Trump’s “Accomplishments”, Thus Far…

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So now the trumpanzees are putting out this meme, glorifying Cheeto Jesus, and showing him to be sooo accomplished.

trump accomplishments

scooby laughing

Yeah, that’s the way any reasonable person feels, after reading that garbage, even after losing a couple of points of IQ.

OK, let’s break this laughably unrealistic stupidity down, so even a trumpanzee can understand.

Unemployment: Through no effort of his own, unless you can show me some EO or legislation that had an actual, measurable effect (and he hasn’t signed ANY legislation, in all this time).

Reinvestment: Again, that’s the efforts of others, not Thump. If you’re going to say he inspires confidence in the market, he doesn’t .
Also, if you look into a lot of what Thump says, you’ll see he’s just flat-out lying.  For instance, when he claimed he was reponsble for the SoftBank investments:
Budget Surplus: Come one.
Budget is a congressional responsibility, not that of the Executive, and he literally hasn’t done CRAP.
Hell, the budget he’s looking to pass was approved by the Slave Party Confederates, meaning it’s definitely not good for America.


In fact, he’s even looking to keep funding Planned Parenthood.

Stock Market:  Now, it’s funny how, years ago, people decided that the Stock Market was not a reliable indicator of the economy.  It was decided that it was just something that showed how well certain corporate interests were doing, but not the nation, as a whole. Now, all of a sudden, when it rises under Thump, that’s showing that the national economy is doing like gangbusters.  Even funnier, though, that they don’t mention that that same market nosedived, and certainly won’t pin it on Thump.

Political turbulence in Washington finally morphed into market risk on Wall Street, putting a dent in the 401(k) account balances of investors who until now had been benefiting from the “Trump Rally.”

The Dow Jones industrial average closed down 372.82 points, or 1.8%, to 20,607, Wednesday — its biggest daily point and percentage drop in eight months — as mounting political troubles for Donald Trump have raised fears that the president will have difficulty getting his economic agenda passed through Congress.

“There’s a growing concern that the Republicans in Congress are going to become so preoccupied with the White House mess that they won’t be able to move on their agenda,” which includes a plan to cut taxes and sizable spending on infrastructure, said Tom Block, a policy strategist for Wall Street research firm Fundstrat Global Advisors.

Thanks to the market’s “Trump Bump,” someone who had invested $100,000 in an index fund tracking the 500 largest U.S. companies on Election Day would have seen that money grow to $112,300 at the market’s recent record high on May 15 after a 12.3% rally. But that same investor would have suffered a loss of roughly $2,044 in Wednesday’s stock selloff which resulted in a 1.8% loss for the S&P 500 stock index.

Stocks sold off on reports that Trump back in February allegedly asked then-F.B.I director James Comey if the law enforcement agency could shut down its probe of ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. This latest controversy follows news earlier this week that he disclosed classified information to Russian diplomats. There are also ongoing questions over the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia leading up to last year’s presidential election.

The U.S. stock market, which had been moving steadily higher in calm trading since Trump was elected, is suddenly showing signs of nervousness. Wednesday’s selloff marked the first time Trump’s woes have had an outsize negative effect on stocks. Investors had been focusing on an improving U.S. economy and strong corporate earnings in the first quarter rather than the president’s struggle to push forward his economic proposals.

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Consumer Confidence:   Not necessarily.  It’s higher than under Obama, but, again, it’s looking like a bubble that will burst, and burst soon.  Thump, himself, has delivered on absolutely nothing, and people are starting to see this.  The initial euphoria over a mediocre-to-piss-poor businessman

taking over after economic illiterate Obama is starting to wear off, now that they see Thump is just as much the economic illiterate that Obama ever was, or that Hillary Clinton could ever be.


Investor jitters were also visible in stocks’ wild price swings, with the Dow closing down more than 300 points for the first time since Sept. 9 and the market-leading Nasdaq composite declining 2.6%  Money also moved into so-called safe haven assets, such as gold, which rallied 2% to $1,260.40 per ounce, and U.S. government bonds, where the yield on the 10-year Treasury note dipped to 2.22%, its lowest level since mid-April. A closely watched Wall Street “fear gauge,” which had recently touched a 24-year low, jumped more than 40% Wednesday, although the fear level remains below its longer-term average.

The Conference Board measure of consumer confidence slipped modestly in January to 111.8 from a revised 113.3. In the last two months of the year, i.e. after the election, this gauge surged by almost 13 points to a 15-year high, so a small pullback in January is certainly not a cause for concern. The composition of the January results are encouraging at the margin. In December, the present situation component sank by 9 points while expectations soared by 12 points. In contrast, this month, assessments of the current situation rebounded by 6 points while expectations were tempered. In my view, this is a healthier mix, as a jump in confidence driven solely by expectations is of course subject to disappointment. The fact that households viewed the actual economic landscape as better in January provides a more robust basis on which to pin hopes of a continued strong consumer performance in 2017.

Just to put the overall consumer confidence picture into perspective, the January Conference Board reading is the second-best of the cycle and the third-best since 2001, while the University of Michigan sentiment gauge established its highest level since 2004 in January. Consumers are feeling pretty positive, hopeful that President Trump can deliver the goods on the economy.

Legislation:  So he’s passed & signed 32 bills.  What, or who, exactly, has he helped (besides Planned Parenthood, which he has unconstitutionally extended funding for)? One bill he wanted passed was the one where he increased Big Government involvement in private health care (and failed).  Signing laws isn’t necessarily a good accomplishment. Franklin Roosevelt beat Thump, and his regime was a racist atrocity.  Like the saying goes:  “quality, not quantity”.

Supreme Court:  I wouldn’t say anything positive about putting an ungodly abortionist on the bench.

If you claim you’re “pro-life” and fight to get a judge that lies about Roe v Wade being law – and not an opinion – and says unborn children aren’t entitled to 14th Amendment protections, you’re not pro-life.  People that kill children face a terrible punishment, and I imagine this crooked judge will reap what he sewed, and so will Thump.

“If men fight, and hurt a woman with child, so that she gives birth prematurely, yet no harm follows, he shall surely be punished accordingly as the woman’s husband imposes on him; and he shall pay as the judges determine. But if any harm follows, then you shall give life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, burn for burn, wound for wound, stripe for stripe.” –Exodus 21:22-25

Killed the TPP:

spock bitch please

People stopped talking about this, back during the Obama Regime.  Now, he  (and his trumpanzees) thinks he’s accomplished something, because he “killed” a matter that was so far off the back burner, it fell off the fucking stove.

Border Security:  Honestly, while he’s called for increased security, there has been no such deployment, as far as I know.  Let’s also not forget that he’s got his special interest illegal alien group that he’s making a protected class in the country, instead of dealing with, in accordance to the law.

AP – President Donald Trump says young immigrants shielded from deportation — often referred to as “dreamers” — should “rest easy” about his immigration policies.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Trump says he is “not after the dreamers, we are after the criminals.” He says “that is our policy.”

President Barack Obama changed enforcement priorities to protect many young people brought to the country illegally as children from deportation.

However, deportations have increased, and this is, from what I understand, due to a direct order from the Executive (Thump), to the DHS.  This very much is a positive step.

$100,000,000.00 to Flint:  Not necessarily.

Also, be aware that I am no fan of Snopes, and consider them liars.  However, in this case, it looks substantiated.

seems legit


Then, there’s Communist China.  He lied on his pledge to name them currency manipulators, so they could do a couple of steps above diddly in dealing with the NORKS

And Russia.

And global warming BS.

Government Agencies:  He claims he’s looking to cut and trim them, yet he’s pushing for more government intervention in health care, and to truly make the State a nanny by getting into child care.

Energy:  Supposedly Thump is an energy champion, even though he’s signed a bill to make America more dependent on Canadian oil, instead of tapping our own, and he still won’t release lands back to the states, so that could happen.

Really, this is pathetic.  He’s no better than Obama.

Iobama trump orange is the new black

I’m not impressed.


I am Virus-X, REPUBLIC COMMANDO, and I approve this message.

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~ by virusx on May 28, 2017.

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