Trump Demands Subservience to the Supreme Leader

  1. Sacrifice freedom of speech, freedom of the press.
  • Meryl Streep attacked about Trump’s video of mocking disabled reporter. (Kellyanne deserves an Oscar for best acts of denial and counterattack diversions.)
  • CNN attacked for mentioning existence of derogatory opposition document.
  • Trump demands that CNN fires the reporter.
  • Trump (Kellyanne) falsely claims that CNN published the document, or, if not, then linked to it. (Any child can find Buzzfeed in seconds, without a link.)
  • Buzzfeed attacked for publishing document, even if not verifiable. (This is censorship.  James Joyce’s Ulysses was published and censored.  The story was never shown to be true.)  (Trump’s 80% hyperbole or hyper-hyperbole constantly shown on TV, even if never fact checked by Trump or the TV stations.)
  • The opposition analysis had been circulating, and was not classified.
  • Sean Spicer warns reporter that he will be ejected if he steps out of line again.
  1. Cabinet Secretaries can say what they want, but must obey Trump, says Trump Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, obeying Trump.
  2. Trump threatens Democratic Senators up in two years, in states that Trump won. He will campaign against them if they exercise right to filibuster Obamacare cancellation.  (Big deal, he will do so anyway.  He thrives on adulation from his crowds, and it also helps him for 2020 campaign.)
  3. All this in three days as the pre-President.

About Dennis SILVERMAN

I am a retired Professor of Physics and Astronomy at U C Irvine. For a decade I have been active in learning about energy and the environment, and in lecturing and attending classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UC Irvine.
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