Flake's Trump Derangement Syndrome is Clownish

Yesterday, President Trump tweeted the obvious – “Jeff Flake is a flake.” Trump said Flake was “humiliatingly forced out of his own Senate seat” then the President asked how Flake could consider running for office considering his “record low polling numbers?” 

That’s a great question!

Truth be told Jeff Flake couldn’t get elected to dog catcher right now. As President Trump tweeted, “Let’s face it, he’s a Flake!” 

Last January, Flake compared Trump to Stalin, “It is a testament to the condition of our democracy that our own president uses words infamously spoken by Joseph Stalin to describe his enemies,” Flake said.

“Comparing the leader of the free world to murderous dictators is absurd," in response to Flake’s bizarre attack, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel tweeted, "You’ve gone too far."

Arizonians do not like Jeff Flake, so why won’t the disgraced senator just go away? 

Three words, Trump Derangement Syndrome. 

It is a virus that has affected many liberals and a lot of establishment Republicans. It makes people think that they are morally superior to Trump and therefore justified in destroying him by any means necessary, even though it turns them into the very thing they hate about him. 

The syndrome has infected millions worldwide though mass media, but the hardest hit are those who occupy the halls of power. It hit the congressman, senators and members of the mainstream media, who used to enjoy unbridled access and power, but are now on the outside looking in. It devastated those people like Jeff Flake, who is for the fifth time this year, The Conservative Circus Clown of The Week!

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