Crazytown is about to overtake the world stage. Presiding over the U.N. Security Council is a rotating responsibility, and in three weeks, the responsibility of chair falls to the U.S.
Here’s where the argument of that anonymous N.Y. Times letter writer — that there are adults surrounding Trump who work to mitigate the worst effects of his shallow grasp of facts much less of complex events, his impulsivity and narcissism — fails. Trump will be there, alone in the “chair” chair, without anyone to talk over or around him. His craziness will be on full display.
God help us.
Crazytown was on display at Trump’s latest rally in Montana, where he told his supporters that if he’s impeached it will be their fault for not coming out to vote. He said nothing, mind you, about being an un-indicted co-conspirator to a crime, about taking action to obstruct justice, about lying, or about using the office of the president to enrich himself and his family. No, his being impeached, should that come to pass, is not his fault in any way — it’s the fault of his supporters.
I honestly can’t see how any emotionally healthy adult can stand to be around this man-baby who can’t take responsibility for anything. Secretary Mattis?