Anti-Bullying maven and foreign immigrant Melania Trump placed the Presidential Medal of Freedom around the bilious neck of El-Rushbo (who is dying of terminal lung cancer) at the recent State of the Union Address. There’s no doubt that absent the disease the polarizing radio host never gets the medal; Trump needs maudlin to act. Still, it was an odd spectacle to take place at was once a fairly staid affair. Hell, for a hundred years the president mailed a letter to Congress with his take on the state of the union – no speech, no theatrics, no reality TV (or reality Telegraph for that matter.)
The New York Times assembled a few of Rush’s more toxic burps he shared on his radio show over the years to illustrate the kind of dicey person to whom Trump hands out awards. But here’s a Rush quote about smoking that was left out of the NYT piece.
“Firsthand smoke takes 50 years to kill people, if it does.” As for second-hand smoke: “That is a myth. That has been disproven at the World Health Organization and the report was suppressed. There is no fatality whatsoever. There’s no even major sickness component associated with secondhand smoke. It may irritate you, and you may not like it, but it will not make you sick, and it will not kill you.”
For Rush’s sake, let’s hope he can barter the Medal with Satan for better digs in Hell.
What’s With Bolton’s Glasses?
Swamp Creature John Bolton has some unusual issue with his fucking glasses. Does he ever let go of them? Must he continually reset them upon the bridge of his nose? Our guess is that the “Got Cum?” mustache has its own gravitational pull.
No sentient being would seriously deny that Trump lies, and then lies in a tanning booth, and then gets a spritz of orange touch-up shellac on a daily basis. He may deny it, but then we’re talking about sentient beings.
The other day this hilarious photo popped up, revealing the limits of the tanning industry’s capabilities.
Of course Trump blasted the photog as a hater and a rogue Photoshopper. But We’ve not heard his reaction yet to this photo.
Question: Is it tanned behind the Yeti pubes?