My Destructive Family and Their Insane President

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My family is insane, as is their president. The Hanson family, and Stacey Pierrot, destroyed the artistic legacy that I began when I was twelve. My daughter has bonded with right-wing tea party grunts and racists, who will defend their dictator – no matter what!

Above are photos of Bill Cornwell and Flip, two drunks my daughter, Heather Hanson, aimed at me in order to get money out of my late sister’s estate. These parasites exposed my grandson to alcohol abuse. Trump behaves like a out of control drunk and bully who believes he has come up with a genius plan. He wants to get many folks off food stamps in order to use that money to build the wall, that will keep out Mexican workers. Hungry and Lazy Americans will now do those that hard work – just to keep from starving!

With more Americans working and paying taxes, the more tax cuts the rich and ambitious will get, thus, creating more jobs. Problem is, folks born in hot climates are the only ones who can do this work. The price of food will soar! Many millions of Americans will become real hungry. I doubt the National Guard and Federal Troops will mow down The Hungry Armies’ that began to roam the U.S. Real Communism will rise in America. Millions of Russians will want to be American Communists!

My newspaper, Royal Rosamond Press, has countered all the lies of Breitbart news, and the fascist dream they put forth in order to divide this democracy.

Jon Presco

Our colleague Robert Costa has reported that White House aides have internally circulated an article on Breitbart titled “Mark Levin to Congress: Investigate Obama’s ‘Silent Coup’ vs. Trump.” Breitbart is a right-leaning news organization that is a rather unreliable source of information. Often the material that is published is derivative and twisted in misleading ways.

A demonstrator in support of U.S. President Donald Trump (L) scuffles with a counter-protester during a "People 4 Trump" rally in Berkeley, California March 4, 2017.

  • A demonstrator falls to the ground as a fight breaks out during a "People 4 Trump" rally and counter-demonstrations in Berkeley, California March 4, 2017.
  • A demonstrator supporting U.S. President Donald Trump (L) holds a shield as a group of men punch a counter demonstrator during a "People 4 Trump" rally in Berkeley, California March 4, 2017.


A demonstrator in support of U.S. President Donald Trump (L) scuffles with a counter-protester during a “People 4 Trump” rally in Berkeley, California March 4, 2017.

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For the second time in a month, Berkeley was the scene of violent demonstrations as supporters of President Trump clashed with counter-protesters Saturday on the streets of the city.

At least 10 people were arrested and seven others were injured as a series of disturbances marred what was supposed to be a pro-Trump rally in the famously liberal community.

The unrest underscores the heightened political tensions that have taken hold since Trump took office in January.

Last month a scheduled appearance by conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos was canceled amid a violent protest on the UC Berkeley campus. That sparked a national debate – in which Trump himself took part – about the line between the right to demonstrate and protecting free speech that some find objectionable.

Saturday’s “March 4 Trump” rally, one of several held across the country, began at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park about 2 p.m.

The Trump supporters marched several blocks but were met by a group of counter-demonstrators, and fights began breaking out, according to Matthai Chakko, a spokesman for the city of Berkeley.

Videos and photos posted on Twitter showed people punching each other and pulling their hair, with one man using an unidentified object to beat another person. Several people in the crowd were pepper-sprayed, including an elderly man.

At least two people, with their faces covered up, could be seen on video trying to set fire to an American flag, while a photo on Twitter showed the bloody face of a man who wore a T-shirt that said “Trump is My President.”

Amy Leona Masker, a 23-year-old student from Las Positas College in Livermore who was on crutches, was among the counter-demonstrators. She and a fellow student were standing together when they saw the fighting break out.

“These crutches came in handy when people started shoving,” Masker said.

The Pinocchio Test

While the Trump White House cited five news reports to justify its request for a congressional investigation, only two actually are relevant.

It’s certainly ironic that the Trump White House — which has heavily criticized articles relying on anonymous sources — now relies on articles based on anonymous sources that cites information that has not been confirmed by any U.S. news organization. It would be amusing if it were not so sad.

Even if these reports are accepted as accurate, neither back up Trump’s claims that Obama ordered the tapping of his phone calls. Moreover, they also do not back up the administration’s revised claim of politically motivated investigations.

We’re still waiting for the evidence. In the meantime, Trump earns Four Pinocchios.

Four Pinocchios


About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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