Sincerely straight people are asking if Trump is insane. What is clear, he has a deep resentment and loathing for all Democrats for dare running against him, and is taking it real personal. The President of the United States of America goes after Republicans who do not hate Democrats like he does.
I suspect Trump is being pressured by Christian leaders to show empathy for the Muslim victims, which is causing a moral and mental crisis in our President. Trump is not getting their full attention – and full favorable treatment! This is a real crisis for a full-blown Narcissist. One can say God is a Narcissist.
I just have to laugh because the Kimites and Bellites labeled me insane, and went after me. My daughter is a Ignorant Trumpite!
Cornyn was asked about Trump’s tweets from over the weekend in which he criticized “Saturday Night Live” after the sketch comedy show aired a rerun featuring a skit depicting a world in which he had never become president.
“I don’t take that seriously, honestly,” Cornyn said.
Trump, in a pair of tweets on Sunday morning, complained that “SNL” and other late-night comedy shows “can spend all of their time knocking the same person (me), over & over, without so much of a mention of ‘the other side.’ Like an advertisement without consequences.”
In a separate tweet, Trump asked, “Should Federal Election Commission and/or FCC look into this?”
“in praying for peace and safety in our nation and for these precious families who have lost so much in this senseless tragedy.”
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to those fighting for their lives and the families of the victims of the senseless violence that took place last night in Thousand Oaks,” said Franklin.
“There aren’t laws that can stop a person committed to hurting other people, but it does add a sense of urgency for reaching all people with the message of hope and life change found in Jesus Christ.”
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Bishop Guy Erwin, who is based in the Los Angeles area, took to social media to express his condolences.
“Devastated by the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks last night. Heartrending & sad,” tweeted Erwin on Thursday morning.
“God is with those who mourn; we surround them with our care as well. Then we must address the parts of our culture that have made this so common in our land.”
The reported shooter, 28-year-old Ian Long, was a retired Marine Corps veteran. Authorities have not yet determined a motive for the massacre.