Those who serve the devil, AKA Donald’s Dorks, really can’t do what they think is right.  They work for a certified screwball sick narcissistic micromanager, running the nations railroads with the skill set of a new HO train enthusiast on a one four foot circle track.


He will at some point, if not stopped, finish destroying this country.  He is a liar, mentally unstable, brilliant as a manipulator when his money,  lawyers, and fellow scumbags  collaborate together for their own personal good.    

It will take a while till the other TRUMPETS eventually meet the reaper at some time in their career, or at the end of their career,  the Reapers down and out list of victims, some lucky enough to get out early, and maybe will be the hero's, or survivors of the regime.  The following were lucky enough to get out of the forthcoming mess.

Of the people who resigned all had something in common, they saw through the sickness that became the new Presidents motis-operandi and had the honor and respect for the nation to not serve a madman. 

The appointees to the cabinet below might mean well, many have convoluted extreme positions against earth warming, energy and resources, the environment, education and health care, housing and redevelopment.  

But to be honest I only see three maybe four competent to do the job, the others are just crony’s and time will tell, but I fear more harm than good.  And it will take years to rebuild... just as it took Obama to fix the mess Bush 43 put us in.  Unfortunately the harm being done to our reputation in the world will take decades as we will be surpassed by the Chinese.




Our favorite schmucks doomed due to a lack of talent, brains, common sense and compassion. 

Others are perpetually seen as on the way out. John F. Kelly, the chief of staff, at one point broached resigning over the handling of Mr. Porter’s case. 

Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, the national security adviser, has been reported to be preparing to leave. 

And many officials wonder if Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, will stay now that he has lost his top-secret security clearance; the departure of Mr. Cohn further shrinks the number of allies Mr. Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, have in the White House.

More than one in three top White House officials left by the end of Mr. Trump’s first year and fewer than half of the 12 positions closest to the president are still occupied by the same people as when he came into office, according to a Brookings Institution study.

Mr. Cohn’s departure will bring the turnover number to 43 percent, according to updated figures compiled by Kathryn Dunn Tenpas of the Brookings Institution.


Who wanted to abolish the department he was placed in...

James Richard "Rick" Perry, born March 4, 1950 is an American politician who is the 14th and current United States Secretary of Energy, serving in the Cabinet of Donald Trump.

Prior to his cabinet position, Perry served as the 47th Governor of Texas from December 2000 to January 2015. A Republican, he was elected Lieutenant Governor of Texas in 1998 and assumed the governorship in December 2000 when then-Governor George W. Bush resigned to become President of the United States. Perry was the longest-serving Governor in Texas history.

Perry was elected three times to full gubernatorial terms and is the fourth Texas Governor (after Allan Shivers, Price Daniel and John Connally) to serve three terms. 

With a tenure in office of 14 years, 30 days, Perry was, at the time he left office, the second longest-serving current US governor after Terry Branstad of Iowa. 

Perry ran unsuccessfully for the Republican nomination for President of the United States in 2012 and 2016  due to a faulty memory blamed on medicine and a bad head cold, something like “frozen brains” and had a problem remembering what to say.  

Our psychiatrist explained it as counting 1,2,3,5 and forgetting what four was all about.  He referred to it as Crainial-Rectal Dyslexia”, stage three.

On December 14, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump announced his intention to nominate the longtime Texas Governor as his Secretary of Energy. On March 2, 2017, he was confirmed by the United States Senate in a 62–37 vote.   Donald wanted Perry to abolish the EPA.  

After listening to Rick Perry at Congressional Committee meetings last week, he sounds as ill-prepared and as nervous as ever.  Former Texas Governor Rick Perry, tapped by President-elect Donald Trump to head the Energy Department, vowed to be an advocate for an agency he once pledged to eliminate and promised to rely on federal scientists, including those who work on climate change.

Perry told a Senate committee Thursday that he regrets his infamous statement about abolishing the department and insisted it performs critical functions, particularly in protecting and modernizing the nation’s nuclear stockpile.   Obviously the Ammonia used to wake him out of his stupor worked.

‘‘My past statements made over five years ago about abolishing the Department of Energy do not reflect my current thinking,’’ Perry said. ‘’In fact, after being briefed on so many of the vital functions of the Department of Energy, I regret recommending its elimination.’’  In 2011, at a Republican presidential primary debate, Perry became a punchline who famously forgot the department was one of the agencies he wanted to eliminate.

This translates into layman’s terms I opened my big mouth before I knew the truth.  

At his confirmation hearing, Perry also pledged to promote and develop American energy in all forms, advance the department’s science and technology mission, and carefully dispose of nuclear waste. And he acknowledged that climate change is real.

‘‘I believe some of it is naturally occurring, but some of it is also caused by man-made activity,’’ Perry told the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. ‘‘The question is how do we address it in a thoughtful way that doesn’t compromise economic growth, the affordability of energy, or American jobs.’’

Perry, who served 14 years at Texas governor, ( not withstanding the intelligence of some Texans)  said he was for ‘’all of the above’’ on energy production — oil and gas to renewable sources like wind and solar power — before President Obama embraced the strategy.

Democrats and environmental groups have derided Perry’s nomination, calling him a steep drop-off from the two renowned physicists who preceded him as energy chief, Steven Chu and Ernest Moniz. Perry earned a bachelor’s degree in animal science from Texas A&M University, ( AKA Cow-Humping) where he was also a member of the Corps of Cadets and a “  Yell Leader”.  What the f*ck is a Yell Leader?

Moniz said last week that he and Perry had discussed the ‘’special role’’ of the Energy Department’s 17 national laboratories and said he trusts that the labs — and scientists generally — will have Perry’s ‘‘strong support.’’   Nicholson is also in a midst of turmoil finding TRUMP to be as predictable as STD’s, and twice as dangerous. 


His selection of the educational secretary Betsy DeVos, a rich GOP supporter with failures in educational programs makes me angry, I mentor kids, and I believe she will destroy school systems and convert them to charter or private schools only the rich can afford.  She has the support of the KOCH brothers, modern day wealthy party members. 


More Republican tax credits for the poor.  Not to mention again and again when you earn nothing a tax credit is useless. But the KOCH brothers in the tax break area will save millions in taxes... those two are worse than the Russian Oligarchy.   The average income earner in the poverty level will gain $1.50 per week enough for an ice cream cone wit one ball of ice cream

In June, the secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, announced plans to dismantle a set of Obama-era policies devised to protect students and taxpayers from predatory for-profit colleges.  Yet data released in the final days of the previous administration shows that the existing rules have proven more effective at shutting down bad college programs than even the most optimistic backers could have hoped.

The rules that Ms. DeVos wants to repeal are called the gainful employment regulations. For all for-profit programs, and any non-degree employment certificate programs at public or nonprofit colleges, the education department compares how much the typical student borrows versus how much they earn after graduation.

If the ratio is too high — if students borrow lots of money and can’t get well-paying jobs — the program is deemed “failing.” A program that fails in two out of three years becomes ineligible for federal financial aid.  Since many for-profit programs get up to 90 percent of their revenue through the Department of Education, the penalty will almost surely shut them down.

Before it could complete the rules, the Obama administration had to spend years fighting through a thicket of lawsuits filed by the for-profit college industry. Eleven days before President Trump’s inauguration, the Department of Education released the first list of failing programs. Ms. DeVos has extended the original deadline for appealing the findings, and recently announced plans to rewrite the rules. Simple lots of her friends own those diploma colleges.  And they make money and get federal tuition grants.

But a close analysis of the more than 500 failing programs that haven’t appealed their status reveals something interesting: A substantial majority of them, 300 or so, have already been shut down — even though colleges are not yet required to do so. The gainful employment test turns out to be an accurate way of identifying programs that for-profit colleges themselves don’t think are worth saving, as well as identifying programs run by colleges that are on the brink of bankruptcy and dissolution. It shows these Diploma Colleges are as fake as the numbers and policies DeVos puts out.

The gainful employment results suggest why. Students who earned a bachelor’s degree in fashion design at Sanford-Brown College’s now-defunct Chicago campus left school with over $45,000 in federal and institutional loans. But they earned less than $21,000 per year, before taxes, food and rent. That’s barely above the minimum wage for a family of three. Only 29 percent of students who started the program graduated on time.

Our Secretary of Education is a bona-fide idiot and that won’t last.  Her failings in the education business are well known but she did contribute a lot to the Republican party, she did not give money to his campaign.  President-elect Donald Trump announced his nominee for the position of Secretary of Education, 58-year-old Betsy DeVos, who is described by the Washington Post as a “Michigan billionaire and conservative activist.”

DeVos is a former chairperson of the Michigan Republican Party. Her husband, Amway heir Dick DeVos Jr., ran as the Republican candidate for governor of the state in 2006. She currently chairs the American Federation for Children, an organization that promotes “school choice” in the form of education vouchers, scholarship tax credits, and the like. 

“I am honored to accept this responsibility to work with the President-elect on his vision to make American education great again,” DeVos said:  The status quo in education is not acceptable. Together, we can work to make transformational change that ensures every student in America has the opportunity to fulfill his or her highest potential.  Really?

Reactions to her nomination were sharply divided. Conservative Republican Senator Lamar Alexander ( Code name Moonshiner from Tennessee)     DeVos “an excellent choice.” 

Meanwhile the National Education Association (NEA) President Lily Eskelsen Garcia said the Trump administration’s choice of DeVos shows “just how out of touch it is” with the education system.

The deeply partisan Internet meme displayed above sarcastically presents DeVos’ “qualifications” for the job as a list of negatives, claiming, for example, that she doesn’t believe in public education, never attended a public school in her life, and has never worked in a school setting. We’ll examine the veracity of each claim individually:

Generally no matter where she speaks she is booed or not appreciated.  They must have missed her while draining the swamp.

Through their nonprofit organization, the Dick and Betsy DeVos Family Foundation, Betsy and her husband have given tens of millions of dollars to a great many schools and organizations, some of which are identified as “Christian.”
For 12 years running, for example, the foundation 
donated between $200,000 and $300,000 annually to Potter’s House, a nonprofit “Christ-centered” elementary school serving underprivileged children in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
But they have also contributed large amounts to the Van Andel Institute (VAI), scientific research and education facility, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, among many others.

PARTLY true. As noted above, DeVos has long been an advocate for “school choice,” which does involve, to some extent, funneling money away from public schools and toward private educational options, including for-profit and Christian-based schools. 

On 7 February 2017, the Senate approved Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a tie vote.  

Our small business Cabinet appointee also bought her job with millions in Donations to the GOP, but we are all wondering  when  she will kick TRUMP in the balls just like she did to her reality star husband Vince McMahon of the celebrated WWE, World Wide Wresting, tied even with TRUMP in the stupid following department. 


Donald Trump, professional wrestling aficionado at left, in this April 1, 2007, file photo, with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, center, held by “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, prepares to have his hair cut off by Trump, and Bobby Lashley, right, after Lashley defeated Umaga at Wrestlemania 23 at Ford Field in Detroit. 

A doctored video of Trump tackling a person with a CNN logo for a head, posted on Twitter July 2, has caused a lot of discourse online.   (Great Photo: Carlos Osorio, AP)

Vince McMahon is the husband of Linda McMahon who was selected by TRUMP after contributing lots of money, millions to become the Secretary Cabinet member in Small Business Development. 

She occasionally made on-screen appearances, most notably in a wrestling “ Staged feud” with her husband which climaxed at WrestleMania X-Seven.  She won by kicking him in the testicles.  She commented it was easy, “ He’s got big balls”.

McMahon and her husband became wealthy through WWE’s success, and the McMahon family name is now synonymous with the professional wrestling industry.  An industry, called “ Sports entertainment”  is a steroid and stunt driven world and as phony and degrading as our political spectrum.   And many of the players prompted an federal investigation of the use of steroids by the participants.

In 2009, Linda McMahon left WWE to run as a Republican for a seat in the United States Senate from Connecticut, but lost to Democratic Party nominee Richard Blumenthal in the general election of 2010.  She tried again and was the Republican nominee for Connecticut’s other Senate seat in the 2012 race, but lost to Democratic Representative Chris Murphy. 

In Senate races, she loses twice, McMahon’s commonality of being a fake fraud and reality star just like Donald, the fake President.  A match made in heaven via the ring. (pun).  It tells you the good citizens of Connecticut didn’t want anything to do with her, but TRUMP thought otherwise.  Might have to do with donations (Millions) and the friendship she has with Donald.

In the photo on the right some of her constituents are discussing the relative merits of business such as the drop kick, the eye gouge and the kick to the nuts.  All vote getters with the audience who thinks its all real. Just like TRUMP voters who thinks he’s real.


In some memorable on-stage WWE appearances, McMahon — or rather, the fictional Linda McMahon character that she played — suffered a nervous breakdown in 2000, and was committed to a mental hospital. She later returned in a wheelchair, from which she dramatically rose to kick her husband in the groin during a 2001 match. 

After 2005, her WWE character was re-conceived as a heel (villain), and she was called into the ring in her position as CEO to again kick her husband in the groin. “  don't play CEO," she frequently said when she ran WWE, "I am the CEO."

Nearly three decades after she and her husband began the company that would evolve into the WWE, McMahon began a career in government in January 2009. That year, Connecticut Governor Jodi Rell appointed her to the State Board of Education. 

A month later, the State House of Representatives and the Senate voted to approve her appointment.  She was welcomed and cheered by Pee Wee Hermann who offered to share a bag of popcorn with her in a movie theatre.  Hopefully it’s not a children’s movie. 

There were critics of the decision, as some thought that having the wife of the WWE’s founder working in small business would send the wrong signal. In her opening statement in testimony to the state legislature, the North Carolina native explained that she has always had an interest in small business and education.  She brought up the WWE’s programs like Get R.E.A.L. and the 2008 voter outreach program “Smackdown your Vote!”

McMahon has returned her attention to education and her current venture is Women’s Leadership LIVE, which aims to help women become leaders. We want to let women know, ‘This is how these women were successful, and they’re sharing their story with you.’ Our goal is to train women, give them the tools for success–ever how they define success, and that’s what is critical. We want to reach into each of those pockets to give them access to that knowledge and experience.

McMahon told Roll Call that there are some things she disagrees with Trump about. “He has said he’s a pro-life candidate, so we may be a little different on that,” she said. However, she does see herself as fiscally conservative. 

McMahon has known Trump for 30 years, but she told Roll Call that their relationship was strictly business. The McMahons did make a $5 million donation to Trump’s foundation in 2007.


“Those comments were just over the top; they were deplorable, objectionable absolutely,” McMahon said of Trump’s comments about women. “He’s not helping, certainly, to put women in the best light. 

Maybe he regrets them, maybe he doesn’t. I realize he punches hard when he punches back, but that’s just over the top. I wish that no candidate would make those comments.”

However, this did not stop McMahon, a former Christie supporter, from backing Trump. Indeed, she told the Associated Press that he is “a vessel that has housed this anger and this dissatisfaction” in the U.S.   “Once you’re his friend, he is loyal to the end. So was my dog.  He’s an incredibly loyal, loyal friend,” she added.   McMahon attended Trump’s victory party and congratulated him on Twitter.


And we haven’t even looked at our Transportation Secretary, 

Elaine Lan Chao is the 18th and current United States Secretary of Transportation.  A member of the Republican Party, she was previously a cabinet member in the administration of President George W. Bush. On November 29, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump nominated Chao to serve as the Secretary of Transportation ...

Dr. Ben Carson and Mr. Wonderful Steve Mnuchin.  Also part of ....

Donald Trump’s Cabinet, the richest assembly of “public servants” in any Cabinet in history, likes nice things.  

Last week, Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price apologized for spending some $400,000 of taxpayer money on unnecessary charter flights; then hours later it was revealed he spent an additional $500,000-plus on military flights to Europe. 

That was enough to boot the former congressman from the Cabinet. On Thursday, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin was in the spotlight again for his liberal use of America’s fleet of military planes with the New York Times reporting the former Goldman Sachs banker has burned through more than $800,000 in military aircraft usage since taking over the Treasury Department.


Is it save your hide?  Get out while you can? You came out of the ether.
The water is poisoned, beat the rush, looking for dry land and you finally
see what TRUMP is all about...

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