I never know where to begin in describing the psychopathy of Donald Trump. This might be my major theme until the election. In fact, at some point I will explain clearly why Donald Trump is the most dangerous human being on earth.

I hear the chuckles and see the smirks and rolling eyes coming from the infatuated Trump supporters who are just waiting to be bitch-slapped by The Man because they know full well that he won’t ever do a thing for them unless it also benefits Donald J. Trump. (By the way, fellow feminists, my mother is a female dog, so don’t get too politically correct here!)

But let me be serious: I’m serious. And a poopload of professionals whom we have entrusted at the very highest levels with our safety and security agree with me. For example, I have no doubt that the last two Republican Presidents and the last two Republican candidates for President agree. And when “Bomb, Bomb” McCain is worried about having a trigger-happy President, it’s time to sit up and take notice.

In fact, I will go so far as to say that any man, woman, or dog who has a serious knowledge of world affairs and who doesn’t understand this is educated far beyond his or her ability to comprehend.

O.K. Getting ahead of myself. For today, just two examples of Donald Trump’s pathological character. I will go in reverse chronological order:

First, three days ago, on Friday, September 16, at a rally in Miami, Trump was defending the Second Amendment. He, his running mate, and his surrogates have been consistently lying about Hilary Clinton’s wanting to abolish gun ownership in the United States. So he concluded that if she doesn’t want anyone else to have guns, he thinks that “her bodyguards should drop all weapons. They should disarm…Let’s see what happens to her.”

Now, I agree that in this amazingly violent and hate-filled atmosphere in which our country continues to be engulfed, people do need guns to protect themselves, and that elites protected by armed guards ought to understand this. But Donald Trump can never stop at the reasonable end of a point. This is why he is so dangerous.

He concluded his rant by saying, “Let’s see what happens to her.” This sentence represents the projectile vomit of a diseased mind being splattered upon the psyches of some pretty sick puppies who are a small but integral part of his audience. And these deplorables understand exactly what he means. They have heard the same thing at least once before when he “joked” about how convenient it might be if someone assassinated Hillary Clinton before she could make any Supreme Court nominations.

And he knows exactly what he is saying and exactly what he is doing. Anyone smart enough to manipulate the country into very possibly electing as our President a profoundly ignorant, dangerously unqualified, constitutionally dishonest, terrifyingly mentally unstable con artist and sham-meister is smart enough to know exactly what he is saying and exactly what he is doing.

No one should underestimate this man or accuse him of merely bumbling or misspeaking. For anyone who does, stay tuned for the 8th of November.

Second, seven days previously, at another rally in Florida, Trump made another of the long list of statements, any one of which, in a sane world, would disqualify him from the race. He said, “With Iran, when they circle our beautiful destroyers (interesting adjective) with their little (my emphasis) boats, and they make gestures at our people that they shouldn’t be allowed to make, they will be shot out of the water.”

To repeat a word: the people who cheered this statement, which appeared to be virtually the entire audience, are deplorable.

Again, I’m ahead of myself, but this might be exhibit “B” or “C” of the list of clear and present evidence that Donald Trump is in fact the most dangerous man in the world.

In the incident in question, the United States Navy, under the overall command of Barack Obama, acted in an extremely professional, extremely disciplined manner and did exactly what they should have. They held off until one of the boats got too close and then they fired three warning shots.

No escalation, no war, no lives on either side lost, no collateral damage, no American or Iranian mothers, widows, or children weeping. We demonstrated our power and maintained our integrity and moral authority.

Had Trump been President, we might now be in another war involving American ground troops, the entire Middle East, Russia, and perhaps some pretty serious ordnance.

And all of this not to protect ourselves, but to punish some bad boys who flipped us off. Trump never mentioned any determinative threat, because he would have had a hard time making that case. His justification was simply that these people were making “gestures at our people that they shouldn’t be allowed to make.”

It’s a wonder his children lived to adulthood.

One commentator said that had Obama chosen the Trump scenario, he would have created an escalation that we wouldn’t have been “able to contain.”

This is some serious dog shit.

It’s time to get real. Why are we failing to speak effectively to this lunacy? When will we understand that these are the deranged statements of a madman who has already endangered our national security and is on track to decimate it? When will the elected Republican cowards and bootlickers who still support him man up to his schoolyard bullying?

I guess asking when cowards will get brave, when ignorance will educate itself, or when deplorables will stop being deplorable is foolish.

I don’t know. I’m just a puzzled puppy.



My little e-book about Donald Trump, What Donald Trump Supporters Need to Know: But Are Too Infatuated to Figure Out (by Gizmo, The Puzzled Puppy) is finished and published. It’s been delivered to about 14 vendors and will be out on all of them in a couple of weeks, but should be available for purchase on Amazon Kindle (https://www.amazon.com/Kindle-eBooks/b?ie=UTF8&node=154606011) no later than next Wednesday, probably before. Unfortunately, iBookstore won’t have it for at least about a week. I will provide updates and links as vendors make it available for sale.

I strongly suggest that you buy, read, and recommend this e-book. It’s a review of many of the reasons why this election is the most consequential in the history of our nation. Sometimes it’s just nice to have everything in one place. I shouldn’t say everything – that would be impossible, and new outrages surface every day. But a pretty decent summary nonetheless.

As I indicated on August 11, I want to post a couple times a week now that this little project is finished. Spoiler Alert: I’m pissed off no end.

Will be growling soon. (Do you think I should be smiling? I don’t know. I’m just a puzzled puppy.)