Non-stable non-geniuses

What’s even better is that he can deal with the North Koreans at the same time as he’s fixing the economy.

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31 Responses to Non-stable non-geniuses

  1. candy

    I think Donald Trump is doing great, apart from some inappropriate words when more restraint is needed, to get his point across.

    The North Korean issue is puzzling as to why he got so involved with an external issue at this stage, when domestic things are the priority.

    I hope he says nothing inappropriate during the Winter Olympics with North Korea having a strong team.
    It’s a time for people to come together, over some exciting sport, not for world tension and worries over missiles.

  2. Shy Ted

    Equality of test scores. Now. No reporter should be left behind. They’re society’s most vulnerable. And so on.

  3. Muddy

    It’s a time for people to come together, over some exciting sport, not for world tension and worries over missiles.

    Candy, what makes you think that every stakeholder wants peace and love and kumbaya?

  4. jupes

    The North Korean issue is puzzling as to why he got so involved with an external issue at this stage, when domestic things are the priority.

    LOL

    You’re kidding right?

  5. jupes

    I posted a few days ago about a couple of Perth DJs who thought it would be fun to take the piss out The Donald. Like one of the dickheads above, they made out the test was childish and read out the easy ones such as naming the animals, then proceeded to ask each other the easiest questions in order to mislead the listeners that all the questions were like that.

    Unfortunately for the woman DJ, when it came to the (no doubt easiest) maths question, she was too stupid to even understand the question let alone answer it.

    Woops! Off to an ad break.

  6. egg_

    It’s a time for people to come together, over some exciting sport, not for world tension and worries over missiles.

    Hammy couldn’t have put it better.

  7. chrisl

    Jupes That mayhs test is actually quite challenging. I have put it to quite a few people and the results have been sub optimal. It is interesting that people think the test is going to be easy because Trump passed it . One lady doubted the doctor who set the test!

  8. chrisl

    Which reminds me. Can you name a part of the body that can be made out of the letters P N S I E?

  9. Chris M

    puzzling as to why he got so involved with an external issue at this stage

    Yes, perhaps he should just give Taiwan, Japan and South Korea each a good bunch of tactical nuclear missiles and let the locals sort it.

  10. From madworldnews:

    When word got out that Trump had passed his cognitive test with flying colors, the media immediately began insinuating that the questions must have been too easy. In their quest to prove this, a group of reporters decided to take the same test as Trump themselves.

    The reporters went into the experiment cocky and expecting to easily pass the test. However, as they began answering questions, the wrong answers started flooding in. Almost none of them could even provide the correct date.

    Only one of them got the correct date. They sure don’t look like “reporters”. At least one of them was stoned and most of them had hangovers, except the girl.

  11. Candy

    egg_
    Bit cynical of you. Sport can be great for bringing people closer.

  12. Tim Neilson

    It’s a time for people to come together, over some exciting sport,

    I’m losing sleep waiting for the curling finals.

  13. Arky

    Sport can be great for bringing people closer.

    ..
    Yep.
    Berlin olympics.
    Montreal.
    Rugby team in the Andes.

  14. First comment on Youtube, and thus highest rated:

    The browny got the lowest… stereotypes confirmed.

    A laugh out loud moment.

  15. EvilElvis

    Don’t call me a spine, penis!

  16. Up The Workers!

    Has anybody given the same test to the biggest crooks in Little Rock, Arkansas; the members of the Clinton Crime Family?

    If they had, the results could not have been all that impressive, as the Leftard presstitutes would have been pumping up the scores as much as they have been putting P.D.T.’s scores down.

    In relation to Adam’s comment at 11.08pm, if the sjw’s had been conducting these tests, P.D.T., being a white-skinned mature male, would have had points deducted from his score as punishment for being deliberately white AND mature AND male, and those points would have been added to the low scores of any sub-optimal under-achiever from a politically correct “disadvantaged minority group” – ESPECIALLY if they had a more politically correct skin colour.

  17. Did they get a participation award?

  18. I’d love to see how Zoe Daniels, Emma Alberici, Fran Kelly and Sabra Lane would score in that test.

  19. H B Bear

    Zoe Danials would have her four year old kids take the test for her. And they would still do better than she could.

  20. Up The Workers!

    Regarding the annual ritual of racist anti-Australian calls for offending 95% of Australians by changing the date of Australia Day, the only date which seriously DOES need changing, is the so-called: “International Workers’ Day”, held on 1st May “May Day” each year.

    It would be far more deeply symbolic if that day was solely celebrated once in every four years, on 29th February, as that would be more indicative of the frequency with which the wealthy A.L.P./A.C.T.U. elites ever give a scrap of thought to the welfare of those members of the peasantry who are still forced into Union membership.

    Years have now passed since the criminal former Federal President of the A.L.P. and Senior Vice President of the A.C.T.U., Michael Williamson embezzled $20 MILLION of Union funds from the pockets of H.S.U. members, but in the intervening period, neither Bull Shitten nor Ged Kearney have had the shame or the embarrassment to repay a cent.

    Alternatively, maybe May Day should be cancelled altogether until such time as the A.L.P. and A.C.T.U. repays – with interest – every single cent which was stolen by their criminal former President/Senior Vice President – otherwise, the Unions would be better served to affiliate with the Liberal Party, as no Federal President of the Liberal Party has EVER been imprisoned for thieving $20 MILLION of Union members’ cash – THAT is a distinction which the A.L.P. has all to itself.

  21. candy
    #2617651, posted on January 23, 2018 at 7:58 pm
    I hope he says nothing inappropriate during the Winter Olympics with North Korea having a strong team.
    It’s a time for people to come together, over some exciting sport, not for world tension and worries over missiles.

    Why am I picturing you in a swim suit with a sash across your chest and answering inane questions from a panel of judges?
    Maybe it’s the name….candy….so sweet and innocent.

  22. Sport can be great for bringing people closer.

    Do you mean like in soccer brawls?

  23. Kneel

    “Yes, perhaps he should just give Taiwan, Japan and South Korea each a good bunch of tactical nuclear missiles and let the locals sort it.”

    A good solution for the ME, methinks. Put up the big fence around the whole lot, and tell them “Sort it out – no-one gets out until it’s sorted”, then let ’em blow each other to bits, winner takes all. Either that, or nuke ’em from orbit – it’s the only way to be sure.

  24. H B Bear

    Fluffer-nutter? Sounds like that guy works in movies.

  25. Peter

    “We are protesting because Donald Trump is not mentally stable”

    Yeh right!

    https://i.imgur.com/BtyLl8M.jpg

  26. Peter Campion

    “Political correctness”.

    Those are not our ‘politics’.

    They are not ‘correct’.

    That system was invented by ‘progressives’ and is designed to enforce ‘conformity’ and crush free speech.

    To use their language is to yield to their argument.

    Maybe it is time we relabeled it as “progressive conformity”?

  27. Arky

    Bringing people together is a stupid ambition.
    People are shit.
    Thats why we fence our neighbors out. They suck. It’s why guests go home at the end of the night and why we don’t hang around after work.
    It’s why you have to pay for a foot massage and why we invented TV and books.
    If people belonged together you would be around here picking fleas off my back.
    You aren’t because we aren’t bloody monkeys, I don’t have fleas and the chances we would enjoy each other’s company for longer than it took to drink a beer or a coffee is zero.

  28. Robbo

    So none of those media types are as smart as Trump. I reckon that none of them are as smart as your average bear. Nothing about that surprises me one little bit.

  29. cuckoo

    Unfortunately for the woman DJ, when it came to the (no doubt easiest) maths question, she was too stupid to even understand the question let alone answer it.

    Yes, watching that video of the ‘journalists’ doing the test what is striking is the flip-flopping between smartar$e snarking and furrowed-brow incomprehension. Time and again, they can’t even understand the question. They are the journalists Ben Rhodes was speaking of when he said “The average reporter we talk to is 27 years old, and their only reporting experience consists of being around political campaigns. They literally know nothing.”

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