Snowden may indeed receive a pardon and shortly after a bunk-mate in the form of the same soon-to-be ex-President
Trump says so many crazy things on any given day, it is easy to let any one particular thing just float on by and get ready for whatever the next outrageous or just wacko thing that comes out of his mouth.
Ascribing some kind of motivation is often a fools errand of second convolution logic that leads to a parlor game of either elevating this mental-midget to a “very stable genius” or trying to follow clues as to his source for the “idea” (like what was aired on Fox News in the 12 hours prior to his tweet or crazy proclamation).
The idea he came up with of leaving the country, after he loses to “the worst candidate in the history of politics”, is not one of those run-of-the-mill , dime-a-dozen utterances. No. It is a very real concern that appears to be weighing heavily on his mind, and that he feels the need to discuss with thousands of his closest friends (the audiences at his super-spreader rallies).
If there is a genius to Trump, it is his ability to go so far beyond the pale that even those that know his predilection for bizarre suggestions and actions have not followed his twisted logic quite as far as he is about to take it.
Floating the idea of a Pardon for Snowden was Clue #1
The backward inverted idea of a pardon initiated by Trump for someone he once called a “traitor” is pure, simple Trump-ian thought at it’s most absurd. All Snowden needed to do to become Trump’s new friend was to hang out for a while with Trump’s other friend; Putin. So, as is so often the case with the most obtuse and simultaneously transparent maniac, one only has to connect the dots to reach a simple rock-solid conclusion: Trump is shopping for a post-election-loss safe-haven and joining Snowden in Moscow is his very first choice.
Now, never mind that Snowden is not a Trump supporter or sycophant, his proximity alone, to Putin, in Trump’s bent mind, makes him an ally of sorts. And if pushed, I am certain Trump would somehow use this thought process to link Wikileaks, which he “loves” when they leak Democratic dirt, and Assange, though strange bedfellows don’t begin to cover that trio of compatriots.
The phrase: “Banana republic” comes to mind
This prediction, written on this very parchment at 21:21 on October 21, 2020, is herby put forth – however, in fairness, it is actually at least 3 predictions.
First, that Trump will lose Bigly on or around November 3rd. Second, that he will opt for plan c, after his wannabe civil warriors fail to show up for any dubious would-be battles, and leave the USA forthwith. Third that he is already entertaining offers but has Moscow very high on his list, since the shit-hole countries, that he bad-mouthed on the way up the ladder of infamy, do not have an interest in harboring him.
Lynxotic may receive a small commission based on any purchases made by following links from this page.
Books1 week ago
‘House of the Dragon’ first Trailer hints at Something Big
Apple5 days ago
How to Reset Safari in iOS 15 and other stress reducing tips
Apple1 week ago
Live Mode in iOS 15.1 Find My app is Whack! See Video Now
Books2 weeks ago
New video of Trump’s Mad House outed by Grisham’s Exposé
Business2 weeks ago
More Than Half of America’s 100 Richest People Exploit Special Trusts to Avoid Estate Taxes
Apple2 weeks ago
Apple had no choice but to create Cinematic Mode: here’s the real reason why
Entertainment2 weeks ago
Gone by Midnight: catch these Classic Movies and Series incl. ‘boogie nights’ ‘the pianist’ on Netflix
Apple3 days ago
Apple announces ‘Unleashed’ event: unveiling of MacBook Pros, Mini and Airpod Pro 3s are likely
Business2 weeks ago
The September Swoon has Started: Nasdaq drops 2.83%, collapse blamed on bond rate rise
Breaking News1 week ago
US Denounced as ‘Biggest Peddler of Financial Secrecy’ After Pandora Papers Leak
Apps1 week ago
‘System Is Blinking Red’: Experts Condemn Facebook’s Profit-Seeking Algorithms
Business2 weeks ago
‘Enough Is Enough’: Report Shows Big Oil’s Offshore Tax Loopholes Cost US at Least $86 Billion Per Year