How is it possible that 33 percent of American voters have found a way to say a president who hasn’t done a single thing he said he would do in his first six months is doing an ‘approvable’ job?
An approvable job? Six months of snafus, threats, embarrassments, leaks, firings, in-staff squabbling, international bungling, egregious mistakes, alleged treasonous crimes, selling out of supporters, 3 a.m. Twitter storms, a screwed up a Boy Scout speech, and failed promises to solve health care and provide better coverage at lower prices.
An approvable job? Blocking people from countries that have never yielded a terrorist who attacked this country will solve terrorism? Building a wall will solve our immigration issues? There was no coordination between the Donald Trump campaign and Russian President Vladimir Putin, despite nearly every person associated with the campaign holding various and extensive meetings with Russian officials?
An approvable job? This moment in time is not about conservatives versus liberals; it’s about taking an unbiased look around and coming to grips with the truth before our eyes, before a mushroom cloud is visible on the horizon.