Why is QAnon so obsessed with taking down cults?

by Sigmund FreudSince taking office, President Donald Trump has come to be something of a , accusing others of what he himself has been accused of, from obstruction of justice to his frequent claims that many people dont know things he apparently just learned or doesnt understand. One of the easiest "tells" on Trump is the simplest one–projection. The things where he most vehemently criticizes others are almost always things in which he is often guilty himself. This is the the same guy who has gone apeshit on Amazon, various media outlets, the NFL… https://t.co/x8njLrdijT — Steve Singiser (@stevesingiser) July 10, 2019 When Trump (or someone in his orbit, like Brett Kavanaugh) is accused of something, its members nearly always …

Trump’s Fourth of July celebration helped bankrupt DC security fund

In a letter to the president, the citys mayor said the fund is running a $6m deficit for the fiscal year Donald Trumps Salute to America Fourth of July event in Washington and subsequent protests cost the District of Columbias security fund $1.7m, a sum that has contributed to the bankruptcy of the fund, according to the mayor of Washington DC. according to the Washington Post. ABC news featured a rally and a bombastic show of military might, including F-22 Raptors, a B-2 stealth bomber and six Blue Angel F-18s flying over the Washington monument. The controversial event also included two Abrams tanks and two Bradley fighting vehicles.

This Fourth of July, Trump will star in a movie of his own making

We will view the presidents remake of Gladiator, the Oscar-winning tale of a debauched and self-venerating Roman emperor Donald Trump won the presidency but never scored an Emmy for the Apprentice despite 15 seasons and 192 episodes. Come this Independence Day, however, the president will star in a movie of his own making. On the Fourth of July, the president will produce and take center stage in his own remake of Gladiator, Ridley Scotts Academy Award-winning tale of a debauched and self-venerating Roman emperor. Broadcast and filmed before a live audience from the Lincoln Memorial, Trumps extravaganza looms as a cinematic production befitting his politics and persona. flanked by the service branches brass, Trump will seek to honor himself as …

Trump to preside over Fourth of July celebrations with military show despite criticism

White House aides have reportedly been struggling to draw crowds to event because of last minute arrangements Donald Trump will preside over Fourth of July celebrations on Thursday with a speech about patriotism and a modest show of military might that critics say is politicizing an important holiday and wasting taxpayers money. Trump, who has long admired displays of autocratic overtones of the Washington DC event. The president will deliver remarks on the steps of the Lincoln memorial in the early evening, and celebrations will feature fireworks, a flyover by Air Force One and a display of tanks. Trump has been accused of attempting to emulate a Soviet-style military parade, which are today associated with authoritarian regimes in China or …

Sadiq Khan hits back at Trump, calling him ‘six-foot-three child’

Comment is latest retort in long-running feud after US president called London mayor a loser Sadiq Khan has described Donald Trump as a six-foot-three child in the White House in an ongoing war of words with the US president. The mayor of London made the comment in a room of teachers at the Together for Education event at Central Hall in Westminster on Saturday. Khan joked that he had made sure to switch his phone off. He said: For those of you that have your phones on, if somebody starts tweeting about me a 6ft 3 child in the White House can you let me know? It is the latest insult to be fired between Khan and Trump, in what …

Stephen Colbert: ‘Trump is putting a tariff on summer!’

Late-night hosts focused on Trumps French visit and Elizabeth Warrens well-constructed presidential campaign Late-night hosts focused on a variety of political topics, from Donald Trumps Mexico tariffs, which are due to begin this coming Monday. Being that the biggest imports from Mexico are avocados, tomatoes, beer and tequila, Colbert explained: Trump is putting a tariff on summer! Because of these tariffs, Republicans are looking to speak up about it, in an act CNN Politics called flirting with rebellion. Colbert joked to his audience: Flirting with rebellion? That could lead to a dalliance with integrity, maybe making eyes at governance, and then at the Christmas party, a drunken hookup with defending the constitution. Trump is currently in France, where he attended …