Dave Stancliff What's Keeping Kelly From Saying Goodbye To Trump? blogarama.com

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

What's Keeping Kelly From Saying Goodbye To Trump?


Good Day World!

The only adult in the White House right now is getting tired of the man-baby-in-charge stirring up shit for no reason. 

John Kelly is surrounded with Trump minions who are afraid to deal with Baby Trump's tantrums, tweets, and attacks on the American people.

Imagine how lonely Kelly's job is? He has to deal with a staff that doesn't use more than four letters a word in order to communicate with Donny. 

I can just see Kelly gritting his teeth when Trump went off script at a rally in Alabama and attacked NFL players for kneeling during the National Anthem.

Trump, who loves playing before a crowd, worked himself into a lather attacking "Rocket Man" North Korea's deranged leader, and the NFL.

He was supposed to be there to support a Republican candidate, Luther Strange. But a strange thing happened when the crowd started begging for meat from Donny the ringmaster.

This is what Kelly is up against. He now knows that Trump will tweet about anything, no matter how divisive if he feels like it.

Worse, Trump can go off-script at a moment's notice, no matter how important the setting is, or how hard Kelly pleads with him to grow up.

Kelly once remarked he'd never been so badly treated by a person before than when Trump went off on him in one of his rants. Yet, he stayed.

You can watch Kelly's body language to see the agony he goes through when Trump is on a roll, and he's in the same room with nowhere to go.

This is not a happy man. How long do you suppose he'll stick around before joining the Exodus from the White House? 

You have to wonder what keeps Kelly going? Why does he stay?

Does he realize how dangerous Trump is, and that if he leaves the wackaloons will return like sparrows to San Juan Capistrano?

Kelly may be the only stop gap between Trump and "the button" right now while he's busy baiting another man-child with nukes in North Korea.

That's something to think about.

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

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