Last updated on December 8, 2020
Some context: Donald Trump did not win reelection.
Okay, onto the fucknuttery:
TRUMP: “He won 117 consecutive matches and lost only one. Well, you know, in politics, I won two, so I’m 2-0, and that’s pretty good, too. But we’ll see how that turns out.”
Yeah, we’ll see pretty damn soon, won’t we?
First of all, as noted, Trump lost the 2020 presidential election … by a lot.
Secondly, this was actually the third time he ran for president. In 2000, he launched a Reform Party campaign that went nowhere.
So this gargantuan loser is actually 1-2.
But that’s not the point. The point is, given infinite chances to show some humility and decency, he’s now 0 for infinity.
Also, couldn’t wrestler Dan Gable, the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, have waited a few months to accept the honor from a real president? People are gonna think he’s a WWE wrestler or something, because everything Trump does is phony.
I’d rather get a free Christmas ham from Kroger’s than a Medal of Freedom from this president — and I’m a fucking vegan. I mean, he gave one to Rush Limbaugh. That’s like giving a Nobel Prize in Physics to Rupert Murdoch for proving both of his testicles drop at a consistent rate of 9.8 m/s2 in a Mar-a-Lago sauna.
Donald Trump has just 44 more days to disgrace our country and everyone in it. If he doesn’t teabag the prime minister of Montenegro at some point before he leaves, I’ll be a little surprised, frankly.
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