Will Jailing Donald Trump Make America Great Again?

Funny story written by K.C. Bell

Wednesday, 26 May 2021

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Will this make America great again?

Talking heads, comedians, flight attendants, and rap writers ask whether once Donald Trump Sr. is indicted, convicted, and sent to jail for tax fraud, will that, at last, Make America Great Again?

If not, so what’s the point?

On the other hand, it would be a five-star example of the judicial system at work in the United States and may indeed Make America Greater Again. Certainly, wasn’t that always Mr. Trump’s goal when he ran for the White House?

No one is above the law, and an indictment, conviction, and jail, would achieve Trump’s goal of making America great again. It will clearly demonstrate that no one, even the incumbent of the highest office in the land, is free from the long slender arm and fingertip of justice.

So if Cliff Huxtable is doing time in jail, why not Donald Trump Sr.? Great lesson for a Civics class.

And what about the Trump kids: Junior, Ivanka, and Eric? And whatever happened to Jared Kushner? He seems to have flown the coop! Did he leave the kids holding the bag with the wall, children at the border, no Nobel Prize, and the failed re-election?

Kushner was also in charge of peace in the Middle East. More specifically, peace between Israel and the Palestinians.

Thank goodness Biden took over. Biden told Isreal and the Palestinians to cool it, and with his executive ability, COVID-19 is almost a nightmare of the past.

No more Clorox and Lysol leadership, a real President is in the White House, and that's another kind of Civics class.

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