Trump says he’s glad the US isn’t powered by wind, because ‘it only blows sometimes’

Trump is known for his rambling, nonsensical diatribes peppered with phrases such as “the best” or believe me”, and even the occasional “bigly.” At this point of his presidency, I’m not sure how he continues to turn the crazy past 11, but somehow he manages to do it.

Of course, this occurred on Fox News, the United States’ purest source for quality news. And Trump was speaking to none other than Sean Hannity, who I can only assume is a lost traveler from another reality somewhere in the multiverse.

After saying that “nobody has been tougher on Russia,” Trump word vomited this gem:

You look at the fact that we would have been powered by wind, which wouldn’t have worked by the way because it only blows sometimes and lots of problems come about.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Trump has said something about wind power. Here’s… whatever this is… that Trump said back in August:

Clean power, right? They want to have windmills all over the place, right? When the wind doesn’t blow, what do we do? Uh, we got problems. When there’s thousands of birds laying at the base of the windmill, what do we do? Isn’t that amazing? The environmentalists, “We like windmills.” Oh, really? What about the thousands of birds they’re killing? Try going to the bottom of a windmill someday. It’s not a pretty picture. But, really, when the wind doesn’t blow, you got problems. If your house is staring at a windmill, not good. When you hear that noise going round and round and round, and you’re living with it, and then you go crazy after a couple of years, not good. And the environmentalists say, oh, isn’t it wonderful?’

Those are all certainly words.

Here’s the video of Trump on Hannity’s show last night. Jump to about 11:30 in the video and listen for yourself.

People are saying that Trump says a lot of things, and I know a lot of people who say a lot of things, but this is one of the more bigly ridiculous rants he’s gone on, and he goes on a lot of rants, believe me. People are saying it’s one of the most incredible diatribes ever, and that’s people saying that, not me. Sad!

Written by Dan Broadbent

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