First Conspiracy About What Trump's Doing in DC Area Blew Up on the Left, So They've Cooked Up Another One


Trump Derangement Syndrome is a serious condition. If you find yourself experiencing any of the following symptoms when reading news about Donald Trump — feelings of paranoia, irrationality and hatred — you should seek help because you might have a bad case of TDS.

The condition certainly seems to be sweeping through Democrats and left-wing activists at the moment.

On Sunday, speculation ran rampant on why the former president had returned to Washington, D.C. for the first time since leaving office. These conspiracy theorists proposed every possible reason, from legal incidents to court arraignments. Then, on Monday, Trump made them all look ridiculous when he revealed his actual reason for returning — to visit his D.C.-area golf course.

Apparently, that wasn’t enough to stop the crazed leftist conspiracy theories.

Now, multiple leftists appear to be theorizing that Trump is up to some untoward activities at his golf course.

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Take this tweet from NBC’s senior White House correspondent Kelly O’Donnell, for example.

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O’Donnell seems to infer suspicious activity by pointing out how Trump was “not appearing to play as he moved about with a large group.”

An apparent coworker of O’Donnell’s, NBC Universal Senior Executive Mike Sington, took things a step further by describing Trump’s outing as “mysterious” and a “mob meeting.”

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Seriously, do these “journalists” have nothing better to do?

Other seemingly leftist Twitter users shared their own strange theories.

Trump Derangement Syndrome causes the left to act insane and irrational. If only they knew: Every time they act like this, Trump gains the upper hand.

His ability to drive Democrats crazy has always been one the former president’s greatest strengths.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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