Ana Navarro Calls Trump A ‘Crazy Person,’ As Republicans Sell Their Souls For Tax Cuts
The proposed GOP budget says it all. But let’s not think for a minute that Trump wrote it, read it, or even understands what’s in it. Unlike any other in recent memory, the ‘Trump’ budget chops up federal spending like a psychopath on crack with a chainsaw. And it all lands on the middle-class and poor like unsuspecting victims in a horror movie.
Trump’s $1.3 billion in proposed cuts to the public housing capital fund has mayors across the country freaking out. So much so, they sent a letter to HUD secretary Ben Carson to voice their considerable concerns about the “devastating” consequences. According to the Washington Post. “Local governments would be unable to carry the costs of repairing public housing if not for the capital fund.”
Since public housing primarily helps the poor, it’s completely in-step with the rest of the cuts the Trump-led GOP is targeting.
When the budget was unveiled back in May, the New York Times reported on some of the more reprehensible attacks on everyone but the rich, noting that Trump’s “$4.1 trillion budget for 2018, would cut deeply into programs for the poor, from health care and food stamps to student loans and disability payments, laying out an austere vision for reordering the nation’s priorities.”
New Jersey.com was equally disturbed by “Trump’s nihilistic spending plan. Like Paul Ryan’s proposal, it takes a safety net that’s already tattered and puts it under a blow torch.”
Of course, Trump’s budget director Mick Mulvaney fired back in pure cold-hearted fashion in an editorial in The Post and Courier, where he made people who rely on “taxpayer-funded assistance” programs sound like unrepentant criminals.
Taking money from someone without an intention to pay it back is not debt. It is theft. This budget makes it clear that we will reverse this larceny.
However, Trump’s budget actually makes something else even more clear. The real ‘larceny’ is in the way the entire Republican Party has turned a blind eye to the behavior of most offensive, unfit, and arguably, most mentally unstable amateur politician to ever sit in the Oval Office. There can be only one blatantly emerging reason for letting the Tweeter-in-Chief watch cable TV all day while pretending to be president. Republicans know that if they put a tax cut bill on his desk that gives billionaires like Trump another way to avoid paying taxes, he’ll sign it in a heartbeat, then sell it to the voters he’s screwing like a degree from Trump University.
It’s time that somebody looks at the camera and looks at him and calls him up and says, ‘Listen, you crazy, lunatic 70-year-old man-baby, stop it. You are now the President of United States, the commander-in-chief, and you need to stop acting like a mean girl… We have a President who is immature, unstable and just acts like a crazy person.
After six-months of mostly ignoring the outrageous behavior of the ‘man-baby’ in the White House, it sure looks like getting tax cuts for the rich are all Republicans really care about. Does it matter to them how many millions of Americans pay for them with their health, future, and lives? Or how many times Trump proves he’ll never be more than a reality TV star who got America’s nuclear codes with the help of Vladimir Putin?
As right-wing, anti-tax advocate Grover Norquist said,
We don’t need a president to tell us in what direction to go… just pick a Republican with enough working digits to handle a pen to become president of the United States.
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