Donald Trump really is America’s Snowflake in Chief

According to the Urban Dictionary, the word snowflake is a term used to describe someone who thinks they are unique and special but really aren’t.

In the world of liberal vs. conservative politics, snowflake became a word used to describe ignorant college students actively working to destroy the First Amendment right to free speech on college campuses via the creation of “safe-space zones” and, if necessary, violence and riots.

During the 2016 presidential campaign season, Donald’s devotees hijacked the word — just like they hijacked the word conservative — and used it to put down absolutely anyone who refused to pledge their undying loyalty to the life-long New York liberal with an “R” after his name. According to Trumpists, people who oppose Dear Leader only do so because they are liberals, RINOs, etc. who are incapable of handling the harsh reality of Trump’s awesomeness.

This brings us to the ironic and pathetic incident we witnessed yesterday when Trump experienced his own snowflake moment after he abruptly cut off a scheduled meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.

The meeting had been planned for weeks as a follow-up to an earlier meeting Trump held with Chuck and Nancy about the $2 trillion infrastructure deal they made. Yesterday’s affair was supposed to be an opportunity to discuss how they would pay for the big-government boondoggle.

Trump, allegedly upset over Pelosi’s recent comments about how he was likely involved in a “cover up,” arrived late, refused to shake hands, never sat down, and left early because Pelosi “said something terrible” about him. I say “allegedly” because of what happened afterward.

Trump escaped to his “safe space” under the guise of an “impromptu” press conference in the Rose Garden where the stage had already been set with anti-Mueller investigation props and TV cameras at the ready. In other words, the whole affair was planned in response to Nancy’s comments.

In the Rose Garden, Trump proceeded to essentially hold America hostage by demanding that Democrats end their investigations, or else he would stop doing his job by refusing to work with Congress.

“Instead of walking in happily into a meeting, I walk into, look at people that have just said that I was doing a cover-up. I don’t do cover-ups. … I walked into the room and I told Sen. Schumer and Speaker Pelosi that I want to do infrastructure … but you can’t do it under these circumstances.”

This is a bogus threat for two reasons:

  1. Trump would actually have to start doing his job before he could stop doing it. Considering his boatload of lies and broken promises along with the $100 million of taxpayer money spent so far to fund his golfing addiction, doing his job hasn’t been too high on Trump’s priority list.
  2. Trump doesn’t want the Mueller investigation to go away because he and the GOP need it as a 2020 campaign issue to distract voters from their failed leadership.

One more thing: He doesn’t do cover ups? Really?

Trump and his cult claim that he is a no-nonsense tough-guy who takes crap from nobody. In reality, he’s an insecure, egomaniacal narcissist bully who never takes responsibility for his actions and blames everyone but himself when things go wrong or he gets caught.

Donald Trump really is America’s Snowflake in Chief.



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