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Trumpgrets: A schadenfreude-tastic catalog of Trump voters regretting their choice

Who could ever have guessed that this smirky bastard would turn out to be a con man?
Who could ever have guessed that this smirky bastard would turn out to be a con man?

Attention Trump haters! If you’ve been starved for schadenfreude lately, there’s a blog for you: Trumpgrets, a small but growing compilation of Tweets from Trump fans now feeling betrayed by Orange Mussolini.

Granted, most of them are mad at him for terrible reasons, but hey, I’ll take what I can get at this point.

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Speaking of Ann Coulter, the author of In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! and yes that really is the name of the book, is also feeling played, big league!

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While it’s always delightful to see Coulter redfaced — with “blood in the face,” as her white supremacist colleagues like to put it — some of the other Tweets are more sad than funny.

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Ah, Bob. You know who else is worried, Bob? EVERY OTHER PERSON ON MEDICARE OR MEDICAID. Every American with pre-existing conditions who couldn’t get insurance before Obamacare kicked in. Lots and lots of people who are just barely hanging on.

You and everyone else who voted for Trump made a huge mistake. And we’re all going to be paying for it for years.

H/T — To the WHTM reader who linked to Trumpgrets in the comments here.

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John Howard
John Howard
3 years ago

But he’s still gonna deport all the Mexicans, right? Right?

Tell me about the rabbits again, Donald.

weirwoodtreehugger: communist bonobo

Oh, Ann Coulter.

How can Trump sell out something he never believed in and never bought into in the first place. He was never, ever, ever anti-establishment. If anyone thought an old white billionaire man who got the money to start his business from his dad and got into Wharton because of family connections was anti-establishment, yeah, it is your fault for being so utterly willfully ignorant.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago
John Howard
John Howard
3 years ago

Hey, Bob 4 Trump!!, your Medicare will probably be saved by the Democrats and a handful of GOPers who haven’t yet signed a pact with the devil to betray our vets (and everyone else). I’ll gladly pay my taxes to help keep you alive. But keep voting Republican, for God sake, because you can’t afford to pay the bill for all those takers out there.

PeeVee the (Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Axe, is that Eric King portraying James Doakes in Dexter?

Nequam
Nequam
3 years ago

This is going to be waaaay too relevant for the forseeable future.

Bina
3 years ago

“Regret my support?!”

Yeah, I think that would be a good idea.

Handsome "Punkle Stan" Jack

@Nequam

Goddamn Return of Joker. That goddamn movie.

Laughter to crying.

That’ll probably be me if Donald Dump takes office.

(Let me be in denial that the electoral college will change, please, thank you.)

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

Thanks, David.

I was pestering my boyfriend just a few hours ago about the news he was reading: “Are there any Trump voters regretting their vote?”

And now I have my answer.

Wait until this guy actually takes office!

All throughout Trump’s campaign I was mystified by his appeal. The expressions on his face would make him the least popular, most punchable kid in third grade. Ditto his obscene wealth (in a public school at least). Not to mention how he brags and tries to divide people. So why would grown-ups like him?

Racism because Obama governs while black?

They think he’ll make them wealthy?

The mystery continues.

PS: The Secret Service may rent two floors in Trump Tower to protect Melania Trump and Barron Trump, who plan to spend most of their time there.

The cost for the two floors in Trump Tower could be as high as $3 million per year, according to the Post, a cost that will be born by taxpayers. This would be similar to the Trump campaign paying for a floor of the building, and would also be a much-needed boost for Trump Tower, whose residents might be ditching the building in order to avoid the circus that’s developing around it.

So, if you’re keeping track at home, Trump now stands to make money off of diplomats trying to get on his good side by staying at his hotels and from the Secret Service apparently not being offered a discount rate to make sure that he and his family are protected during his presidential term. Everything’s coming up Donald!

http://gothamist.com/2016/11/25/secret_service_might_pay_donald_tru.php

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

@PeeVee

is that Eric King portraying James Doakes in Dexter?

*googles*

Yes

@Eyes on the Right

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

A commenter named enon said this on The Gothamist 8 days ago (and RobertB replied):

just wait till they factor in the costs nyc is gonna get hit with… between the assorted security forces among nyc and the general disruption — keeping in mind all of those high end shops/restaurants/apartments that are going to be hugely impacted… this fucker is gonna cost us billions in security alone. and half of that will be going to his properties in some way. how soon before we hear about trump investments in private security companies…

it’s still just stunning that he’s going to be president.

RobertB SpideySense • 8 days ago

What happened to “I’m very, very rich”?

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
3 years ago

So… The GOP’s been running on an economic platform of “We promise to get rid of all welfare!” for years… And Bob’s surprised that the GOP’s now trying to get rid of all welfare?

http://i.imgur.com/vB8YFim.gif

Bina
3 years ago

“If Trump sells out, it’s not our fault”, says the Coultergeist.

Uh, stupid? YOU FUCKING VOTED FOR HIM. YOU EVEN WROTE A BOOK TOUTING HIM. YOU ENABLED HIM BY GIVING HIM CREDIBILITY. If that’s not your fault, then tell me, what is?

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

@Bina

Coulter sounds remarkably blasé about Trump shredding his promises.

“Oh well.”

kupo
kupo
3 years ago

@Kat

They think he’ll make them wealthy?

Yes. That, and they’re racist and think all those Others are invading to rape, pillage, and blow everything up.

weirwoodtreehugger: communist bonobo

So… The GOP’s been running on an economic platform of “We promise to get rid of all welfare!” for years… And Bob’s surprised that the GOP’s now trying to get rid of all welfare?

All the “but…but…economic anxiety!” people should read that tweet. How exactly are we supposed to get through to people like Bob?

They know the right wants to do away with the social welfare programs but the segment of the base that is on these programs are taking a gamble that those promises won’t be kept while the promises to deport all the brown people will be kept. Now some of them are scared that Trump and the GOP congresspeople weren’t bluffing? Good! Let them be scared. They earned that fear.

Obviously I don’t want these programs cut or eliminated just to teach the Bobs of the world a lesson, but I couldn’t give less of a fuck that they’re experiencing actual economic anxiety now.

Handsome "Punkle Stan" Jack

@SFHC

“But…I voted…to get rid of…black people’s welfare, not my own!”

dontgiveahoot
3 years ago

Where’s that tweet about the Leopards Eating People’s Faces Party when you need it?

Psycho Gecko
3 years ago

And what a horrible state our politics is in when Ann Coulter can give someone credibility. If Ann Coulter suddenly started supporting President Obama, I’d begin to worry we just nuked an orphanage on puppy therapy day.

Miggy the Towman
Miggy the Towman
3 years ago

@Jack

Nope. Even if the EC says that they don’t want Trump, Clinton has stated herself that she won’t take the position now that Trump has been declared official winner; she believes in “peaceful transition” and doesn’t want to ruffle and feathers. Plus, if the EC doesn’t vote for Trump, then the decision falls to the House, who will probably elected Trump.

I’ve noticed that most leftists don’t seem to like the EC very much. Besides the obvious (EC doesn’t favor democrats), why do you think it needs to go? US is a federal system, the interests of citizens living in more populous states have no reason to overpower the interests of citizens living in less populous states. People living in Montana don’t have the same geographical interests as people living in California.

Miggy the Towman
Miggy the Towman
3 years ago

@Psycho Gecko

They actually let you use that name around here? You’d think they’d be complaining about ableism by now.

“Till all the fuckin’ wind’s taken out of me, man >:(“

Skeptical Skully
Skeptical Skully
3 years ago

@ dontgiveahoot

I was curious and Googled that tweet. Spit up my drink and laughed out loud. Thanks!

'I never thought leopards would eat MY face,' sobs woman who voted for the Leopards Eating People's Faces Party.— Adrian Bott (@Cavalorn) October 16, 2015

Falconer
Falconer
3 years ago

@Miggy

Besides the obvious (EC doesn’t favor democrats), why do you think it needs to go? US is a federal system, the interests of citizens living in more populous states have no reason to overpower the interests of citizens living in less populous states. People living in Montana don’t have the same geographical interests as people living in California.

How’s your attention span?

You want proportional representation? House of Representatives. You want equal representation? Senate.

The Presidency is a one-size-fits-all position. Maybe everyone should have an equal say.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

I’ve noticed that most leftists don’t seem to like the EC very much. Besides the obvious (EC doesn’t favor democrats), why do you think it needs to go? US is a federal system, the interests of citizens living in more populous states have no reason to overpower the interests of citizens living in less populous states. People living in Montana don’t have the same geographical interests as people living in California.

Nequam
Nequam
3 years ago

Funny, you’d think with the colder weather we’d have LESS bugs flying around whining in our ears. Time to break out the smudge pots, I guess.

PeeVee the (Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

*googles*

Yes

*Giggles*

Miggs,

I’ve noticed that most leftists don’t seem to like the EC very much. Besides the obvious (EC doesn’t favor democrats)

Yeah? Trump himself agrees with the leftists, sweetums.

Some Trump tweets after Obama won in 2012:

He lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)November 7, 2012

The phoney electoral college made a laughing stock out of our nation. The loser one!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)November 7, 2012

Donald J. Trump

✔@realDonaldTrump

We can’t let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided!

10:29 PM – 6 Nov 2012

Donald J. Trump

✔@realDonaldTrump

Our country is now in serious and unprecedented trouble…like never before.

10:39 PM – 6 Nov 2012

Donald J. Trump

✔@realDonaldTrump

Our country
Lets fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice! The world is laughing at us.

10:30 PM – 6 Nov 2012

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

I wonder why nobody ever suggests doing the same at the state level. Electoral college for the gubernatorial race, ya know? I mean, the people of NYC and the people of Utica have different geographical interests surely. I’ve still yet to hear a EC proponent suggest it be extended beyond the presidency. And why not Senate races too? They’re statewide, just like the governorship. Of course, some administrative divisions are too small for an EC to function, but not a state. Not even a lotta cities

Falconer
Falconer
3 years ago

And as for the Electoral College not favoring Democrats, in my lifetime, we’ve had Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama and now Trump. That’s 3 Democrats to 4 Republicans, not terribly out of balance.

Except for that whole thing where two of these elections resulted in Republicans winning the College but losing the popular vote. Such a split hadn’t happened in a century, and now it’s happened twice in as many decades.

RosieLa
RosieLa
3 years ago

I’m glad you liked it! It’s been making my day ever since I accidentally went to a so-called alt-right metal show last night.

weirwoodtreehugger: communist bonobo

Oh what a shock. Miggs is a Trumpkin. 329 year old engineers for Trump! Trump eats the best, classiest seagulls!

weirwoodtreehugger: communist bonobo

I accidentally went to a so-called alt-right metal show last night.

I already wouldn’t want to go to a Nazi metal show. Then I saw The Green Room and now I really, really don’t want to go to one. Glad you made it out in one piece!

gijoel
gijoel
3 years ago

@Kat Because Drumpf is a grifter. He knows the first part of any confidence gain to gain the confidence of his marks. So he appeals to their emotions, their grievances and prejudices. He makes them feel that they’re right to feel the way they do, and then offers a means to fulfill their dreams.

And then when he’s got what he’s wanted, he drops them like a hot brick.

dontgiveahoot
3 years ago

@Skeptical Skully
Yeah, I LOL’ed when I saw it. As mentioned above, I don’t want people who voted for Trump to be cut off from vital safety nets, but there are a lot of people who didn’t vote for Trump in the same boat, so it seems to me that the Trump voters in peril can endure some of the ‘oh, I’m actually f*cked aren’t I?’ anxiety that others have been enduring since well before the election.

Cynical Optimist
Cynical Optimist
3 years ago

Oh I think I recognize this one. If I’m correct theydu’ll argue with everyone and then just split a bunch of insults that look like the results of a nonsensical insult generator.

How I post images/gifs? I think I have the prefect one for when a troll shows up.

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

BULLSH**TER OF THE DAY: Kimberly Guilfoyle, for equating higher education with Jihadist bootcamp
We know the Fox News host really meant it because she used the word “literally.” Twice.

“I mean literally, you’re literally corrupting people’s minds and making them mentally ill and turning them into jihadists. Seriously! . . . You can just go to school here in college and listen to this nonsense and let the college that we’re paying for with our tax dollars radicalize these guys.”

–Kimberly Guilfoyle, Fox News, Dec. 1, 2016

Another public figure who doesn’t understand the standard meaning of the word literally. It doesn’t mean, “Listen to me, listen to me, people!!!!!”

It means, “What I’m saying is real, not a figure of speech.”

Yeah, Webster’s does include “in effect” as a meaning of the word.

But according to my instructors, the careful speaker or writer avoids the word literally when she means figuratively.

Of course, I’m talking about Fox News, so why should I quibble?

Perhaps it’s because I remember when San Francisco attorney Kimberly Guilfoyle married notorious leftist-Democrat and gay-marriage-enabler-in-the-making Gavin Newsom — you would have thought it was the wedding of the twenty-first century.

Shortly thereafter, she became San Francisco’s First Lady.

Then — things happened.

Kimberly, was it something we said?!

PS: Newsom has remarried, this time to feminist and documentary film maker Jennifer Siebel Newsom. He’s the lieutenant governor of California and is running for governor. As in the old days, he still wears a lot of hair gel.

http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/yPGKjyVyV5k/SF+Mayor+Gavin+Newsom+Announces+Online+Running/9cRLPpRVpNr/Jennifer+Siebel

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

TW: Mention of rape

It might be that I’m the last one to know . . .

Maria Schneider’s Rape Scene in Last Tango In Paris Was Coerced, Says Schneider in 2007, Bernardo Bertolucci in 2013, Every Media Outlet in 2016

http://www.slate.com/blogs/browbeat/2016/12/03/last_tango_in_paris_rape_scene_was_coerced_media_reports.html

TW: Mention of rape

bekabot
bekabot
3 years ago

“Sounds like the big sell-out is coming. Oh well, the voters did what we could. If Trump sells out, it’s not our fault.”

A con man and a scam artist, Ann dear, does not sell out. A con man and a scam artist cleans up instead. Trump is cleaning up right about now. His brand has been rescued and he can borrow whatever he wants or thinks he needs. For him there’s nothing but blue skies and gold bricks as far as the eye can see. His money troubles are a thing of the past; he’s found a way to vault over them on the backs of the American people. You, Ann, aided him in this feat, to the detriment of your fellow-citizens, and you strained every flaccid fiber in your bony body in order to do it. You invited them to repose their faith in a man to whom deceit is as mother’s milk, and to that extent, considering that you helped sell as true gold that which you must have known to be pyrite, I’m afraid I think some part of what’s going to happen next is your fault (sorry to say).

Miggy the Towman
Miggy the Towman
3 years ago

@PoM

I can’t tell what you’re doing; are you still going on about that little 329 years mistake I made? Was that the point of a vampire movie?

@wwth

I didn’t vote for Trump, I live in a red state so what’s the point? So I did third party. Care to complain about how I’m more responsible for Godzillary’s loss than the people who voted for Trump (or the Berniebros or whatever?). Please regale me with all of your John Oliver/Samantha Bea talking points.

@PeeVee

Again, didn’t vote for Trump. Anyone with more than two brain cells could’ve told that the guy was a sell-out from day one. Seriously, people complain about Hillary being controlled by corporate interests, so they put the corporations directly into the seat of power? That’s like deciding that you don’t like candidates being pressured by the KKK, so you put David Duke himself into office.

All I’ve learned from this is that you people think that Trump is every right-wing person’s king or some shit, and apparently you folks really don’t care for states’ rights.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
3 years ago

Why do conservatives think the rural vs coastal states argument makes any sense when it comes to presidential elections? Are they confusing the electoral college with the senate? The number of electoral votes is based on the population of the state. People from rural states don’t get “less representation” than anybody else. The president is only one person, ffs. Hillary/Trump don’t suddenly become Alabamans just because the electoral college exists. I’ve never been able to understand why they think this works as an argument. It’s a complete non sequitur.

An election where certain people’s votes are worth more than others, is not a democratic election. No wonder the US is slipping out of the “full democracy” range of the EIU Democracy Index.

Miggy the Towman
Miggy the Towman
3 years ago

@IP

By your logic, if the majority of the population moves into a handful of states, than those states should be able to determine the fate of the rest of the country’s states. That person might be “everyone’s” president, but not everyone lives in the same state or has the same geographical interests, culture, etc. You are advocating for mob-rule, something Europe clearly just can’t get enough of.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
3 years ago

Also, why do EC proponents always talk about the state of Mississippi but never the city of Jackson? Cali and NY supposedly overwhelm the rest of the country without the EC, but doesn’t the DC Metro already overwhelm the rest of Virginia with the EC? Outside of ME and NE, the voices of hundreds of thousands, tens of millions even, are made meaningless in each state by the EC. They simply aren’t counted. And it’s not like how ME and NE do things solves that problem either, but it does highlight how stupid the whole thing is

Croquembouche of patriarchy
Croquembouche of patriarchy
3 years ago

I find it poignant that they keep tweeting their disillusionment right at him, like they still believe he is listening and may intervene on their behalf.
Yeah, nah, not real likely. But he may have another late night Twitter meltdown, and lash out at one of them.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

The number of electoral votes is based on the population of the state. People from rural states don’t get “less representation” than anybody else.

People from rural states actually get more representation in the EC. The number of votes is the same as the size of the state’s Congressional delegation, and the Senate is weighted in favor of less-populous states. The EC inherits that weighting.

Podkayne Lives (Effortless Chicken)
Podkayne Lives (Effortless Chicken)
3 years ago

@Kat I probably match you for late to the news. This may be because I really had no thoughts about Last Tango before this. The only time I ever saw it, I was in college, and very very drunk, and couldn’t focus on it. The dude whose house I was at yelled out the butter line when Brando said it, and that is honestly all I recall of the movie. That was the evening I made out with a woman for the first time thereby freaking out the dude, who hadn’t realized I was bi, and apparently thought he ought to intervene, in case I didn’t realize she was a girl or something. (I had noticed.) And then I threw up on his rug. It was an eventful evening.

And I’m babbling like this, because honestly, the quotes from Bertolucci upset me badly. I’m pretty fucking sure it would not have occurred to him to deceive and psychologically damage Marlon Brando to get some kind of genuine deep emotional pain on film. The extent to which he considered this woman disposable. The fact that Brando went along with it, apparently without any qualm. The mess of her life after…who the hell knows if it would have been different without this, but it can’t have fucking helped. That Bertolucci knows she hated him for it, but is still talking about being ‘free’ and doing art.

I want to beat up a seventy-six-year-old film director. Help.

Handsome "Punkle Stan" Jack

It’s been making my day ever since I accidentally went to a so-called alt-right metal show last night.

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Oh god that sounds terrible and disgusting.

Why do assholes have to taint everything we love?

Dan Kasteray
Dan Kasteray
3 years ago

With regards to the guy who called Trump a cuck, Donald Trump was a man who was afraid that Michael Moore was going to go hard on him on a TV interview.

Their great white hero couldn’t stand up to Michael Moore on his best behavior. What makes them think he’ll do anything they want or stand up to anyone?

Even the guy who wrote the art of the deal admits that Trump can only negotiate when he holds every single advantage and has frequently settled in court ond highly unfavorable terms.

blahlistic
blahlistic
3 years ago

I can only shake my head at those people.

Trump’s a con artist.

What did they expect???

Kat
Kat
3 years ago

@Podkayne Lives

I want to beat up a seventy-six-year-old film director. Help.

I’m seeing red myself.

So the only help I can give you is encouragement to demolish this guy — nonviolently, of course.

Verbal zingers?

Witty songs aimed at his ego?

Perhaps an oil painting of Bernardo Bertolucci’s brain on an ego trip?

Sky painting: Bernardo Bertolucci Is a Sexual Assaulter by Proxy?

Bertolucci brags that he “didn’t tell Maria about the scene in advance because he ‘wanted Maria to feel, not to act, the rage and the humiliation.’”

My layperson’s understanding of acting is that an actor acts. She doesn’t live through an emotion in front of an audience. She acts the emotion. And that is the difference between life and art.

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