A company’s board members elect a certain person to be their President. They research him, do background checks on him, etc. before they elect him. He passes all their research with flying colors. So he becomes the company’s President.
Six months later he is caught embezzling tons of money from the company. Who knew? The board members had done their research. This guy was squeaky clean.
Of course the board members feel bad. They feel duped. Betrayed. How could they not have known? They didn’t know. There had been nothing on this guy.
The difference between this story and what is actually happening in America right now is that everyone knew what they were getting before electing SHITHOLE. Anyone who had been around for at least twenty years knew about SHITHOLE’S past. His bankruptcies. His racism. His sexism. His sexual harassment. Even his dealings with Russia weren’t secret. SHITHOLE’S misdoings had been well publicized. And that was long before “fake news”, folks.
So it’s understandable that SHITHOLE’S naive sheep try to block any of his misdoings from their minds. To them it’s “oh, it’s really this” or “oh, it’s really that”. “It’s Obama’s fault”. “It’s Hillary’s fault”. “It’s the cat’s fault”. “It’s ‘fake news'”. They are an embarrassed bunch. They are afraid to admit they made a mistake. They are too far in to live up to their choice. So they must live with it. Grin and bear it, so to speak. Many of them are just brainwashed. That’s what happens when you take a bunch of not too intelligent people and feed them a bunch of shit. They swallow it. They feed on it. For them there’s no turning back. SHITHOLE will be sitting in a prison cell six months from now and they’ll still be crying “he’s innocent!”. When the writing was on the wall all the time. It still is. They’re just too blind to see it. I’d actually like to meet some of SHITHOLE’S supporters. I could probably get a lot of money out of them. Gullible bunch they are.
Unlike the people on the company board, the citizens of America knew what they were getting before they got it. Eighteen months later I’m still wondering why they wanted it in the first place.