Dave Stancliff As Trump Tramps Through 9-Day Magical Mystery Tour Lots Of Bad Things Are Happening At Home blogarama.com

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

As Trump Tramps Through 9-Day Magical Mystery Tour Lots Of Bad Things Are Happening At Home


Roll up
They've got everything you need
Roll up for the Mystery Tour
Roll up
Satisfaction guaranteed
Roll up for the Mystery Tour

-The Beatles

                                          Good Day World!

While Trump is seeking to broker an ultimate peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians, his minions are busy at home working on a plan to take away health care for millions of Americans.

Right now the entire world looks beautiful to North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un, who has been busy launching test missiles while Trump stumbles through a nine-day Magical Mystery Tour where he intends to woe the world (and get lot's of business for the Trump clan).

While Trump and his staff danced the sword dance with their Saudi pals, one of his top health care officials has been caught offering insurance companies a quid pro quo to get their support for Trumpcare. 

While Trump was Tramping around Israel, the White House was busy giving a new cover story for why Trump fired FBI Director James Comey.

Trump's appointees are busy screwing the poor and helping the wealthy here at home. With punks like ex-Tea Party member, Mike Mulvaney, as Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the new budget is sure to turn out badly for the majority of Americans. 

Big Chemical companies are thrilled with the appointment of Sonny Perdue as Secretary of Agriculture. The new Secretary of Commerce, Wilbur Ross, is paving the way to corruption and collusion with corporate companies.

Trump's commerce secretary oversaw Russia deal at Bank of Cyprus

And the new Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVoss, has to have bodyguards with her when she visits public schools because she's so reviled in the education community.

I could go on, but you get the idea. Abroad, or at home, Trump's corruption is corroding our society, and the way the world looks at America today.

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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