Trump Goes Freudian: Calls Mueller A “Preverted Shackle Maniac”

Funny story written by Dr. Billingsgate

Sunday, 27 January 2019

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BILLINGSGATE POST: If anyone believed President Trump would throw the towel in after seeing Roger Stone in shackles, they should think again.

It was earlier reported that Robert Mueller had approved of a Tomahawk Missile strike on Roger Stone in support of the 29 FBI Storm Troopers who underestimated the fire power of the beleaguered Stone. Although Stone said that there were no guns in the house, he did admit to having a deaf wife and two dogs in his residence at the time of the attack. Although prone to hyperbole, he compared the early raid on his house to a “blitzkreig.”

Initially, Mueller had requested SEAL Team 6 for this operation. Comparing Roger Stone to Osama bin Laden, Mueller called for a full scale attack on the Stone Compound. Fearing the repercussions of a failed operation similar to that of “Blackhawk Down,” he asked the Defense Department to authorize the Special Force Command to pull out all of its resources in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq to back up this mission.

As was his morning ritual, the President was watching CNN at the time of the attack.

“WTF is going on?” tweeted the most powerful man in the world. “I didn’t authorize an invasion. This is Bullsh*t.”

Later in the CNN broadcast, as the shackled Roger Stone emerged from the smouldering rubble of his Tomahawked home, Trump tweeted:

“Does that f**king Mueller get off watching shackled men doing the perp walk? He did it to Manafort, and now to Stone. The guy is a preverted shackle maniac.”

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