I guess Facebook helped these find friends, just some pathetic stuff I found today.on Fakebook. so many Looney losers, suffering Trump Derangement Syndrome. I have a ‘friend’ who has need of therapy. Or is he just researching very imaginative Flakebook names? President Trump owns their heads:
The real James Woods, offers a description:
However, I offer this piece I found at Instapundit as therapy, but it’s more likely to trigger a search for a safe space:
ROGER KIMBALL ON TRUMP VS. OBAMA: A STUDY IN CONTRASTS:
As we approach Trump’s hundredth day in office, however, I am happy to say that I sense a change in the anti-Trump dynamic. The anti-Trump venom is as widespread and hysterical as ever. But as the days go by and Trump governs not as Hitler but as a deliberate executive, toting up victories here, setbacks there, rain checks and extenuations and opportunities, more and more people will say, “This guys is the real deal. He gets things done. He delivers on his promises. He really is making America great again.” The effect of that sentiment will be to marginalize the mainstream media. If you want a vivid example of exactly how that is done, contemplate what’s about to happen next Saturday when Trump skips the White House correspondents’ dinner and holds a big rally in Pennsylvania instead. I’m sure there will be lots of snide remarks, anti-Trump jokes, and the air will be thick with contemptuous self-satisfaction. What might not be obvious to the attendees, but what will be blindingly obvious to the rest of us, is that no one who is not crowded into that fetid atmosphere will care. A process of marginalization and emasculation is underway. If Trump’s second 100 days is as successful as his first 100 days, that process should be essentially complete by the end of the year.
Read the whole thing – and note that in regards to the DNC-MSM’s Trump-as-Hitler meme, as Glenn would say, all is proceeding as Scott Adams has foreseen.