Trump thinks David Lynch is not being at all ironic about G.O.A.T. POTUS

 Trump thinks David Lynch is not being at all ironic about G.O.A.T. POTUS

“If you say you never thought of beating up Donald Trump then you’re probably lying. And as if somebody listened to that thought of yours, New York street performer Kalan Sherrard dressed as the greasiest -pun intended, politician on the planet and allowed New York City’s passersby to punch him for $ 5. Wearing a Trump mask and dressed in a suit, the known activist artist even offered a whole menu of embarrassing assaults, as people were allowed to do various things to his Trump, from taking a photo with him for $ 2 to pissing on him for $ 300.”



(Note: Breitbart comes up as an unsafe website so one should beware about the link)

Only a deluded dotard would think that he was being complimented, especially by David Lynch, but then again Trump  is a bit of a goat-… herder, or an eraser-head.

Because 45* lives for those celebrity endorsements. He’ll certainly have something celebrity-related when Summer Zervos gets hold of those tapes and Trump gets his “I did not have sex with that woman moment”.

More likely one of Trump’s ghost-tweeters is trying to suck-up to Breitbart. Maybe even Steve Bannon suggested this was something to quote, because Trump probably didn’t read the whole Guardian article, if at all.

We know he does look at the RWNJ websites of Drudge and Breitbart, so we know his desperation continues. And there were several “witch hunt” tweet blurts today, one right after this weird Lynch shout-out.

Then again, Trump has given us a Twin Peaks presidency and Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the Log Lady. 

He is undecided about Donald Trump. “He could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he has disrupted the thing so much. No one is able to counter this guy in an intelligent way.” While Trump may not be doing a good job himself, Lynch thinks, he is opening up a space where other outsiders might. “Our so-called leaders can’t take the country forward, can’t get anything done. Like children, they are. Trump has shown all this.”…

Trump in South Carolina…


Both the Breitbart article and Trump’s retweet show how hungry the Republican right is for acceptance by Hollywood. They are so famished for celebrity praise that they’ll even take it in the form of very ironic and slippery statement from a film director who loves to cultivate an air of mystery.

On the plus side, this whole farce could redeem itself if Donald Trump screens Mulholland Drivein the White House.…

James Buchanan, who was at the helm as the United States careened into civil war, was dislodged from his position as our nation’s worst president by our current president, Trump.

His Oval Office predecessor, Barack Obama, shot into the Top 10, up from 18th in the previous survey. Ulysses S. Grant also got a bump, up seven places from 2014, perhaps owing to a strong assist from Ron Chernow’s recent masterpiece.

The biggest declines were for Bill Clinton, arguably the result of contemporary scorn for his treatment of women, and Andrew Jackson, for evolving attitudes on his treatment of Native Americans.

 Trump thinks David Lynch is not being at all ironic about G.O.A.T. POTUS

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