Bye, Bye, Donald And Hello Joe

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Tuesday, 24 November 2020

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"I'm just great!"

There is light at the end of the tunnel; distant, but a light, at last! The light's name is Joe Biden, soon to be sworn in as President Joseph Biden. Forget the Junior. Guy’s with white hair should not use a tag name like Junior, regardless of Dad’s superiority, generosity, stories, quotes, and kindness.

Nice to have a neat looking guy in the Oval Office again, standing in front of a microphone, greeting dignitaries, or walking to a waiting helicopter.

While the rest of the world was holding its breath to see whether the United States had gone completely mad and could re-elect an anomaly like Donald Trump, votes were counted, and re-counted, and counted again. At the same time, Trump's lawyers were kicked out of court after court while attempting to overthrow the election.

After twenty-one days, the whole world got to see what a sore loser looks like and how Democracy has a way of getting rid of and replacing an aberration, who looked more suited to being a bartender during the ’40s and not the President of the United States. Ever.

New requirements for presidential candidates: They have to pass a spelling test, a geography test, given a blank map, and they have to fill in at least 75 nations (Canada, the United States, and Mexico won’t count) they must release ten years of their tax returns, and they have to take a lie detector test.

Finally, if a guy has an illegitimate child, he’s out. Gone. History.

If a woman has an illegitimate child, she’s still a candidate, and she can skip the geography test.


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