The real grounds for immediate impeachment


You can read Stormy Daniels account of her affair with Donald Trump for the salacious details, but I don’t care about those. So, two people had sex? Like that’s news. But here’s the part that made my hair stand on end and a snarl curl my lips:

You could see the television from the little dining room table and he was watching Shark Week and he was watching a special about the U.S.S. something and it sank and it was like the worst shark attack in history. He is obsessed with sharks. Terrified of sharks. He was like, I donate to all these charities and I would never donate to any charity that helps sharks. I hope all the sharks die. He was like riveted. He was like obsessed. It’s so strange, I know.

Fuck you, Donald Trump. Fuck you until you die. And then I wish your body could be chopped into chum and fed to sharks, except you’re probably toxic and unhealthy for them to eat.

Comments

  1. rayceeya says

    Probably a documentary about the USS Indianapolis.

    But what I really want to know is why this didn’t come out before the election.

    Makes me think someone in the “Evil Lying Mainstream Media” was hiding it until now.

    Did the guy who conducted the interview vote Trump and then now a year in realize that he was as much of a POS as the rest of us knew before hand? And now he finds his conscience. I can’t bring myself to read the full transcript because the highlights are bad enough to make me want to throw up. But whoever it was who interviewed this woman was complacent in the election of this hairless orangutan.

  2. taikonotaiko says

    Is there any way we can send a lot of those giant plush sharks they sell at Ikea to the Whitehouse? (Kidding. That would be a colossal waste of money, unless an eccentric millionaire wants to do it, and even then.)

  3. Artor says

    LOL. “I donate to all these charities…” Really Donnie? Which charities do you donate to? Name names please. And it doesn’t count if you never actually cut the check, or if you “donate” someone else’s money.

  4. says

    This stuff was all known prior to the election. It was held back because of NDAs (don’t forget Access Hollywood tapes) and payoffs. National Enquirer bought one of these stories so they could spike it. All before the election. The media is trying to portray itself as a victim but it is complicit in the situation.

    Waiting for the pee tape to drop.

    Favorite popcorn recipe: garlic infused olive oil, butter, and a hint of sriracha salt.

  5. birgerjohansson says

    Rayceeya beat me to USS Indianapolis. I had heard of it a decade before it came up in conversation in the film “Jaws”. Nasty business, but scavengers will scavenge.

    I think we are more scared of sharks than of lions and jackals because we do not see them approach, and even if we know they are there, we cannot fight them off with a rifle.
    They represent unconquered nature.
    I am reminded of how the Brits loathed Afghanistan and other guerrilla war sites because their ordinary, road-tested way of bulldozing brown peoples did not work.
    If something does not cooperate in your attempts to kill it, it must be inherently evil.

  6. birgerjohansson says

    Maybe we can use a female shark with a rainbow symbol as a logo for anti-Trump activism?

  7. a_ray_in_dilbert_space says

    Tronald Dump: “I hope all the sharks die.”

    Wow, whatever happened to professional courtesy?

  8. robro says

    birgerjohansson @ #7 — That reference to the USS Indianapolis in Jaws is credited with prompting a history project by a 6th grader, Hunter Scott, which lead to a Congressional investigation and the exoneration of the ship’s captain, Charles McVay. That was in 2000, long after McVay’s suicide in 1968 due to his guilt…some the families of those who died did some pretty horrible things to him.

    a_ray_in_dilbert_space @ #9 — It’s a shark eat shark world. There is no professional courtesy between sharks.

  9. howdini says

    “I donate to all these charities”

    He lies without even thinking about it. It’s as natural to him as breathing.

  10. UnknownEric the Apostate says

    Now I hope that San Jose wins the Stanley Cup and their mascot goes along with them to the traditional White House visit.

  11. bachfiend says

    Australians get paranoid about shark attacks. Whenever there’s one, there are demands for shark culls. It has been noted that many more people drown off Australian beaches in a weekend than are attacked by sharks in a year.

    Personally, I’m not worried about sharks. Ever since I saw ‘Jaws’ I came to a mutual agreement with sharks. I don’t go swimming in their ocean, and they don’t go walking on my footpaths.

  12. emergence says

    I’m pretty sure I heard that a lot of the stuff on Shark Week is heavily embellished and sometimes fabricated. At this point, it’s less about actually teaching people about sharks and more about sensationalistic fear-mongering.

  13. robro says

    emergence @ #16 — I’m confident that “sensationalistic fear-mongering” accurately describes almost everything on television because that gets the eyeballs which sells the advert$$.

  14. gijoel says

    And yet this is how I imagine he’ll die. After he has failed Rupert Murdoch for the last time.

  15. blf says

    So will the taxidermists(?) please troll hair furor and name the next shark species [Something] trumpscaredi

  16. emergence says

    robro @17

    At least Blue Planet II is debuting soon. Hopefully people can get a dose of actual marine biology.

    blf @19

    It’s “taxonomists”. Also, wasn’t there a species of caterpillar named after Trump because it looked like his hair?

  17. lucifersbike says

    emergence@20
    Blue Planet II has already started in the UK. It isn’t marine biology. It has been edited to death to tell a dramatic story. It has a musical soundtrack. I watched it for about 5 minutes before hurling the remote control across the room. I imagine the Beeb is chasing ratings at home to justify the licence fee, and sales abroad to bolster its income in the face of competition and political pressure from the insane right-wingers in the Tory Party so it feels it has to make appealing films with lots of drama and cute animals. They might as well have asked Disney to make a documentary about an orphan deer. It pisses me off, and I’m just a lay person with an academic background in the humanities who is interested in maths and science.

  18. aziraphale says

    lucifersbike @21, the remote has an “off” button. Hurling it just means you have to go and fetch it.

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