No, they’re animals.’ I think she’s an animal, too, if you want to know the truth.

“They [pointing at the media] say, ‘Oh, what a horrible thing he said about Nancy.’ She impeached me twice for nothing! Nothing! They’ll say, these people, the fakers back there, ‘What a horrible thing. He called Nancy Pelosi an animal.’ Let me tell you, what she does to this country, and what she did, and the turmoil, and it was all…”

At that point Trump rambled on about not using the word “bullsh-t,” while he was, in fact, using it. And he yammered incoherently about some allegedly awful things that Pelosi had done, but that he couldn’t actually describe. That was followed by some more of his delusional bragging that he was the greatest president in history.

First of all, Trump was not impeached twice for nothing. The first impeachment was due to his having extorted the president of Ukraine in order to coerce him into digging up dirt on then-candidate, Joe Biden. The second impeachment was due to his having incited a violent insurrection in order to unlawfully cling to power by obstructing Congress from completing their duty to certify the electoral vote count. Both impeachments provided abundant evidence of Trump’s treasonous ambitions to become America’s first Fuhrer.

However, more troubling than that were Trump’s remarks about Pelosi. By calling her an animal he was deliberately dehumanizing her. It’s a tactic he likely learned from his fascist heroes who used it to justify the Holocaust and other acts of genocide. Trump is blatantly recruiting members of his cult to attack his political opponents. And by exploiting Pelosi so soon after she was the victim of a vicious assassination attempt that put her husband in the hospital, Trump is proving that he is utterly devoid of morality.

For her part, Pelosi addressed the violent tendencies on the part of the Trump Republican Party in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday. She noted that “there is one party that is doubting the outcome of the election, feeding that flame and mocking in the violence that happens. That has to stop.” Pelosi elaborated in the following exchange…

Cooper: The former President of the United States Donald Trump, Elon Musk, others have spread stories casting doubt on what happened, fomenting conspiracy theories. What do you have to say to them?
Pelosi: It’s really sad for the country. It’s really sad for the country that people of that high visibility would separate themselves from the facts and the truth in such a blatant way. It’s really sad, and it is traumatizing to those affected by it. They don’t care about that, obviously, but it’s destructive to the unity that we want to have in our country. But I don’t have anything to say to them. I mean, we have nothing, there would be no common ground to have any conversation with them.

Indeed. You cannot have common ground with those who openly advocate violence. And what Pelosi is talking about in this clip is still going on while people are voting today. Republicans have no intention of cooling their rhetoric or respecting the law or American principles. Just this weekend Ronna McDaniel, the chair of the Republican National Committee, couldn’t say that the GOP supports democracy. That’s where we are at on this Election Day.

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Rep. Clyburn Tells Fox News Viewers All About How Trump and MAGA Resemble Germany in the 1930’s

In the closing days of the 2022 midterm elections, Democrats have been making the case that the Republican Party is putting American democracy at risk with their baseless election denialism and outright refusal to accept any election results wherein they are the losers.

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President Biden made that case in an address to the nation this week. He Spoke in stark terms about the fragility of democracy and he didn’t shy away from the root cause…

“Recent polls have shown that an overwhelming majority of Americans believe our democracy at — is at risk, that our democracy is under threat. They too see that democracy is on the ballot this year, and they’re deeply concerned about it.” […]

“American democracy is under attack because the defeated former President of the United States refuses to accept the results of the 2020 election. He refuses to accept the will of the people. He refuses to accept the fact that he lost.”

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Biden isn’t the only political figure to notice the peril our nation faces from people who who don’t respect the will of the people or the law. On Sunday Democratic Rep. Jim Clyburn was interviewed on Fox News by Shannon Bream. And in spite of Bream’s loaded questions and interruptions, he delivered a righteous sermon directly to the Fox News flock of Trumpian cult disciples (video below).

Bream: You’ve repeatedly made comments about Hitler, about Nazism, about Germany in the 1930’s, in recent years. You’ve gotten a lot of pushback from that from Jewish organization and others who way that it belittles the suffering of the Holocaust, of the millions who were lost. Your response.

Clyburn: I’ve talked to many Jews. There are many Jews in my congressional district. And they are supporters of mine. They know that this is the stuff that causes those kinds of deterioration to democracy. This was not anything about how difficult it was.

I’ve talked about slavery and how difficult it was. But to discuss the facts of what’s going on here – election deniers setting up procedures by which rule committees by governors can overturn the results of election; to call the press ‘the enemy of the people;’ to coopt evangelicals. I grew up in the Christian faith, grew up in a parsonage, born and raised in a parsonage. I know a whole lot about religion, and I know that there is always an attempt to co-opt religion, and that is what’s going on here.

If people want to deny it, that’s fine, but the facts are very clear. I’ve studied history all of my life. I taught history. And I’m telling you, what I see here are parallels to what the history was in this world back in the 1930s in Germany.

Bream: Are voters, though, out there listening to this message to infer from what you’re saying that if they don’t vote for Democrats in this election that they are somehow supporting something akin to the rise of Hitler?

Clyburn: No. If they don’t vote against election deniers. If they don’t vote against liars, people who lie, know full well they’re lying, we all know they’re lying. This was the cleanest election in the history of the country. Donald Trump’s own appointee said it was the cleanest in the history of the country.

Clyburn made exactly the right point. He drew a distinction between voting for Republicans, and voting for election deniers. The former were once a legitimate political party with arguably principled views from a conservative perspective. The latter is what the GOP has become: A party devoted to a wannabe tyrant who brazenly lies to acquire and retain power and wealth. Clyburn also correctly noted that Trump’s own officials had told him that … well, them tell it…

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Clyburn’s message is one that Fox News viewers need to hear. Will it have any effect on their views of Trump and Biden and America? Probably not in any broad based manner. But they still need to near it. They need to know that they aren’t fooling anyone if they choose to continue to support the fascism of the Trumpian GOP. And they need know that they will someday pay a price for it.

In the meantime, there is some small hope that a few of them can be peeled off from mob and see the light. But Democrats and independents cannot rely on them. They need to turn out in massive numbers on election day to avoid sending this country down the path that brought so much suffering and ruin to Germany and the world nearly a century ago.

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