TDS: How Trump Totally Stole Christmas (Or Something)

The Trump Derangement Syndrome is strong in this one, young Padawan

(Dallas News)  A home in central Austin makes no apologies for its politically themed Christmas display that equates President Donald Trump’s handling of hot-button issues with a certain green-furred holiday icon.

“‘Twas a few days before Christmas, decorations on display; and some are custom-made, but to many’s dismay, this one jumps into the political fray,” KVUE-TV reporter Brandon Jones said, wasting no time getting into the Dr. Seuss-inspired spirit of things.

The decoration depicts the Grinch — sporting Trump-like bushy hair and eyebrows — making off with some “Christmas gifts” in the form of the Affordable Care Act, DACA, the Paris climate accords and net neutrality.

Interestingly, when some had anti-Obama yard displays, the media pretty much refused to cover them, and those few that did castigated those who put them up.

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2 Responses to “TDS: How Trump Totally Stole Christmas (Or Something)”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Interestingly, when some had anti-Obama yard displays, the media pretty much refused to cover them, and those few that did castigated those who put them up.

    LOL.

    That’s not completely true. There were many stories describing effigies of President Obama being lynched. Or as a tribal African. And hundreds of anti-Obama billboards. Anyway, it’s Con Man revisionism to ignore the anti-Obama fervor from the far-right.

    You do see that depicting the lynching of a Black official is different from depicting an official as the Grinch – although we’re beginning to suspect those on the right do not see the difference.

    Another difference is that the mass of Americans liked President Obama but only about 30% of Americans find the embarrassingly inept tRump acceptable.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      The irrelevant musings of a pathetic coward and child-f*cker.

      Thanks, little guy, you never disappoint.

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