Usually a Presidential Christmas message isn’t particularly newsworthy. Trump has changed that. Hopefully this year he and Melania gave their final Christmas address. Compare their’s to Michelle and Barack Obama’s final Christmas Message.
If you can stand to do so, watch this:
Note that they intersperse their message with clips.
Melania may feel the words, although her sitting next to her dear husband without touching him suggests anything but intimacy. With Trump, the delivery is insincerity personified. He could just as well been reading a report on theoretical physics trying to put the emphasis where it belongs.
I have a feeling both of them would rather have been anywhere else.
They both look like they have been roofied.
Now watch the Obamas offer the country and the world a message of love delivered with sincerity. They had no need to insert video clips.
President Obama’s mental health was never questioned by mental health professionals. Now we have a
Psychiatry expert (who) says Trump’s rambling Merry Christmas rant includes three signs of serious mental impairment.
Seth Davin Norrholm, an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Emory University School of Medicine, said Monday that the president’s recent rant about Christmas included at least three signs of mental problems.
“So if anybody wants to be a nice conservative, talk show host is not a bad living, I would say. But I have to say, he’s a very unique guy and he’s a great man and he’s been a great friend. So thank you to Rush. Thank you,” Trump said.
“And let me begin by wishing you a beautif — look, do you remember this? Do you remember this? Remember, they were trying to take Christmas out of Christmas. Do you remember? They didn’t want to let you say Merry Christmas,” Trump continued.
Norrholm’s three signs:
MORE EVIDENCE OF COGNITIVE DECLINE ????????????
– slurred speech
– semantic paraphasia (inserting wrong word)
– phonemic paraphasia (combining words to form a likely nonsense word) https://t.co/XLRc740ci2
— NeuroPsychoPhD (@SethN12) December 23, 2019
Nostalgia is usually a happy feeling, sometimes tinged with sadness when it combined with feelings of loss. The dictionary defines nostalgia as a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with happy personal associations.
When it comes to feeling nostalgia for how Michelle and Barack related to each other that nostalgia is tainted by feelings of anger.
Santa Claus has been replaced by a psychopathic Grinch.