V.I. POO:  New product becomes symbol of Anti-Trump movement!

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Monday, 20 February 2017


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The major news networks are reporting today that a new product introduced to the market last fall has become a symbol of the anti Trump movement! The product is V. I. Poo. Parent company, Air Wick states in it's publicity, "The time has come to change the way we face embarrassing bathroom odors!" The product comes in a small container and can be carried in a pocket or purse. It's  notoriety came when a White House reporter put one on his desk before press secretary, Sean Spicer, entered the room before a briefing.

 According to those present, Sean Spicer took the podium and said sharply, "OK. Who's the wise guy that has the president's after shave lotion on? When he saw the container of V. I. Poo, he threw the podium at the reporter and stormed from the room. Two days later each desk in the briefing room had a container of the deodorant with the exception of the reporter from Fox News. Spicer was escorted from the room by an aide and cancelled "all future briefings until further notice!"

 As word of the incidents spread, anti Trump demonstrations across the Country including demonstrators at Trump rallies have sprayed the air with the product and chanted..."No more bull shit!  No more potty mouth!"

Officials at  Air Wick, the parent company of V. I. Poo, have issued a statement saying, "We are not responsible for this use of our product nor do we agree with it's implied statement regarding our president or his staff. On the other hand, it is...what it is."

In related news, an anonymous source has reported that tens of  thousands of containers of V. I. Poo have arrived at the White House in the past several days both by mail and thrown over the fence surrounding the grounds. Evidently, the president has ordered that they be sold, for a profit, on the Trump web site.

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