Gooble Gobble: Trump Cult Turns on Bolton
The events of this week are bringing out new depths of delusion, paranoia, unhinged screeching and ugliness from right-wing GOP conservatives.
For example, Sean Hannity had a spittle-flecked meltdown:
Hannity’s spectacular meltdown at Mitt Romney over his demand to hear from Bolton shows how central disinformation is to the Cult of Trump. We’re at the point where asking for facts outside the Trump disinfo bubble constitutes “Trump hatred.” New piece: https://t.co/GDd1LT0tUX
It would be reasonable for Bolton to do as Hannity suggests, and return to his old home at FoxNews to say what he knows…with real journalists like Chris Wallace or Brett Baer. Not on show of a Trump cult hack like Hannity! https://t.co/aW9aSHERQ0
It’s all because Bolton actually told facts, and acknowledged there was such a thing as reality outside of the Trump Bubble:
One day John Bolton is a conservative hero, the next day he’s a blaspheming, card-carrying member of the Democratic Party. It’s amazing how the threat of telling facts triggers whiplash within the cult.
The maga cult’s treatment of John Bolton is all the proof we need that the GOP has become so corrupt that ‘telling the truth’ is now all that’s required to officially become a Democrat. #TrumpIsGuilty #WeWantWitnesses #GOPCoverup #GOPCorruptionOverCountry
Joe Walsh is sadly one of the few conservatives to escape this Black Hole:
What Trump’s sycophants are doing to John Bolton proves again that in Trump’s Republican Party it doesn’t matter where you stand on the issues. The only thing that matters is where you stand on Trump.
Which proves again that Trump’s Republican Party isn’t a party. It’s a cult.
It started with Rick Wilson, observing that the talking heads on Fox were reacting like some herd of deranged Zenu-worshipping Scientologists:
A reader sends: “Lou Dobbs talks about John Bolton the way Scientologists talk about escaped followers.”
Wonder how long it is before Trumpism has a Sea Org, and dresses up in fancy uniforms and gives themselves imaginary titles, and …
Shit. Nevermind. pic.twitter.com/Pkxz5kN2Pq