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Trump’s Late-Night Social Media Outburst Raises Eyebrows

Former President Donald Trump has took to his Truth Social platform on Sunday night to unleash a series of unhinged rants that left many Americans both bewildered and concerned.

According to a report by WhoWhatWhy on Monday, September 25, 2023, these late-night diatribes covered a range of topics, from calls for Senate Democrats to resign to baseless claims of treason against Comcast.

Trump’s erratic outbursts have once again raised questions about his mental state and the potential ramifications of his political influence.

The first of Trump’s Sunday night tirades targeted Senate Democrats, with a particular focus on Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey, who had recently been indicted for his alleged involvement in a bribery scheme.

Trump’s demand for all Senate Democrats to resign seemed to be a culmination of his personal grievances, including his loss in the 2020 election and the subsequent investigation into classified documents taken from his residence.

One can’t help but wonder about the mental state of a former president who issues such incoherent and outlandish statements.

These erratic outbursts, though amusing to some, have serious implications given Trump’s status as the de facto leader of the GOP and the aspirations of millions who wish to see him back in the White House.

Usually, Trump confines himself to one nightly rant before returning to reposting flattering comments about himself.

However, on this particular evening, he seemed to be on a roll. His next target was Comcast, a major media conglomerate.

Trump called for an investigation into what he vaguely referred to as “Country Threatening Treason,” a statement so cryptic that it defies rational interpretation.

What is more concerning is his open desire to suspend the First Amendment, scrutinize media outlets that do not align with his views, and impose punitive measures upon them.

Such a stance poses a direct threat to the fundamental principles of freedom of the press and expression.

Continuing his erratic spree, Trump urged Republicans to shut down the entire government until they could “get everything” a strategy he mistakenly believed would not be blamed on the GOP.

His call to oust Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell further underscored his disregard for party unity.

Trump then shifted his attention to polling, a topic that piques his interest when results are favorable. His comments on automatic voter registration in Pennsylvania raised eyebrows.

The state had recently announced a policy to automatically register eligible citizens when they obtain or renew their driver’s licenses or ID cards, a practice in line with those of 23 other states and many democracies worldwide.

However, Trump deemed this policy “a disaster for the Election of Republicans,” particularly himself, and labeled it a “totally Unconstitutional Act.”

Such an assertion contradicts the principles of ensuring accessible and secure voting, which should be a bipartisan concern.

In an attempt to divert attention from his grievances, Trump resorted to insulting some of his rivals within the Republican nomination race before, thankfully, calling it a night.

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