Donald Trump is showing strong signs of dementia

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This may come as a shock to you but people can reject your political narratives and be way better and more productive members of society then you will ever be.
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C'mon man, we need to practice for the Magic Mike Show.
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Former Trump White House official Alyssa Farrah Griffin said Sunday that the former president appeared to have lost a step during a campaign stop in Iowa on Saturday. Trump during a rally speech in Cedar Rapids claimed that President Joe Biden "is the destroyer of American democracy" and vowed to "do something" about Obamacare even as he claimed that he "saved" Obamacare.

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Trump indeed fired plenty of people during a chaotic administration that saw a higher level of turnover in senior- and Cabinet-level positions than any of his predecessors. For example, just three Cabinet secretaries turned over under President Barack Obama over four years compared to 14 under Trump.

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New York psychologist Suzanne Lachmann said Trump, 77, would "seemingly forget how the sentence began and invent something in the middle" resulting in "an incomprehensible word salad"—a behavior she argued is observed "frequently in patients who have dementia."
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he randomly does 3 hour long speeches that show up live on youtube. Just compare them to Biden's 10 minutes in front of cameras that are highly scripted and how fast he is rushed off stage and not allowed to answer questions. This is kindergarten "My guy got found out as having dementia so yours does to". You won't see republicans doing this shit. When Reagan had dementia we didn't start claiming that his opponents also randomly had dementia as well. There was denial of his dementia but none of the projection.
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C'Mon Man !
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Mr Trump likes to call people names.



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Those names are literally toddler level of insults.

Is Trump a toddler trapped in 77 year old's body?
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From the 1970s until he was elected president in 2016, Donald Trump and his businesses were involved in over 4,000 legal cases in United States federal and state courts, including battles with casino patrons, million-dollar real estate lawsuits, personal defamation lawsuits, and over 100 business tax disputes.

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Political pundits, journalists and longtime Trump critics responded to McCarthy's Biden criticism by accusing the former president of routinely taking Adderall, an amphetamine and dextroamphetamine mixture that stimulates people's energy levels and increases one's ability to focus.

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Xanax is only one possible explanation for Trump’s courtroom sleepiness. Democrats have jumped on this story as proof that age is wearing Trump down. This allows them to flip Trump’s “Sleepy Joe” gibe and promote the idea of “Sleepy Don.” It’s unfortunate that there are no photos of Trump’s judicial naps, because they would make a strong counterargument in the dispiriting dispute over which presidential candidate is the most decrepit.
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And also signs of TSD syndrome.
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How a political psychiatrist cured her Trump Stress Disorder — and why you should too.

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The Trump Disorder aka MAGA Cult Disorder or,

Chaotic Integrity Loss,
or,

Grab a Womans Crotch Impulse,
or,

Top Secret Documents are Mine Dysfunction
, or

Narcissistic Peda-pile of BS Derangement, or,

OGParrot Democracy Phobia, or,

Lie Today Lie Forever Neurosis, or,

Paranoia of Truth Imbalance, or,

?



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Magic Moron on the wall, whose the greatest Moron of them all?

1} Rudy Guliano,

2} Bill Barr,

3} Hope Hicks,

4} Mark Meadows,

5} all of those arrested and charged with election fraud,

6} Trumpet for sleeping in court?
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Donald Trump and Joe Biden end up in the same barbershop
As they sat there, each being worked on by a different barber, not a word was spoken.
The barbers were even afraid to start a conversation, for fear that it would turn into politics.
As the barbers finished their shaves, the one who had Trump in his chair reached for the aftershave.
Trump was quick to stop him saying "No way buddy, my wife will smell that and think I've been in a damn whorehouse."
The second barber turned to Biden and said "How about you?"
Biden replied, "Go ahead, my wife doesn't know what the inside of a whorehouse smells like.
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Everyone should remember what retired Gen. John Kelly, one of Trump’s former chiefs of staff, said of him: “The depth of his dishonesty is just astounding to me. … He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life.”
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TSD has another meaning.
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You should read those articles. They were written by fellow Biden lovers.
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  GUILTY
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Everyone should remember what retired Gen. John Kelly, one of Trump’s former chiefs of staff, said of him: “The depth of his dishonesty is just astounding to me. … He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life.”
Thank you FLRW.  I placed in bold Kelly's comment.

Magic Moron on the wall, whose the greatest Moron of them all? NOt John Kelly

1} Rudy Guliano,
Note: this week Rudy G. was served a warrant to appear in court AZ courts, regarding his fraud conspiracy tactics with others at state level in AZ.

..." RUDY GIULIANI
...Racketeering and conspiracy are among the charges the former New York mayor and Trump-aligned attorney faces in Georgia. In Arizona, the charges against him have not yet been made public.
..In Michigan, a state investigator has testified that Giuliani is among several high-profile unindicted co-conspirators in a case against Republicans who signed elector certificates falsely saying Trump had won the state.
....He’s also an unindicted co-conspirator in the federal indictment in Washington, which cites comments he made at the “Stop the Steal” rally prior to the Capitol riot.
...His spokesman, Ted Goodman, said in a statement Thursday that the “continued weaponization of our justice system should concern every American as it does permanent, irrevocable harm to the country.”................


..." CHRISTINA BOBB....Bobb is a lawyer and conservative media personality charged in Arizona with conspiracy, fraud and forgery. She worked closely with Giuliani as he tried to persuade Arizona lawmakers to block the certification of the election results. She later raised money for a discredited audit of the election results in Maricopa County and covered the spectacle for One America News Network."

The only weaponisation is that of the falsehood regarding the 2020 election by MAGA aka KADA Keep America Dumb Again

4} Mark Meadows,

5} all of those charged and charged with election fraud,

6} Trumpet for sleeping in court?

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6} Trumpet for sleeping in court?

      In legal settings, falling asleep during court proceedings isn't a crime, but it can carry significant consequences if you have a biased judge. Courts serve as vital arenas for justice, where individuals seek resolution to legal disputes and face judgments for alleged wrongdoing. Thus, maintaining attentiveness and respect during court proceedings is essential for pretending the courts matter. Public figures like former President Donald Trump, appearing to doze off during court proceedings raises questions about whether or not a TDS judge can charge him with a crime for sleeping. Falling asleep in court can disrupt the show trial pretending to be a legitimate process. Courts rely on active participation from all parties involved, including judges, lawyers, witnesses, the biased media, and jurors, to ensure the perception of seemingly fair treatment and just outcomes. When someone falls asleep, it not only reflects poorly on their engagement with the proceedings but can also be interpreted as a sign of disrespect and protest towards the court and its participants. This lack of attentiveness can impede the administration of justice and erode public trust in the legal system, which is a person's right under the 1st Amendment. While sleeping in court sadly won't result in immediate legal consequences, it can lead to charges of contempt. Biased courts have the authority to hold individuals in contempt for any arbitrary behavior that disrupts proceedings or shows disrespect for the judicial process. Contempt charges can carry penalties such as fines, imprisonment, or other sanctions, highlighting the seriousness with which biased courts view such behavior. Additionally, even if not pursued legally, the perception of allowing a court protest can tarnish a biased judge's reputation and credibility, impacting their standing in future legal matters. The case of former President Donald Trump provides a notable example of the scrutiny kangaroo courts face when the victims doze off during court proceedings in protest. During one of the fake trials, Trump's brief moment of apparent rest sparked criticism and debate over the appropriate level of compliance of the accused to obey the whims of a judge. The incident underscores the public's expectations of respect to the accused from supposedly fair judges in positions of power or influence, highlighting the broader societal implications of the credibility of the fairness of the justice system. In conclusion, while falling asleep in court is not a crime in itself, it can have significant repercussions during a mock trial. Disrupting proceedings, showing disrespect for the judicial process, and potentially facing contempt charges are an acceptable way to protest a bogus court proceeding under the 1st amendment. The case of former President Trump serves as a reminder of the scrutiny weaponized courts face for their behavior in legal settings and the broader societal expectations of the fair and balanced pursuit of justice regarding the rights of the accused to protest in their defense. Trump's ongoing protest of a mock proceeding continues to offer a compelling argument for the legitimacy of protesting unfair legal proceedings. Trump challenges Democrats to embrace the role of dissent in upholding principles of justice and fairness for the accused during an effort to weaponize the justice system in the middle of an election.



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OGP, you have not yet cured your Trumpet disorder, nor has most of the past MAGA / KADA cult followers.

I wish you the best with your attempt to cure these mental disorders.  Every MAGA / KADA person who does so, may encourage others --like yourself--- to cure the Trumpet mental disorders.

Those prone to MAGA violence, falsehoods, election fraud will hopefully remain less and less significant in future. Only time will tell.

I recently posted survey results in a thread around here of MAGA being prone to violence.  

I again, recall passing a man with a T-shirt on with graphic of this tree like pattern, and all the branches were red and I forget maybe dripping blood, and then there was some comment of rebellion ore whatever.  It is scary to think how little logical, common sense critical thinking is given much consideration by these types of externally expressed anger, spurred on by Trumpet and some MAGA / KADA { Keep America Dumb Again }.


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I hope you will protest loudly when the Orangeman is back in charge. It might make the 4 years fly by quickly.
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Your confused OGP. Trumpet is in charge of MAGA /  KADA, to whatever degree he can muster his former seat of governmental seat of authority, and, to which, Trumpets Chief of Staff stated,  or so I recently saw posted here below.  Again best wishes with seeking mental health recovery regarding your Trumpet disorders.

 FLRW... Everyone should remember what retired Gen. John Kelly, one of Trump’s former chiefs of staff, said of him: “The depth of his dishonesty is just astounding to me. … He is the most flawed person I have ever met in my life.”,

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Yes, I will have to remember not to relax too much the next 4 years. A rolling stone gathers no moss.

 and, to which, Trumpets Chief of Staff stated, 
I like hyperbole when people use superlatives in every sentence. It makes fiction and fantasy more enjoyable.