The Supreme Court Rules In An Emergency Session That Trump Has A Brain The Size of a Flea's Dick

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 24 June 2022

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Trump pointing to the spot where his little bitty brain is.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - (Satire News) - Chief Justice John Roberts called an emergency session of the Supreme Court.

Roberts is extremely shocked and concerned at what is coming out at The Senate Condemnatory Hearing on The Evil Terroristic Assault of Jan.6.

He noted that GOP witness after GOP witness has given sworn testimony that Donald Jonathan Erasmus Trump was so fucking obsessed with power that he lied, and lied, and lied about anything that was liable.

He said that hurricanes do not really exist. He pointed out that molten lava from erupting volcanoes is really not that hot, and he even said that next to Ann Coulter, Marjorie Taylor Greene is the nicest, sweetest, sexiest woman he has ever seen.

So having heard that, Chief Justice John Roberts had no choice but to convene the Supreme Court so that they could vote on whether Trump has become bat shit crazy or not.

And when the vote was tallied, the result showed that out of the 9 US justices, every one (all 9) agreed that Trump is indeed playing with a deck of cards that is about 29 cards short.

SIDENOTE: The 9 Supreme Court judges all agreed that Trump has shown that his brain has shrunk down to the size of a flea's penis. And as a result they are going to insist that the predatorial racist be institutionalized as a safety precaution for the American people and even for his mean evil self.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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