Wednesday, November 1, 2017
New Board Game: Clue 2.0 - Trapping Trump and His Minions
Good Day World!
It's been like playing a real life game of Clue.
Since Trump came into office it's been one big who done it?
Did he collude with the Ruskies? Did his son? Did AG Sessions?
Who was in the room at Trump Tower?
Who said what in a cozy chat that started off as a way to shovel dirt on Hillary Clinton?
Who changed the Republican platform at the last minute to favor Russia? The Republican National Committee adopted language favoring Russia. Why?
Col. Mustard is a Russian no-good-nic ambassador named Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak.
Trump staffers have tried to deny talking with him, then lied about the content of the their conversations when they were caught.
Unlike the actual board game of Clue, it's not about trying to find out who murdered Mr. Boddy.
Instead, the object is to discover how many of Trump's staff and campaign team members worked with Russia to steal the election.
Win the game when Trump is impeached, and tried for obstruction of justice.
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