Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Wiretaps, Russian hacking, and really existential foreign threats: this gets dangerous when truth is loss
I’m not sure what to make of Donald Trump's @POTUS Twitter storm yesterday as he apparently watched the hearings rather than doing his job.
The Washington Post writes a Fact Checker, “President Trump’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Twitter day, here. I'm reminded of the really bad President's Day Blue Monday that Milo Yiannopoulos experienced recently.
Trump seems to find in Comey’s statement about “unmasking” American citizens some sort of evidence backing up his fantasy that Obama wiretapped the Trump Tower. But Comey denied right off the bat that there was any such evidence.
No question, the US relations with Britain and Germany are already embarrassed, and Trump faces an accelerating and existential threat from North Korea that seems to have been kept on a back burner. North Korea may be much closer to having ICBM’s that can reach the entire US than anyone had imagined, and it might have the ability to direct an EMP attack from a satellite.
No wonder the doomsday prepper crowd is (ironically) so active on Facebook.
The criminal investigation of the Russian activities with respect to last year’s election are becoming a side show.. Noubt, Vladimir Putin really did hate Hillary that much.
FEE's Julian Adorney writes "The Media and Trump are both to blame for the death of truth". Truth. remember, is "the eternal feminine".