The Dirty Dem Fantasy that Never Dies

Posted on July 6, 2017 by Robert Ringer


The pundits and politicians keep telling us that Donald Trump’s tweets are “beneath the dignity of the president’s office.” Funny, but I didn’t even realize that an office could have dignity — especially one that was home to such scoundrels as Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, and Richard Nixon.

Many, in addition to Mad Maxine, believe that tweets like the one with a video of Trump pummeling a fictitious CNN reporter clearly demonstrate that he is mentally unstable. And he might well be. But when you get right down to it, aren’t we all a little mentally unstable? Why else would we watch, and often revel in, the political garbage and childish tripe that floods our airwaves?

In any event, Trump’s takedown of a fictitious CNN reporter was more than the Radical Left could bear. Never mind that his hilarious tweet wasn’t a fraction as violent as Shakespeare in the Park, an artistic masterpiece in which Trump was stabbed and beaten to death. The Dirty Dems’ feigned concern for the safety of media folks has them foaming at the mouth and calling for Trump’s removal from office on the grounds that he is mentally unfit to serve.

But even with Trump’s generous helping hand, the Dirty Dems continue to be even worse at controlling their emotions than he is. I don’t know whether it’s a genuine mental disorder or just pure hatred, but they seem intent on continuing their self-destructive antics no matter how many elections they lose.

Message to all Dirty Dems: If you could accept just one painful fact of life, it could save you from ending up in a padded cell: Other than meeting a violent demise, Donald Trump is going to be president until at least January 20, 2021 — and a lot longer if you continue to aid and abet him.

In a last desperate effort to derail Trump, some Democrats are now focused on the 25th Amendment, an obscure section of the Constitution that provides for stripping a president of his powers if a majority of his own cabinet (nine of 17 members) confirms that he is incapable of discharging his duties.

But that’s only the beginning. Once members of the House and Senate are notified by the president’s cabinet, two-thirds of both branches of Congress would also have to vote to strip him of his powers. The mathematical breakdown is that 96 out of 241 House Republicans would have to vote to emasculate Trump and 19 Republican senators would have to join all 46 Democrats in the Senate.

And that ain’t gonna happen — ever. Neither is impeachment, which even Nancy Pelosi admits has no chance of succeeding. And, no Maxine, Trump is not going to resign. He’s having too much fun driving you crazy.

The simple fact is that no matter how loud the Dirty Dems yell and scream, no matter how many crazy shenanigans they try, it does not change the fact that you can’t judicially void an election. There’s nothing in the Constitution that allows a court of law to undo the results of a presidential election, nor can a court arbitrarily install a new president by judicial fiat.

Psst, Dirty Dems, listen up: You can’t invoke remedies that do not exist under the law. Really and truly, you can’t.

The bottom line is that all the noisemaking from the left is pure fantasy. But the fantasy is good for Trump and the Republicans, because so long as the Dirty Dems use their time and energy to focus on the impossible, that’s time and energy that isn’t being focused on presenting a serious agenda to Americans so they can have a reason to vote for Democrats.

Having said all this, let me admit that I, too, would like to see Trump act his age and let go of the childish stuff. My problem with some of the dumber tweets he sends into the Twittersphere is that he is almost singlehandedly keeping the Dirty Dems’ hopes alive. The Democratic Party is on life support, with only the results of the 2018 midterms standing between it and extinction, so Trump’s tweets are like throwing the Dirty Dems a lifeline.

Now, in an effort to try to figure out why Trump doesn’t take the easy route (by restricting his tweets to talking about his agenda and his accomplishments) to finishing off the Dirty Dems, it’s time for a little psychoanalysis. I truly believe that the reason a smart guy like Trump does outrageous things that actually prop up his enemies is because he loves the thrill of coming from behind.

My guess is that the uphill climb to prove his critics wrong gives him an adrenalin rush. He did it in the primaries and he did it again in the general election, so much so that I often said I wondered if he really was trying to find a way to lose.

Put another way, if Trump did nothing but continue to move his agenda forward, and if his results over the next 16 months are as good as they’ve been in the first six months of his presidency (little of which has been reported by the MSM), the Dirty Dems would hemorrhage House and Senate seats in 2018. I’m talking about a Republican landslide, which could very well be the end of the Democratic Party.

At a minimum, such a landslide would split the Dirty Dems in two. Comrade Bernie, Lunatic Liz, and Potty Mouth Perez would have to square off against Joe Manchin, Jim Webb, and other halfway sane or pragmatic Dems who appear to want to put an end to their party’s suicide mission.

In turn, what that would mean is that everything the Fake News Media is reporting about Trump having only about a 40 percent approval rating in the polls would become irrelevant. Even if the pollsters are telling the truth (which, based on past history, is highly unlikely), Trump and his supporters could win easily with a mere 40 percent of the vote. That’s because if the Dirty Dems split into two parties, the most either of them could hope to get is perhaps 35 percent of the vote.

But even if the Dems didn’t literally split into two parties, the ugly division within their party would cause a huge percentage of Democrats to stay home on election day. Trump’s base, on the other hand, is likely to come out even stronger in 2020 than in 2016.

Make no mistake about it, those of us who are overcome by Schadenfreude at the mere sight of a Dirty Dem on television are focused on one thing: the complete and utter destruction of the Democratic Party, sooner rather than later — and preferably in a humiliating fashion. (I admit it, I’m still relishing Hillary’s humiliation.) Which is why I’m urging President Trump to forget the come-from-behind antics and focus on putting the Dirty Dems away once and for all.

Even establishment Republicans would be grateful to him for doing so. Okay, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration. I guess I have to admit that McConnell, Ryan, & Co. would probably rather see Trump destroyed than the Democratic Party.


Robert Ringer

Robert Ringer is an American icon whose unique insights into life have helped millions of readers worldwide. He is also the author of two New York Times #1 bestselling books, both of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time.

31 responses to “The Dirty Dem Fantasy that Never Dies”

  1. Angedur says:

    Most of the problem with Trump is selective morality. No doubt these absolute moralists object to a whole lot of steps or missteps in business and personal life and expect leaders to be flawless. Trump has quite a bit of baggage to put in loose terms. But so what, get over it. What is unusual, is that the antifa crowd has gone after not only Trump but his supporters too. Churchhill warned people of these kinds of people claiming to be against fascist who are the real fascists.

  2. Rock Roach says:

    I still like Cherokee Liz better,and lunatic would describe most of the current democrats.I expect the landslide to continue as shown by the first few special elections.Heck one republican candidate scored a knock down of a liberal reporter in Montana and still won handily.
    I really do think people watch the lunacy and antics (lots of violence),and the Dems will score a "Blutarsky" in the 2018 elections.How can you argue a solar panel fence that would keep illegals out of the USA and that would pay for itself? I am sure they will try.

    • Angedur says:

      I like liizard Liz myself, watch her scurry and scamper away, what a goof turd. Just go tell her to douche and that will leave her speechless. Put on that goofy hat.

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  4. Reality Seeker says:

    Firstly, if somebody could grant a wish that McConnell or Schumer would get hit by a car, not both, just one, and I had to choose which one; really, I'd have to say there's no difference between the two, so I'd just flip a quarter….

    The "Dirty Dems" or the Stinkin' GOP both should have been run over and replaced long ago. And , actually, what has the GOP accomplished in the first hundred days of The Donald's Presidency? The truth is nothing that amounts to anything, really. What has been done has been done by executive order. The Donald, not the useless GOP, has made some worthwhile alterations … The Donald, not the useless GOP, has single handedly taken on the Fake News Monster… Donald, not the pieces of excrement in the Republican controlled Congress, has told the collectivist EU to get their shit together.. Donald, not anybody else, is actually attempting to make America great, again — a seemingly impossible task…

    I say keep on trolling; troll on Donald.. troll on. Keep on counter-kicking the MSM right between the legs.. I've always supported Donald's masterful use of Twitter. And, as usual, not one GOP member gets it. Not even one. I don't think one GOP member would understand how trolling and triggering the MSM is actually a brilliant strategy. Once again, only The Donald gets it….

    As was stated in the last article, the breakup of the United States is not a matter of if but when… And as far as I'm concerned, it couldn't happen during a better time, viz., during a Trump presidency. So let's see what happens. It could be a very historical time…

    • Jim Hallett says:

      I think all the never-Trumpers in the Republican Party are a blessing, since it exposes them for the fake "progressive-lite" clowns that they are. As Doug Casey has always said, "The Repubs are the Stupid Party, but the Dumbocrats are the Evil Party." Trump has taken a sledgehammer to much of the p.c. crap and placed a solid conservative on the SCOTUS (giving the Constitution a chance), but the masses have bought into the govt. control of their lives and freedom is dying a long and agonizing death. Despite all the nauseating claptrap on July 4th, there is NO freedom ringing, and most have sold their soul for a govt. handout or regulation to keep their enemies in line. Most of what the Sewer (aka Congress) spends their time on has absolutely no place being the domain of govt. – particularly a republic as we were conceived to be. A breakup would be a good thing, but the how is the $64,000 question.

      • Reality Seeker says:

        Illinois is how it's going to happen. There is a looming crisis in the state budgets all across the nation… The following video highlights just how bad the situation is really.

        In order to address the above insolvency issues found in the video the legislature overrode the Governor's veto of a 33% tax hike…. State government all across the nation are going to be sluicing every last penny they can collect in taxes, regulations, fees, fines and penalties. They won't admit that socialism has killed their economy. No, it couldn't be that. The taxpayer shakedowns have already started. It's only a matter of time before the financial death spiral begins, because people will reduce or discontinue altogether productive activity; thus, reducing the tax base even more until the Mises Moment arrives.

        The States are simply running out of other people's money… The next big downturn will probably lead to a depression which, in turn, will lead to SHTF and likely a splitting of the Union. The Federal Government might start a war to divert attention, but that could make matters even worse. Americans are fed up with wars and the broken economy… and even worse, American are fed up with each other..

      • Angedur says:

        I have heard that a lot of Washington being a cesspool, makes me wonder of the slime who keep voting them in, have got to be just as bad.

  5. arbybaker1949 says:

    Around half the voters voted for Trump. They are paying attention and are very happy with what he is doing. Many in the middle who did not vote for him are also impressed with him. Middle America wants the changes he is trying to achieve, and they are disgusted with the "resistance" of the Democrat liberal left, who they see as acting against the interests of the American people for purely political reasons. The Democrats will pay dearly in the next election cycle for their obstructionism.

    And while I'm at it, can we PLEASE replace Ryan and McConnell with some non-RINO leaders. There must be some highly regarded true conservatives in the party that always runs for election as conservatives!

  6. Richard Lee Van Der says:

    The "best and the brightest" don't run, and if they did, those who vote wouldn't know who is which anyway. What a time we live in! Or, maybe it has always been this way, more or less.

    • Angedur says:

      Most likely always been that way, in a representative form of government, one would represent all in a given area. Even those who you would never want to be around in your personal life. Of course some people dont like that, but we all have the right to make decisions to hang out with whomever or not for no reason or plenty of reasons.

    • Jim Hallett says:

      The best and brightest do not run, since they understand govt. is simply organized crime, and anyone with a healthy moral fiber, would not sign up to enslave people, steal from them, and kill innocent people in other lands. It likely has ALWAYS been this way, but prior to the onslaught of the Progressive Movement (1901 with Teddy R.), govt. did not have so much power and control. Now that they do, it is just a constant grab bag of coercion and theft, papered over with lies and deceptive platitudes – many of which we heard in abundance on July 4th.

      • arbybaker1949 says:

        Some of our best and brightest are now running; Veterans!
        There are still some Boy Scouts out there who believe in this country and are willing to run, reform, and if necessary lose their reelection if that's what it takes to do the right thing.
        Imagine what it would be like if we had hundreds like that, and they learned that doing the right thing would result in their reelection.
        I reiterate; we must rid ourselves of Ryan and McConnell!. How about the following who are members of both the Republican Liberty Caucus and of the Freedom Caucus?

    • Jim Hallett says:

      Unfortunately, the criminal blokes in Australia are doing to their people what the scoundrels here are doing – ripping away freedom, and supposedly, "doing it slowly" so dumbed down sheeple don't realize the frog is boiled until it is too late!

  7. Harry Hagan says:

    I sadly detect diffident support for Mr. Trump in this piece. I'm 100% for him. To hell with the tweet carping. It's fine. So he's eccentric. He is THE knight on a white horse, as far as I'm concerned. He delivered us. No one else could have. Mr. Pence is a fine fellow, for sure, but if he were the prez, it would be right back to the disgustin elite estab. And I'm tired of seeing Nixon lumped in with Clinton and Carter, et al. Nixon is a tragedy figure of Big Media. They found out he didn't "like" them, so they determined to get him, the way they hope to get Trump. No dice this time, I hope and pray.

    • Jean says:

      I remember when MSM news readers were practically wetting all over themselves as they described how "tech savvy" Obama was because he and his handlers took to Twitter and Facebook to connect with their voters. Sure, Obama didn't take swipes as his "enemies" via social media. Instead he used the IRS, the FBM (Federal Bureau of Matters), the power of his office and his press agents at CNN, MSNBC et al to do that for him.

  8. Jana says:

    Amen. Well said as usual.

  9. larajf says:

    The problem is the DDs think they've got all the support…that they've got moral superiority. I heard a sound bite from my "beloved" governor Retread Brown who said that Trump doesn't speak for Americans. Well, yes, Jerry, he kind of does, and you definitely don't. I still don't know how you got re-elected.

  10. Rick G says:

    It's comical watching how unhinged the Radic-Libs have become since the election. I haven't been hearing very much anymore now (at least for the time being) about the "Russia involvement" in the 2016 presidential election. Because there wasn't any. Now, they are frantically pinning all their hopes on removing Donald Trump from the presidency because they sincerely believe (as I hold back my laughter) they can find him psychologically unfit to hold that office. I can just see them now, all huddled together, sweat pouring off their brows, hearts racing, feverishly going through the US Constitution, line by line, to find just one thing, anything, to come up with that could possibly be construed to be used to dump the Donald. Voila! They really believe they have found what they have been looking for! Well, they "think" they now hold the key for Trump's dismissal. The 25th Amendment! I can just see them now, jumping up and down like a bunch of gleeful school children. And what is going to be the real laugher is when this recent futile, frantic act of hysterical desperation goes down in flames before their eyes. Then, what next? What will these unhinged psychopathic Radic-Libs come up with next? Sort of reminds me of the Looney Tunes cartoons of Wylie Coyote's repeated failed attempts to snatch the roadrunner. Everything he tries and does simply fails over and over and makes him look more and more foolishly stupid!

  11. Scott theczech says:

    Conventional wisdom is often conventional folly. The strategy President Trump is deploying is masterful. It is three pronged and powerful:
    – surround yourself with the best and brightest and let them do their jobs
    – distract the detractors by getting them to chase every "shiny object" you throw
    – establish and sustain a full court press with executive and legislative action

    when this era is over I suspect historians will come to this proximate conclusion as well. That a pragmatic and non-political figure emerged at this time in history to gradually turn the ship of state back to core principles as articulated in the founding documents, setting the socialist agenda back years if not decades.

  12. Ivan says:

    Hopefully DT is using the tweeting as a tool and a slick one at that. Let the DD's play around with the tweets while DT takes care of the real business at hand and brings back America to its former glory.

  13. Jurgy says:

    Trump *LOVES* to antagonize his enemies … what he should do is continue to tweet, but rather than attacking or criticising he should only boast about the under-reported positive changes he and the 'pubs are bringing into effect … his attacks on omaba only reinforce the myth that he will do anything to undo omaba's presidency simply because omaba is black …

  14. Rocketman says:

    The more that the average Democrat politician looks like he or she needs to be taking rabies shots, the more and more that the average independent voter is going to want to have nothing to do with them and they are too damn stupid to even realize that. Trump is exposing all of their flaws and all of their lies and they just can't stand it!

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  16. Shelley Ross says:

    They all vote for what's best for me in DC

  17. JoeyBronx says:

    And if that clip showed Obama "taking down" a FOX reporter, media would have called it "clever, and "fun!"

  18. Blank Reg says:

    What fills the Dirty Dems with Trump Derangement Syndrome is that they had all convinced themselves, through Obama’s time, is that their communist/globalist agenda was “historically inevitable”, a victory as certain as tomorrow’s sunrise. So they fell into complacency and an air of smugness.

    Trump’s win turned all that on its head. Braindead as they are, as they were taught in publik skool not to think for themselves, they don’t know what to do except engage in the same overused rhetoric, punctuated with enraged autistic screams.

  19. TxPE says:

    This is a great read. However, IMHO, it would have been MUCH more effective if you had just left out the one snarky word, "Dirty"..

  20. Rock Roach says:

    Just saw a new ticker tape on July 10(probably Fox or One American News) that Obama and Clinton might get heavily involved in the elections in 2018.Talk about something worse than Russian hacking,these 2 might turn American into a 2 party system-Republican and Libertarian lol.