Twitter | Search | |
Tom Joseph
1 Future trump speeches & rallies should be called “The Farewell Tour.” The thing about trump’s dementia that’s difficult for ppl to grasp is- It steadily worsens. What ppl see in 3, 6, 9 months will be far worse than today. He’s had multiple foundations crumble- w/ more coming
Reply Retweet Like More
Tom Joseph Aug 13
Replying to @TomJChicago
2 trump is a unique case. His med info is hidden & distorted. He won't get a neurological exam bc he knows it’s a one way ride from the WH. There are no a medical baselines to compare, like yr over yr MRIs or work ups. There is a ton of behavioral & video evidence of his decline
Reply Retweet Like
Tom Joseph Aug 13
Replying to @TomJChicago
3 The public is watching him degrade every day in multi malfunctioning display of incompetence & psychosis. If it was put it to music… it would like the Spiral Staircase song… “Trump is even worse today, than yesterday But not as bad as tomorrow”
Reply Retweet Like
Tom Joseph Aug 13
Replying to @TomJChicago
4 trump was lost in the space / time continuum today. Being off on time by nearly 3 1/2 hours is the type of thing dementia patients do. They aren't on camera bc they have families protecting them from public humiliation. Not the trump enablers & grifters.
Reply Retweet Like
Tom Joseph Aug 13
Replying to @TomJChicago
5 Like a tomato rotting on the vine, trump is still making appearances & degrading before our eyes. They are trying to extend this fiasco while trump stays deep in denial, too cowardly to face his condition, w/ zero concern for what it's doing to America.
Reply Retweet Like
Tom Joseph Aug 13
Replying to @TomJChicago
6 Scaramucci is going to look like a savant to the GOP bc those who don’t believe him now, will believe him soon. Dementia rule #1 means trump’s worsening condition will sink to whatever level ANYONE needs to be convinced he’s completely gone. Even SHS
Reply Retweet Like
GeezerWench ➡️ #TrumpForPrison Aug 13
Replying to @TomJChicago
In all honesty, I can understand his denial. I (gleefully) watch his decline, and believe he deserves the public humiliation. Then I remember I'm 58 and fat--the clock don't stop for anybody. It would be extremely difficult to face this disease. (I still don't feel sorry for him)
Reply Retweet Like
Craftsmanship Understander Aug 13
He's could be past the point of even being able to recognize how off he is. Early stages they know they are not themselves. Eventually, the delusion is their reality.
Reply Retweet Like
MAFgeek #WeMustShutdown😷🌙🌸🦞🌈 Aug 13
Replying to @TomJChicago
Perfect timing, was hoping you were posting.
Reply Retweet Like
Sue Hill Aug 13
Every time he falls takes him down a notch physically and mentally. Have seen this with a family member.
Reply Retweet Like