Trump Had An Insane Late Night Meltdown On Eve Of Impeachment Vote

Pres. Donald Trump isn’t having a good week. It’s been maybe the worst week of his pampered little gold-plated life. So of course, he threw a huge temper tantrum and had a meltdown on what liberals are delightedly calling “Impeachment Eve.”

Earlier in the day, he wrote a totally bonkers letter to Ho8use Speaker Nancy Pelosi, so he began his late-night tweeting and self-pity bings by talking about that letter.

“Good marks and reviews on the letter I sent to Pelosi today,” Trump claimed. “She is the worst! No wonder with people like her and Cryin’ Chuck Schumer, D.C. has been such a mess for so long – and that includes the previous administration who (and now we know for sure) SPIED on my campaign.”

First of all, the reviews weren’t that great, and most Americans now want to get a restraining order against him.

But moving forward to the rest of his epic meltdown. After 11:00 Eastern Time, things got really whack as he attacked now-unemployed James Comey and the FBI.

“So, if Comey & the top people in the FBI were dirty cops and cheated on the FISA Court, wouldn’t all of these phony cases have to be overturned or dismissed?” Trump asked, despite the fact there’s no evidence any of that occurred.

Then he started in on the Steele Dossier, which BTW was not first funded by “Crooked Hillary & the DNC.”

“They went after me with the Fake Dossier, paid for by Crooked Hillary & the DNC, which they illegally presented to FISA. They want to Impeach me (I’m not worried!), and yet they were all breaking the law in so many ways,” Trump argued, without evidence.

Then he said that he’s not worried about impeachment, which the rest of his tweets contradict, of course. But anyhow, here it is.

After that, he accused the Dems of trying to take away votes from voters.

And he very sadly and pathetically threw up the latest USA Today poll numbers showing him in the lead (barely) in 2020.

I’m so sorry (I’m not really) to see that Pres. Butthurt had such a bad night. Maybe today will be better, hmmm?

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