Wednesday, September 26, 2018

The Show Goes On: UN Audience Gets a Good Laugh


                                        Good Day World!

Entertainers and con men, from P.T. Barnum to Trump, live by the phrase; "The Show Must Go On!"

As our Moron-In-Chief addressed the UN General Assembly in New York yesterday, the audience couldn't help themselves and laughed when he bragged about his administration being better than any other in US history.

Trump's speech also comes amid an undercurrent of global unease as Trump continues to up the ante in his trade war with China, after he slapped tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese imports with promises to punch back if China retaliates. His rhetoric is threatening to roil the global economy.

Trump's opening speech was a defining moment. The world put him on alert that his bullshit claims hold no water with the rest of the world. They can see the emperor has no clothes on. 

Let me ask you, "When was the last time an American president was mocked and laughed at in the UN General Assembly?"

That wasn't very hard was it? History tells us, never.

As Trump attempts to drag the nation back to a time of isolationism, the rest of the world is quickly losing faith with America. They see our leader, and protest his visits to their countries.

During Trump's search-and-destroy mission to obliterate civility, the rules of the land, and our system of government, there has been a lot of resistance. I hope the world has taken note. Don't give up on us.

Things are going to change after the midterms. Trump's co-conspirators (the House Freedom Caucus assholes) will no longer be able to run inference for Trump with false allegations and investigations.

Meanwhile the show will go on. Trump will continue to tell lies, promote anti-LBGT laws, racism, misogynism, isolationism, and the myth that this administration is better than any before it.

It's telling, however, when world leaders laugh at our celebrity star president. To them, Trump is a joke. To the American people, he's a bane, and a pain.

Time for me to walk on down the road...




















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