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1. Trump from Michael_Novakhov (197 sites): Palmer Report: “For the love of God” – Donald Trump goes into a rage about how Bill Barr has failed him



As the night goes on and Donald Trump’s roid rage tweet grows more histrionic, it’s becoming clear that Trump thinks he has a very short period of time before the election slips away from him entirely. He’s spent the day screaming about the FBI, the CIA, and the FDA, accusing them all of being a part of some incoherent conspiracy against him.

Now Trump is turning his rage toward one of his own henchmen: Attorney General Bill Barr. Trump has somehow convinced himself today that he’s found proof that Hillary Clinton and the U.S. intel community were conspiring to frame him for conspiring with Russia in 2016, and now he’s very upset that Barr hasn’t magically arrested anyone involved in the hallucination.


   


Trump ended up retweeting someone who posted a fictional image of the late Chris Farley screaming “For the love of God, ARREST SOMEBODY” at a hapless Bill Barr. It sounds like Trump is finally figuring out that Barr sold him a bill of goods when he promised to have U.S. Attorney John Durham somehow magically arrest people on imaginary charges, and Trump is angry that he fell for Barr’s empty promise.


In any case, Donald Trump is rapidly running out of people to attack as his dexamethasone fueled rage tweeting continues. At this point he’s openly attacking Bill Barr, arguably his last remaining henchmen, who just happens to be in coronavirus quarantine at the time. Trump is about to have no one left to attack but himself.

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