Farrah Abraham is exactly the sort of person who should probably just steer clear of politics entirely.
She takes pride in her ignorance and her tribal allegiances, and even though she almost certainly couldn't tell you how many branches are in the US government, she feels very, very strongly that her opinions about current events are objectively correct.
These days, Donald Trump has about as many powerful allies as that German fella did when he tied the knot with his actress girlfriend in that bunker.
Former bootlickers like Michael Cohen and Anthony Scaramucci jumped ship long ago, and now the president has even managed to alienate Mike Pence and Mitch McConnell, who recently downgraded Trump's status from "useful idiot" to just plain idiot.
With five people dead, thousands put at risk, and millions more traumatized by the sight of American democracy coming under attack on live TV, there's no denying the devastating consequences of last week's attack on the Capitol Building.
It's tough to gauge the damage to our national psyche or what sort of repercussions we might experience in the years to come.
Backed into a legal corner, facing yet another rumored impeachment and/or the possibility of actually being thrown out of office via the 25th amendment, Donald Trump at last said these words on Thursday evening: