MAGA Pigeons Flock To Vegas To See Trump

Funny story written by Dr. Billingsgate

Saturday, 22 February 2020

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BILLINGSGATE POST: Even the most crazed Trump supporters couldn’t believe that when Air Force One landed yesterday in Las Vegas for a giant Trump rally, that they would witness a miracle.

Speaking of miracles, the president opened the rally by inviting members of the “Miracle on Ice” U.S. Olympic hockey team on stage to mark the 40th anniversary of their victory over the Soviet Union in 1980. Commemorating this unbelievable win by the U.S. team, Trump raised his arms and pointed to the rafters of the packed auditorium. As if by magic, thousands of pigeons wearing miniature MAGA hats exploded from the sky. Even agnostic CNN reporters were taken aback by this display of pigeon loyalty.

The excitement was building hours before Trump arrived. Pigeons started lining up for the rare daytime rally as early as 3:00 AM. Hundreds in red caps were camped out in front of the Las Vegas Convention center in bird cages and sleeping bags, hoping to get a good spot to see the President. Once inside, they were rewarded.

Trump, as if transfixed by the glory he bestowed on his adoring flock, pointed to the fluttering flying rats and screamed:

“I love pigeons!”

“Who in this audience is a pigeon?” Trump said to cheers. We’re doing great.”

“With your help this November, we’re going to defeat the radical socialist Democrats, and we are going to win Nevada in a great big beautiful pigeon drop,” Trump said.

Slim: “WTF! The guy is just amazing. How does he do it?”

Dirty: “Yo, Dude. You gotta love them pigeons.”

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

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