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Trump Is a Nut Website Echoes View of Republican Insider

Trump Is a Nut Website Echoes View of Republican Insider

“Trump is a nut, and he likes to surround himself with nuts”

said Stuart Stevens, who ran Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign, in an article in the latest August 22-28 Bloomberg Businessweek. Stevens was commenting on the choice of Donald Trump’s latest campaign manager, Steve Bannon, formerly the executive chairman of Breitbart News, which is known for its support of the “nationalist, racially paranoid splinter group of anti-establishment conservatives who have rallied to Trump’s banner.”

Steven’s remark is even reflected in a website of the same name: Trump Is a Nut (www.trumpisanut.com), also accessible through the Trump Is Nuts name. (www.trumpisanut.net). Coincidentally, the website has already been up for nearly two months, and it is the title of a book: Trump Is a Nut! https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Nuts-Illustrated-Guide-Coloring/dp/0692738037 published on June 23 with a five star Amazon review. So Stevens’ comment reflects what a growing number of people have been thinking – that Trump is not merely a danger to American democracy by creating a dictatorship but actually “nuts”. In fact, in the Bloomberg Businessweek article, writer Joshua Green notes that the goal of hiring Bannon, profiled in the magazine as “The Most Dangerous Political Operative in America.” was to unshackle Trump even more. In this way, Trump could unleash his inner Trump and go full anti-establishment and anti-Washington to fire up his supporters.

No wonder several dozen Republicans, including former RNC officials, have publically turned against Trump’s nomination and are urging the party to cut off Trump’s funding in order to redirect it to endangered House and Senate candidates. Moreover, Stevens has suggested that the Republican end game is like the “bunker scene in Downfall, only the Trump crowd won’t tell Hitler the truth. It’s utter madness.” But then, that’s because Stevens thinks “Trump is a nut,” just like the Trump Is a Nut! cartoon book and the Trump Is a Nut website (www.trumpisanut.com) have been saying for nearly two months

Both the book and website were developed by author/sociologist Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D., who has been closely following the election for the past six months and has written seven books about Trump, now featured on the Trump Is a Nut website. In the tongue-in-cheek cartoon book Trump Is Nuts!, Scott compares Trump to a series of nuts from peanuts to pecans and shows him ending up in a nut case with two noted dictators – Hitler and Mussolini, and finally he is hauled off to a nut house. The Trump Is Nuts! book is on Amazon and Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Nuts-Illustrated-Guide-Coloring/dp/0692738037, while the cartoons are featured in a video on Pivotshare. The book is also part of a trilogy called Who Is Trump, Really? https://www.amazon.com/Who-Trump-Really-Collection-Extinct/dp/153541314X, which includes the books: Trump Is Extinct – Or May Be Soon! and Trump Is an Animal, which compare Trump respectively to extinct beasts and early humans and to fighting animals, like the kangaroo and chimpanzee.

So is Trump really nuts? Could Trump just be playing a nutty character, like a person on a reality show? Could his crazy words and behaviors be due to the onset of Alzheimer’s, since they seem to match 6 of the 10 core symptoms, according to the Alzheimer’s Association? Or are Trump’s antics just part of a long-time aggressive, thin-skinned personality? It’s a question raised by Dr. Gini Graham Scott in an article “Does Trump Have Early-Stage Alzheimer’s,” on the Huffington Post, which gotten over 1.3 likes: http://tinyurl.com/z64hltk In the article, she cites numerous experts, authorities, and writers who have suggested that one reason for Trump’s crazy behavior is that he has early stage Alzheimer’s. Whatever the answer to these questions, Stevens, along with many others think “Trump is a nut,” who is surrounded by many other nuts. And that appears to be a reason that his poll numbers are going down, down, down, because increasingly people fear having a nut in the White House or anywhere near a nuclear button.

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Gini Graham Scott has been an observer of the election since February 2016, when she first started writing a series of articles on Trump for the Huffington Post and published the first of a series of books on the election – 2016 Election Fairy Tales, with tales like “Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Trump,” followed by 2016 Election Monsters, Myths, and Mayhem, comparing Trump to a series of mythical monsters, such as the Medusa, Minotaur, and Devil.

She brings to these books on Trump a background as a sociologist and popular writer – and she is also a registered Republican, after previously being an independent voter. She received her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, and has several MAs, including one in Anthropology and another in Pop Culture and Lifestyles from California State University, East Bay. She is getting an additional MA there in Communication. She has published over 50 books with major publishers and 40 with her own publishing company, Changemakers Publishing. Besides The New Middle Ages, other new books include Lies and Liars, about understanding sociopaths and how to deal with them, Scammed, about recent scams and how to avoid them, and American Justice with Paul Brakke about problems in the criminal justice system and how to fix them. Her websites include www.ginigrahmscott.com and www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com.

A PDF of any of the Trump books is available to members of the media and book bloggers and reviewers.

The Naked Trump Statues Reveal Trump’s True Nature

The Naked Trump Statues Reveal Trump’s True Nature

The naked Trump statues erected today in five cities – New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Cleveland – not only show off Trump in all his naked glory, but they show through the expression of the artist what millions of people in America and around the world think of Trump.

More and more, people see him as a national joke and embarrassment, although what he represents is not so funny – a racist, bigoted, isolationist, paranoid vision of America. These statues represent one more statement that Trump is really just a lumpy overweight potbellied man who presents himself to the world with orange make-up. But underneath, he is stark naked.

Even the New York Parks Department, upon hauling the statue away — fittingly in the back of a dump truck, had the right attitude, when its spokesperson Sam Biederman explained the reason for removing the statue thus: “New York City Parks stands firmly against any unpermitted erection in city parks, no matter how small.”

These naked Trump statues reflect what author/sociologist Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D., has been pointing out for the past six months in a series of seven books about Trump, now featured on the Website: Trump Is a Nut (http://www.trumpisanut.com), also known as Trump Is Nuts (http://www.trumpisnuts.net) and Who Is Trump Really? (http://www.whoistrumpreally.com). According to the media, Trump is livid and going nuts over these naked images of himself – or maybe he is already nuts, as Scott suggests in a tongue-in-cheek cartoon book Trump Is Nuts!

The book compares Trump to a series of nuts from peanuts to pecans and shows him ending up in a nut case with two other noted dictators – Hitler and Mussolini, and finally he is hauled off to a nut house. While one of the images shows him regally dressed as an emperor, the naked Trump statues show that underneath the trappings of luxury and royalty, the emperor has no clothes. The Trump Is Nuts! book is on Amazon and Kindle, https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Nuts-Illustrated-Guide-Coloring/dp/0692738037, while the cartoons are featured in a video on Pivotshare.

They are also part of a trilogy called Who Is Trump, Really? https://www.amazon.com/Who-Trump-Really-Collection-Extinct/dp/153541314X

And now, as the popular enthusiasm for the statues shows, more and more people are recognizing in Trump’s latest rants that he really is nuts. Some recent examples – and there are so many of them — are his attack on the American intelligence community, his claim that the 50 military leaders who rejected him as a Commander in Chief are mere has-beens, his comment that a gun going off at a rally could be someone shooting Obama, and his call on Second Amendment supporters to do something to stop Hillary from getting rid of the Second Amendment (actually a false statement), which many viewed as a sly suggestion that someone should assassinate Hillary. But then Trump suggested he was really being sarcastic, or maybe he wasn’t. In other words, his words could mean anything, meaning that they really mean nothing.

Or could Trump’s crazy words and behaviors be due to the onset of Alzheimer’s? It’s a question raised by Dr. Gini Graham Scott in an article on the Huffington Post, which has already gotten 1.3 likes and has led to extended discussions on Facebook. http://tinyurl.com/z64hltk. In the article, Scott cites numerous experts, authorities, and writers who have suggested that one reason for Trump’s crazy behavior is that he has early stage Alzheimer’s. In fact, they point to him having a half-dozen of the 10 core signs of Alzheimer’s, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. Plus the condition has genetic links, and Trump’s father had Alzheimer’s for six years before he died of pneumonia in 1999.

In any event, the naked Trump statues are a fitting “tribute” to a Trump who is increasingly being revealed nationally and internationally for who he really is. In fact, regardless of the many polls which report many different results, the gamblers who take bets are now viewing the odds of Trump winning as going down, down, down. In fact, one of the top polling sites, Nate’s Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.com has now caught up with the betting sites, giving Clinton a 86.4 percent chance of winning the election, with Trump at 13.6 percent. Now with the statues out there – or perhaps just in millions of shared images – maybe Trump’s odds are even less, while the odds of him dropping out of the election are going up, up, up.

What Do Pro-Trumpers Think When Asked If Trump Has Early Alzheimer’s?

What Do Pro-Trumpers Think When Asked If Trump Has Early Alzheimer’s?

About a week ago, the article “Does Trump Have Early Stage Alzheimer’s?” http://tinyurl.com/z64hltk by writer/sociologist Gini Graham Scott reached over 11000 likes.  Numerous experts suggested that might be the case, in addition to having the mental disorders of being a narcissist and sociopath.  So what did the Trump supporters think of this diagnosis?

Scott examined a sampling of responses over the next two days, and found they fell into two camps. One was those who found the article reinforced their anti-Trump view that he really was nuts.  The other camp was the Trump supporters who attacked the “liberal” media, trashed the Huff Post, and accused Hillary of lying and being equally or more crazy.

Among other things, Scott found that many Trump supporters apparently didn’t read her article, since they didn’t understand what it meant to suggest that Trump might have early stage Alzheimer’s, based on the Alzheimer’s Association’s description of 10 core symptoms.  As Scott described, Trump showed over half the signs of this illness, including a memory loss that disrupts daily life, difficulty in concentrating, having decreased or poor judgment, and changes in mood or personality. She gave plenty of examples of Trump’s recent behavior to support this viewpoint, such as him forgetting about Russia taking over the Ukraine, his difficulty in staying on a subject, and his being increasingly on edge, paranoid, and ready to attack, like an animal or child.

But instead of recognizing the signs, many Trump defenders simply attacked the media – a case of trashing the messenger because you don’t like the message.  As one Trumpkin commented: “You morons in the media…You have to stop with all this made up crap & grow up and be journalists not writers for the National Enquirer, but then again at least the(sic) admit they fudge the truth, the mainstream media should be ashamed of themselves…Just saying.”

Some tried to attack the reputation of the Huffington Post by calling it “tabloid journalism,” despite its illustrious roster of experts and authorities.  As one Trumpeteer proclaimed: “You guys at huff and puff have it full brown.” Still another Trumpkin blasted the Huffington Post as “a liberal propaganda site spreading lies filtered through the ass of George Soros.”

Other Trumpkins sought to counterpunch by turning an attack on Trump into an attack on Hillary, the Clintons, and the Democrats, frequently citing inaccurate information and writing in barely literate English.  For example, some of their comments were:

“I see a rabid DEM write this inflammatory piece of crapola lol.”

“Media and Obama and Hillary are just making anything up too (sic) stop trump and the American people.”

“Nothing wrong with Trump but Hillary has some pretty serious mental issues, that I am sure.”

“Hillary has seizures on a daily basis.”

“The DEVIL wants Hillary.”

“Hillary is a thief and a liar.”

“Trump is sharp as a tack. Killary is an enormous risk to our national security and our freedoms. Vote Trump, the only one not already bought and paid for by people who hate us… Go Trump! Make American Great Again!!!”

“Trump…is the lesser of two evils.  He speaks his mind, he is not part of the establishment, and he does not give in to lobbyists. Oblama and Hitlary are trying their best to turn American into a Socialist country.”

Still other respondents were so anti-Hillary that they believed that Trump was a Hillary plant, designed to say such outrageous things that he would lose the election and Hillary would win.  In their view, Trump was simply acting as if he was nuts, but wasn’t really, so it was all part of an entertainment game for a political end.  As one respondent replied to my question about Trump having early-stage Alzheimer’s.  “Nonsense. He’s working with the Clintons.”

In short, the Trump supporters were ready to put down the media for bringing a message they didn’t want to hear, or they attacked like Trump to denigrate Hillary, with the actual facts of little concern.  They were just hurling damaging information against her based on rumor, innuendo, and misinformation, and they turned any questions about Trump’s mental health into questions about the mental ability of Hillary and anyone who might dare to question Trump’s mental fitness.  Some even accused Hillary of treason and seeking to undermine America.

Given this ongoing election battle and the potential damages Trump could inflict on America and the world, should he become the President of the United States, Scott has written a series of books about the dangers Trump presents.  A listing of the full series is at Who Is Trump Really? www.whoistrumpreally.com (also accessible from www.trumpisnuts.net and www.trumpisanut.com.

For her most recent books, Scott teamed up with a cartoonist and wrote Trump Is Nuts! An Illustrated Guide and Coloring Book on the Many Ways that Trump Has Gone Nuts https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Nuts-Illustrated-Guide-Coloring/dp/0692738037 and Trump Is An Animal! https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Animal-Illustrated-Coloring-Different/dp/1535223154  Trump Is Nuts! features satiric cartoons depicting Trump as all kinds of nuts from cashews to pecans and ending up as a nut case and in the nuthouse. The book combines cartoons with incisive commentary about the many ways that Trump’s behavior is mentally disturbed or nuts.  Trump Is an Animal! features Trump as a number of animals, from kangaroos to chimps and fur seals, who are fighting for power, territory, and mates, much like Trump strikes out and fights with anyone who threatens his position.

Does Trump Have Alzheimer’s? Experts Question Mental Health

Does Trump Have Alzheimer’s? Experts Question Mental Health

The latest incidents from Trump’s campaign, such as insulting Gold Star parents Kzihr Khan and his wife and telling ABC’s George Stephanopoulos that Russia wouldn’t go into the Ukraine, have raised questions about Trump’s mental competency.

Could these behaviors be due to the onset of Alzheimer’s – a question raised by Dr. Gini Graham Scott in an article on the Huffington Post, which has already gotten 274 likes and has led to extended discussions on Facebook. http://tinyurl.com/z64hltk.

As Scott points out, there is more and more evidence of this diagnosis, as an increasing number of members of the Republican Party have disavowed Trump’s candidacy, though they are not legally able to force him out without a very good reason – such as if he is too impaired to continue to be a candidate. In the article, Scott cites numerous experts, authorities, and writers who have suggested that a reason for Trump’s crazy behavior is that he has early stage Alzheimer’s. In fact, they point to him having a half-dozen of the 10 core signs of Alzheimer’s, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.

In her article, Scott provides numerous examples of Trump’s behavior which fit this pattern of having Alzheimer’s, along with quotes from experts backing up this possibility. Scott has previously written a series of books about who Trump really is and whether he is really nuts. These books include two new satiric cartoon books with commentary – Trump Is Nuts! and Trump Is an Animal! Trump Is Nuts! features Trump as 21 different kinds of nuts, from walnuts and peanuts to mixed up nuts and finally ends with Trump on his way to a nuthouse. https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Nuts-Illustrated-Guide-Coloring/dp/0692738037 Trump Is an Animal! compares Trump to different types of fighting animals including Kangaroos and Meerkats. https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Animal-Illustrated-Coloring-Different/dp/1535223154. These are included in the book Who Is Trump, Really? https://www.amazon.com/Who-Trump-Really-Collection-Extinct/dp/153541314X. Along with each cartoon, the books include a short commentary about Trump’s recent behavior.

Scott has also launched a website at www.whoistrumpreally.com (also accessible from www.trumpisnuts.net and www.2016electionfollies.com), which features seven books about Trump which combine satiric humor with pungent commentary about Trump.

Scott brings to the series a background as a sociologist and popular writer – and she is also a registered Republican, after previously being an independent voter. She received her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, and has several MAs, including one in Anthropology and another in Pop Culture and Lifestyles from California State University, East Bay. She is getting an additional MA there in Communication. She has published over 50 books with major publishers and 40 with her own publishing company, Changemakers Publishing. Besides The New Middle Ages, other new books include Lies and Liars, about understanding sociopaths and how to deal with them, Scammed, about recent scams and how to avoid them, and American Justice with Paul Brakke about problems in the criminal justice system and how to fix them. Her websites include www.ginigrahmscott.com and www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com.

A PDF of any of the Trump books is available to members of the media and book bloggers and reviewers.

Who Is Trump Really? Question After Trump Urges Russian Email Hack

Who Is Trump Really? Question After Trump Urges Russian Email Hack

The latest Trump scandals raise questions about who Trump really is – and is he nuts? The latest examples including urging the Russians to hack Clinton’s emails, which many compare to treason; a refusal to release his tax returns; the USA Freedom singers suing him because of not being paid; and the Hotel Roanoke in Virginia threatening to sue him for non-payment because of he says there wasn’t enough air conditioning. And then there are the charges about the Trump University fraud and the claims by four women that Trump raped them.

The complaints, lawsuits, and charges against Trump go on and on, though his supporters continue to ignore all the claims, while they keep criticizing Hillary for the emails and Benghazi, even though she has been cleared of illegal activities in multiple hearings.

So what gives? Is Trump crazy? Does he really want to be President, since he has suggested that Pence will handle domestic and foreign affairs? What’s left? He says he’ll just work on making American great again, although his continual personal attacks in interviews, rallies, and tweets suggest it’s more accurate to say he wants to make “America hate again” or “grate again,” as some critics have suggested.

In any case, there are now a series of books and a website that raise the question about who Trump really is. The newly launched website is www.whoistrumpreally.com (also accessible from www.trumpisnuts.net and www.2016electionfollies.com). The website features seven satiric books about Trump which combine humor with pungent commentary about Trump and his rise to taking over the Republican Party.

Three new cartoon books – Trump Is Nuts!, Trump Is Extinct…Or May Be Soon!, and Trump Is an Animal! – suggest that these scenarios are or will soon be true. Trump Is Nuts! features Trump as 21 different kinds of nuts, from walnuts and peanuts to mixed up nuts and finally ends with Trump on his way to a nuthouse. https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Nuts-Illustrated-Guide-Coloring/dp/0692738037 Trump Is Extinct compares Trump to 27 extinct animals and early humans, from ancient dinosaurs and flying reptiles to Neanderthals with names like the Trumposaurus, Saber Tooth Trump, and Neandertrump. https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Extinct-May-Soon-Illustrated/dp/0692739300. Trump Is an Animal! compares Trump to different types of fighting animals including Kangaroos and Meerkats. https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Animal-Illustrated-Coloring-Different/dp/1535223154. All three books are combined in Who Is Trump, Really? https://www.amazon.com/Who-Trump-Really-Collection-Extinct/dp/153541314X

Other books available through the website and Amazon are 2016 Election Fairy Tales with stories like “Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Trump,” and 2016 Election Monsters, Myths and Mayhem, which features Trump as 15 monsters in mythology, such as the Medusa, Minotaur, and even the Devil. The first four books in the series are combined in 2016 Election Follies.

While the books are designed to appeal to anyone following the election – especially Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans, the books were written to contribute to the dialogue about the election – and perhaps even sway some votes against Trump.

The author, Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D. brings to the series a background as a sociologist and popular writer – and she is also a registered Republican, after previously being an independent voter. She received her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, and has several MAs, including one in Anthropology and another in Pop Culture and Lifestyles from California State University, East Bay. She is getting an additional MA there in Communication. She has published over 50 books with major publishers and 40 with her own publishing company, Changemakers Publishing. Besides The New Middle Ages, other new books include Lies and Liars, about understanding sociopaths and how to deal with them, Scammed, about recent scams and how to avoid them, and American Justice with Paul Brakke about problems in the criminal justice system and how to fix them. Her websites include www.ginigrahmscott.com and www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com.

A PDF of any of the Trump books is available to members of the media and book bloggers and reviewers.

Cartoon Books Compare Trump to Animal Fighters, Nuts, Extinct Beasts

Cartoon Books Compare Trump to Animal Fighters, Nuts, Extinct Beasts

Now that much of the Republican party and the U.S. population is anti-Trump, the question comes up – is he nuts? Will he become extinct? Is he like a kangaroo boxer, buffalo, baboon or other animal in the way he fights with almost everyone – from rivals to other politicians and members of the media.

Three new cartoon books – Trump Is Nuts!, Trump Is Extinct…Or May Be Soon!, and Trump Is an Animal! – suggests that these scenarios are or will soon be true. Trump Is Nuts! features Trump as 21 different kinds of nuts, from Walnuts, Peanuts, and Pecans to Mixed Up Nuts, a Nut Case, and patients in a nuthouse. https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Nuts-Illustrated-Guide-Coloring/dp/0692738037 Trump Is Extinct compares Trump to 27 extinct beasts and early humans, from ancient dinosaurs, flying reptiles, birds, and mammals with names like the Trumposaurus, Saber Tooth Trump, and Homo Trumpien. https://www.amazon.com/Trump-Extinct-May-Soon-Illustrated/dp/0692739300. And Trump Is an Animal! compares Trump to different types of animals including Chimpanzees, Fur Seals, and Meerkats, in which the male animals commonly fight for power, territory, and mates. There is a website for the books at www.trumpisnuts.net or www.2016electionfollies.com.

The books are part of series of books about the 2016 Election, including the 2016 Election Fairy Tales with stories like “Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Trump,” and 2016 Election Monsters, Myths and Mayhem, which features Trump as 15 monsters in mythology, such as the Medusa, Minotaur, and even the Devil. Another is The Battles of Donnie and Teddy: 4 Children’s Stories for Adults featuring young Trump and Cruz battling it out in a sandbox, playground, school yard, and backyard party. The first four books in the series are combined in 2016 Election Follies.

While the books are designed to appeal to anyone following the election – especially Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans, the books were written to contribute to the dialogue about the election – and perhaps even sway some votes.

The author, Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D. brings to the series a background as a sociologist and popular writer. She received her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, and has several MAs, including one in Anthropology and another in Pop Culture and Lifestyles from California State University, East Bay. She is getting an additional MA there in Communication. She has published over 50 books with major publishers and 40 with her own publishing company, Changemakers Publishing. Besides The New Middle Ages, other new books include Lies and Liars, about understanding sociopaths and how to deal with them, Scammed, about recent scams and how to avoid them, and American Justice with Paul Brakke about problems in the criminal justice system and how to fix them. Her websites include www.ginigrahmscott.com and www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com.

A PDF of any of the Trump books is available to members of the media and book bloggers and reviewers.