I am not a scientist. I am not a journalist. I am not a politician. I am not a lot of things. What I am is keenly observervant. I have seen an alarming pattern emerge since January 20, 2017, that great day Dictator Trump took office. I would like to share my data, at no charge to you, because not only am I keenly observant, I am also a humanitarian.
Photo- Trump Jan 20,2017:
I’ll save you the time it might take to read the content of today’s news by summarizing the stories, and adding my own conjecture based on pieces of each headline. That way you can focus on the pictures and dates in this post, which are proof of my final analysis.
“Trump does about face on…”
The about face is referring to Trump’s private deal after meeting with lobbyists and heads of pharmaceutical companies this week. He will not negotiate better drug prices as he promised his fans in the flyover states. He will instead give the pharmaceutical industry a tax cut. By all means, the industry that can afford to give Heather Bresch (who raised the price of the lifesaving EpiPen 500%), a 670% pay raise, bringing her annual salary to $18,931,068, needs a tax cut. What the Hell, give her a tax cut too.
Photo-Trump one week later:
“A war of words erupts between Trump and …”
This is Trump laying the groundwork to start a war with Iran in order to steal their oil…as per his secret agreement with Vladimir Putin.
Photo-Trump January 30, 2017:
“Trumps blunt style may…”
This refers to Trump’s moron-level vocabulary, and lack of impulse control…he may cause World War 3. That was a guess. I can’t read any more.
Photo- Trump today:
The results of my study are obvious. I believe Trump’s skin tone is a barometer that measures the level of damage he inflicts on America. His skin is less orange these days, because he’s been busy. As he stuffs his pockets with bribes, and works on the total destruction of planet earth, his tan fades as time allotted for spray tanning is non-existent. I conclude the world is a safer and happier place when Trump is at his orangest.
February 2, 2017