Donald Trump Still Focused On As Comedians and Writers Continue To Lose Artistic Value

Written by Wesley Janson

Saturday, 16 February 2019

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With the days of Chevy Chase making fun of Gerald Ford on Saturday Night Live long gone (along with other famous comedy legends like Bill Hicks, Chris Farley, Richard Pryor, Sam Kinison, Rodney Dangerfield, Robin Williams, and George Carlin) unpaid 'funny' writers, and professional comedians alike, still continue to focus on Donald Trump as if he's actually that interesting and worth all of their attention.

The members of Monty Python aside (courtesy of British Humor and the fact that some of them are still alive), professional comedians, Onion Writers, bloggers, and TV Hosts continue to hurl all of their artistic energy on a man who will eventually be replaced by another president.

"Yeah, it's kind of funny, but he will eventually be replaced by another president who they will make fun of down the road," local Wisconsin resident, Wes Jacobs, told reporters.

Mourning the days of Gene Wilder's brilliant acting in Young Frankenstein as well as movies like The Naked Gun and Airplane (the first one and not the sequel) Mr. Jacobs continued to lament the 'old days' when people seemed to be more humorous and artistic, while currently admiring Matt Stone and Trey Parker's creative work with South Park.

Realizing, however, that discussing politics actually makes people extremely aggravated, Mr. Jacobs backed down and decided to switch the subject by talking about 'Jesus' instead.

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

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