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Bunker boy Trump finally builds that wall

Written By: - Date published: 1:23 pm, June 5th, 2020 - 23 comments
Categories: Donald Trump, making shit up, the praiseworthy and the pitiful, uk politics, uncategorized, you couldn't make this shit up - Tags:

And in America you get the feeling that maybe the reign of Donald Trump is reaching its denouement.

The brave man who used bone spurs to get out of serving in the Vietnam War was holed up in a White House Bunker to escape the wrath that the killing of George Floyd has caused.

And the much promised wall is finally being built.  But instead of stopping Mexicans from entering America it is to stop Americans entering the White House.

And Trump’s use of a bible as a piece of propaganda has been met with this stinging rebuke from Al Sharpton.

Although the incident could be offered as proof that there is not a God. Otherwise why wasn’t Trump hit with multiple bolts of lightning. If that had happened imagine what it would have done to fundamentalists’ belief systems. And using tear gas or its equivalent to move protestors away from a church for a photo op with a bible is a new low even him.

And the armed forces are backing away from the idea that they could be used against peaceful protestors.

Every week I seem to say that I could not imagine Trump getting worse. I said that again this week.

What next?

23 comments on “Bunker boy Trump finally builds that wall ”

  1. Barfly 1

    was hold up

    you mean holed I presume

    • mickysavage 1.1

      Yep batteries were dying on keyboard and I did not notice. Will fix.

      • Anne 1.1.1

        And in the third sentence… do you mean promised – not prompted? 😉

        [Dóh. Now fixed! – MS]

  2. Chris 2

    What could be next? Well, hopefully, a decision, by Congress or whoever it is, that Trump's unfit to government. It would be truly great if that were next.

  3. Andre 3

    Random thoughts:

    If we slip the contractor a backhander, can they "forget" to leave any openings?

    Is Mexico paying for it?

    Here's another wall to protect Hair Twitler: https://static01.nyt.com/images/2018/08/07/us/08xp-TRUMPSTAR2/08xp-TRUMPSTAR2-superJumbo.jpg

  4. Andre 4

    Every week I seem to say that I could not imagine Trump getting worse

    When you've got endless dynamite and enjoy using it, there's no such thing as rock-bottom.

  5. Fireblade 5

    Spooky! Lightning strikes the Washington Monument.

  6. Saw a tweet from someone saying that when he got the phone message reminding him of the 8pm curfew because of the mass rioting happening during a pandemic and a depression, he had to admit that this was actually pretty much how he'd expected a Trump presidency to turn out.

  7. McFlock 8

    Another prescient tweet and a response that didn't age quite so well:

  8. Macro 9

    Sarah Cooper how to Bible.

    • Anne 9.1

      She's brilliant!

    • Andre 9.2

      Was that before or after he told us Two Corinthians was his favourite part of the Bible? Also, were those two Corinthians he liked so much named Ivanka and Don Junior?

      • Anne 9.2.1

        I'll bet the f***tard has never even read the Bible. I did once many years ago. Lost the plot shortly after Exodus.

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