The Washington Post fact-checker, as of August, has documented 4,229 false or misleading statements by Donald Trump. That’s a daily rate of 7.6. The President’s denials of his knowledge about the hush money paid to Stormy Daniels triggered a different way of understanding Trump’s mendacity: Not just misleading. Not merely false. A lie. Statistically speaking, we should not believe anything Trump says.
With that in mind, here are the themes, schemes, memes, and falemes abstracted from AZBlueMeanie’s Illustrated Gnus.
- “Take it from me, Brett is a fine person.” See? 7.6 per day.
- Justice silenced by the GOPlins.
- Trump’s rally: Indelible is the laughter - again.
- Surely we’ve figured it out by now - Sen. Jeff Fake.
- Kavanaugh to Democrats: tu mortuorum cibum. (Google Translator will help you out here.)
- A new devil’s triangle: GOP Congress, GOP President, GOP Supreme Court.
- Lady Liberty moves forward with a sword.
- Donnie and Kim - kiss and tell.
- What made Trump: tax evasion, fraud, lies, and Fred.
- The presidential alert you got on your cell phone said no action is required. That is a lie. Remember who sent that to you. Remember in November.
Remember my announcement of a new kind of laugh?
… my nomination for a new kind of humor.
noun and verb
“Mark and Brett Kavan-aughed at Ford’s predicament”
Here is a bonus to elicit some Mournday Mourning Kavan-aughter. The Daily Beast has the video of Randy Rainbow doing Kavanaugh.