Monday, June 4, 2018

fake-news Melania Trump

As of May 1, 2018, U.S. President Donald Trump had uttered 3001 false or dubious statements, according to Fact Checker as reported in the Washington Post.
In the 466 days since he took the oath of office, President Trump has made 3,001 false or misleading claims, according to The Fact Checker’s database that analyzes, categorizes and tracks every suspect statement uttered by the president.
That’s an average of nearly 6.5 claims a day.
When we first started this project for the president’s first 100 days, he averaged 4.9 claims a day. Slowly, the average number of claims has been creeping up.
Meanwhile, the whereabouts and what's-she-doings of the president's wife, Melania Trump, seem to offer up a cornucopia of fake-news potential.
[The] US first lady has not been seen in public since she went into hospital [May 10] for a procedure to treat a benign kidney condition. [She was released May 14]
True, she is due for an appearance later today, after skipping the G-7 meeting she begged off. So if a fake news story is to be constructed, it's important to start building a fake-news foundation before it's too late. Under what circumstances has the First Lady gone absent from the media for the better part of a month?

-- She had a psychotic break right there at the White House dinner table. Abruptly she stood, pointed a finger at her spouse and hollered, "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it any more" before stomping out the of the room. Fears immediately rose that the First Lady's wrath might well extend to a cross-country publicity tour ... a tell-all about what it's like to be a trophy wife to a guy who doesn't keep trophies.
-- The above scenario accentuated by an attempt to stab her husband with a MacDonald's plastic fork and accompanied the attack with the words, "Here's something for the Americans who want to make America great again!"

Grab a beer. Think of your own fake news preference and have at it. China, North Korea, Afghanistan, Syria, Yemen, trade wars .... keeping up with the "fake news" Donald Trump sees at every crossroads is impossible. It's time to take "fake news" and make "one giant leap for mankind." Out-fake-news the fake-news-maker in chief.

His wife, I'm sure you know, has already served him with divorce papers but now fears she might be thrown from some White House balcony as a form of retribution: One-upping the Fake News King is frowned upon. How about putting her in the hospital with a 'kidney' problem? Sounds good to me. Later, the no-worries kidney can prove malign and Melania can be shipped back to recuperate in native Slovenia... lots of mountains and deserted castles tucked away from Twitter and Facebook. Nice, sound-proof places in which 'kidneys' can properly heal. Sorta like this?
No, that's not Melania, but if you look closely, it kind of looks like her cousin, doesn't it? She's the one who simultaneously married three men and an aardvark because there was no law against it.

Melania Trump attended her first public engagement on Monday after more than three weeks out of the public eye.
The First Lady's appearance at the event for military families, her first public engagement since her hospitalisation for a kidney procedure last month, came after it emerged she would not accompany her husband to the G7 summit in Canada, or the Singapore meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

1 comment:

  1. Until it's recognized that these unsupportable statements are the result of an alien posing as Trumps hair we'll never get a handle on it. #shavetrumpshead