Trump Is Only Crazy On Even-Numbered Days

On odd-numbered days he’s Hitler.

CNN’s chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta on Sunday weighed in on discussions about President Trump’s mental state, saying he thinks Trump is “more crazy like a fox.”

“I tell folks, I’m not a psychiatrist,” Acosta said on CNN’s “Reliable Sources.” “I can’t assess the president’s mental state, but I will tell you is my sense of it, covering him for a pretty long period of time now, is that he’s more crazy like a fox.”

Acosta went on to note former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon told him in an interview that Trump purposefully says sensationalistic things to stir reactions from the press.

“Bannon explains in an interview that I had with him, that what Trump tries to do is really control the narrative by saying sensational things that sound wild and nutty sometimes, and he does this because he knows it dominates the news cycle,” Acosta said. “That make it a priority for us in the news business to talk about him nonstop. And he loves that and he capitalizes [on] that.”

Acosta, who has repeatedly sparred with the White House, spoke with CNN’s Brian Stelter just days ahead of the release of his book, “The Enemy of the People: A Dangerous Time to Tell the Truth in America,” which dives into the Trump administration and its relationship with the press.

His comments about Trump came hours after George Conway, the husband of White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway, said that Trump was “mentally unwell.”

“You’re mentally unwell. You engage in bizarre, irrational, self-defeating behavior which prompts criticism of you, which triggers more bizarre, irrational, self-defeating behavior,” Conway tweeted after Trump explained why he often took aim at the “corrupt” media. “You would have bene fired from any other job by now.”

Conway, a repeated critic of Trump, later tweeted that it was “astonishing” that the press would not confront the “fact that we have a psychologically unwell and unfit president.”

Russiagate fizzled. No collusion, no obstruction. The new investigations of Trump, his family, his friends, and everybody that ever met a Trump have so far yielded nada planada. Trump was looking and acting an awful lot like a president in Europe. The economy is doing good and we’re at peace. There are no natural disasters on the horizon.

So what do journalists do on slow news days? They trot out some of their bloviating gasbags to say that Trump is Hitler. But only on odd-numbered days. On even-numbered days they bring out their “experts” who say Trump is crazy.

This all would make sense if Trump was really acting like Hitler, or if he was saying and doing crazy things. There are some crazy people in Washington, but Trump isn’t one of them. There are some powerful (or formerly powerful) politicians in this country who are losing their mental faculties due to old age and/or booze. But Trump is a teetotaler and he is sharp as a tack mentally. There are a bunch of people in this country who should never be trusted with power, but Trump has spent the last three years letting the Deep State investigate (attempt to frame) him and his family, but Trump has done nothing to retaliate.

Do they really believe the bullshit they are telling us or do they think we are stupid?

I’m going with they think we are stupid. All the news outlets didn’t accidentally edit Trump’s comments on Charlottesville to make it seem as if he was praising white supremacists. And the flip-flops the Left has made since Obama left office regarding the use of executive power required skilled precision. The finest drill team in this country could not execute an about-face as smoothly as the Democrats have done repeatedly over the past three years.

One of my pet peeves is bad liars. Like when someone gives you a story for why they were late and the story is so transparently false that you feel insulted because only a moron would believe it.

Are the Fake News Media mocking us?

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157 Responses to Trump Is Only Crazy On Even-Numbered Days

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    If a bunch of alt-righters started wearing masks and attacking people at rallies and protests, the Democrats would be screaming for a federal investigation.

    But so far the feds have done nothing about Antifa or BLM.

  2. swanspirit says:

    Obama, was and still is, deliberate and conscious liar. So is Nasty Pelosi, Chuckhead Schemer, and almost all the Dims, and what pretends to be media, these days. They still think we are stupid.
    When they do these 180’s, stand up and boldface lie, they remind me of something Judge Judy said. She made it the title of her book.

  3. Dora says:

    Milo Yiannopoulos named grand marshal of Boston’s ‘Straight Pride’ parade

    • elliesmom says:

      I expect the parade will happen and will be better attended than expected. They’ll be made to jump through hoops, but they’ll get their permit. The gay community angered a great portion of the city a few years ago when they insisted on participating in the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. It’s a big family event in Southie, and let’s just say the floats and marchers from the gay community were not little kid friendly. After the first year the organizers of the event went to court to ban them. The case went all the way to the Supreme Court, which upheld the parade organizers’ right to exclude them. This year, for the first time in a decade, a group of gay veterans were allowed to march. They wore military gear, and just marched under their own banner. But some other groups, including the Knights of Columbus, refused to participate in the parade. Boston is touted as a bulwark for liberal Democrats, but it’s often forgotten just how Catholic (and Irish) the city is.

  4. Dora says:

    Ocasio-Cortez wants to make it easier to study magic mushrooms, other psychedelic drugs

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., filed legislation on Friday to make it easier for researchers to study the therapeutic and medical benefits of certain psychedelic drugs such as magic mushrooms amid a growing national shift in attitudes toward the substances.

    • SHV says:

      CIA has already done the research, Project MKUltra.

      In the late 60s, a fellow Med student said he was involved in LSD25 research as a “test subject” when he was in college. I remember him saying that he still having “issues”several years later. I can’t remember whether he knew then that it was a CIA program or that info came out later in 1975 in the Church Commission report.

      The CIA program evaluated evaluated a lot of psycho-active drugs, including “magic mushrooms”/Psilocybin.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Ahhh…. fondly remembers late teens with 40 acres, cows and a reliable source of shrooms.

  5. Dora says:

    You’ve got to see this. Watch Obama!

    • DeniseVB says:

      I never heard of the awkward toast, media must’ve hid it 😀 That was great!

      • taw46 says:

        I remember that well (probably saw it on FNC). But you are right, the MSM here in the US didn’t spread that far and wide. As they would have, had it been PT. Once you say “the Queen”, the music starts playing. So the speechwriter put it early in the speech (as well as at the end). Obama was too clueless to shut up once the anthem started playing. Awkward!

        • lyn says:

          I remembered it too. Obama is such a dork.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I don’t think the Obamas ever had a protocol expert on their teams of dozens of assistants. If they did, they didn’t listen to them. Just marrying into the U.S. military, there’s a freaking GUIDEBOOK for the new spouse. Heaven forbid, your spouse achieves greatness in the ranks, the DOD starts issuing you guidebooks. I ignored them, but I wasn’t “gallumping” on the world stage either, I just did the minimum so dh wasn’t thrown out 😉

          • lateblum says:

            Yes. My sil had a handbook when my brother became a bid deal in the USAF. They lived everywhere and there were protocols that varied from location to location. They were both expected to know what to do wherever they went.

          • blowme0bama says:

            ‘m sure they hired one of Michael’s BFFs as their protocol expert.

          • DeniseVB says:

            It’s no secret the Obamas “sold” positions in their administration and support staff. Obviously, no qualified protocol or stylists donated enough 😛

          • blowme0bama says:

            I suspect she was a “weave” artist from Chicago.

      • Constance says:

        I never heard of it either. At first I thought who cut in that annoying music, I can’t hear over it. But Obama actually did that!

  6. taw46 says:

    Good post, myiq. They do indeed think we are stupid, but that’s because so many of their followers are just that. The things they say on MSNBC are unreal (they always bring up the lies about Charlottesville).

    • Constance says:

      Every now and then I turn on CNN or MSNBC and I am shocked at the facial expressions on the news readers. Most of them know they are into some off the wall crap and look like they are sucking lemons while they push out their garbage. Then they look around for approval of the crowd. It is too creepy to watch,

  7. helenk3 says:

    I like this one

    • John Denney says:

      Yup.Socialists want control, which by definition means they are enemies of Liberty.

      “Give me Liberty, or give me death!” — Patrick Henry

    • Constance says:

      Well I hope they are ready for all the potential migrants in the entire world, who would qualify, to run to California especially the ones with chronic health problems.

  8. helenk3 says:

    awesome video

  9. taw46 says:

    So, we’ll see. But I can’t imagine CNN doing a fair piece about her. Bennett seems at times to admire her, but always manages to get some snark into her reporting. Especially if she can drag the President into the discussion. Of course, the left is pissed that she is even doing this piece.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    I wasn’t going to post this here since I’m not a fan of F-wear, but Charles Glasser put this on his timeline and it’s a great conversation about miserable people and why they choose to be bitter. I don’t miss those days at all. Must. Hate. Everything. And. Everybody. Who. Doesn’t. Agree. With. You. 😀

    • John Denney says:

      Always remember what brought you over. There’s hope that others will be brought over in the same way.

      Which makes me wonder how effective David Mamet’s book is in that regard.

    • John Denney says:

      David Mamet had thought people were basically good (putting him in the company of Ronald Reagan), until he realized they were racked with The Seven Deadly Sins, at which point he recognized the brilliance of the Founders’ policy of separation of powers.

      My view is that people are basically conflicted, being created in the image and likeness of God, yet also born wanting not, “Thy will be done”, but, “My will be done”, as anyone who has dealt with a two year old knows.

      For instance, you’re walking down the street and find a wallet stuffed with cash, along with the owner’s contact info. Immediately the conflict starts: “Finders keepers; losers weepers” vs. “You gotta do the Right Thing”. But evil vs. good is not a black and white, either-or situation — it’s a spectrum, and people can be nudged either direction. “Well, I’ll just take a few dollars for my trouble of getting it back to the owner”, or “I’ll just take the cash and pretend someone else stole it; the owner will be happy to get his driver’s license and stuff back.” Both those are steps toward the dark side.

      • John Denney says:

        …created in the image and likeness of God and thus knowing Right from Wrong . . .

      • helenk3 says:

        I once had a part time job keypunching the numbers and amounts in church envelopes. One night I came to work and there were several boxes of envelopes where the priest had not taken out the money. I worked by my self and could have taken some. But all I could think of was God would punish me for taking church money. That was my first thought, then the right or wrong thing

    • lateblum says:

      I was bored.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I try and catch the Tonys for the musical numbers and Beetlejuice was nominated. Sorry I missed it, but sounds like the current Broadway SJW efforts have stifled interest. For me anyhow, ever since the Hamilton cast dressed down VP-elect in public with pure nonsense. Oh, Pence handled it well, but I would have been mortified being an audience member witnessing that.

        • lateblum says:

          I tried to watch it again today,but continued to find it boring. I thought maybe it was just that I was tired last night. But no. I found it a waste of time. Plus, one of my favorite musicals is “Kiss Me Kate”. I found the newer version to be unappealing and certainly not better.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I didn’t even know it was on ! I did see the results and glad that Dumb and Dumber guy didn’t win after he blasted the President. 😉

  11. helenk3 says:

    railroad tracks are for trains only but homeless failing to understand this

    • DeniseVB says:

      One of the tweets RT included said W51 and 6Ave. Close to Rock Center ? Weather looks miserable there today, the top of the building looks shrouded in low clouds, he probably shouldn’t have been landing on buildings today. (calling it a hard rooftop landing now)

    • DeniseVB says:

      Probably why all the confusion, they’ve basically shutdown midtown manhattan now.

  12. DeniseVB says:

    Turned on TCM this afternoon and catching 1949’s Neptune’s Daughter. Had no idea that’s the movie with the original song “Baby It’s Cold Outside” and it was TWO scenes. First one was the guy wanting to the girl to stay, second one was the girl wanting the guy to stay ! How “rapey” ! Watch….the song won the Academy Award that year.

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  16. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Jim Treacher was quoting Titania McGrath

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Good satire blurs the line between real and fake.

      As anyone who cares about social justice knows, concepts such as ‘free thought’ and ‘free speech’ are typical racist dog whistles of the far right.

      This slavish devotion to ‘reality’ and ‘facts’ is one of the hallmarks of the far right mindset.

  17. helenk3 says:

    should be some really beautiful music on PBS tonight 8pm till10pm est

  18. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Johnny D got religion since his days as a Nixon henchman. Now he thinks ever GOP POTUS (and candidate for POTUS) is worse than Nixon.

  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Removing their genes from the human gene pool will improve the species.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I never wanted to have kids, at least being the oldest of 6 in middle class America convinced me of that. Being the built in babysitter and all that. Mom had us over a 19 year span, crazy. First dates included helping me change diapers, hope that experience helped those boys keep their pants zipped. 😀 But, y’know, something changed after I got married, I wanted HIS children, must have been hormones or something. Yet, I was smart enough after 3, I DON’T CARE WHAT MY INSURANCE COVERS I’M NOT LEAVING THIS HOSPITAL TIL YOU TIE MY TUBES ASSHOLES ! Yay, I got a freebie 😀

      • 1539days says:

        Since the 80’s, the US has been in zero population growth. Mexicans and other immigrants are responsible for most of the population increase.

      • swanspirit says:

        3 was my limit, too. My Italian grandmother had 12, my Jewish grandma, 5. It was back when the Catholic church was still frowning on birth control, but I didn’t care. I said, “I am not going to be a baby factory”!

    • Constance says:

      Absolutely! These over emoters have got to go!

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  21. DeniseVB says:

    I think this guy is running for President ? At least he’s attacking the DNC, not our Trumpy Bear 😉

    • Constance says:

      That’s our idiot governor out here in Washington state. Here is an idea, if you Washington Dems care so much about the environment why don’t you start with cleaning up Hanford?

  22. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Dude looks like a lady.

  23. Dora says:

    I wasn’t the only one who was bored.

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  25. taw46 says:

    McAfee is a funny crazy. He sure has been tweeting a lot lately.

    • taw46 says:

      Oops, sorry. Here is McAfee.

      • taw46 says:

        Reply to this:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Nobody likes John Dean, so NYC drama would trump that “if it bleeds, it leads” in our sucky news. I know the breaking headlines were “plane, or something, crashed into a midtown skyscraper”. Of course, those of us with 9-11 PTSD will follow that. Sadly, it was only one fatality, presumed to be the pilot, no passengers. So why is a helicopter taking off from downtown in sucky weather? Looked like grounding weather to me. Oh wait, De Blasio just happened to be on the scene? Hmmm? Did he ask for a hop back to City Hall? Okay, will wait another 40 hours for the deets, 😉

  26. swanspirit says:

    Speaking of lies, and damned lies, this is a most excellent read, a veritable blast of truth, and vindication of our President.

    Despite the Left’s attempt to make them martyrs.

    Filmmaker Ava DuVernay’s new Netflix series, When They See Us, is being billed as an important exposé of the American criminal-justice system’s racist underbelly. As a review in the Daily Beast explains, it is the “riveting” story of how that system coerced and intimidated five innocent “teenage boys of color” into confessing to the highly publicized “rape and vicious assault of Trisha Meili, a white investment banker,” in New York’s Central Park on April 19, 1989. We are told that the boys — Kharey Wise, Antron McCray, Yusef Salaam, Kevin Richardson, and Raymond Santana — tragically had “their youth snatched from them” by the false convictions and the subsequent prison sentences that they served. In a similar vein, a review in The Root lauds DuVernay for her success in “humanizing” these same “innocent young black and brown” victims of institutionalized “abuse, mistreatment and manipulation.” David Ewoldsen, a professor of media and information at Michigan State University, says that When They See Us “is about one of the great injustices in modern American history” against “five teenagers of color.” And a New York Times headline depicts DuVernay’s series as “The True Story of How a City in Fear Brutalized the Central Park Five.”

    It’s a story we’ve all heard many times before. And it is a damnable, disgusting lie.

    Sometime between 9:00 and 9:30 on the night of April 19, 1989, a group of more than 30 black and Hispanic teenagers — including the aforementioned “Central Park Five” — attacked 28-year-old Trisha Meili while she was jogging in the park. One of the assailants — whose identity would remain unknown for the next 13 years — raped her with vaginal penetration, leaving his DNA inside the woman’s cervix. As Miss Meili screamed in agony, one or more of her attackers shut her up by fracturing her skull with a lead pipe and mutilating her face with a brick. Meili lost three-quarters of her blood in the assault, and her brain activity could scarcely be detected by medical equipment in the hospital emergency room to which she was later transported. So badly was Meili’s face mangled — one of her eyes had popped out of its socket — that even her boyfriend was able to recognize her only by a familiar ring on her finger. The District Attorney’s office initially assigned Miss Meili’s case to its homicide unit, because none of her doctors expected that the woman would survive for even a single night. Yet Meili did survive, though she spent nearly two weeks in a coma.

    During the half-hour just prior to their attack on Miss Meili, the Central Park Five and their two-dozen-plus comrades participated in multiple random beatings of other passersby in the park. For example:

    Shortly after 9 p.m., they punched and kicked an elderly Hispanic man into unconsciousness before stealing his sandwich and pouring beer over him.
    A few minutes later, they shouted “Whitey” and “Fucking white people” while attempting to assault a white couple who were riding a tandem bicycle.
    Three minutes after that, they beat a 52-year-old male pedestrian.
    Within another five minutes, they threw rocks and sticks at a 33-year-old white man named David Good, who managed to flee the scene.
    Five minutes later, they struck a 30-year-old white banker named David Lewis, who likewise was able to flee.
    And a few minutes after that, they beat a 40-year-old white schoolteacher named John Loughlin into unconsciousness.
    Then they turned their attention to Trisha Meili.

    Prior to April 19, 1989, the members of the Central Park Five had already burnished their credentials as demons in their respective neighborhoods. Kharey Wise, who supplied the metal pipe that was used to bludgeon Miss Meili, was a crack cocaine user and a gang member who routinely terrorized the tenants of a local housing complex. Antron McCray was well known for his menacing behavior and violent attacks directed against teachers at his school. And Yusef Salaam, who was allegedly the first to pummel Miss Meili’s head with Kharey Wise’s lead pipe, was fond of robbing people in Central Park. Having been recently suspended from school for weapons possession, Salaam was described by police as the “most vicious” of the five.

    When the Central Park Five stood trial the following year for the attack on Trisha Meili, local black newspapers were quick to denounce the court proceedings as a series of racist charades. Harlem pastor Calvin Butts, for his part, complained that “the first thing you do in the United States of America when a white woman is raped, is round up a bunch of black youths.” When the victim, still disfigured and unsteady, went to the courthouse to testify, groups of black demonstrators — led by Al Sharpton — taunted her, calling her a “white slut” and a “filthy white whore,” and claiming that her boyfriend was the real rapist.

    Convicted unanimously by racially diverse juries, all five of the defendants went on to serve prison terms ranging from 5 to 12 years for their respective roles in the attack on Miss Meili. The convictions were based primarily on the confessions that the suspects themselves had made when questioned by detectives.

    The Central Park Five’s attorneys — as well as Ava DuVernay’s new Netflix series — have tried to portray the five teens as frightened little lambs who were intimidated and coerced by law-enforcement authorities into making false confessions. But in the precinct house after their apprehension, the suspects were loudly singing the rap song “Wild Thing” for an extended period of time while they laughed uproariously about what they had just done to Trisha Meili. When a police officer suggested to Raymond Santana that he should have been out with a girlfriend rather than attacking strangers in Central Park, the boy laughed and replied, “I already got mines.” These are not the words and actions of people trembling in fear.

    The coercion theory is further discredited by the fact that the interrogations of McCray, Richardson, and Santana were videotaped and, in compliance with legal requirements for cases involving minors, were conducted in the presence of a parent or guardian. Wise, meanwhile, was already 16 at the time, thus he was unaccompanied by an adult during his videotaped interrogation. Salaam was 15 but had a fake ID listing his age as 16, so his questioning began without a parent or guardian present. But before long, his mother arrived at the precinct and requested that her son be provided with a lawyer; Salaam’s confession was not videotaped.

    The video footage of McCray, Richardson, Santana, and Wise was damning indeed. Some excerpts:

    Antron McCray: “We charged her. We got her on the ground. Everybody started hitting her and stuff. She was on the ground. Everybody stomping and everything. Then we got, each — I grabbed one arm, some other kid grabbed one arm, and we grabbed her legs and stuff. Then we all took turns getting on her, getting on top of her.”

    Kevin Richardson: “Raymond [Santana] had her arms, and Steve [Lopez, who accepted a plea bargain rather than face trial] had her legs. He spread it out. And Antron [McCray] got on top, took her panties off.”

    Raymond Santana: “He was smacking her. He was saying, ‘Shut up, bitch!’ Just smacking her…. I was grabbing the lady’s tits.”

    Kharey Wise: “This was my first rape.”

    When investigators at one point asked the fifth suspect, Yusef Salaam, why he had tried to smash the victim’s skull, he replied, “It was fun.”

    Some additional pieces of evidence also demonstrate that the Central Park Five were very much involved in the attack against Miss Meili:

    While being driven to the police precinct shortly after his apprehension, Raymond Santana blurted out: “I had nothing to do with the rape. All I did was feel the woman’s tits.”
    Yusef Salaam told a detective who interviewed him: “I was there, but I didn’t rape her.”
    Kevin Richardson — whose underwear was stained with semen, grass, and dirt – told an acquaintance shortly after the attack: “We just raped somebody.”
    On April 20th, both Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana independently brought investigators to the precise location where the previous night’s attack had occurred. Richardson, for his part, told the detective: “This is where we got her … where the raping occurred.”
    In the company of his father, Richardson told investigators that the source of several scratches on his neck had been the fingernails of a desperate Trisha Meili.
    When Kharey Wise on April 20th went with a detective and an Assistant District Attorney to the scene of the previous night’s attack, he said: “Damn, damn that’s a lot of blood. Damn, this is really bad, that’s a lot of blood…. I knew she was bleeding, but I didn’t know how bad she was. It was really dark. I couldn’t see how much blood there was at night.”
    Wise also told a detective that someone named “Rudy” had fondled the jogger’s breasts and stolen her Walkman. His knowledge about the existence of the Walkman was highly significant, for at that time, not even the police were yet aware that the jogger had been carrying such a device.
    Two of Wise’s friends testified that the day after the attack on Miss Meili, Wise had told them: “You heard about that woman that was beat up and raped in the park last night? That was us!”
    One of the numerous young people who were arrested for their participation in the various Central Park attacks of April 19th stated, on videotape, that he had heard Raymond Santana and another boy laughing about “how they ‘made a woman bleed.’”

    • swanspirit says:

      There is more, explaining how De Blasio acquiesced to settling with these thugs for millions, when they never should have gotten a dime. They should be making restitution to their victim.

    • Dora says:

      The fact that the dems are defending these savages makes me unspeakably angry. I could cry for that girl all over again. And she was just a girl then.

    • Constance says:

      Leftists and Dems hate women.

  27. lyn says:

    If you haven’t bought a yellow vest yet, We Build The Wall is selling them for $14.95, plus $5.95 shipping. It’s under accessories.

    I bought one.

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  30. SHV says:

    Well that was a first, a Trojan condom Tv ad during NBA finals game.

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    He’s too nice.

  35. DeniseVB says:

    This was a fun race to watch.

  36. elliesmom says:

    It’s an odd-numbered day! Trump is sane! And it’s a rainy day- so far.

  37. Dora says:

    What is it?

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    Kids today.

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