On the 4th of July event, Donald Trump read a food menu instead of a speech about the American Revolution. He blamed the error on the rain and the teleprompter. True, it was raining, and the teleprompter may have shorted out, his bone spurs could have kicked in, had Hillary on his mind, again, and the mashed potatoes sounded finger-licking good, topped with yummy brown gravy, and did he mention, it was raining?
Kamala Harris, running for Trump’s job, announced a $100B plan for black homeownership.
During his July 4th event, it's a good thing someone didn’t program the teleprompter with advertisements for woman’s hygiene products, or Depends for men, or hormone injections given for hair regrowth. Though such products would help to make America great again, it would have been a little embarrassing.
Cabinet members: Are you guys keeping the 25th Amendment hidden in Davy Jones Locker?
Kamala Harris, thrilled by her poll numbers, announced reducing her building plan for black homeownership to $50B.
Observers have pointed out that the audience behind Trump didn’t seem to notice, question, or raise a brow while Trump misread his speech. Were they movable props or could they have been filmed months before and photoshopped behind Trump? How could they have remained clueless as the speech reader was reading his speech?
Kamala Harris, even more, confident in her future success, lowered her building plans for black homeownership to $25B.
It is reasonable to believe that while the cabinet is ignoring the troubling absence of Trump’s skills, the Pennsylvania Buzzer Company will not. The Buzzer Company, which has been around since the American Revolution, (and well before the Wright brothers flew) decided to track Trump during his speaking engagements, (including the helicopter sound-bites) and each time Mr. Trump says a word the Buzzer Company calculates he cannot spell, they will sound one of their buzzers. Sort of like the Gong Show.
And if he objects? Okay, he has to try to spell the word.
Kamala Harris cancels $25B building plan for black homeownership.
The reason? In Beverly Hills, $25B could buy one house.
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