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Trumpgrets: A schadenfreude-tastic catalog of Trump voters regretting their choice

Who could ever have guessed that this smirky bastard would turn out to be a con man?
Who could ever have guessed that this smirky bastard would turn out to be a con man?

Attention Trump haters! If you’ve been starved for schadenfreude lately, there’s a blog for you: Trumpgrets, a small but growing compilation of Tweets from Trump fans now feeling betrayed by Orange Mussolini.

Granted, most of them are mad at him for terrible reasons, but hey, I’ll take what I can get at this point.

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Speaking of Ann Coulter, the author of In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! and yes that really is the name of the book, is also feeling played, big league!


While it’s always delightful to see Coulter redfaced — with “blood in the face,” as her white supremacist colleagues like to put it — some of the other Tweets are more sad than funny.


Ah, Bob. You know who else is worried, Bob? EVERY OTHER PERSON ON MEDICARE OR MEDICAID. Every American with pre-existing conditions who couldn’t get insurance before Obamacare kicked in. Lots and lots of people who are just barely hanging on.

You and everyone else who voted for Trump made a huge mistake. And we’re all going to be paying for it for years.

H/T — To the WHTM reader who linked to Trumpgrets in the comments here.

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Scildfreja Unnýðnes
Scildfreja Unnýðnes
5 years ago

How to relax, put your feet up, have a nice drink, and beat Trump:

Who’s in?

Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

@ scildfreja

the Living Tree Doctrine

The ECHR is described as a ‘living document’. It’s also stated that it is to be “a floor, not a ceiling”. So the implication is that it sets out minimum rights and over time they’ll expand; which I guess counts as progressive.

Of course progressive isn’t necessarily a simple thing to define. There’s always the issue of competing interests. The ECHR though contains a ‘reciprocity’ clause. Art 17 says you can’t rely on one convention right to undermine another convention right. That helps to a certain extent. But there’s still room for controversy. So generally the right to freedom of religion can’t be used as a justification for discrimination; but it was held that the Church of England couldn’t be forced to appoint women vicars/bishops (we have an ‘established’ church here so technically the CoE is an arm of the state, which made the ECHR point even more relevant).

5 years ago

I believe this link is to a hub of info and tips re anti-Trump-policies activism (like strategy and tactics for regularly phoning your local and regional representatives in an organised way to do the most good):

I don’t know anything about it, it just came across my dash and looked like it might be of interest????

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
5 years ago

@Hu, Scildfreja:
Of course, the problem is that federal government in the U.S. has been suppressing state laws for decades by tying federal funding for things to following federal guidelines. One of the most famous examples being tying highway maintenance funding to having a 55mph speed limit back during the 1973 oil crisis.

There’s already a bill in play about withholding Community Development Block Grants if state or city police forces don’t help with federal immigration crackdowns and deportations.

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