Last year, shortly after having illegitimately won the election, Donald Trump spent New Year’s Eve talking about “enemies” and those who “lost” to him. This evening, Trump managed to top it by going even deeper into the well of resentfulness, proving just how miserable he truly is, and how thoroughly the walls are collapsing in on him. This miserable coot couldn’t be any more unhappy. Take a look at the stupidity he just tweeted.
For reference, here’s what Trump tweeted a year ago today: “Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do. Love!” Here’s what he tweeted just now: “As our Country rapidly grows stronger and smarter, I want to wish all of my friends, supporters, enemies, haters, and even the very dishonest Fake News Media, a Happy and Healthy New Year. 2018 will be a great year for America!”
Even when Trump is half heartedly trying to sound quasi-presidential, he still ends up coming across like an infant who can’t stop whining. This guy should be happy, or satisfied, or gloating, right? He managed to steal the presidency by committing treason, and he hasn’t yet gone to prison for it. He’s managing to steal the nation’s money and stick it in his own pocket on a daily basis, while doing almost no work and playing golf all day. Yet he’s coming off like a guy who has lost everything, or is about to lose everything. All he can focus on is his “enemies” and “haters.” There may be a reason for that.
Despite Donald Trump’s legendary obliviousness, and his increasing senility, it appears he knows deep down that he’s completely screwed. He’s spent a lifetime committing serious crimes, and now that he accidentally ended up as president, those crimes are all being exposed. His entire life of crime is about to come home to roost. He’ll die in prison and he’ll be remembered as a traitor. It’s why, even in the rare moment where he’s trying to impersonate a human, he’s still obsessed with those who are going to take him down.
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