“Many people claim coffee inspires them, but, as everybody knows, coffee only makes boring people even more boring.” ―
Have you ever watched the Daily Show with Trevor Noah?
He's one of three late night comedians that I really enjoy watching and listening to.
Okay. What's up with the Trevor Noah thing? Right? Be patient, I'm leading up to that...
In a recent show Trevor sent a special message to Trump. In it he explained that the Daily Show's Traveling Presidential Twitter Library will set up shop in Washington on June 14th, just around the corner from the White House.
"The president can gain new inspiration as visitors bask in his collective wisdom, take a selfie with covfefe, or sit on his golden toilet," Noah explained.
Needlessly to say, I was inspired by Noah's vision of a Presidential Twitter Library, and have a few thoughts about the idea:
On Fundraising: It's a no-brainer that Trump's hard core base will send donations, even if they're beaten down with new higher tariff costs that the moron has imposed.
In addition,the upper 1% of Americans who hold the majority of the nation's wealth, will probably reward Trump for the tax scam that he pulled off last year.
On Preserving the Evidence: Historians, lawmakers, and political science professors, will be able to document scores of lies that Trump told during his regime that led to a war with Congress.
In addition, psychiatrists will be making numerous observations, where they write scholarly papers of the many mental conditions Trump has. The library will be like a walk through a sociopath's mind.
A Warning To Future Generations: Above all, Donny's tweets will be a warning for future presidents who think about co-opting media platforms to present an alternative reality to their followers.
Not only is it divisive to Americans, there's security concerns after Trump whips up his fringe base against individuals he's personally targeting.
This mobile Presidential Twitter Library can tour the nation, stopping off at colleges, and high schools across the country.
Anyway, thanks for the inspiration Trevor!
Time for me to walk on down the road...