I wonder which one of the five stages of grief this goes under? Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance? Oh, wait, this is Donald Trump we’re talking about. So mourning the loss of a sibling, whom he claims was his “best friend” his one remaining brother, in fact, by doing a review of TV news networks, is not out of line.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 16, 2020
Trump would know what’s on TV on weekend afternoons, because that’s all he does during “executive time” in the Oval TV Room. I mean, what else is he going to do? Those briefs are boring, not enough pictures, and the pictures they do have, don’t have bright colors, and they got mad the last time he drew on a map with his sharpie, so whaddya expect him to do? Huh?
“Plus, “Fair & Balanced” means they kiss my ass like they’re supposed to. What’s up with Fox these days, anyway?”
“And Robert should have waited until after the election to die, doncha think? How rude. He wasn’t thinking about me at all. What’s wrong with him?”
the five stages of grief:
5. anger at Fox News
— Jeff Tiedrich (@itsJeffTiedrich) August 16, 2020
6. Lost Presidency
7. Arrest by Brown & Black Police
8. Being dragged, screaming from the White House on TV
10. Prison & permanent humiliation.
11. America will be built back better by all of us working together.
— The House Of Aurora (@TeaOfAurora) August 16, 2020
Some people show concern by golfing
Some people grieve by golfing
Some people battle a pandemic by golfing
Some people address a failing economy by golfing
Some people fail as a leader by golfing#trumpvirus #TrumpLiesAmericansDie #trumpdoesntcare
— Reality Daily (@RealityDaily) August 16, 2020
— James R. Thompson🇺🇸 (@JamesRThompson2) August 16, 2020
Hey if you’re the television president, what else are you going to do besides review TV networks? I mean, really.