When Donald Trump says something you think is stupid or a lie, you simply don’t recognize superior intellect.
You don’t realize he is kidding you or just being sarcastic.
So when he said people should inject themselves with bleach to kill the coronavirus, you actually took him seriously.
Obviously, no person as sane and intelligent as Donald Trump would really mean you should use bleach internally.
Trump’s followers all knew it was a sly joke that they understood, while you “Never Trumpers” were too dense to get it.
If you people had the brains to pay attention, you would know that Trump has a long history of making statements that sound like lies or idiocy, but really are clever bits of sarcasm his high IQ followers understand.
Here are just a few examples:
1. His marriage vows. Donald Trump knows more about marriage vows than anyone. His wives, Ivana, Marla, and Melania knew he was kidding with that nonsensical “. . . I, Donald Trump, take thee [whomever], to be my wife, and before God and these witnesses I promise to be a faithful and true husband for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and health, ’til death do us part.”
Even Donald Trump’s childrens laughed about that one. “Really, daddy, the Democrats, Hillary and your wives believed the ‘faithful and true’ . . . ’til death do us part‘ line?? They can’t be serious. Hahaha.”
His followers, especially the very religious evangelicals, know not to pay any attention to those “before God” words, which are meaningless, in addition to being humorous.
2. “Mexico will pay for the wall.” A real knee-slapper. Donald Trump knows more about walls than anyone, but all of President Trump’s followers knew it was sarcasm. They voted for him because they love a good laugh.
Even the Mexicans howled (with laughter), while your liberal heads exploded.
3. Injecting bleach to kill the virus. Donald Trump knows more about bleach than anyone. “I see the disinfectant where it knocks [the virus] out [from a surface] in a minute, one minute, and is there a way we can do something like that [by] injection inside or almost a cleaning, because you see it gets on the lungs and it does a tremendous number.”
President Trump kept looking at Dr. Deborah Birx, who demonstrated her total, but subtle, understanding of the joke by remaining stone-faced.
4. “Belgium is a beautiful city.“ Donald Trump knows more about Belgium than anyone. This is just one of the thousands of what you call “Dumb Donald” statements, which are cleverly designed to demonstrate how stupid you are for thinking he really meant them.
He knows better than you and anyone else in the world that Belgium is not a city, but a waffle.
5. “The vaccine is coming along well, and in speaking to the doctors we think this is something that we can develop fairly rapidly. It’s a little like the regular flu that we have flu shots for. And we’ll essentially have a flu shot for this in a fairly quick manner. Whatever happens, we’re totally prepared.”
Nobody knows more about vaccines than Donald Trump.
Only a fool like you could believe that President Trump meant we actually are totally prepared. Because of his high IQ and jolly sense of humor, Trump has invented his own language. When he says “totally,” he really means “not at all.”
His followers understand, enjoy, and often use Trump-language, as in when they say, “Donald Trump is totally trustworthy.”
6. “I just think this (pandemic) is something … that you can never really think is going to happen.” President Trump’s highly intelligent followers knew that (non-citizen) Obama’s (useless) national security council created a 69-page book falsely titled something like, “How to fight pandemics.”
Without even reading it, President Trump in his brilliance immediately knew it was a misleading, fake-news, Chinese hoax, so he rightly paid no attention to it and joked about it. Nobody knows more about pandemics than Donald Trump.
In the same vein, President Trump cracked several other jokes that Democrats fell for and made complete fools of themselves as their heads exploded. For example:
–“I’ve always known this is a real – this is a pandemic. I felt it was a pandemic long before it was called a pandemic. I’ve always viewed it as very serious.”
–“Within a couple of days [the number of positive cases is] going to be down to close to zero.”
–“It’s going to disappear. One day it’s like a miracle – it will disappear.”
–“Anybody that needs a test gets a test. We – they’re there. They have the tests. And the tests are beautiful.”
–“You can call it a germ, you can call it a flu, you can call it a virus, you know you can call it many different names. I’m not sure anybody even knows what it is.”
–I don’t know anything about” (canceling the National Security Council’s pandemic response unit in 2018.) OK, he knew about it. There’s a video to prove it. And Dr. Anthony Fauci said,“It would be nice if the office was still there.” But that is the mystical brilliance, and hysterical humor of the President’s sarcasm: Denying the obvious. (Remember how funny Baghdad Bob was?)
Certainly, no sane person would seriously make those comments, and because President Trump is known worldwide as a stable genius, the most stable of all geniuses in history, it should have been obvious, even to the Democrats that this was all sarcasm.
I can assure you that President Trump’s followers understood the jokes, and further, they know that virtually everything true either is a Chinese hoax or Fake News.
Of course, that never happened. Everyone knows that. But President Trump actually didn’t say “votes.” The White House has issued a statement saying that he either said “notes,” “boats,” “totes” “coats,” or “goats.”
Until the promised clarification comes next week, we suspect he said “goats,” — a million fraudulent goats. Once again, the fake news media doesn’t get it, but loyal supporters do.
No one knows more about fraudulent goats than Donald Trump.
8. “Windmill noise causes cancer.” Sure, those are the words he used, but as always, you don’t understand what he really said. And I’m not going to try to explain it to you, because you aren’t smart enough to see the real meaning.
Anyway, many people have said it. Many. Very many.
9. “We’re not paying for the tariffs; China is paying foer the tariffs, for the 100th time.” It was such clever sarcasm that he said it 100 times, It always got a big laugh, especially from people who understand trade and economics.
No one knows more about tariffs than Donald Trump.
Sure, there will be some lefty spoilsports who will tell you those tariffs are paid by American buyers, not by Chinese sellers, but they don’t understand the famous “Trump zigzag” that made him billions.
When the facts zig, he zags to confuse the opposition. And it works. Look how confused everyone was. Way too smart for you people who rely too much on facts.
10. “Sharpiegate.” President Trump told us what the meteorologists didn’t know: That Alabama was in serious danger from Hurricane Dorian.
When the fake news scientists said that wasn’t true, President Trump proved them wrong by displaying a map showing it was both true and sarcasm, neither of which you people understood.
Because you are so dense, he had to make the same claim for 11 consecutive days , and even then you didn’t get it.
Some of you falsely claimed the line was made by a black Sharpie, which couldn’t have been true, because the President didn’t own a black Sharpie. So there.
Even so, Donald Trump knows more about using Sharpies on maps than anyone.
11. “They heard a whistleblower who came out with a false story — you know, people say, ‘Oh, it was always fairly close.’ It wasn’t close at all. What the whistleblower said bore no relationship to what the call was.”
Clearly it was sarcasm, that was too clever for you, because not only did witnesses verify the whistleblowers story, but the White House released a text of the conversation, that also supported the whistleblower.
The call was perfect, and no one knows more about perfect calls than Donald Trump.
This shows how clever, subtle, and intricate the President’s sarcasm was, because it directly contradicted proven facts.
Fortunately, Trump’s brilliant followers and 100% of the GOP understood the sarcasm, while the Democrats, in their ignorance, treaturously resorted to evidence.
12. Wisely reversing three decades of progress for consumers and the environment, the Trump Department of Energy cleverly proposed creating a new class of dishwashers that wouldn’t be subject to any water or energy efficiency standards at all.
Here is President Trump’s sarcastic comment, that Democrats didn’t understand, but you certainly must:
“Dishwashers — we did the dishwasher, right? You press it — remember the dishwasher, you’d press it, boom, there’d be like an explosion, five minutes later you open it up, the steam pours out, the dishes. Now, you press it 12 times. Women tell me.
“Again, you know, they give you four drops of water. And they’re in places where there’s so much water, they don’t know what to do with it. So we just came out with a reg on dishwashers — we’re going back to you.
“By the way, by the time they press it 10 times, you spend more on water — and electric! Don’t forget. The whole thing is worse because you’re spending all that money on electric. So we’re bringing back standards that are great.”
Now if that wasn’t sarcasm, I don’t know what sarcasm is. You probably thought it was a bunch of psychotic gobbledygook from a mentally deranged incompetent. But that’s your fault.
You may even think President Trump is a proven psychopath. But, you probably didn’t understand his sarcasm. Trump supporters and the GOP do. Really funny sarcasm, too. If you still don’t get it, ask one of your Republican friends to explain it to you.
Believe me, no one knows as much about dishwasher explosions and water as Donald Trump.
And finally, we’ll end with this, because there simply are too many to go further:
13. Jared, and Ivanka, and R2D2, oops, excuse me, DJTJ. If you don’t find the humor and sarcasm in an inexperienced President appointing his three, inexperienced children to powerful positions in running the government of the most powerful nation in history, you simply have no sense of humor.
And no, he did not appoint them only because they are the only three people on the planet who, after leaving the White House, will not write an unflattering “tell-all” book.
By the way, whatever happened to Ivanka? Well, anyway . . .
These three inexperienced children have excellent, excellent, excellent attributes that I won’t mention, because you wouldn’t understand — attributes that make them the obvious and superior choices for political power vs. anyone else who may not be smarter or less experienced.
No one knows more about inexperience than President Trump.
At this point, you might believe that President Trump is a rookie at sarcasm, but in truth, he has great experience at fooling the fake media. Here are 5,276 sarcastic triumphs from yesteryear.
Clearly, President Trump is the world champion at sarcasm, though only his followers and White House apologists are smart enough to get it.
The rest of you confused souls call it “lying” or “stupidity,” which is impossible because President Trump is the most honest, most intelligent man ever to be in the Oval Office (and that even includes some of the cleaning ladies).
Donald Trump never has been known to lie or to say anything stupid, and if he ever did, the GOP, Fox News, Breitbart News, and the honest people he hired around him would immediately correct him.
Now that is what is known as “sarcasm.”
But the following, isn’t.
Rodger Malcolm Mitchell
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THE SOLE PURPOSE OF GOVERNMENT IS TO IMPROVE AND PROTECT THE LIVES OF THE PEOPLE.
The most important problems in economics involve:
- Monetary Sovereignty describes money creation and destruction.
- Gap Psychology describes the common desire to distance oneself from those “below” in any socio-economic ranking, and to come nearer those “above.” The socio-economic distance is referred to as “The Gap.”
Wide Gaps negatively affect poverty, health and longevity, education, housing, law and crime, war, leadership, ownership, bigotry, supply and demand, taxation, GDP, international relations, scientific advancement, the environment, human motivation and well-being, and virtually every other issue in economics.
Implementation of Monetary Sovereignty and The Ten Steps To Prosperity can grow the economy and narrow the Gaps:
Ten Steps To Prosperity:
3. Provide a monthly economic bonus to every man, woman and child in America (similar to social security for all)
The Ten Steps will grow the economy and narrow the income/wealth/power Gap between the rich and the rest.