Hello, welcome to Make America Hate Again, the documentary of the hate Trump has made again. The number on the top represents the week of Trump’s term and the number beneath shows how many weeks there are in total of his term. If you want to find a specific week, either change the URL in the top bar^ or search for “part [week number]” into the search bar
If in doubt, any quotes come from here.
I would also like to clarify: I don’t think all conservatives are idiots. I disagree with many conservative views, but most conservatives’ points can at least be understood. Trump cannot.
- Appoint judges “who will uphold the Constitution” and “defend the Second Amendment” (the right to bear arms)
- Construct a wall on the southern U.S. border and limit immigration “to give unemployed Americans an opportunity to fill good-paying jobs”
- Re-assess trade agreements with other nations and “crack down” on companies that send jobs overseas
- Repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (commonly called the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare)
- Remove federal restrictions on energy production
- Push for an amendment to the United States Constitution imposing term limits on Congress
- Eliminate gun-free zones
- Formulate a rule on regulations “that for every one new regulation, two old regulations must be eliminated”
- Instruct the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to “develop a comprehensive plan to protect America’s vital infrastructure from cyberattacks, and all other form of attacks.”
- Label China a “currency manipulator”
- “…against radical Islamic terrorism, which we will eradicate completely from the face of the earth.” There’s only two ways to remove an ideology. The first, is the Nazi-esque route of killing everyone who has it, and killing everyone who looks like they might have it, and to kill all their relatives so the genes that allow that to be passed on are not passed on. This is not recommended. The second is to not try to eradicate it. When you meet someone from one of those fragile groups, you go out of your way to show them they’re a valuable person. People who believe they’re valuable don’t become suicide bombers. You show them they can function perfectly well in your society. People who fit within a society don’t abandon it to deliberately try bringing it down. One of these methods is far cheaper, and easier, literally anyone can contribute to it, and most importantly of all- it doesn’t need genocide.
- “I heard when people of sound mind come out of those meetings [briefings about their role as president], they’re either crying, or thrown away by it. The amazing power to destroy this planet that’s in a finger of the president of the United States, the second he takes office is too awesome for a normal human being to imagine.” says Chris Matthews, a member of the Carter administration, as a speechwriter. He said this after describing how the relayed message for the nuclear launch is sent. It sounded a lot like he was about to add “and this is how I know he isn’t of sound mind.” He then referencedan interview: “I asked” What, what should happen to a woman that chooses to have an abortion? Either you’re-” “Well,” he said, “There has to be some punishment for her.” And then he said- he also said- … we… he “wouldn’t rule out nuclear weapons in Europe.” Europe’s small! If you blow up somebody, everybody get’s blown up! And he said “Why did we make ’em if we’re not going to use ’em?”” I think the nuclear comment speaks for itself (in an intense level of moronic), but I can’t comprehend how the idea that a woman should be punished even in situations where she’s aborting to save her life, or when the baby would never survive, or when she was raped, manages to keep entering politics.
- Chris Matthews also says that Donald Trump sent a christmas card back to him, autographed. “This is a beautiful family, Donald Trump.” Which completely puts him out of touch with the entire population; greetings cards being sent back is a huge insult in the UK, and I assume it is in the US.
- The secretary of Education, Betsy Devos, wants there to be fire arms in schools to help fight off bears. It’s oddly ironic how stupid that justification is. I’m sure the first stop most bears take when approaching towns (which they do very often) is to directly approach schools, enter them, and start attacking pupils, because obviously, the 30% of the diet that is meat in grizzly bears is best satisfied by yelling, screaming kids who would definitely not scare a bear off just by sheer number of them, and the noise volume. Besides, most animals judge size by the front face, and bear shoulders honestly reach roughly up to many people’s stomachs and no further. She also militantly calls for school privitisation; her entire job will probably be cutting education money and campaigning for private schools. Poor children won’t even be able to afford schooling in Trump’s USA. As I said before, I would not be willing to keep my children in public schooling if I were a parent in the USA at the moment, and this further confirms that.
- Riots started on Friday in response to the inaugoration.
- “I looked out, the field was, looked like million, million and a half people. They showed a field where there was practically nobody standing there. And they said, “Donald Trump did not draw well.”” Apparently we’re dealing with someone who doesn’t realise that a field which looks about 5% full isn’t a good turn out.
- Half a million women worldwide stage protest marches against Trump, completely overshadowing his first day as president, in the largest protest in the USA since the Vietnam war. Good work.
- Trump made his speech in front of a commemorative memorial for war deaths, in which he disrespected the event by lying bald faced in front of a war memorial. Which is also disrespectful generally, but it’s even more so when commemorating the sacrifice of people who died fighting for what they thought was right.
- He also insinuated he might start another war in Iraq, which went down well.
- Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway has said Trump needs his own special intelligence service, which sounds oddly like wanting a secret police in the USA.
- The White House chief of press, Sean Spicer, backed up the claims that there was a large crowd on the day of the inauguration;
. He refused to take questions. I believe this was the interview that CNN refused to broadcast live because the media is meant to work as a buffer between propoganda and the people. Two day non propoganda streak will probably be the record in this presidency.
- Adam Schiff, a Democratic congressman from California, said: “If Trump can’t handle the press on crowd size, just wait until they report on the economy, budget and healthcare … Anything unfavourable he will call a lie.”
- The White House outright refused to release Trump’s tax returns.
- The USA has officially backed out of the TPP.
- Trump again claimed that there were millions of illegal votes against him, making this the official government position.
- The official replacement for Obamacare has been proposed. States that like Obamacare can keep it, but all others have to adopt whatever else Trump comes up with. I think very few states will opt out of Obamacare.
- Donald Trump claims that his inauguration day should be an annual day of celebration- the National Day of Patriotic Declaration. This should be concerning to everyone. He didn’t say that inauguration day should be- just his inauguration day. Which rather suggests it’s the last inauguration he thinks they’ll be. It also mirrors comments from the DPRK very closely. It is now official US legislation. It seems to be a tradition for US presidents to rename inauguration day something else for their term, but Patriotic Declaration comes far from Bush’s Prayer and Thanksgiving or Obama’s Renewal and Reconciliation.
- Sean Spicer said “We can disagree on facts”.
- Four journalists reporting about the protests were arrested. If charged, and all other people arrested already for this in Trump’s term are charged too, then 6 people are facing 10 years in jail and a US$25,000 fine. None of their reports actually featured any valid legal charges, while real crimes were occurring in the rioting on Friday and being entirely ignored. I think this would make them classifiable as political prisoners.
- “”They would all be for the other side,” he said, possibly forgetting that one of the few arrests for voting fraud in 2016 was of an Iowa woman who tried to vote for him twice.” I think we all know about Trump’s constant allegations that millions of people voted “illegally” for Clinton. I’ve also stated before that I suspect he means PoCs, women or Muslims. Here is to highlight his complete disgregard for actual facts. If he cared about facts, he would have checked this out and found this case which he completely opposes with his “informed” conclusion. “”Look forward to seeing final results of VoteStand, Gregg Phillips and crew say at least 3,000,000 votes were illegal. We must do better!”” This sounds like he’s trying to make higher claims of illegal votes just to boost his reputation. He then calls for harsher voting restrictions and checks, which would not have much of an effect nationally, and then for the removal of early voting procedures, which would hinder voting groups who mostly favour democrat (the poor, PoCs, disabled individuals), who cannot physically reach a polling station on voting day, either because their bodies are not able to or because they cannot take time off work. I would say that if only 3 people were found to have commited fraud of 314 million, the rules are already harsh enough. 1 in 100 million is not exactly much.
- President Enrique Peña Nieto and Donald Trump “jointly” cancelled their meeting due to “disagreements on who should build the Mexico-USA border wall”. Trump said that Mexico is not treating the USA “fairly”.
- Banning all immigration and visitors from Somalia, Libya, Sudan, Syria, Iran, Iraq and Yemen, all Muslim majority, while allowing any and all Christian migrants, which is against the US constitution’s statement (in the First Ammendment) on not being a Christian country (or rather, guaranteeing a complete right to religious freedom), but instead being intentionally secular. “If the ban were announced with a one week notice, the “bad” would rush into our country during that week. A lot of bad “dudes” out there!” It takes a lot longer than a week to prepare your documents and walk or smuggle yourself to an airport in a war torn country. One family took 2 years preparing their documents and travel, and arrived in Philadelphia just after receiving their visas, making touch down within moments of the announcement. They were arrested and deported back to Iraq, having spent less than a day in the country they had come to to escape war. This is one example of many I have found very, very easily.
- These people are not allowed to enter the USA for 90 days, with refugee admissions suspended for 120 days with “case by case” exceptions, with Syrian refugees suspended indefinitely. Only 50,000 refugees are allowed to enter the USA in 2017. He says this will “Keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the US“, even though the 7 banned states are not the states the 19 9/11 bombers were from, which were Saudi Arabia (15), the UAE (2), Lebanon (1) and Egypt (1). Note that none of these were the states that got travel bans (and it would be pretty awful if that were why they did, as 1 person is definitely not representative of any population, and I highly doubt 15 would be, even in somewhere far less populous than Saudi Arabia.