Many of us,including Keith Olbermann did not wait until after Trump handed secrets to the Russians, to wonder if maybe something off-kilter has been festering in Donald Trump’s fat head.
Keith discusses the possible reasons why people have been so slow in coming to the conclusion that something just isn’t right with Trump, despite copious amounts of evidence.
Recently, even close allies have slowly begun to wonder if Trump is in the grip of some paranoid delusion. Even before his firing, former FBI Director Comey described Trump’s thinking as “Outside the realm of normal, even crazy.” Surely Trump’s Cabinet members and White House aides must know all – and be pledged to silence forever. Their unenviable task is to keep their own successes on the down low, while praising Trump effusively on his brilliance – often. Additionally, White House aides are charged with monitoring his media intake so he sees nothing but positive press. To prevent an angry Twitter storm, they have even mastered the art of falsifying magazine covers. Watch for Trump in the Sports Illustrated bathing suit edition.
Trump is assured that his brain is tip-top, as are his followers. Perhaps they too have evaded capture.
When Morning Joe’s Mika Brezinski asked Trump who he was talking to on foreign policy, Trump replied: “I’m speaking with myself, number one, because I have a very good brain, and I’ve said a lot of things.”
Was it not a clue on June 24, 2016 when Trump tweeted about his I.Q.?
“Sorry losers and haters, but my I.Q. is one of the highest – and you all know it! Please don’t feel so stupid or insecure, it’s not your fault.”