I’m starting to weary of the endless Trump-bashing by people who delight in his every misstep, like the plagiarism of his wife in her speech. (Yes, I’ve been guilty of that., too!) But it’s becoming extreme, and the aims are not political, as they should be, but often sheer mean-spiritedness. Granted that Donald doesn’t seem to have an empathic bone in his body—every gene he has is dedicated to self-promotion—but it’s too much to make something like this, which is all over Facebook.
Really, must people be snarky about his marriages? I am just so confident that Trump will lose that I see stuff like this as overkill, and as Schadenfreude, which is never a good emotion. Trump is going to lose the election, and if any reader feels otherwise I’ll be willing to bet them some dosh, as I’ve bet Lou Jost. My money is on Hillary.
Nevertheless, I’ll put up one satirical post, which, unlike the meme above, does make a valid political point. It’s a report by CBS News that Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has received some, well, treatment. Someone built a 6-inch wall around his star, put “Keep out” signs on it, and topped it with razor wire:
Of course my question is this: Why does he have a star in the first place?