First we have the tweet a week and a half ago by the idiot on Pennsylvania Avenue (only, it was the weekend so it came from the idiot’s Florida weekend hideaway, because, well, weekend) where he accuses his predecessor of an impeachable, jailable offense without ANY proof. Next up is 10 days of Sean Sphincter doing “air quotes” at the White House pressroom podium like he was some kinda bad community hall dance teacher tossing jazz hands, then we get Sewer Rat Barbie Conway blathering incomprehensibly about “microwaves that turn into cameras” spying on the Velveeta Raccoon.
Now, we have the apricot asshole and Liar in Chief rambling on about God know what with the always apoplectic Tucker Carlson about well, I have no fucking idea, you figure it out. If you can.
It is hard to fully explain in the limited space I have here how ridiculous, petty, delusional, uninformed and desperate the Petulant of the United States looks during this interview. The full interview is worth watching to fully understand the full extent of Trump’s utter disregard and outright contempt for the truth, but here’s a couple of snippets to sort of give you an idea of just how bizarre (and yup kid, downright fucking scary) this is all becoming.
Carlson: So on March 4th, 6:35 in the morning, you’re down in Florida, and you tweet, the former administration wiretapped me, surveilled me, at Trump Tower during the last election. How did you find out? You said, I just found out. How did you learn that?
Trump: Well, I’ve been reading about things. I read in, I think it was Jan. 20th, a New York Times article where they were talking about wiretapping. There was an article. I think they used that exact term. I read other things. I watched your friend Bret Baier the day previous where he was talking about certain very complex sets of things happening, and wiretapping. I said, wait a minute, there’s a lot of wiretapping being talked about. I’ve been seeing a lot of things. Now, for the most part, I’m not going to discuss it, because we have it before the committee and we will be submitting things before the committee very soon that hasn’t been submitted as of yet. But it’s potentially a very serious situation.
Carlson: Why not wait to tweet about it until you can prove it? Don’t you devalue your words when you can’t provide evidence?
Trump: Well, because the New York Times wrote about it. Not that I respect the New York Times. I call it the failing New York Times. But they did write on Jan. 20th using the word wiretap. Other people have come out with…
Carlson: Right, but you’re the president. You have the ability to gather all the evidence you want.
Trump: I do. I do. But I think that frankly we have a lot right now. And I think if you watch—if you watched the Bret Baier and what he was saying and what he was talking about and how he mentioned the word “wiretap,” you would feel very confident that you could mention the name. He mentioned it. And other people have mentioned it. But if you take a look at some of the things written about wiretapping and eavesdropping… and don’t forget I say wiretapping, those words were in quotes. That really covers—because wiretapping is pretty old-fashioned stuff—but that really covers surveillance and many other things. And nobody ever talks about the fact that it was in quotes, but that’s a very important thing. But wire tape covers a lot of different things. I think you’re going to find some very interesting items coming to the forefront over the next two weeks.