Recently, Donald Trump learned that the media will completely ignore his “Russia” problems if he drops a big enough bomb. Ever since The Donald dropped the “mother of all bombs” on Afghanistan, the media and conservatives have been praising him for acting “presidential” by spending over $170k for each person he killed (this only considers the cost of the bomb), but the rest of us see this charade for what it is: an attempt to take the pressure off of his and his associates’ collusion with Russia.
On Saturday night, legendary author Stephen King delivered an Easter smackdown to our resident Manchurian couch potato. As everyone is well-aware, Monday is Tax Day — and Trump is still the only American president in recent history who has not released his tax returns. Sure, his administration leaked two pages from a single year recently, but that does nothing but raise the question: “what’s the hiding in the rest of his returns?”
“Come on, chickenshit, if you’re man enough to drop a mega-bomb on Afghanistan, you should be man enough to release your tax returns,” King tweeted.
Come on, chickenshit, if you're man enough to drop a mega-bomb on Afghanistan, you should be man enough to release your tax returns.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) April 15, 2017
Naturally, Americans agree with him:
— Allison O’Donoghue (@allyodonoghue) April 16, 2017
@StephenKing Stephen King calling the president a chickenshit is the highlight of my year.
— Dave Matt (@davematt88) April 15, 2017
— Nicholas Mitchell (@puxxled) April 15, 2017
@StephenKing Never as a child could I have imagined one day reading my hero calling the President a chickenshit in real time. God bless the internet.
— Jen Skelly (@Jenlskelly) April 15, 2017
@StephenKing Can’t wait for that orange golfing dickhead to tell us how unsuccessful you are.
— Oonagh (@Okeating) April 16, 2017
— Harbor Hound8 (@harborhound8) April 16, 2017
As with everything else related to Trump, we the American people are forced to ask “what is he hiding?” Unfortunately, with the GOP in control, we may never know.
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