Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Can You Spot the Lunatic?

One of these men is not in his right mind. Hint: he's wearing a blue suit.



You might recall that, before Trump's inauguration, American intel officials warned their allied colleagues that sensitive intelligence shared with Washington might no longer be secure. They couldn't vouch that Trump was beyond Moscow's reach. That outraged Republicans. It turns out that warning was right on the money.



8 comments:

liberalandlovingit! said...

This photo is sick-making on so many levels. Entertaining the enemy with such enjoyment should be an impeachable offence. Before anything was even said.
He held on to Flynn for 18!!!DAYS! after being expressly warned. Turtle Island's in big trouble.
Vlad helped write the Republican platform, remember?

The Mound of Sound said...


When I look at that photo, LALI, I think it's obvious why Trump always sports that angry, defiant visage. When he's not grimacing he looks like an old goof.

libscum said...

They look like they are having so much fun. What, with their "Tass photographer" and all. I'm sure that the "photographer" didn't leave anything at all behind in the White House. Nothing at all.

liberalandlovingit! said...

He also has a disconcerting jaw-grind that presents as an amphetamine addiction.

Then there are the rages, paranoia and futile wheel-spinning that are apparent.

Observations are courtesy of my street-level life.

The Mound of Sound said...

Jeebus, say it ain't so, LALI

liberalandlovingit! said...

ok?

liberalandlovingit! said...

Sorry. Was I only stating the obvious again?

John B. said...

The grimacing expression that he's normally seen wearing was designed by his personal stylist and fabricated by his personal greasepainter during "The Apprentice". He takes it out of the drawer for interviews and rallies. The mouth has that squeezed appearance as a result of the procedure that left the vertical slit where the Adams apple would normally be observed. He prefers the right side with line of sight descending at fifteen degrees from the camera. This photographer pulled a fast one.