Donald Trump has completely unhinged meltdown as everything closes in on him at once

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Everything has come to a head at once for Donald Trump this week. The coronavirus has put a spotlight on the fact that he’s fraudulently defunded key emergency programs, and that he’s surrounded himself with inept idiots. The stock market crash is a reminder that he has no idea what he’s doing with the economy. His penchant for conspiracy theories is blowing up in his face, now that his coronavirus conspiracy theories are merely enraging the public.

Trump went nearly an entire day without tweeting anything, a sign that perhaps he couldn’t figure out how to fight back against the fact that everything is caving in on him. When he did finally speak up, he tweeted this gem:

“Anti-Trump Network @CNN doing whatever it can to stoke a national Coronavirus panic. The far left Network pretty much ignoring anyone who they interview who doesn’t blame President Trump.” @trish_regan @FoxNews Media refuses to discuss the great job our professionals are doing!

Wait, really? So he’s trying to convince the public that they’re only worried about the coronavirus due to a media hoax? Not only is no one outside his drooling base going to buy that, it merely proves to politically undecided types that he doesn’t belong in office. If Trump’s first tweet wasn’t bad enough, he turned around and posted this nonsense:

Do Nothing Democrats were busy wasting their time on the Impeachment Hoax, & anything they could do to make the Republican Party look bad, while I was busy calling early boarder & flight closings, putting us way ahead in our battle with the Coronavirus. Dems called it very wrong!

Okay then. Donald Trump now apparently wants us to believe that the coronavirus is the fault of impeachment, or something like that. He’s arguing that because he built his imaginary border wall, we’re all magically safe from the virus. And to add insult to injury, he clearly still has no idea how to spell “border.” This guy is melting down in real time, because he knows he has no idea how to handle any of this.

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