Well Trump is consistent in not doing any of the things he had campaigned to do.
Scott Adams notes out that people watch the same scenes and think they're viewing a different movie.
Looking at the anti-Trump rhetoric on this thread, I'm starting to wonder if that's literally true. It's gotten so blatantly obvious that I'm starting to wonder about the basic sanity of some people.
1) Bomb the shit out of ISIS
2) Build the wall (ongoing)
3) Withdraw from TPP
4) Suspend immigration from terror-prone areas (ongoing)
5) Rework health care (ongoing, 2nd round coming up)
6) Rework the tax code (ongoing)
7) Require for every new federal regulation, two existing regulations must be eliminated.
I don't agree with everything he's done, but you have to allow that he's done or in the process of doing at least *some* of his campaign promises.
And he's been in office for just under 100 days and there's lots to be done, and he's getting some of it actually done while running the country.
How do people come up with these alternate scenarios?
Is cognitive dissonance so powerful and so real that people literally make scenes up out of whole cloth?
I am astonished.