TDS Crosses the Pond: Sweden Bans 'Trump' License Plate, Declaring It 'Offensive'

Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) is a worldwide malady that causes leftists to behave in irrational and childish ways. While not necessarily advisable during the workday, it's easy to waste hours laughing at YouTube videos of leftists losing it after the news broke that Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election. Since then, TDS has gotten worse and spread. A recent case of TDS involves an entire governmental agency. A Swedish man was denied his application for a license plate that reads "Trump" because the Swedish Transport Agency deemed it offensive.

In an article published by the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, it's explained that the man was drunk and thought it would be funny to have a license plate bearing the U.S. president's last name on his American-made car. Swedish authorities, though, didn't find the idea as humorous as the man and denied the online application.

Swedish authorities told the Associated Press that it does not allow political letter combinations. Saaf was informed that the decision could not be appealed.

However, the original article from Aftonbladet points out that Swedish authorities denied his request because "the letter combination can be regarded as offensive."

Which is it, Sweden, denied because it's political or offensive? Anyone want to put a wager on whether or not a license plate bearing the word Obama on it would be approved by the Swedish Transport Agency?

We all know exactly why a license plate with President Trump's name on it was denied. And we would have know it even if the Swedish government hadn't revealed that they found it "offensive." Sweden can hide behind policy all they want, but the real reason is because the Swedish government suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome and is triggered by the mere thought of Donald Trump. What's truly offensive is our supposed allies referring to the name of our president as "offensive."