Trump Tweets “GREAT JOB,” for Thursday’s Open Thread

Trump Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

It’s Thursday.

President Randomized Caps-lock has tweeted 3 times so far for Thursday.

In his first tweet he thanked the National Guard for handling “the protesters, agitators, anarchists (ANTIFA),” VERY easily as he hid behind large fences surrounding our White House.

The protesters =’s People Constitutionally protected to peacefully assemble to show their displeasure at the government, a businesses, or simply a park planning on cutting down an old tree.

S.S. =’s The United States Secret Service abbreviated as U.S.S.S..


On June 1st, 2020, President Drama Queen staged a national address to the people he represents threatening said people with military action in order to quell the civil unrest that resulted after the video recorded death of George Floyd in police custody went viral.

Following his threatening of U.S. citizens, to complete the dictator look, President Drama Queen aka President Coward walked from the White House across the street to St. Johns Church where he held his Bible upside and posed for photos.

In order for President Dictator to pose for the photo-op, pesky American citizens peacefully, largely peacefully, gathered outside the White House between himself and the Church that had suffered a fire the night before had to be moved.

And moved they were, with mounted police, D.C. police, the National Guard, and Federal Prison riot police.

After the dust settled and President Wants to be a Dictator so Badly waddled back to his fortress of solitude, images of the gassed peaceful protesters being gassed and the outrage from the leaders of St. Johns surfaced, the denials from D.C. began.

In response to those denials the Washington Post reviewed hours upon hours of footage and established a timeline of the events that unfolded on June 1st, 2020.

Many things in the video confirm what we already knew as we watched the events unfold live on TV. However, one piece of audio they report came from law enforcement at 6:21 p.m. D.C. time says, “John can you just confirm when you have all the grenadiers and shields with you.”

Washington Post YouTube timeline from June 1st, 2020, Lafayette Square. 06/08/2020.

I had to look up the term “grenadiers,” as I have never heard it before, and though the Post explained, I wanted to verify their definition.

According to Police, Grenadiers are; Trained grenadiers should be present and able to skillfully deliver less than lethal or less lethal munitions to specific targets on suspects in a crowd that pose an imminent threat to officers, and others. These grenadiers also need to be able to follow legal protocol and utilize chemical munitions to disperse an unlawful assembly that refuses to disperse, after being given lawful commands.

The days that have followed the horrible display by leaders of this country have seen retired generals and military officials rebuke President Not Strong-Man.

On Friday the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, who was present for the terrible not a good idea photo-op, apologized for his role in the events on June 1st.

He explains during his Keynote Address to the National Defense University Class of 2020 Graduates that as a “commissioned uniformed officer it was a mistake,” for him to be present in Lafayette Square with President Photo-op giving the perception that the military was involved in domestic policy. He adds that it was a mistake he has learned from stressing the need for the military to remain and be seen as apolitical.

The New York Times was the first to report Milley’s apology that was a prerecorded message as the National Defense University’s graduation was virtual.

After praising law enforcement’s handling of “the protesters,” President Macho Man tweets how political rival former Vice President Joe Biden is still stuck in his “basement.”

*note: I’m using the above tweets for their photo content not the content of their actual words they use in their tweets. Between time limitations and copyright issues, I had to take what I could get.*

As to Seattle: On Wednesday President Hides Behind Fences and Tweets, tweeted at Governor Jay Inslee Democrat from Washington state and mentioned the Mayor of Seattle without naming her and told them that if they did not get control of the city he would. He also said that “these ugly Anarchists must be stooped…”

The unnamed Mayor Jenny Durkan responded via tweet.

The New York Times reports that following nightly cycles of standoffs between police and Seattle protesters which ended at times in clouds of tear gas and backlash over the Seattle Police Departments dispersal tactics, Seattle police this week offered a concession: Officers would abandon their precinct, board up the windows and let the protesters have free rein outside.

In a neighborhood that is the heart of the city’s art and culture — threatened these days as rising tech wealth brings in gentrification — protesters seized the moment. They reversed the barricades to shield the liberated streets and laid claim to several city blocks, now known as the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.”

What has emerged is an experiment in life without the police — part street festival, part commune. Hundreds have gathered to hear speeches, poetry and music. On Tuesday night, dozens of people sat in the middle of an intersection to watch “13th,” the Ava DuVernay film about the criminal justice system’s impact on African-Americans. On Wednesday, children made chalk drawings in the middle of the street.

One block had a designated smoking area. Another had a medic station. At the “No Cop Co-op,” people could pick up a free LaCroix sparkling water or a snack. No currency was accepted, but across the street, in a nod to capitalism, a bustling stand was selling $6 hot dogs. It was dealing in U.S. dollars.

The New York Times. 06/11/2020.

The fire chief, Harold Scoggins was there Wednesday chatting with the protesters “helping set up a call with the police department and making sure the area had portable toilets and sanitation services.”

Scoggins said in an interview, “I have no idea where we’re headed. We’ve been working step by step on how to build a relationship, build trust in small things, so we can figure this out together.”

A spokesperson for Mayor Durkan told CNN, “City officials have not interacted with ‘armed Antifa militants’ at this site, but will continue to be on site to monitor the situation closely.”

CNN also reports that city officials claim despite internet rumors they have no indication that the area is occupied by or being run by left-wing activist groups under the umbrella of Antifa.

President Fire-starter moves away from campaigning to all-caps us, again.

According to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy the most well-known sentence from American thinker George Santayana also happens to be one of the least accurately quoted sentences, the actual quote according to them is; “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” (The Life of Reason: Reason in Common Sense. Scribner’s, 1905: 284).

This tweet can be reference to several things given the climate of today, NASCAR announced on Wednesday they would no longer allow the confederate flag to be displayed during their events or on NASCAR properties.

There is a growing debate about renaming several U.S. military bases, which is actually what I think he is referencing in his all-caps misquote.

Late Wednesday President Insane tweeted three tweets, followed shortly thereafter by a press briefing from the White House.

Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany offered a statement regarding the base name changes to the press after her late announced press briefing.

The statement is just the three tweets, they even copied his randomized capital lettering and all caps locks.

The tweets posted on Wednesday came after it was reported that the Pentagon was open to discussing name changes though the base name changes had not been proposed.

On Thursday the GOP-led Senate Arms Services Committee reportedly has adopted an amendment behind closed doors that would require the Pentagon to remove names of Confederate generals from U.S. military assets within a three years.

In his last tweet so far ahead of his visit to Dallas, Texas, to campaign, and talk over faith leaders, and community members, President With a Good Brain bashes the Federal Reserve, again.

Currently the DOW is down -1,400 points, with the NASDAQ down -393 points, and the S&P 500 down -143 points.

According to Yahoo Finance’s YouTube live Market Coverage, the slide down is in response to the spike in coronavirus cases seen in an estimated 14 states following Memorial Day and the newly released jobless claims figures that say 1.54 million last week filed for unemployment.

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