For Donald Trump, claiming he’s the “most transparent president ever,” would be like saying you’re honest while stealing from a charity.
It’d be like saying you’re a great businessman and writing a book called “Art of the Deal” during a decade of losing over a billion dollars.
It’d be like saying, “I’m the least racist person ever” while building a racist vanity project to keep out brown people.”
It’d be like attacking a Congresswoman for antisemitism after you’ve retweeted Nazis.
It’d be like complaining about undocumented workers after you’ve hired undocumented workers.
It’d be like attacking Democrats for sexual scandals after you’ve paid women to keep quiet about your diddling them.
It’d be like complaining about antisemitism after you’ve called for a ban on Muslims, called someone “Pocahontas,” accused Black Lives Matter of being thugs, referred to nations where brown people come from as “shithole countries,” called Mexicans “rapists” and “murderers,” accused black women of being dumb, said a judge is unfit because he’s of Mexican lineage, referred to immigrants as “animals,” engaged in birtherism, or praised Nazis.
It’d be like saying you’ll only hire the best people then hiring your daughter, your son-in-law, Betsy Devos, Ben Carson, Rick Perry, Omarosa, William Barr, Jeff Sessions, Sean Spicer, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Stephen Miller, Steve Bannon, etc.
It’d be like saying, “I know more than the generals” while believing there are invisible airplanes.
It’d be like claiming you’re a great negotiator then after receiving an offer, negotiating yourself down to receiving nothing.
It’s like giving your opponents nicknames like “Crooked Hillary” and “Lyin’ Ted” then telling over 10,000 lies.
It’d be like saying you love America and you’re a patriot while ignoring that Russia meddled in our last election and is planning to do it again in the next one.
It’d be like saying, “I’ll own the shutdown,” then later saying, “They did it.”
It’d be like saying, “No one understands science more than I do” while believing noise from windmills causes cancer.
It’d be like complaining that Facebook’s bans on racists are a threat to the First Amendment while declaring there should be laws restricting a free press.
It’d be like complaining about “fake news” while retweeting conspiracy theories.
It’d be like saying you’re a “young and vibrant man” while looking like THAT.
It’d be like making fun of someone else’s hair while wearing a bleached mongoose on your head.
It’d be like questioning if Obama was born in the United States while lying where your father was born.
It’d be like complaining about someone not releasing their college transcripts while hiding your college transcripts.
It’d be like complaining about someone staging a hate crime after you’ve encouraged your rally attendants to assault black people.
It’d be like saying, “no one respects women more than I do” while grabbing them by the pussy.
It’d be like complaining about Antifa when your supporters are mailing bombs to Democrats and journalists.
It’d be like saying, “No one’s more presidential than I am” while you’re dry humping a flag.
It’d be like “writing” a book when you’re illiterate.
It’d be like saying you support our troops after you’ve said a POW is not a war hero and feuded with Gold Star families.
It’d like accusing Joe Biden of being creepy after you’ve stated that if you two weren’t related, you’d be dating your daughter.
It’d be like accusing Democrats of colluding with Russia after you invited Russians into your campaign headquarters.
It’d be like claiming you’re a family man after you had three divorces and children from three different women.
It’d be like saying you don’t support Nazis after you hired Stephen Miller.
Yeah, it’d be like that.
What kind of person would want to be part of something that disparages, slanders, and disrespects Dear Leader and his sycophantic followers? Hopefully, you.
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