This Is A Speech???

The Idiot-in-Chief spoke to a group of people outside of Pittsburgh yesterday.  We paid the costs for him to go there and give a speech, the title of which was “America’s Energy Dominance and Manufacturing Revival.”  The title is a joke anyway, for the U.S. in no way dominates energy, and in fact we are failing to do what we need to in promoting renewable energy over fossil fuel energy.  But, beyond that, the entire speech was a joke.  Let’s look at a few of the things he said … my own snarky remarkys are in blue.

On the supposed benefits of natural gas over renewable energy: “When the wind stops blowing, it doesn’t make any difference does it? Unlike those big windmills that destroy everybody’s property values, kill all the birds. One day the environmentalists are going to tell us what’s going on with that. And then all of a sudden it stops. The wind and the televisions go off. And your wives and husbands say: ‘Darling, I want to watch Donald Trump on television tonight. But the wind stopped blowing and I can’t watch. There’s no electricity in the house, darling.’”  Is it clear to everybody now that Trump has no conception of how wind and solar energy work, and that he is in the pockets of the fossil fuel industry?

On his love of trucks: “I love cranes, I love trucks of all types. Even when I was a little boy at 4 years old, my mother would say, ‘You love trucks.’ I do, I always loved trucks, I still do. Nothing changes — sometimes you know you might become president, but nothing changes — I still love trucks. Especially when I look at the largest crane in the world, that’s very cool. You think I’ll get to operate it? We’ll put the media on it and I’ll give them a little ride, right?”  This is relevant to anything … how?

On pundits suggesting he might not leave office willingly: “Can you imagine if I got a fair press? I mean, we’re leading without it; can you imagine if these people treated me fairly? The election would be over. Have they ever called off an election before? Just said, ‘Look just let’s go, go on four more years.’ You want to really drive them crazy? Go to #ThirdTerm, #FourthTerm — you’ll drive them totally crazy.”  Be afraid, my friends, for this is not the first time he’s alluded to overstaying his welcome.

On what Trump perceives as a trade imbalance with Japan: “They send us thousands and thousands — millions of cars, we send them wheat. Wheat. That’s not a good deal. And they don’t even want our wheat. They do it because they want us to at least feel that we’re OK, you know, they do it to make us feel good.”  This remark is just so utterly stupid that I’m left stuttering.  No nation is buying anything just to “make us feel good”!  We’re talking international trade, not a game of checkers!

On the price tag of the presidency: “This thing is costing me a fortune, being president. Somebody said, ‘Oh, he might have rented a room to a man from Saudi Arabia for $500.’ What about the $5 billion that I’ll lose — you know, it’s probably going to cost me, including, upside, downside, lawyers, because every day they sue me for something. These are the most litigious people. It’s probably costing me from $3 to $5 billion for the pleasure of being — and I couldn’t care less, I don’t care. You know if you’re wealthy, it doesn’t matter. I just want to do a great job.”  Trump is profiting “bigly” from being president!  First, he and his children travel all over the world at our expense.  Foreign dignitaries stay in Trump hotels when they visit the U.S.  And here’s one for you … just yesterday, an article in Politico said that the U.S. Secret Service had spent some $20,000 at a Trump hotel in Canada when they had to accompany Trump’s eldest son on one of his hunting trips.  Trust me, Trump is racking in the dough from this gig. He went on to ramble about such things as the Academy Awards, Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren, once again referring to Warren as “Pocahontas”.  It was, for all intents and purposes, naught more than a campaign rally, though it was intended to be a presidential speech at a new Shell facility that is nearing completion in Pittsburgh.  And here’s the kicker … he took credit for Shell building the facility, but Shell actually announced the facility back in 2012, when Barack Obama was president.  It had not a thing to do with Donald Trump.

The stock market is taking a hit today.  I wonder who he will manage to blame for that … Hillary Clinton?Shaub

43 thoughts on “This Is A Speech???

  1. I can not bear to even hear his voice anymore, never mind listen to the psycho-babble of his ‘speeches”. It’s so bad now that I even have problems listening to Stephen Colbert who does a really bad impression of the cheeto.

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    • I know what you mean, and it isn’t only his voice that I hate, but his facial contortions and his stupid tiny hand gestures. Those facial contortions, particularly, make me wonder if he is truly mentally deranged, for I’ve never seen anybody twist their face into such ugliness before. Sigh.

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  2. I get the impression that you won’t be voting for Trump in 2020… Maybe he’s planning to be a stand-up comic if he doesn’t win the election, and he’s just been practicing his routine at these rallies. If his lack of knowledge weren’t so dangerous given his position and power, it would be funny.

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    • Why, whatever could have given you that impression??? 😉 I read tonight that he told some crowd that if they didn’t vote for him next year, the economy would crash. I do hope that his supporters can find a way to remove their blinders and ear plugs in the next 15 months!!! Sigh.


  3. Benjamin could give a more coherent and factual speech about wind and solar energy, in all likelihood he already knows more than Trump! Actually, that is insulting to Benjamin, as it is beyond question that Trump’s knowledge is nil in this area. Judging from the portions of this speech that you have shared I could never have endured listening to this “rubbish”, it also clearly appears to have originated from his own shrinking brain cells. Mayhaps the teleprompter was not plugged into a reliable energy source or the written speech was caught up in a wind turbine. There is little solace in the fact that IF Trump is re-elected in 2020, there is some hope that he will not live to see 2024…but then again, chances are neither will I! Thank-you!

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    • Heck, Benjamin is intellectually so far superior to Trump that there can be no comparison! No teleprompter on this one … no script … just pure, unadulterated Trump at his finest. Cough, choke, gasp.


  4. Jill, I usually don’t pay too much attention to what the US president says, most often reading when he gets to an issue of substance. It amounts to his propensity for untruthfulness and incoherent thought, often repeating a phrase three to five times.

    As for wind energy, he uses old anecdotes that have been largely overcome. As for trade and tariiffs, it is surprising how little this financial person knows. As for China paying for tariffs, either he does not know how they work or he is purposefully lying. Probably a little of both. Keith

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    • I try not to pay any attention to his inane speeches and tweets, but this one just caught my eye and it was one of those WTF moments that just begged to be called out. He doesn’t understand literally anything that is science-based, not fossil fuels and the damage they are doing, not renewables … nada, zip, zilch. All he understands is that people are giving him lots’a money to roll back the environmental protections, so … wow, look at all that money! And trucks … big trucks … oooooohhhhh.

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  5. Too many people buy into the blame game. Doesn’t help when media groups like the BBC publish these utterings as fact. Our numpty was blaming Europe for everything today. The best one was him moaning that the EU had not offered a deal which suited the U.K. What a twit. Why should they, we asked to leave. But the BBC ran the story as if it was fact.

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    • One of the differences in Trump and Boris is the latter uses bigger words to be untruthful and exaggerate. I believe all news should clearly indicate when statements are not supported by facts.

      By the way, what is up with Nigel Farage attacking the royal family? Picking a fight with Harry and Meghan is unwise. Keith

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    • The media here have certainly made their share of mistakes, as well. I thought they had learned a lesson after the disastrous results of 2016, but … I guess not. Yep, our politicians will not accept responsibility, but will always look for someone to blame. Today, our stock market plunged more than 800 points, or 3%. I’m still waiting to see who Trump will blame that one on. My guess? Obama.

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