French fire chiefs mock Trump over Notre Dame advice: 'Everything would have collapsed'

Aug 2018
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Well it came out of his mouth so now he has to stick with it. Or else he'll be a weak loser. So I guess from now on the French fire department are deep state Obama third columnists trying to burn Paris and refusing to use forest fire technology which could easily stop it.

He didn't plan that narrative. It wasn't on purpose. But he's tweeted it now so.... No choice but to push through it.
 

Singularity

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Well it came out of his mouth so now he has to stick with it. Or else he'll be a weak loser. So I guess from now on the French fire department are deep state Obama third columnists trying to burn Paris and refusing to use forest fire technology which could easily stop it.

He didn't plan that narrative. It wasn't on purpose. But he's tweeted it now so.... No choice but to push through it.
I'm afraid this may indeed reflect his next move, but actually, I think Glenn Beck has already signposted how he's going to respond, if he does.


In short, the Paris first responders are conspiring to cover up a terrorist attack to protect the Mohammedans.
 

Singularity

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Mr. Singularity,

Who would have thought French fire chiefs were so petty.
They are rightfully prideful. They have defeated one of the most devastating fires of the modern era, saving the structure in the process.

They don't need some foreign head of state telling them to do their jobs, particularly when he's just wrong.

Water weighs a lot, you don't use aerial extinguishing drops in urban areas with questionable foundations for that reason.

Had Trump bothered to consult an expert before opening his mouth (rather, picking up his phone) he would've known that.

But he never does, and the French don't have to tolerate him.
 
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They are rightfully prideful. They have defeated one of the most devastating fires of the modern era, saving the structure in the process.

They don't need some foreign head of state telling them to do their jobs, particularly when he's just wrong.

Water weighs a lot, you don't use aerial extinguishing drops in urban areas with questionable foundations for that reason.

Had Trump bothered to consult an expert before opening his mouth (rather, picking up his phone) he would've known that.

But he never does, and the French don't have to tolerate him.
Mr. singularity,

LOL, they were rightfully petty.

Perhaps one should ask "if they (French fire chief) are so important and vital to fire fighting, why are they spending their time responding to every twitter suggestion on how to fight a fire."
 

Singularity

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Mr. singularity,

LOL, they were rightfully petty.

Perhaps one should ask "if they (French fire chief) are so important and vital to fire fighting, why are they spending their time responding to every twitter suggestion on how to fight a fire."
So, you're saying that if a given public official responds to the President of the United States who directed a statement to his or her activities, they have better things to do?

Is the presidency that unimportant, the things Trump says that trivial even in the eyes of his supporters? What a low level Trump has taken this country to.
 

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