Twitter Damage

Art by Michael Ramirez

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Twitter Damage

USA –-( Twitter Damage.

We love President Trump's agenda and his a huge pile of election promises kept, but the twitter fights are not always helpful.

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  • 4 thoughts on “Twitter Damage

    1. Ramirez is way off the mark. Are some of Trump’s tweets unhelpful? Sure. But many of the supposedly bad ones often serve useful purposes, such as showing who leaps to snatch the bait, or disrupting the dem or NT narrative du jour.

      In the main, though, Trump’s tweets enable him to talk directly to the electorate, without the filter of the MSM. This robs the media of the ability to mislead by misquote, or to confuse by lack of context.

      In an ideal world, Trump would not tweet, because it would not be necessary.

    2. Ramirez puts out another off base cartoon. Trump is not afraid to say what he is thinking and the media can NOT be trusted to report it, so this Twitting in the only way to get his message out.\I think he would say – If you don’t like it tough!

    3. After nearly two years since the election, I am happy my first choice for president did not win. I voted knowing He was no where near the typical President. I wanted at least one, someone, anyone in office that could change the politicians back to statesmen. The Democrats and Republicans are attacking because he is slowly lifting the skirt that is hiding their not so innocent actions. He is correct that the swamp needs drained.
      He has probably made more election promises come true than any other before him. I still am having trouble believing that some one We have elected is actually trying to meet his campaign promises. Decades of elected liars have conditioned us to expect the lies and then essentially forget them until the next one comes along. It is not a easy task to get rid of the bad ones and keep the good ones. Maybe the weeds will be picked as soon as they show themselves.

      1. @john, I am so pleased to hear that you have joined the “non-politician” Trump train! Now, on to a “not corrupted yet” Congress. Maybe we could eventually eliminate the corrupting influence of the parties.

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