When softening feels like hardening…
Posted August 26, 2016on:
Good morning Widdershins.
My imagination fails me. Perhaps if I had done LSD during kindergarten, my pedestrian, white-cracker imagination would be fertile enough to think up something like this.
Katrina Pierson, failed shoplifter and viperous time traveler, has been absent from her perch on CNN. She needed a break after insisting the Kenyan Muslim Obama invaded Afghanistan in 2009. It seems the rest and the therapeutic millet didn’t do the trick. She’s baaaaack!
Not since Funk said to Wagnalls, “Ya know any words?” has there been a more pythonic utterance. Ms. Pierson says that the clamoring Yam hasn’t changed his position on immigration, he’s just changed the words.
This, as the Circus Peanut can’t decide whether he’s softening or hardening his position on immigration. I don’t know if Cialis is effective on itty bitty Peanuts, but I’m sure his buddy Roger Ailes might know. Roger, the clarion Fox puritan, is locked in his bunker replaying videos from the good old days when only Democrats were godless fornicating sinners.
The flying monkeys of the Alt-right have just had their best day ever. They have been called out and are now the official crew, nee seamen, of the USS Trumpanic. Here’s an excellent explanation of their pedigree.
The Trumpanic has proudly sailed the seas of racism for decades. Nicholas Kristof has collected some of the rockiest shoals the Trumpanic has navigated in this article all too cleverly entitled: Is Donald Trump a Racist?
Here’s a quote from the article, if uttered by any presidential candidate heretofore would have been absolutely disqualifying, but just add it to the lexicography of “F Trump”:
In 1991, a book by John O’Donnell, who had been president of the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, quoted Trump as criticizing a black accountant and saying: “Black guys counting my money! I hate it. The only kind of people I want counting my money are short guys that wear yarmulkes every day. … I think that the guy is lazy. And it’s probably not his fault, because laziness is a trait in blacks. It really is, I believe that. It’s not anything they can control.” O’Donnell wrote that for months afterward, Trump pressed him to fire the black accountant, until the man resigned of his own accord.
Trump eventually denied making those comments. But in 1997 in a Playboy interview, he conceded “the stuff O’Donnell wrote about me is probably true.”
To haunt your otherwise pleasant Friday, I leave you with this image of our potential next President and Vice President. What’s on your mind?
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