Sunday, 20 January 2019

Make America Ghastly Again (MAGA)

A mob of Trump supporting teens do their bit to Make America Ghastly Again with their ugly, juvenile attempts to harass a veteran Native American who served his country during the Vietnam war.

Trump dodged the draft himself, of course, by using the lame excuse that he had developed 'bone spurs' in his heels, albeit of a kind which never hampered him playing a wide range of competitive sports while at college.


Draft-Dodger-In-Chief (16/06/18)

Here's a great photo of America's Draft-Dodger-In-Chief saluting a North Korean general during the recent summit with Kim Jong-un in Singapore.


Draft Dodger Trump (11/03/18)

Donald Trump is posing here in a flight jacket and admiral's cap during a recent visit to an aircraft carrier, but it's worth pointing out that America's commander-in-chief is a 'draft dodger' who received no less than five deferments from serving in the Vietnam War.

Apparently one of these deferments was down to 'bone spurs' in both heels although this condition didn't seem to hold Trump back during his four years at university during which time he was regarded as a 'student athlete' who played football, basketball, baseball tennis and squash.

Clearly, self-obsessed narcissists like Trump have no qualms about indulging in such cowardly. shameless behaviour.

Donald J. Trump, center, as a high school senior in 1964 at the New York Military Academy.CreditNew York Military Academy


Draft Dodger Trump (27/02/18)

Donald Trump 'ran the other way' five times during the Vietnam War using the lame excuse of having bone spurs in his heels which had no effect on his ability to play a wide range of sports, of course.

Yet now Trump would have people believe that he would have run towards danger had he been on the scene at America's latest mass shooting incident at Parkland School in Florida.

The man's been 'tested' alright - and even on his own Donald Trump been exposed as a terrible blowhard and blabbermouth.

Florida school shooting: Trump says 'I'd have run in'

Image copyright - EPAImage caption - President Trump discussing policies to combat mass shootings

US President Donald Trump has said he would have run into the Florida high school where 17 people were shot dead this month even if he was not armed.

"I really believe I'd run in there even if I didn't have a weapon," the president told a group of state governors gathered at the White House.

Mr Trump also said it was "disgusting" that officers reportedly did not confront the suspect on 14 February.

The massacre was the second-deadliest shooting at a US school.

"I think most of the people in this room would have done that, too," said the US president on Monday of his assertion that he would have rushed into the school.

He added: "You never know until you're tested."

Media caption - Seven things the NRA blames after Florida

A state inquiry was launched on Sunday into law enforcement's response to the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Scot Peterson, a sheriff's officer who had been assigned to the high school, resigned last week as it emerged he had remained outside during the shooting,

Broward County Sheriff's Office is reportedly also investigating why three of its deputies apparently remained outside the building as the attack unfolded.

But Sheriff Scott Israel has defended himself from criticism.

"I've given amazing leadership to this agency," he said during an interview with CNN on Sunday.

Image copyright - GETTY IMAGES Image caption - Students, including activist Emma Gonzalez (L), returned to school on Sunday for the afternoon.