Trump is the king of fake news

Trump is the king of fake news: Trump broke America’s promise to lead the world in energy conservation with fake news that the agreement was costing jobs, yet renewable energy has already opened five times as many new jobs as those closed to fossil fuels. Trump fake news gave himself an “A” for time in office, while 75% of America polled him failing. Trump fake news termed the FBI investigation of his hidden Russia contacts “a witch hunt.” As Congress and the FBI continue to assemble evidence for further investigations, Trump fake news replies, “I have every right to talk to Russia about America’s secrets…Back channel negotiating is part of the job.” Trump fake news includes: “Climate change is a Chinese hoax, US generals know nothing, US intelligence is a farce. Comey was a nut case. Our Third Fleet is in North Korean waters responding to their missile threat,” (actually next to Australia.) Trump fake news is, “Demanding loyalty of Comey is not inappropriate…I never asked Comey to suspend his investigations.” Trump fake news is Trump’s administrative plan. Constant fake new confuses everyone, confuses truth and falsehood, and deflects blame. “I’ve already brought back a million new jobs.” The four month facts are half a million jobs, the same monthly average as under Obama for the past eight years. Trump fake news delays disclosing his taxes, his income from Russia, and his personal financial benefits accrued as POTUS. Trumps lawyers admit Trump’s tax returns show income from Russia, but Trump calls their statements fake news. “Bush and Obama were not treated as badly as me,” is Trump fake news drama. Trump leaking government security for humanitarian reasons while calling whistle blowers “traitors” is fake news baloney. Trump’s daily lies are fake news contentions. Trump’s campaign promises were fake news electioneering. Trump’s personal slurs and putdowns Trump claims he never says are more fake news lies. Trump twitters are fake news official statements. Trump’s alleged record-breaking inauguration was fake news. Smearing Sally Yates and calling her disloyal for performing her job was fake news. Berating critics, the media, US judges, US congress, and the Republican Party, the mayor of London, the German Chancellor is all fake news. “I do not badmouth anyone, I intimidated them,” is Trump justifying name-calling as fake news “deal negotiation.” Nothing Trump says is real news. Everything Trump says is fake news. Trump is the king of fake news. Calling everything he dislikes fake news is just more fake news. Even the mainstream media is guilty of promoting Trump fake news, by constantly reporting Trump fake news. Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights, CA.

 

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Nobody believes Trump

Nobody believes Trump: Trump rages against the media for taking his tweets seriously, while WH spokesperson Spicer asserts Trump tweets are policy statements. Trump says China is reining in North Korea, but offers no proof? Trump claims Obama wiretapped his offices, but provides no evidence. Breaking the US promise to curb global warming, Trump mistakenly claims US jobs are being lost, yet the records show five new green jobs opened to every fossil fuel job closed. Trump lies about everything: “Russia did not interfere in the US elections, the FBI investigation is a farce, global warming is a Chinese hoax, my inauguration was the biggest ever, I would give myself an A for accomplishments to date, Comey was showboat disliked by everyone, I lost the popular vote to thousands of illegal aliens, and Obama is not a US citizen.” Every Trump utterance is now examined for a shred of validity. Experts say, “Trump is an inveterate liar; he lies to cover up lies, lies to promote opinions he believes are true, lies to confuse the public so people don’t know a lie from the truth, and lies because he just says what he feels.” “Trump digs coal,” read signs of his base supporters. Even Trump signs are unbelievable. We all know that coal diseases kill people, but paychecks close minds. “You can’t handle the truth,” Colonel Trump would have screamed to the courtroom. Propaganda is the conquest of public opinion. Big propaganda is big lies persuading good people to do the wrong thing for right reasons. America is full of good people so confused they can’t tell right from wrong. In the long run, truth may prevail, meanwhile living with lies is your own fault. Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights, CA.

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Immigrants made America great

Immigrants made America great: Every generation of Americans has fears about new immigrants. Will they take away jobs? Will they change the American way of life? Will crime increase and neighborhoods deteriorate? Every generation’s fears about immigrants has disappeared through inevitable assimilation. German immigrants in the colonies almost started a war over taxes, yet Germans were the major contributors of troops in the Civil War against slavery. Irish were treated like dogs in burgeoning urban centers, yet built our nation’s railroad system into the world’s largest transportation network. Scandinavians opened the logging industry, Russians turned prairies into a breadbasket of wheat. Eastern Europeans were imported by entire towns to mine minerals turning western territories into states. For a hundred and fifty years Hispanics have been imported to pick fruit, garden homes, clean hospices, the grunt labor newly prosperous Americans no longer wanted. Today Hispanics make up the fastest growing and largest group of small business owners, and the majority of employers. Immigrants made America into the most powerful nation in history. Every new generation of immigrants is the hardest working and most productive workforce and the major factor imbuing new energy into those who came before. Fear of immigrants is not new. Anger at immigrants has always been used by the unscrupulous to garner power and wealth. Immigration, however, is the lifeblood of American greatness. Greed excites passions, but a greater America can only come about when the chemistry of new blood revitalizes the lassitude of routine. Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights, CA.

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Once upon a time there was a fake president of the United States.

Once upon a time there was a fake president of the United States. Everyone knew he was a fake president because he was always spouting fake news from unreliable sources, with no evidence, and full of preconceived opinions instead of facts. He had a trumped up name, but most people called him a liar. This fake president was a blowhard. He liked to call people names. It made him feel good to put down others. It made him feel even better to make those who criticized his errors feel his pain. It helped that he was able to belittle others for his own inabilities. Our fake president had a shallow mind and very little ability to reason beyond his own needs. To impress others, our fake president would make boisterous pronouncements believing loud conveyed importance. When questioned for details or clarification, Mr. fake president turned childish and petty, resentful of the idea that what he said could actually be at fault. As a result of his lack of forethought he quite often reversed himself often not knowing he had done so. He called others who changed their minds flip-floppers, yet Mr. fake was well known for being against something before he was for it then changing back without explaining why. Most of the positions this fake president held were generalized notions he had heard from acquaintances in his clique, slanted fake news stations, and those who pandered to wealth and notoriety. As a fake president, he knew he was elected to govern and expected to prepare for his lack of experience. Instead he ruled by fiat issuing daily edicts supplemented by lashing out with personal tweeting rants. Before he was elected by, what in his words was a rigged election process, this fake presidential candidate made such outrageous statements that no one thought he was capable of properly executing any public office let alone president. They were right. But it did not matter if a fake president ruled poorly. His followers did not like government and were always happy to see it fail. To complainers, the fake president would respond that he won the election––rigged or not, and he was the president––like it or not. The Republican party, whose leadership he soundly condemned, lined up behind him in lock step knowing that while they may be supporting a fake president, he was a fake they could use to obtain their political ends. People across the nation raged in protests. In every town hall they called his policies damned. Republicans feared a backlash, but knowing the public was fickle, they hoped enough time would pass that people would forget. The key, Republicans reasoned, was cutting taxes, cutting regulations, and cutting expenditures. Make enough money and who cares about fake presidents, party principles and ethical standards. Big bank accounts rule. Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights, CA.

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Cutting regulations sells freedom for profits

Cutting regulations sells freedom for profits: Liberty and freedom only exist as citizen rights when established by mutual consent of the people. Rules and regulations define what the citizens have agreed to as good for the community as a whole. Regulations that are cut, reduced and restricted, for special interests such as business profit, take away citizen liberty and freedom. Citizens of a country own the land and the rights to exploit all resources. Business is a privilege, not a right, granted by the people. Business does not have the right to use the wealth generated by its commercial privileges to purchase (bribe, fund, or financially persuade) control of government and thereby restrict regulations to the detriment of the community, particularly when regulation cuts are made in order to increase profits. Cutting EPA regulations, ignoring man-made damage to the climate, and creating new laws that negatively affect clean air, clean water, and a clean environment take away the rights of citizens to control their own destiny. We are all lesser for the fact that government control is in the hands of those who would sell our liberty and freedom for the price of unhealthy jobs. Money should never be so all-powerful that the greatness of a nation is determined by the wealth of its citizens. Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights, CA.

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America is burning

America is burning

The beacon shining on the hill is fading.

Lady Liberty hangs her head. Greater profits

Kindle fires of destructive government, while

Wealth has Reform under constant threat.

 

Decades of protective regulations are destroyed

In the name of harmful employment;

National monuments up for sale

To the quick buck and cheap paycheck.

 

An inveterate liar pollutes the White House,

Tarnishes the office of the President;

Ten million dreams subverted by unfounded fears,

Propaganda strangles, truth asphyxiates.

 

Steeped in fake news, too many

Tire of shouldering a heavy load, find fault

In generosity, turn away the needy,

Finding solace in unfounded evidence.

 

We are all lesser for government control

In hands which would sell our liberty

for the price of profits. Money should

Never be the greatness of a nation.

Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights, CA.

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“See No Evil” enables evi

“See No Evil” enables evil: If something inconveniences profits, Trump doesn’t want to hear about it. Jobs mean ignoring harmful burning coal and other fossil fuels and disbanding greenhouse gas analysis and throwing away their findings. Trump wants to bring back the coal industry. Coal mining and burning kills people. Support Trump’s jobs and you support their evil consequences. “Employees who want jobs,” taunts a smug Trump, “must live with health problems.” Don’t expect Trump to care about American workers when profits are at stake. Don’t expect the unemployed to turn down a paycheck no matter the risk. To Trump the Clean Power Plan as anti-jobs, the Consumer Protection Agency as anti-jobs, and Climate Change a Chinese hoax to steal US jobs, regardless that Mar-a-Lago is sinking in Florida saltwater. Trump has called Keystone protests anti-jobs, the Affordable Care Act a job killer, indeed every government regulation as limiting jobs. Do we really need jobs that harm people? Are corporations so special their profits are above the law? Profits have no ethics, no morals, no accountability. Trump wants to sell attack planes to African genocide-dealing rebels, tanks to Middle Eastern fringe groups, and arm both India and Pakistan against each other. Without regulations injuries, sickness and earlier deaths make America’s workers pay the ultimate price for “See No Evil” values. Indifference, no matter how you view it, is just another face of evil. Richard Dorsey, Hacienda Heights, CA.

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