Presidential candidate Donald Trump has moved on strongly with his anger management program, including a new line of WSP tee shirts, black on white.
Campaign directors explained that yes there is a lot of anger and it needs to be channeled for Trump, and he is willing to fork out legal funds if need be.
"Knock the crap out of them," he called out recently at a rally. "Don't worry, folks, I'll pay the legal fees."
The therapeutic value of having this politician direct ordinary voters to release their frustrations this way is enormous, according to psychiatrists across the country.
Mr. Trump went so far--this too catching psychiatric attention in the over-compensating department--as to join his supporters at a rally last night. Ended up punched and arrested.
Mr. Trump was charged with inciting riot, the standard criminal language against protesters, even when they do nothing but stand silently.
In consequence of these developments a new group has formed amongst Trump supporters which is growing by the hour.
Their uniform is a white tee shirt with black lettering emphasizing WSP, which some people means short for "wasp."
Another interpretation is: "we sucker punch.".
Mr. Trump of course is obliged to pay the legal fees for the man who sucker-punched him and got him arrested, because (his assailant said) "he felt like it."
CNN then went on to a full evening of reminders to viewers that this person not only said he felt like it back then. He also felt like doing it again--and would Mr. Trump still pay?
Mr. Trump's legal team replied of course there was no problem because Trump has barrels of money lying around in his basement for such matters.
So right away out of jail Mr. Trump at another rally went off again with, "There are many many very bad people out there, folks. So go ahead and knock the crap out of 'em. Don't worry. I'll pay the legal fees."
Additionally, Mr Trump's most intimate advisors have informed the media that another big plus out of all this has been his new clothing line, the WSP tee shirt, which is selling like blazes.
Meanwhile at his trial Mr. Trump's lawyer maintained that Mr. Trump is the unfortunate victim of protester brutality, in which his assailant believed someone was trying to impersonate him.
Some news organizations are now pursuing the story that this assailant still believes Mr. Trump is impersonating Mr. Trump, and longs to whack him again.
It is now possible, then, that at subsequent rallies Trump supporters wearing WSP t-shirts may be confused and riot amongst themselves for similar reasons.
Mr. Trump is now considering calling for donations to the legal funds side of his campaign.