Monday, August 01, 2016

Hey Donny Junior? Don't Come For Obama Unless He Sends For You

As proof that the Stupid Apple doesn’t fall from the Stupid Tree … and when it does fall, it hits every Stupid Branch on the way down before it lands in a pile of other Stupid Apples called [t]Rumps, Little Donny [t]Rump Jr. has leveled a charge of plagiarism at the Democratic National Convention.

Oh, but it’s nothing like his Stepmother, Melania’s, blatant stealing from Michelle Obama that he’s crying about. No, Little Donny says he was plagiarized by none other than President Barack Obama!

Little Donny said, at the RNC:
“There’s so much work to do. We will not accept the current state of our country because it’s too hard to change. That’s not the America I know."
Well, at the DNC Barack Obama said:
“And that is not the America I know.”
All that caused Little Donny to take to Twitter, which is the place where Stupid Apples show off their stupidity, to say:
“I’m honored that POTUS would plagiarize a line from my speech last week. Where’s the outrage?”
Obviously it’s stupid.

George W. Bush used the exact phrase in a post-9/11 speech, oddly enough referring to the anti-Muslim sentiment that began growing in this country after the attack.

And, in the weeks before Little Donny Junior opened his yap at the Republican National Clusterf**k, another person used that same line at memorial for the slain Dallas police officers, and that man was … yup … President Barack Obama.


Luckily, because Stupid Apples like to share their stupidity on social media, Little Donny’s accusation was quickly scuttled by one Kyle Griffin on Twitter … because taking on a [t]Rumps is easier than falling out of a Stupid Apple Tree.
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10 comments:

the dogs' mother said...

ak, really?!! sheesh.

anne marie in philly said...

every single one of those stupid crybaby ignorant rumps suck!

mistress maddie said...

Poor losers and just getting nervous you ask me. Pretty early to be grasping at straws. I used to think I like Ivanka, but she has even put blinders on. The only one to have sense is Ivana, who I met several times. She luckily escaped this dysenteric man and fled the country!!!! Shame about her children though.

Dave R said...

It turns out that phrase, "that's the American I know," is used quite frequently by many politicians.

krayolakris said...

Ugh, every time I see their mouths spewing the hate, I immediately think Lamprey Eel. Google it...look at the eel's mouth. Read the description. See?

Helen Lashbrook said...

I expect the majority of Americans have said at one time or another either 'that's the America I know' or that's not the America I know'. A phrase like that is in common usage and cannot be considered plagiarism, any more than quoting 'to be or not to be' without referencing Shakespeare!

Fearsome Beard said...

Head shakes...

Raybeard said...

Looking for a 'silver lining', perhaps his Papi's latest (evidence-less) pronouncement that the November election will be 'rigged' might make enough of the Trumpeters and (fewer) Trumpettes think "Oh, so why bother!"

Professor Chaos said...

The President used the words "and, the & if." All those words have previously been used in my blog. I'm suing!

Ron said...

Donny, Jr. Is he not the big game hunter? I guess that activity has been put on hold until after the election.