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Who’s Calling Who Crazy?

Posted by V the K at 5:10 pm - January 7, 2018.
Filed under: Donald Trump

So, what do you guys think of this whole “Trump Is Crazy” meme the Democrat-Media Complex is pushing? On the one hand, I can sort of believe that anyone as old as Trump is probably not as sharp and certainly not as flexible as someone a couple of decades young. But I think it’s pretty obvious that this is yet another story driven primarily by Trump Derangement and desire to for ratings. Maybe Trump isn’t completely mentally tight, but the DMC has no credibility. (Remember how all questions about Hillary’s health were off-limits?) And neither do these other people who are sure Trump is mental:



  1. Trump is unguarded and unfiltered in what he says. He is not a polished politician and the media can’t handle that, doesn’t like him, and is using it to make him look crazy. As with all things politician, look at what one does not what one says. I’ll take Trump policy all day long, crazy or not.

    Comment by Hunter — January 7, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - January 7, 2018

  2. Anyone who runs for President isn’t completely screwed down tight. But as Hunter said I’ll take Trump’s policy and actions (mostly) all day over what we would have gotten with Hillary. I am not thrilled with the pot policy shift, but I understand it. If you’re running the Federal Government you want to establish Federal supremacy. ( If you’re running a State Government, you should want to establish State supremacy. And stick the Federal government with the tab.)

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — January 7, 2018 @ 5:56 pm - January 7, 2018

  3. Here is a take on Trump’s IQ and intelligence, from a professional practitioner on the matter:

    Considering the assessment is less than one ye

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 6:06 pm - January 7, 2018

  4. Considering the assessment was made less than a year ago, I’m guessing it is likely to hold, still:

    Donald Trump’s IQ

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 6:12 pm - January 7, 2018

  5. Crazy like a fox?

    The DMC (and the Never Trump “conservatives”) still don’t understand why they had their asses presented, on a velvet pillow, to them in 2016. Who are the crazies (and stupid at that), really?

    The left is too blinkered to notice that most people look at open borders, pallets of money flown to Iran, the double-down on ME meddling, compelled acceptance of men in the ladies’ room, antifa and BLM, and pussy hats and see a lot more crazy than they see in the White House.

    Comment by KCRob — January 7, 2018 @ 6:25 pm - January 7, 2018

  6. Also, how important IQ really is, and how it does (or not) correlate strongly with other personality traits:

    Seemingly, still plenty of room (ie, potential) for further / future original research and findings.

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 6:29 pm - January 7, 2018

  7. Enjoy 🙂

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - January 7, 2018

  8. This whole President Trump is crazy things started as just a few comments here and there but with the huge amounts of nothing burgers this past year they decided in their Mass hysteria to run with this one thinking that it must be the one to achieve their goal of unseating our president.

    It won’t. Instead it’s a guarantee that the Donald will seek more than just a little bit of Revenge this year. I for one am looking forward to it.

    Comment by Hanover — January 7, 2018 @ 6:38 pm - January 7, 2018

  9. Forgot to include, that it’s virtually guaranteed the David Brock’s anti-American anti-Trump organization has been pushing this as a meme. Obviously it’s their latest meme against the right as indicated by the wink wink coincidental amount of tweets and diverse attack fronts on the left using the exact same points.

    Comment by Hanover — January 7, 2018 @ 6:45 pm - January 7, 2018

  10. @8 Yup, you nail it with,

    started as just a few comments here and there but with the huge amounts of nothing burgers this past year

    That’s all there is to it.

    They had nothing even remotely consistent and tenable against him.

    They still have nothing.

    And they’re going to spend the next 3 years left to find anything else to throw / blame at him — but that which, of course, will be nothing but more smears, slurs, and irrational outrages at their own projections of despicable / deplorable flaws in a person.

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 7:18 pm - January 7, 2018

  11. Your post’s visual reminded me why I have a crush on Conservative Momma’s talent for satire, btw:

    Let’s #MakeAmericaGiggleAgain 😀

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 7:49 pm - January 7, 2018

  12. OT, although tangentially-related, still; I stumbled upon this take from Milo about the huge gap between the USA and Europe — this may not be the case here on GP, but I’d wager most americans, including conservatives, are light years away of realizing how much what Milo says is true:

    I guarantee you it is quite a terrible realization to see that what is true for the UK also applies to France, Germany, and presumably also to most of the rest of Europe.

    Only God knows but I do believe I am also done with France for a good while to come.

    That’s how bad it feels, here.

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 8:31 pm - January 7, 2018

  13. @12

    Let me put it differently, more tersely, if I may — to help understand the intensity of the consciousness — despite all our differences**

    both Milo and I are, literally, cultural refugees from Europe finding America to be our only rational haven.

    ** he is british, I am french; he is famous, I am a nobody; he is an entertainer, I am a software engineer; etc, etc; gender, culture, individual values and faith seem to be the only things we have in common. That’s enough to have us here, on this soil, for the sake of (if only!) our own mental health.

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 8:51 pm - January 7, 2018

  14. The DemonizingRats have shown themselves incapable of overwhelming President Donald Trump with powerful Progressive ideas which compel the people into the public square demanding their immediate enactment into law.

    The picture in the post is of Ms. Uterine Wall. She is dressed for the part. The public display of Ms. Wall’s private parts certainly attests to the earnestness of her cause. And her support group, all wearing pink pussy burkas reveal the religiosity of the movement. I guess it could be called the Ms. Uterine Wall Movement. Ms. Uterine Wall reminds one of the girl named Alice who used a dynamite stick as a phallus. They found her vagina down in North Carolina and the rest of her somewhere near Dallas.

    This is what the Left has come to.

    I take exception to the notion that “Maybe Trump isn’t completely mentally tight….”

    Trump is flamboyant. Really, really flamboyant. He sells what only the rich can afford and he sells it a yuge profit. His personal plane is yuge. You don’t have to wonder whose plane it is because his name is on it yuge letters.

    Here’s Rush from Friday:

    There is no way they are ever going to understand Donald Trump. Even if the person (whoever it is) they revere the most were to appear and explain it to them, they would reject it nevertheless because they are constitutionally incapable of accepting that this guy who has taken over their world can possibly know what he’s doing.

    We are learning just how important to their identity their version of sophistication is, their version of taste, their version of refinement. And we’re learning that all of that matters more than policy implementation, more than good ideas/bad ideas, more than success, more than failure. We’re learning that what other people think of them matters more than anything else, and what other people think of them better be sophisticated, wise, learned, educated, intellectual. If it isn’t any of that, then those people consider themselves either failures or have work to do.

    Meanwhile, they’re gonna continue to try to project their worldview and their personalities and their human characteristics onto a man they can’t hope to understand, who isn’t a thing like them to begin with and never will be — and so they gotta get rid of him. They’ve gotta use everything in their power to throw this guy out. It doesn’t matter what. His very existence… To hell with what he’s doing. His very existence poses the greatest threat to them that they have ever felt. Donald Trump’s a greater threat than any foreign enemy. Donald Trump’s a greater threat than any missile that Kim Jong-un might launch with his tiny little button there, that he probably got at Staples.

    And add Trump’s flamboyant theatrics to the mix and President Donald J. Trump is a walking Middle Finger to those who can’t abide him.

    Trump should have been a gilded age baron. He is hardly different from Gould, Harriman, Rockefeller, Morgan, Carnegie, Vanderbilt, Flagler, Mellon, Stanford, Ford, etc. in terms of capitalizing on his name. He built it and it is his name to sell.

    If the DemonizingRats and their kin could turn Trump’s name against him, they would have done it long ago. Therefore, Trump is a force. Trump is a force to reckoned with. If Trump is so flawed, feeble and quirky, why don’t we all know it?

    The DemonizingRats are betting that they can slime Trump so thoroughly that the TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome) people will overwhelm The Donald.

    Throughout Trump’s candidacy, people were just waiting for him to blow it. What the DemonizingRats are doing is raising the stakes and still stuck on the notion that Trump will self implode. They just don’t understand the guy.

    Comment by Heliotrope — January 7, 2018 @ 9:11 pm - January 7, 2018

  15. French girl : Milo is right


    Here’s the kicker. Don’t take her words or mine.

    Read the video comment thread, instead.

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 9:12 pm - January 7, 2018

  16. @14

    Meanwhile, they’re gonna continue to try to project their worldview and their personalities and their human characteristics onto a man they can’t hope to understand, who isn’t a thing like them to begin with and never will be — and so they gotta get rid of him. They’ve gotta use everything in their power to throw this guy out. It doesn’t matter what. His very existence… To hell with what he’s doing. His very existence poses the greatest threat to them that they have ever felt.

    Yup, that’s also the impression I am under, that I attempted to convey in @10.

    I can’t, hence won’t even try to add anything useful to that.

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 9:31 pm - January 7, 2018

  17. But then again, anyway, it’s tough to not feel sorry for the damages caused over their brains at some point in their life stories — resulting in this much of Cognitive Dissonance

    Savage Busting the Jaw Dropping Hypocrisy of a Liberal Re: Taxes

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 10:52 pm - January 7, 2018

  18. Moral Degeneration of the Individual

    Uttering the lie = Playing the game of life as Satan does = Trying to twist the structure of reality and believing one can get away with it, without paying any price

    Comment by Cyril — January 7, 2018 @ 11:21 pm - January 7, 2018

  19. If you haven’t yet seen “Darkest Hour”, I highly recommend it. One thing though that struck me was how other MPs were talking about Churchill the way the left talks about Trump.

    He was scary and going to get them all killed, you see. He was too ignorant to see that talking to Hitler was a better way to keep the peace.

    Comment by John — January 8, 2018 @ 1:00 am - January 8, 2018

  20. The end game of our times.

    (French) ressentiment / (english) resentment, noun.

    When, where, why, how:

    Comment by Cyril — January 8, 2018 @ 1:33 am - January 8, 2018

  21. One thing though that struck me was how other MPs were talking about Churchill the way the left talks about Trump.

    Interesting you should mention this John, because I had the same impression after watching the film. Not only were they disparaging of him and his point of view, but they were still actively scheming to remove him from office. One of the techniques used was to proclaim how the UK continuing the war instead of entering into peace talks was only furthering the suffering of the British people (shades of Tax Bill Armageddon). Then, in a scene which I won’t give away because I feel it’s one of the highlights, crazy dude Churchill meets some of the common folk and finds out they support him and his efforts and aren’t suffering at all in the way the opposition portrays them. (And people wonder why POTUS 45 holds campaign-style rallies long after he has ascended to office and maintains such a yuge presence on Twitter.)

    [For those who have yet to see it, be advised that, contrary to some of the publicity for the movie, Darkest Hour covers only a very short period in World War II—just about eight weeks starting in May 1940. This, of course, is before the USA’s entry and even before The Blitz. But what it covers, it does so well.]

    Comment by RSG — January 8, 2018 @ 2:00 am - January 8, 2018

  22. So the first tack was to disparage the results of the election. The Democrats’ version of vote fraud (“voter intimidation”) was used to demonstrate how the correct number of votes for the now-Shadow President just weren’t showing up as they should. That didn’t work, and when it was shown that the total popular vote was not for he who is now president, efforts to disparage the Electoral College, including implementing the EC version of jury nullification, were undertaken.

    That failed, so then it was on to Russian ‘hacking’ of the election, along with a concurrent murmur of “collusion” (not a valid legal term for the alleged crime) with foreign agents by the not-the-real-winner’s campaign. One year later, there is still no hard evidence of either, but hope springs eternal and a special counsel with an unlimited budget will surely find something eventually. In the meantime the drumbeat of impeachment was started, along with an effort to show an apparent lack of support for POTUS 45 by endless demonstrations. That hasn’t worked either (and proponents are finally realizing it won’t until early 2019 at the soonest). The violation of the Emoluments Clause was a side tactic, until it was recently shot down. Along with much of this has come the “unpresidential” tag, as if somehow that is a crime worthy of removal in and of itself, even though the proponents of this scandal said nothing when POTUS 44 was appearing on every two-bit talk show and taking selfies with wack-job Internet stars, none of which had anything to do with the actual duties of the office to which he was elected.

    Nothing seems to stick. Denver’s previous Congresswoman-for-life famously called Ronald Reagan “the Teflon President”. It would appear that Donald Trump could very well be the Silverstone or Teflon II president. So what to do? Well, let’s try implementing the provisions of the 25th Amendment to the US Constitution. Thus giveth way to the current frenzy of “crazy” talk.

    Never mind that all the pontificating by mental health experts is highly unethical (a similar tactic was deployed against unsuccessful presidential candidate Barry Goldwater to the point where the “Goldwater Rule” was later added to the American Psychiatric Association’s Principles of Medical Ethics)—if enough experts, armchair or otherwise, say so, then some of it must be true and if some of it is true, something must be done! As Heliotrope inferred, there is such a denial that a modern-day PT Barnum could occupy the White House that his mere visage is enough to prompt any and all possible attempts at removal or any possible form of negation. (The latter most obviously manifesting itself in the laughable attempts by some state and local governments to single-handedly implement the Accord de Paris on climatic issues.)

    Crazy like a fox?

    This is the exact thought when I heard some of the mental instability talk on the news yesterday. Many of the promoters of the crazy talk are suffering from an extreme case of confirmation bias. They want to see crazy and incompetence and so they do, as often and as incongrous to reality as it is.

    Scott Adams gives his take on the insanity claims from a persuasion theory perspective, and as anyone who follows him in the least might expect, it doesn’t mesh with that of the celebrity-media industrial complex:

    Comment by RSG — January 8, 2018 @ 3:08 am - January 8, 2018

  23. @22 Thanks for sharing the last link, RSG.

    If Scott ever gets tired of making Dilbert cartoons, he can always convert as a pretty darn good geopolitical analyst, AFAICT.

    I really appreciate the true American spirit common sense that’s showing, there — quoting from the comment thread:

    Also, the liberals can’t make up their mind if he is Hitler or incompetent. If he is Hitler, then why do they also want to disarm the population, and if he is incompetent then how did he beat the “smartest woman in the world.” These left wing folks have really become a joke lately.


    Comment by Cyril — January 8, 2018 @ 11:27 am - January 8, 2018

  24. Trump has been a public figure for over 30 years.
    He’s been the subject of many stories in print and television interviews and these types of accusations were never made…until now.
    The leaders of England and France were specifically asked this question about Trump and they both stated he’s a rational normal person.
    It’s intuitively obvious to even the most casual observer,that this is a smear campaign designed to use as a basis to invoke the 25th amendment to remove Trump from office.

    This known as the “illusion of truth” effect.

    A lie told often enough becomes the truth. Vladimir Lenin

    Comment by The Poetry Man — January 8, 2018 @ 2:11 pm - January 8, 2018

  25. @24

    A lie told often enough becomes the truth.

    Yup; eg, 14th Amendment, Section 4 —


    Comment by Cyril — January 8, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - January 8, 2018

  26. Btw, I confirm:

    here, the same money does seem to last practically twice as long in North Carolina as it would do in the “Silly Con-game Valley” —

    Feel free to quote me / forward to the “not-our-president” crowds on my behalf:

    “Right. Tell me about “crazy”, politico-economic geniuses, & well, good luck!”

    Comment by Cyril — January 8, 2018 @ 7:31 pm - January 8, 2018

  27. One day I’ll approach Milo and propose him that he and I write a book with a title along the lines of, say,

    Fleeing From Utter Morons and Legal Plunder on Multiple Continents, for Dummies — How to Keep Your Eggs and Let The Basket Only to Go to Hell — An Anglo-French, Cisgendered Personal Account

    Comment by Cyril — January 8, 2018 @ 7:48 pm - January 8, 2018

  28. So over the weekend POTUS 45 responded to the ‘crazy’ controversy by stating on Twitter (natch) that he was a “very stable genius”. Many in the mainstream media could barely quote the tweet without breaking up in paroxysms of laughter. “Unhinged” is how one left wing blog titled their story. CNN sniffed that saying he was “shows he isn’t”. Yet as a journo on FNC noted, DJT got everyone who mentioned the tweet to say the words “Trump” “stable” and “genius” in the same sentence.

    As any tutor will say, repetition is one of the keys to retaining information. And “Trump”, “stable”, “genius” has been repeated over and over in the past three days for the benefit of those not on Twitter and those who don’t follow the news or the White House all that closely. If it wasn’t for dreams of Oprah saving us from The Orange Menace taking over the news cycle, there would still be snickering coverage of the tweet—all while mentioning at least the words “Trump” and “genius” together.

    As Scott Adams notes, the VSG tweet was in itself, genius:

    Comment by RSG — January 9, 2018 @ 8:17 am - January 9, 2018

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