Rather than waning, Trump Derangement Syndrom gets worse the longer Trump serves in the Oval Office.

Even for a once staunch opposer of Trump like myself, Trump’s governance has been far less threatening than I ever imagined, leaving me and many others pleasantly surprised.

In the age of personal truths and disregard for anything tethered to reality or absoluteness, it makes sense that those whose personal truth requires perpetual outrage even when circumstances don’t require hysterics, would find an abundance of ways to distort reality into something subjectively alarming.

Such is the case of Jared Yates Sexton. Sexton writes for Salon and has contributed to the New York Times, The New Republic, and Politico.

But those credentials haven’t saved Sexton from the “debilitating” Trump years.

It will never cease to amaze me that we’re supposed to both believe Russia is the devil incarnate (we can all agree their intentions are hostile to our interests) and also believe everything Russia says (read: propaganda) about Trump and their relationship with the U.S., but I digress.

If you’re wondering if he’s serious, he is. He’s even written a book about it!

Get angry. Get mad. And buy his book about the coming crybaby insurrection.