Sunday, May 14, 2017


Dear Donald, did you tape former FBI director Comey? If you did, come clean and release the tapes. Because whatever you do as president -- a position with which you still seem shockingly unfamiliar -- interests all of us. Taping Comey would of course have been something that goes against the very grain of your pretensions, but we all know by now that your grasp of reality is tenuous at best, and while you are shocked, SHOCKED! at the concept that someone would record you, except as a reality teevee star comparable to the tacky hos of Real Housewives, you yourself probably do not consider it faithless and dishonest to make recordings of your opponents.

But it is. You made it so.

Release those tapes. You mentioned them, they became germane the moment you opened your mouth, the American people deserve to know more about your decision to axe Comey. You have made it an issue.
Your subsequent ridiculous statements made it more of an issue.
Further wafflegab crystallized it as an issue.
A twit-shit storm even further.

We want to know what you said, Mr. Trump. We trust that Comey acted properly, but many of us have no such presumption about you. Because too often you denied that you said something, when you were on record as actually having said it.

It doesn't take an Einstein, Mr. President.

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Apparently we cannot trust your spokespeople either. Spicer is on record as gibbering, Kellyanne Conway took leave of her senses ages ago, Sarah Huckabee Sanders is a dunce, and your entire cabinet is a joke.
There is no decency in any of your crew.

Come clean, Donald.

"We want this to come to its conclusion, we want it to come to its conclusion with integrity."

Oh by the way: America is losing patience with your daughter. We lost whatever tolerance we had for your repulsive sons ages ago.

Think of them. They'll have to live with this long after you've croaked of aortic disaster. Or brainrot.

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