Trump To Pelosi: “You Must Have Been Something Before Electricity”

Funny story written by Dr. Billingsgate

Saturday, 19 January 2019

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BILLINGSGATE POST: Taking a line from Al Czervik, played by Rodney Dangerfield in the movie “Caddyshack,” President Trump was overheard whispering; “Hey baby, you must have been something before electricity,” as he engaged in an air kiss with the aging Nancy Pelosi as the two met in the Oval Office earlier this month. Then adding, “You're a lot of woman, you know that? Yeah, wanna make 14 dollars the hard way?”

Trump, who considers himself a master at making a deal, obviously had something other than that in mind when he made these remarks. Although most ladies Pelosi’s age would gracefully laugh these one-liners off as playful conversation starters, the House Majority Leader responded by calling for the President to be impeached.

As has been earlier reported on these pages, Nancy Pelosi has Mafia connections. In fact, she is referred to as “Bugseye” Pelosi by those in the know. Thinking it a powerful way to address their differences, she once ordered a horse’s head to be dumped on the bed of the sleeping Trumps with a note attached: “Get the message, asshole. Don’t f**k with me anymore.”

Well, as you might imagine, the two of them are not on speaking terms anymore. Not good when our government is shut down and people aren’t being paid. But on the bright side; most government jobs should be eliminated, anyway.

To quote Rodney Dangerfield telling the bemused Johnny Carson: “I get no respect. The way my luck is running, if I was a politician, I would be honest.”

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

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