The panel discussion was interrupted. Big Pinocchio in the White House watches television? He takes his decisions based on broadcasts? They influence his tweets, lies, waffles?
The CNN panel discussion was heating up, when Jake Tapper had to interrupt.
Not because the panel members were at each other’s throats.
Big Pinocchio had tweeted.
He’d noticed the dig in the previous program, about the Russians laughing their heads off about their visit to the Oval Office. About the Russians posting pics to proof they weren’t fibbing.
Mind: Vlad Putin had specifically asked his buddy Big Pinocchio (likely on Putin’s pay-roll) to receive two of Vlad’s Russian buddies not just in the White House, but in the Oval Office.
So Big Pinocchio capital-lettered. His tweet got shown on CNN.
Jake Tapper thanked Big Pinocchio for watching and his disruptive contribution – and got on with the panel discussion.
It shut up Big Pinocchio just fine.
No more attention-seeking, whining tweets about elections, Russia, Democrats.
So watch out: Big Pinocchio is watching everybody – on telly – to see if there are huge show-boats, large flotillas, mega-sized grand-stands up-staging him. So he can fire and terminate them all.
Anybody got a spare water-pistol?
Seems to be just the thing for Potus 45 to be trusted with at his age.
Water-pistols are also less dangerous than MOABs, or nuclear codes and keys.
So have a spare water-pistol? Please dispatch it to the White House, USA, to some Donald Trump aka Big Pinocchio.