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Life Goes On Here in Hell

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Trying to follow the line of events brought forth by this current administration is a near impossible task. The pews of the Church are crammed with insane items of interest. A draining emotional witnessing of America being slowly torn apart…slowly…so much to take on. I try to keep tabs on each day’s chain of events but the Crimson King is not making it easy. He works with swift, lethal action and implements a fistful of insane policies, then ducks out. He’ll throw some poor bastard from his staff out there to address his policies to our nation, and while reporters hammer away at that human shield, the King moves on to his next nefarious deal. At times, Trump’s actions appear to have no logical  agenda; then, they turn around and bring us all to the point of paranoia and conspiracy, trying to second guess his next move. His writing and verbal skills are attune to those of a ninth grade punk from Queens. He’s a bully, not very intelligent and really hellbent in favor of payback on those who would oppose him. He reminds one of Al Capone, mixed in with a smattering of Il Duce (Mussolini) and Tony Soprano…surely someone of more intelligence than Trump is behind the coup of our country.

I kept trying to start new posts on whatever new explosion of political crap the president threw out for the public to gnaw on. Before I could get halfway through a finished writing, a new dawn would rise here in Hell and bam!, Trump goes into some other distracting action. No one has enough time to fully ingest the insanity du jour before another one comes along and reminds us all that yes, we are currently being tormented in Hell.

My timeline marker for the most recent event(s) the media’s eye focused on is the firing of James Comey from his position as FBI Director. A crafty chain of events that happened with that one. Comey was appointed FBI Director back in 2013, by President Barack Obama. Part of Comey’s duties included overseeing the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails, in connection with this past election. Obama left office and the era of the Crimson King rang in. Comey again served on as FBI Director. He was spared the cut so many from Obama’s administration suffered. I suppose Trump felt this six foot eight fellow New Yorker could dig up the info he would need to put Hillary in jail. On March 20 of this year, Comey went before the House Intelligence Committee and announced that the FBI had been running an ongoing investigation into the possible interference Russia had with this past election. Comey also said there was possible evidence of coordination between Trump associates and Russia. A few months later, Trump fires Comey as Director of the FBI. The press and public response (majority) was to cry ‘foul’ and make comparisons of Trump to Richard Nixon, who staged a similar chain of actions when he was under investigation for his participation in the Watergate scandal, an event which took down his reign of power. The evening after Comey was dismissed, reporters flocked around White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer who lurked by some tall shrubs on the White House lawn, in the dark.  He remained there until executive assistant Janet Montesi faced reporters and told them Spicer would answer questions, as long as they did not film him doing so. Spicer steps out and demands they just ‘turn off the lights’ before continuing.

Spicer:  “We’ll take care of this….can you just turn that light off?”

The conversation with reporters took place and the next day, up pops principal Deputy White House Press secretary (du moment) Sarah Huckabee to field the Administration’s official response to the accusations that Comey was fired for investigating possible Russia ties with Trump.

Committees are forming inside Congress now, debating whether we need to march forward with investigating possible Russian ties to this past election. Older Trump atrocities begin to fade and so many throughout the world begin to forget events like the protest against the oil pipeline, or the water issues, our nation’s crumbling infrastructures and environmental crimes against nature. Bills are being presented to our lawmakers and politicians, so large that no human could possibly read the document before voting to pass. No accomplishments seem to address America’s problems, yet a bounty full of accomplishments seem to be taking place within the expensive game of politics. People are hired, fired, moved around, and the everyday things that pay the average person’s bills never change. We’ve become a stagnant nation. The stagnation is deep, folks, and harassing suspected ‘Muslims’ does nothing to stop that rotting of the core. Shipping aliens out of America doesn’t seem to be doing anything but making us a more shamed nation. Denying all science in favor of religious texts written thousands of years ago weakens our intelligence as a country. There are tribes of people out there, self-proclaimed Christians, yet they are actually more like psychotic Berserkers. There are pockets of dullards that call themselves Republican, who are actually bastardized remnants and an evoked evil brought about by fear mongering. A finite amount of illogical, moronic actions are crumbling us apart as a nation and will cause us to self implode, and the Crimson King races off to start another fire….this is what it looks like here in Hell.

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1 Response to “Life Goes On Here in Hell”


  1. 05/12/2017 at 12:47 am

    “Pockets of dullards…” !!!!! Perfect


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