Trumpism Is Not Just Nutty. It’s Fruity too.

““This is an apple,” the ad begins with a red apple on a white screen. “Some people might try to tell you it’s a banana. They might scream, ‘Banana, banana, banana,’ over and over again. They might put banana in all caps. You might even start to believe this is a banana. But it’s not. This is an apple.””
See CNN takes aim at President Donald Trump and his TV surrogates’ lies in a stunning abstract ad
Chuckle. I noticed long ago that Trump replaces logic, reason, and knowledge with mindless repetition. In fact, the more often he repeats something three times in rapid succession the more certain I am that it’s a lie and that Trump is trying to convince himself and others that a lie is the truth, but it isn’t.

About Robert Pogson

I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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8 Responses to Trumpism Is Not Just Nutty. It’s Fruity too.

  1. Kurkosdr says:

    Trump is virtuous.

    Yeah, he is so virtuous that he signed an executive order to restrict women’s access to abortion, and he also granted ISPs the right to censor what content their customers can access (at reasonable level of service) by gutting net neutrality.

    I wish I could see Trump as an anti-hero. But he represents too many things every forward-thinking person should hate and therefore he is a villain.

    Hilary of course is a sellout to interests that are against the working class (with her pro-illegal immigration/sanctuary cities stance and pro-China, pro NAFTA stance).

    Let the worst win.

  2. IGnatius T Foobar says:

    “Trump’s truths are few and far between. ”

    Yeah, you spelled “Obama” wrong there, Pogsie. Obama always lies. Trump is virtuous. Anyone who disagrees is blinded by liberal dementia.

  3. IGnatius T Foobar wrote, “the truths President Trump is telling”.

    Trump’s truths are few and far between. Check out today’s tweets. They are all lies. Corker is not little. He’s beloved in Tennessee. Trump offered to support him if he ran again. Corker told his constituents he would only take two terms… So, where is Trump hiding all these truths? The stock market at an all time high due to his aura? Nope. It’s been on an upward trend for years before Trump crawled into the swamp. I know. I made a lot of money there. I left USAian stocks and made more money. The USAian stock market is a bubble which will burst if GOP try to limit the damage to the national debt Trump plans. Trump has no morality. I expect he will attempt war with North Korea if his tweets don’t distract from his incompetence sufficiently. He already has his own Benghazi going. He promised supporters USA would not be pushed around by rag-heads in the desert. He lied. He was out golfing when he should have been playing commander in chief. Come to think of it. He plays more golf in a month than Obama did in 8 years. He also enriches himself debasing the office of POTUS. Wake up!

  4. IGnatius T Foobar says:

    It’s funny how CNN’s ad completely describes the lies THEY are telling, rather than the truths President Trump is telling. CNN screams “banana banana banana” (or more accurately, “Russia Russia Russia”) even though they know they’re lying.

    Mr. Pogson, for someone who hates President Trump so much, you’re being very generous by allowing him to live inside your head rent-free.

  5. Deaf Spy wrote, “What I start to miss in Robert’s latest preaching is “small cheap computers”.”

    It’s in the tag-cloud. When you suffer withdrawal symptoms, just click on the link:

  6. Kurkosdr says:

    It appears Beast is not getting replaced anytime soon despite its alleged hairdrying properties and the fact it is powered by the evil x86 ISA.

    The new cause-of-the-year for Pog is solar power, which in all fairness is something real, unlike a silly jihad against an ISA.

    However, we must be careful to not give Pog any credit for increased sanity. There is no evidence that Pog gave up his quest for an “ARMed” replacement of Beast because he saw the silliness of the whole thing, instead of giving up because he couldn’t find an ARM board that matches his weird requirements (basically, massive I/O buses attached to a puny little CPU).

    So, don’t think the whole “small cheap computers” thing is over. The moment some Chinese company announces a PCI-E slot kludged to an ARM core, it will be back.

  7. Deaf Spy says:

    What I start to miss in Robert’s latest preaching is “small cheap computers”.

  8. Grece says:

    In fact, the more often he repeats something three times…

    How many times have have you spouted off about Debian, Linux, global warming and ARM Robert? Using your methodology, those would be lies too.

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