Many of the so-called Trump supporters on Facebook and Twitter are actually fabrications (like Sasha Petrin, for example). They are not real people. I noticed that the exact same comments (with the exact same spelling and grammatical errors) would show up on various posts. So there are fewer Trump supporters than what a casual glance at Donald's Facebook page might suggest. But the fact that anyone still supports this mendacious prick is alarming and depressing. What I've found is that these people are ignorant, racist morons, who are clinging to this man because he is just like them (except that he is rich and they are not). There is no sense in trying to educate them because they have a tendency to ignore facts. So all we can do is play with them. Nothing wrong with that. Let the games continue!
Becky Anne Wheeler Brown (on Facebook, 3-31-17): "We've got your back
President Trump!! We know who the corrupt government is and what their
wanting!! Your doing a great job!! We trust you to drain the swamp!!"
My response: "Becky
Anne Wheeler Brown, your grasp on the English language is what's wanting
here. Let's take a look at what you wrote: 'We've got your back
President Trump!! We know who the corrupt government is and what their
wanting!! Your doing a great job!! We trust you to drain the swamp!!'
Okay, first, you need a comma after 'back.' Then eliminate the second
exclamation point. Using more than one exclamation point is a sign of
someone not having progressed beyond the fourth grade. Also, please
learn the difference between 'their' and 'they're.' And the difference
between 'your' and 'you're.' Once you've mastered these basics, please
feel free to post your thoughts on Facebook. But until then, keep your
asinine thoughts to yourself."
Francis Allen (on Facebook, 3-31-17): "Best
President EVER!!! Who would have thought that keeping campaign promises
would be such a novelty? It has felt like Christmas morning since
President Trump was elected. It just keeps getting better and better!
Thank you Mr. President!"
My response: "Francis
Allen, I agree! This is just like Christmas morning. Every Christmas,
we have certain traditions in my family. First, Santa grabs my sister by
the pussy. Then my dad hides his tax returns and calls his friends in
Russia. My mom disappears for long periods of time. No affection is
shown between my parents, except when other relatives show up later in
the day to take photos. My crazy Aunt Kellyanne gets drunk and tells us
fantastic tales of terror until my dad tells her to shut up. And when
our Mexican neighbors come over to give us baked goods, we lock our door
and pretend we can't hear them."
Anne Connors (on Facebook, 3-31-17): "It's
all just so good. I'm so sorry we've become a nation of critics. I
guess we've just had such horrible leadership, politicians and news for
so long we're jaded. But things are on the mend. Thank you President
My response: "I
agree, Anne! Things are on the mend. Now that we've gotten rid of clean
water, education, immigrants, women's health care, and democracy, this
country can get back to what's really important: making money."
Cecile Moore (on Facebook, 4-1-17): " These
negative comments about Trumo are ridiculous especially I'm leaching
him. He hasn't done anything to warrant impeaching. They need to go
after all the Democrats who've been dealing with Russia. .. like Hillary
and her uranium deal and her right hand
man, Podesta, getting $35 million from them for a business he was
involved in while working for Hillary. What about Comey and his letting
her off the hook. And now it's come out some HIGH level Obama official
is involved with all the surveillance of the Republican candidates.
Probably Obama!!! And you're calling for impeach ing Trump. GET A LIFE."
My response: "Cecile,
who is Trumo? And what do you mean, you're leaching him? Are you some
kind of doctor who time-traveled from a couple of centuries ago? And
if you have a time-traveling device, could you use it to go back to
November (or even earlier) and get rid of Donald Trump for us? We would
all consider you a hero."
Sharon Love (on Facebook, 4-1-17): "Yeah
ok, when all else fails, start with the name calling.... Iam referring
to non Trump supporters who do nothing but whine, disrupt, lie,
obstruct, collaborate, with the Democratic politicians, who obviously
are not serving the american people as a whole
by all of the constant, complaining, whining and obstruction.... BTW,
the "kool aid" has been shared by those who are blind by the propaganda
and brain washing that has spread by the Democrats and establishment
elite.....Seems to me, if your not part of the solution, you are part of
My response: "Sharon,
please learn the difference between 'your' and 'you're.' It seems Trump
supporters have a mighty tough time with that one. I'm thinking of
holding an online English class exclusively for Trump supporters. Try to
get you at least up to, say, the fifth grade reading level."
Sylvia Petrosky (on Facebook, 4-1-17): "You
are doing a good job for America, and I thank you. However, there are a
lot of snakes in the swamp of Washington DC, be careful who you trust
on both sides of the aisle. Dimms cannot be trusted, and not all
republicans can be trusted. I pray for God to give you guidance and
discernment. God can be trusted. God bless."
My response: "Sylvia,
I've been getting some new information that hints that God actually
can't be trusted. I hear God has been talking with some reporters over
at the New York Times, and it seems also that God might have been
listening in on some of Trump's phone conversations at Trump Tower. I
think it's time to lock God up."
Sam Jacobs (on Facebook, 3-30-17): "Ivanka
cops lots of hate from the liberal media - despite being a respectable
lifelong member of the Democrats. They eat their own so fast."
My response: "Wait,
folks, Sam has a good idea here. Cannibalism. If we actually devour
Ivanka, as he suggests, as well as Donald, Melania, Mike Pence, Steve
Bannon, Scott Pruitt, Betsy DeVos, Sean Spicer, Kellyanne Conway, then
they won't be able to come back. Sure, it's a tough meat to swallow, and
we'll likely get sick. But won't it be worth it? They'll be gone for
good, and we can get things back to normal."
Mark Wilfong (on Facebook, 4-3-17): "All
these anti Trump people I feel your pain. I know what your going
through. I was a victim of presidential genocide myself the last 8
years. I can assure you the pain you feel will leave on the next
election just like mine was this past Nov. Now go troll another page. We
get it, you don't like him. But that's ok, now you know how we felt.
Now suck it up buttercups!!"
My response: "Mark
Wilfong, please learn the difference between 'your' and 'you're.' And
don't use words like 'genocide' until you've looked them up in a
dictionary. Thanks, Mark."
Cary Caylor (on Facebook, 4-5-17): "Things
are getting better already in America... God is back in the picture...
family values... Trump is going to make the world a better place ..
especially if we are at peace with ex cold war era countries... God is
My response: "Cary
Caylor, I agree! Things are so much better now that we're getting rid
of the environment and national parks and clean air and food for the
elderly and public television. I didn't see the picture of God that you
mentioned. Could you forward it to me? I was wondering what the old guy
looks like now."
Jeannie Scheihing (on Facebook, 4-5-17): "Thank God for President Trump please God help him take back our country. Praying for you and your beautiful family everyday."
My response: "Jeannie,
I was just talking with God, and he told me that he actually thinks
Donald Trump is a racist dingbat, and that those people who still
support him are deserving of an eternity of punishment. It might just be
his mood, you know, but still, I would certainly be wary of voicing
support for Trump on Facebook, as God tells me he wastes a lot of time
on here reading these comments."
(I went to Jeannie's Facebook page, and she had all sorts of nonsense on there, including that Barrack Obama's birth certificate had been forged, something a friends of hers named Jim Buzzell put on her page. That led me to post this response directly on her page: "You twits sure have your own version of reality going. Good for you. But please stay the hell out of mine. Thanks.")
On April 6th, I posted this comment on the Republican Facebook page: "I didn't hate the Republican Party until today. Now I think you're all enemies of democracy."
Derrick McCord's response: "You
are an idiot, this man is the most qualified person to be in the
supreme court right now. Not republicans fault democrats cant get past
losing and election, and this is all about losing."
My response: "Derrick
McCord, wow, you bloody moron. If you're going to call someone an 'idiot,' you ought to make sure you don't have all sorts of grammatical
errors in your comment. Geez. Derrick, you are exactly the type of
dipshit that supports Donald Trump. Good for you."
My second response: "Also,
Derrick, what you said in your error-ridden message is completely
incorrect. Someone as stupid as you should probably keep his thoughts to
Derrick McCord: "Dude
really? I'm looking at your facebook, and i see all kinds of grammatical errors'. Lets get back too the point, which is about you
being a liberal tard. Instead of coming back with substance to retort my
post, you skirt the issue like a classic democrat tweeker, because you
have nothing of value to add to this conversation. If you're going to
make blank statments, atleast have some form of argument to validate
what you said to begin with. Brian Hughes I would love to meet him aswell, shake his hand and what not..... Hahahaha"
My response: "Yes,
really. And no, you have no point. Derrick, you are worthless. I'm not
engaging you in a discussion, because I am certain you have nothing of
interest to say, to contribute. Believe what you will; it is
meaningless. Say what you wish; it is irrelevant. By the way, I think
you meant to type 'blanket statements,' not 'blank statments.' But
again, you're a moron, so that sort of mistake is to be expected."