Trump Continues with Lies About Barrack Obama; a Real President


If we learned anything about Trump since June of 2015, is that “if his lips are moving, he’s lying.” Kellyanne Conway was hired to lie in ways which would cover up Trump’s “whoppers.”

A few days ago, Trump lied when he claimed that President Obama had placed a ‘tap’ on his phones in Trump Tower. This was nothing more than an attempt to divert attention from the now proven connection between Trump and Vladimir Putin. Now he is continuing his attempts as he tells another enormous lie.

“122 vicious prisoners, released by the Obama Administration from Gitmo, have returned to the battlefield. Just another terrible decision!”

First of all, Trump must stop using adjectives and adverbs which are not applicable, but that won’t stop until he tweets the truth; that is an unlikely occurrence.

90 percent of those released from Guantanamo Bay occurred during the George W. Bush administration. The fact is that only nine were released after President Obama took office in 2009.

He also tweeted a claim that President Obama was weak when dealing with Russia. We know Trump’s not weak; he is simply a puppet. There will be no negotiating, Trump is doing what he is told to do. But “double-dealing Donnie” will never admit the truth.

Misdirection will not prevent the investigation into Trump’s close relationship with Putin, and how they worked together during the 2016 campaign. When the “Golden Showers Dossier” is proven, America will lose the disease which is Donald Trump. His negotiations with Russian oligarchs regarding efforts to launder money through American real estate investments will be exposed, and this will result in unavoidable criminal action.

We must not allow Trump a single attempt to discredit the most honest and principled president America has experienced in decades. If Trump had one-percent of the morality and credibility of Mr. Obama, he would almost be tolerable.


By James Turnage


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