29 November 2016

I Didn't Think That It Was Possible, but Donald Trump Just Disappointed Me

Maddow has some more on this sorry excuse for a human being
OK, not just disappointed. I am also horrified, but I kind of expect to be horrified by him.

I did not expect to be disappointed, because my expectations are so f%$#ing low, but the inverted traffic cone has outdone himself.

Specifically, Trump's appointee as deputy national security adviser, Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, who is infamous for outing her brother as gay to her family while he was dying of AIDS:
In between Twitter claims that he lost the popular vote due to voter fraud instead of due to alienating over half the nation by being the dictionary definition of "The Worst," President-elect Donald Trump somehow finds time to fill out his staff with people you wouldn't trust to pick up dog sh%$.

As the Washington Blade reports, Trump's pick for deputy national security adviser is basically a monster. Kathleen Troia "KT" McFarland, FOX News contributor and former Pentagon official during the Reagan administration, outed her gay brother, who was dying of AIDS, to their family.

The Blade is referring to a 2006 New York Magazine article, when McFarland was gearing up to challenge Hillary Clinton for her Senate seat, which unearthed a 1992 letter to her then-estranged parents:

“Have you ever wondered why I have never had anything to do with Mike and have never let my daughters see him although we live only fifteen minutes away from each other?” she wrote. “He has been a lifelong homosexual, most of his relationships brief, fleeting one-night stands.”
McFarland tried to downplay the letter at the time, claiming it was a form of therapy to deal with abuse she and her siblings had suffered at the hands of their parents—abuse both her parents and at least one of her siblings denied.

“It’s a complete fabrication,” Tom Troia told the New York Post back in 2006 regarding his sister’s allegations. “If I had one word to describe my sister, it would be ‘evil.’”


Former Geroge W. Bush National Security Council member Peter D. Feaver told The Times McFarland's job is supposed to be "the place where bad ideas die," but as Donald Trump's other appointees make glaringly clear, there is no longer such a place.

(%$ mine)

There is also the long history of resume padding, as Maddow discusses above, but that doesn't disappoint me:  I expect sh%$ like that from a Trump administration.


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