“Butter, Flour, Eggs, Oil…”

Not on topic, but I couldn’t resist….


This video is from just a few days ago. 

From 0:22 to 0:24 you have the disquieting, scary portrait of the 2020 Democrat candidate-to-be.

Looking in the void, with a scared face, his mouth half open in a typical demented posture, you can literally see into what has remained of Creepy Joe’s brain. Watch as his tired neurons try to digest what he has just said and need two seconds of “look at me, I have dementia”-phase before realising he is on the wrong bus. At this point, the man tries to remember the right answer and… fails again.

The light goes out a second time, during the same speech, and this was captured in the video at 0:59 to 1:02. Again, it is embarrassing and scary. Again, the man cannot resume his train of thoughts. It is not that he, at times, tries to remember the name of the whatchamacallit and fails; this is normal at almost 80, and would not be scary if the man can keep his reasoning together and can show he still “has it”. No, this guy completely loses his train of thoughts and stares at the void, evidently wondering on which planets he is living, before the supply of electricity in his tired brain starts again and normal activity is, for the moment, resumed.

If Trump had one, one moment like this, you wouldn’t be able to see anything else on cable TV!

This is really, truly scary. I can’t imagine what horror show a three hour debate with Trump would become. Trump would not have any mercy of the guy, either, and nor should he!

It is abundantly clear that this guy can’t survive I do not say three hours, but likely even forty, thirty, perhaps as little as twenty minutes of debate without the darkness descending on his creepy brain for two, three, four seconds at a time, after which he cannot resume the train of thoughts of before the brain blackout. Another two months, and the guy might well start his answers with “butter, flour, eggs, oil….” before trying to recover with some lame joke.

This guy needs a quiet environment, a TV screen, a hot cup of milk with some honey, a blanket on his legs, and to be left alone, because what is happening to him isn’t beautiful and we do not wish it to anyone. But hey, he wants to run for President. He deserves no pity and no quarter.

At this point I am awaiting the excuse that he will choose to avoid the debates, all of them.

It will not work. That’s a lot of votes for Trump. But it’s better for Dementia Joe to be seen as a coward than to be blown to smithereens by the impact with the Trump Train, with the Country watching.



Posted on August 3, 2020, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. John J. Marren, Jr.

    I received this from Trump Central….”Patriots Wear Face Masks.”


    I know how difficult the past few months have been. Your unwavering support during this time has not gone unnoticed.

    I am writing to you now, not to ask for a contribution, but to ask for your help.

    We are all in this together, and while I know there has been some confusion surrounding the usage of face masks, I think it’s something we should all try to do when we are not able to be socially distanced from others.

    I don’t love wearing them either. Masks may be good, they may be just okay, or they may be great. They can possibly help us get back to our American way of life that so many of us rightfully cherished before we were so terribly impacted by the China Virus.

    My feeling is, we have nothing to lose, and possibly everything to gain, including the next chapter to our country, and to keep things open whether it be schools or businesses.

    I recently tweeted that many view wearing a mask as a patriotic act, and there is no one more patriotic than me and you. Why not give it a shot!

    If you would like more information on the benefits of wearing a face mask, or information on how to get one, please follow this link. >>

    Thank you,

    President Trump Signature Headshot
    Donald J. Trump
    President of the United States

    • A presidential campaign is a very sad thing.
      Please do not deny him his support just because Jaranka persuaded him to send this rubbish around.

  2. Hell’s Bible (the New York Times) is floating a “no debate” strategy now. Of course! Not because Joe is falling apart, but just because they had that idea. Convenient. But watch for millions of also demented Democrats to say, hey yeah, why do we need debates?? I
    don’t have the heart for a debate involving Joe Biden. Nothing would please me more than to see Democrats get kicked to the curb but not to see any man embarrass himself globally. Where IS his family. Have they no concern for his dignity.
    President Trump should be careful. Debating a man obviously in cognitive decline has it’s risks. Brutalizing him would be repugnant, like kicking an old dog. The point will be made without much effort, but I would advise caution.

    • Honestly, if he brutalises the demented dog it’s not that the voters will vote the demented dog President.
      He needs to make clear that the guy needs to be beaten hard *because he wants to become President*.
      Then it’s baton time.
      If the public reacted negatively to Trump’s excesses, he would still be in New York.

  3. Agree. No debates for Joe. If there were Trump should treat him as someone in need of pity. Beating up Biden would boomerang.

  4. I’d love a debate with the faltering Joe Biden. Trump could employ the best facial expressions when thrown a bumbling response from old Joe. Tenderness, pity, utmost respect and kindness. Treat Joe with kid gloves. With Trump expressing himself eloquently and cogently he would stand in stark contrast to the demented one thus leaving the Democrats holding an empty bag.

    • Ha! I doubt Trump can “do gloves” much, though… particularly as Biden would provoke him in the hope of showing how fit and manly he is…

  5. Use one of Reagan’s tactics. “There you go again Joe”.

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