Almost Too Much Schadenfreude

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Almost Too Much Schadenfreude

There is never a dull moment in the Amer­ica that has Don­ald J. Trump as its Pres­i­dent. While My Don­ald is busy doing his job, sour­puss kooks con­tinue to lose their col­lec­tivist minds, and even if he did noth­ing else for the next four years, that alone would be almost too much win­ning. Almost.

Here is a sam­pling of the schaden­freude­tas­tic awe­some­ness that has been unleashed by the power of MAGA in just the past few days:

We are awash in the tears of unhinged left­ists.

A moron who thought a that beheaded POTUS would be funny has bro­ken her obnox­ious self, and that right there is hilarious.

Crooked Hillary Rot­ten Clin­ton, the sore loser, is going to need a big­ger bas­ket.

The left has its own cir­cu­lar fir­ing squad.

Media shark jump­ing with their hair on fire.

Cov­fefe is a thing.

Democ­rats are now the Party of Chicken Lit­tles.

Build-A-Burger’s gonna get a taste of MAGA.

Con­grat­u­la­tions, Pres­i­dent Trump.

Pres­i­dent Trump Puts Amer­i­can Jobs First:

Our gov­ern­ment rushed to join inter­na­tional agree­ments where the United States pays the costs and bears the bur­dens while other coun­tries get the ben­e­fit and pay noth­ing.” – Pres­i­dent Don­ald J. Trump

ALREADY THE WORLD’S ENERGY LEADER: The United States had already become the leader in cut­ting CO2 emis­sions while still lead­ing in oil & gas production.

  • In the United States, energy related car­bon diox­ide emis­sions have sig­nif­i­cantly declined since before the Paris Cli­mate Accord was nego­ti­ated, and will con­tinue to decline as a share of world­wide emis­sions, par­tic­u­larly when com­pared to other nations such as China and India.
    • The Energy Infor­ma­tion Administration’s (EIA) 2017 Annual Energy Out­look reports that, from 2005 to 2016, energy related car­bon diox­ide emis­sions fell at an aver­age annual rate of 1.4%.
    • Emis­sions are pro­jected to con­tinue to fall from 2016 to 2040.
    • Mean­while, the EIA reports that emis­sions in the devel­op­ing world are expected to dou­ble their 2005 lev­els by 2040.
  • Accord­ing to recent U.S. Energy Infor­ma­tion Admin­is­tra­tion, the United States remained the world’s top pro­ducer of oil and nat­ural gas combined.
  • The United States con­tin­ues to be a world leader in energy, but increased com­pe­ti­tion from coun­tries like China demon­strates the need for poli­cies that enable Amer­ica to com­pete on a global scale.

HARM­FUL TO THE AMER­I­CAN PEO­PLE: The Paris Cli­mate Accord could cost the United States econ­omy mil­lions of jobs and tril­lions of dol­lars in eco­nomic out­put over the next sev­eral decades.

  • Accord­ing to an analy­sis by National Eco­nomic Research Asso­ciates (NERA), meet­ing Pres­i­dent Obama’s com­mit­ment under the Paris Cli­mate Accord would cost the United States nearly $3 tril­lion by 2040.
    • By 2040, the Amer­i­can econ­omy could have 6.5 mil­lion fewer indus­trial sec­tor jobs, includ­ing 3.1 mil­lion fewer man­u­fac­tur­ing jobs.
    • Indus­tries such as cement, iron and steel, coal, nat­ural gas, and petro­leum would be forced to cut pro­duc­tion under Pres­i­dent Obama’s Paris Cli­mate Accord.

SHOUL­DER­ING THE BUR­DEN: Under the Paris Cli­mate Accord, the United States would carry the bur­den while other coun­tries would get the benefits.

  • Under the Obama Admin­is­tra­tion, which signed an agree­ment with­out hav­ing to deal with the eco­nomic reper­cus­sions, the United States was com­mit­ted to reduc­ing CO2 emis­sions by between 26 and 28 per­cent from 2005 lev­els by 2025.
    • Mean­while China can con­tinue to increase emis­sions for the next 13 years.
  • The United States already con­tributed $1 bil­lion to a UN Green Cli­mate Fund. This would increase to $3 bil­lion under pledges made by the pre­vi­ous Administration.

INEF­FEC­TIVE: Even if every nation fully com­plied with the Paris Cli­mate Accord, it would barely impact the climate.

  • Accord­ing to researchers from MIT, if every nation that signed the Paris Cli­mate Accord met all of their com­mit­ments until the end of the cen­tury, the impact on the cli­mate would be negligible.

PROMISE TO THE AMER­I­CAN PEO­PLE: Pres­i­dent Trump is ful­fill­ing his promise to the Amer­i­can peo­ple to stop inter­na­tional agree­ments that dis­ad­van­tage the United States.

  • May 26, 2016, then-​candidate Trump:
    • Pres­i­dent Obama entered the United States into the Paris Cli­mate Accords— uni­lat­er­ally, and with­out the per­mis­sion of Congress.”
    • So for­eign bureau­crats are going to be con­trol­ling what we are using and what we are doing on our land in our coun­try. No way.”

Under the lead­er­ship of Pres­i­dent Don­ald J. Trump, Amer­i­cans are indeed get­ting put ahead of for­eign moochers, and Amer­ica is finally win­ning again, and win­ning bigly. The fact that Amer­ica haters are going mad with the agony of their numer­ous defeats is really just the sweet­est icing on a schaden­freude­li­cious cake. Mmmm mmm mmm.…

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MJ Steven­son, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla​.com. She lives in a wood­land shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her fam­ily and a large pack of guardian com­pan­ion ani­mals.

There is never a dull moment in the America that has Donald J. Trump as its President. While My Donald is busy doing his job, sourpuss kooks continue to lose their collectivist minds, and even if he did nothing else for the next four years, that alone would be almost too much winning. Almost.

Here is a sampling of the schadenfreudetastic awesomeness that has been unleashed by the power of MAGA in just the past few days:

We are awash in the tears of unhinged leftists.

A moron who thought a that beheaded POTUS would be funny has broken her obnoxious self, and that right there is hilarious.

Crooked Hillary Rotten Clinton, the sore loser, is going to need a bigger basket.

The left has its own circular firing squad.

Media shark jumping with their hair on fire.

Covfefe is a thing.

Democrats are now the Party of Chicken Littles.

Build-A-Burger’s gonna get a taste of MAGA.

Congratulations, President Trump.

President Trump Puts American Jobs First:

Our government rushed to join international agreements where the United States pays the costs and bears the burdens while other countries get the benefit and pay nothing.” – President Donald J. Trump

ALREADY THE WORLD’S ENERGY LEADER: The United States had already become the leader in cutting CO2 emissions while still leading in oil & gas production.

  • In the United States, energy related carbon dioxide emissions have significantly declined since before the Paris Climate Accord was negotiated, and will continue to decline as a share of worldwide emissions, particularly when compared to other nations such as China and India.
    • The Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) 2017 Annual Energy Outlook reports that, from 2005 to 2016, energy related carbon dioxide emissions fell at an average annual rate of 1.4%.
    • Emissions are projected to continue to fall from 2016 to 2040.
    • Meanwhile, the EIA reports that emissions in the developing world are expected to double their 2005 levels by 2040.
  • According to recent U.S. Energy Information Administration, the United States remained the world’s top producer of oil and natural gas combined.
  • The United States continues to be a world leader in energy, but increased competition from countries like China demonstrates the need for policies that enable America to compete on a global scale.

HARMFUL TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE: The Paris Climate Accord could cost the United States economy millions of jobs and trillions of dollars in economic output over the next several decades.

  • According to an analysis by National Economic Research Associates (NERA), meeting President Obama’s commitment under the Paris Climate Accord would cost the United States nearly $3 trillion by 2040.
    • By 2040, the American economy could have 6.5 million fewer industrial sector jobs, including 3.1 million fewer manufacturing jobs.
    • Industries such as cement, iron and steel, coal, natural gas, and petroleum would be forced to cut production under President Obama’s Paris Climate Accord.

SHOULDERING THE BURDEN: Under the Paris Climate Accord, the United States would carry the burden while other countries would get the benefits.

  • Under the Obama Administration, which signed an agreement without having to deal with the economic repercussions, the United States was committed to reducing CO2 emissions by between 26 and 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025.
    • Meanwhile China can continue to increase emissions for the next 13 years.
  • The United States already contributed $1 billion to a UN Green Climate Fund. This would increase to $3 billion under pledges made by the previous Administration.

INEFFECTIVE: Even if every nation fully complied with the Paris Climate Accord, it would barely impact the climate.

  • According to researchers from MIT, if every nation that signed the Paris Climate Accord met all of their commitments until the end of the century, the impact on the climate would be negligible.

PROMISE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE: President Trump is fulfilling his promise to the American people to stop international agreements that disadvantage the United States.

  • May 26, 2016, then-candidate Trump:
    • “President Obama entered the United States into the Paris Climate Accords— unilaterally, and without the permission of Congress.”
    • “So foreign bureaucrats are going to be controlling what we are using and what we are doing on our land in our country. No way.”

Under the leadership of President Donald J. Trump, Americans are indeed getting put ahead of foreign moochers, and America is finally winning again, and winning bigly. The fact that America haters are going mad with the agony of their numerous defeats is really just the sweetest icing on a schadenfreudelicious cake.  Mmmm mmm mmm….

 

 

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MJ Stevenson, AKA Zilla, is best known on the web as Zilla at MareZilla.com. She lives in a woodland shack near a creek, in one of those rural parts of New York State that nobody knows or cares about, with her family and a large pack of guardian companion animals.