It couldn’t just be that the impeachment inquiry began on Friday. Individual-1 has started to act even more peculiar and undeniable in his racist attacks to virtue-signal his base. These are more distractions like his very odd rant about PBO’s book deal. When he tweets at Midnight, something’s up.
My 1st choice:
4. Trump's Kremlin Intercepts are about to drop.
Appears in brief interlude between Theresa May handing the Queen her resignation & Boris Johnson presenting his papers, the keeper of No. 10 declassified all @GCHQ June 2016 Trump Scotland trip intercepts. 😎 pic.twitter.com/kEEsf1o6eu
— Tim Hogan (@TimInHonolulu) July 28, 2019
When our disgusting president says of Baltimore “No human would want to live there,” he makes me want to wear an “I’m from Baltimore” T-shirt. Even though I was born in Shanghai and grew up in San Francisco. Let’s ALL be “from Baltimore.”
— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) July 27, 2019
And rats in the Residence. The vermin live upstairs. Slovenian mold and Orange plague are an issue as well.
— B mac (@mcpherson_k) July 27, 2019
Good God. We get it. You’re a racist. Now get some sleep.
— Dave Zirin (@EdgeofSports) July 28, 2019
Trump has mentioned variations of the word "infest" 7 times in his many tweets only with.
1. Elijah Cummings
2. Ilhan Omar
6. John Lewis
7. Barack Obama
Trump is a stone cold racist and it couldn't be any more obvious.#WeAreBaltimore
— Alex Cole (@acnewsitics) July 28, 2019
And apparently both Kentucky senators are on the Russian payroll:
“Advocates for a massive Russian natural gas pipeline project have a powerful, quiet ally in Congress: Sen. Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican and close friend of President Donald Trump. He has quietly worked against sanctions on the Nord Stream 2 project, which would dramatically expand Russia’s shipments of natural gas to Germany,” The Daily Beast reported Friday. “On Thursday, the senator postponed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s mark-up of legislation that would have put sanctions on the project, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the committee’s proceedings.”
“When the Treasury Department sanctioned the Russian aluminum conglomerate Rusal and its parent company En+ Group, global aluminum markets veered into chaos. Treasury then made a deal with the company to reduce oligarch Oleg Deripaska’s control over it, and lifted the sanctions. But the decision to roll them back drew vocal opposition on the Hill, and 42 Senators voted to keep them in place. Several months after that effort failed and the sanctions were lifted, news broke that Rusal would make a major investment in an aluminum plant in eastern Kentucky–the home state of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and of Sen. Paul,” The Beast reported.