What does TDS mean?
TDS is an acronym for Trump Derangement Syndrome, a term applied to people who express deep loathing and fear of President Donald Trump. It’s usually used by Trump supporters for liberals.
It’s also used as a social-media hashtag in reference to the Tour De Suisse bike race. And, when it has a lowercase s, it’s used to abbreviate touchdowns.
Examples of TDS
Who uses TDS?
TDS (and Trump Derangement Syndrome) is most often used on social media by supporters of Donald Trump. TDS is most often used to criticize people who oppose and/or dislike Trump and to defend Trump from what the user believes to be invalid criticism and attacks.
I see that TDS sufferers are now coping about Trumps Iowa appearance.
Another day, another cope.
— Styxhexenhammer666 (@Styx666Official) September 10, 2023
I can’t wait until Trump legally presents evidence of the 2020 election fraud on a live televised broadcast in front of the entire world, including all the people with TDS who are expecting to see him get found guilty.
— JKash 🍊MAGA Queen (@JKash000) September 3, 2023
My favorite thing about TDS is knowing how much power Trump has over so many people. He has so much control over their miserable propagandized lives 😆
— NN (@NnPnemck) September 5, 2023
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