Many People Are Saying Trump’s Surprise Canceling Of Two Campaign Events Is Sign Of Brain Damage

Donald Trump abruptly canceled two of his scheduled campaign stops, an August 31 rally in Portland and another one in Las Vegas.

Trump has canceled a Friday rally in Las Vegas scheduled at the South Point Hotel Casino and Spa, according to the Las Vegas Sun. His campaign didn’t say why the event was canceled.

The Republican nominee has also canceled an Aug. 31 rally and fundraiser in Portland, Ore., according to Oregon Public Broadcasting. Trump reportedly canceled the event due to scheduling changes.

This is on the heels of a recent announcement that he would be delaying a immigration policy speech that was due in just a few days. When asked about why, his campaign was vague with reporters.

Later they added that it was partly because of the “Louisiana flood disaster” but offered no suggestion of how the two were linked.

Are these abrupt changes of plan signs of serious, potentially life-threatening brain damage? Would a man who just learned he has a terminal case of brain cancer due to repeated acute Rogaine poisoning slowly having seeped through his skull suddenly be in no mood to shout about immigrants for two hours at a GOP wine mixer? It’s a definite possibility. Google it and find out! If you find even a single blog post, YouTube video, or meme that says so, then it’s true.

It’s no secret that Trump’s behavior has been odd lately. His mood, according to sources, flings wildly from depression to “boyish exuberance.”

In private, Mr. Trump’s mood is often sullen and erratic, his associates say. He veers from barking at members of his staff to grumbling about how he was better off following his own instincts during the primaries and suggesting he should not have heeded their calls for change.

He broods about his souring relationship with the news media, calling Mr. Manafort several times a day to talk about specific stories. Occasionally, Mr. Trump blows off steam in bursts of boyish exuberance: At the end of a fund-raiser on Long Island last week, he playfully buzzed the crowd twice with his helicopter.

Some have compared these startling descriptions to that of Hitler’s last days in his Berlin bunker, both because Trump and Hitler are cracking under the pressure of imminent ruin and because both men had a habit of employing literal Nazis. Hitler, famously, was suffering from several neurological and physical ailments at the time of his death. Think on that!

Many people are saying that Trump’s canceled rallies can only mean one thing: Trump’s a frail, sickly, weakling who can barely lift his arms to fend off a bald eagle, much less climb the stairs up to his private jet. When he does appear in public, his doughy, pale skin is moist and blotchy. And his newfound love of teleprompters certainly suggest a steep mental decline, according to Many People – some of whom may even be doctors for all we know.

And where is Trump while all these accusations fly about on the internet? Sleeping!!!! Probably with pillows to prop up his delicate head. Sad!

(Note: The Trump family recently hired the lawyers who sued Gawker out of existence and have already begun threatening to sue websites and reporters who criticize the Trumps. It’s unclear whether these lawyers are capable of understanding satire, but we’ll let you know if we find out.)

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