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Saturday, June 1, 2024

Is this the end of TFG?

This is the end
Beautiful friend
This is the end
My only friend, the end
Of our elaborate plans, the end
Of everything that stands, the end
No safety or surprise, the end
I'll never look into your eyes again

The DoorsThe End

I very much doubt it BUT, who knows? Also, Beautiful friend? Ahhhhh, not so much in this case.

Fuckface von Criming-Orange-Ass should be locked up ALONE in Gitmo (Guantanamo Bay detention camp), the United States military prison within the Guantánamo Bay Naval Base, also referred to as Gitmo.

Why Gitmo and not Florence Supermax? As Ten eloquently pointed out—poetic justice.
Since 2002, roughly 780 detainees have been held at the American military prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. Now, 35 remain. Of those, 12 have been charged with war crimes in the military commissions system — 10 are awaiting trial and two have been convicted. In addition, three detainees are held in indefinite law-of-war detention and are neither facing tribunal charges nor being recommended for release. And 20 are held in law-of-war detention but have been recommended for transfer with security arrangements to another country. (source)
Donald Trump’s first act on becoming a convicted criminal was to launch a raging new attack on the rule of law, laying bare the gravity of the choice awaiting America’s voters.

In one sense, Trump’s conviction on all counts in his first criminal trial affirmed the principle on which the United States is founded — that everyone is equal and that no one, not even a billionaire and former and possibly future president, enjoys impunity.

But Trump’s authoritarian outburst minutes after the guilty verdict in New York and a race by top Republicans to join his assault on the justice system underscore how threatened those bedrock values now are.
I’m all in for poetic justice. Hell’s bells, give Cheato a view, a little red button for him to buzz for his quarter hourly Cokes and a “phone” to call his best bud, Maggie Hagerman—he’ll think he’s still at Mar-a-Lago. Hire a few elderly, excessively made up and plasticized old tarts. They’ll coo at the old fraud as they strut by and the fartman will never, ever suspect.

Sure, it’s an elaborate con but, what the hell, cheaper, less fuss and expense than Florence. Am I spot on? You’re damn right I am!

Cheato has done more to destroy Democracy that all those terrorists put together. He deserves Gitmo.

Could be his end. Bast knows, none of his kids are smart or “charismatic “ enough to carry on his disgusting, treasonous legacy. Trixie (or is it Tina or Tricia? I forget) was smart enough to get through law school but hasn’t taken the bar exam yet. Possibly this is an indication that she’s intelligent enough to know that her cheap-ass father would have “hired” her to defend him. A) maybe she knew that his criming was way out of her zero experience league? B) she knew she’d never be paid AND would be blamed and vilely excoriated when they lost. C) her nascent legal rep would be utter burnt toast before she could even hang up a shingle.

So, maybe she’s not as stupid as the first three kids.

Barney? Barkley? Benny? Remains to be seen.

1 comment:

  1. I'm so glad to hear you are doing so well. Ive been wondering if you have some European health plan or something because it seems that you are not paying for any of your surgeries and follow up care and you have hod so many more than the average. Not everyone is like this. I only know people who have been refused life saving treatment even with insurance unless they come up with tens of thousands of dollars as a copay. It would be great if you could write about health care in the States. Who gets it, who doesn't, why and why not? Medicare. Is this what you have? Does it matter where you live?