Donald Trump Announces a Terrorist's Demise by Repeatedly Calling Him a Coward
Yesterday, President Donald Trump announced the bombastic demise of ISIS terrorist leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and one of the most dangerous terrorists who used to be alive (but is no more), by repeatedly calling the terrorist a "coward." Because in and around America, we don't just best our enemies, we spit in their ashes and make a nourishing face cream. That's not a joke against Trump. It is a joke against people more upset that Trump insulted a dead terrorist instead of the actions of said terrorist.
Some things to remember:
- Terrorists are pieces of walking human trash and deserve to be mocked if not taken out of the DNA pool.
- Those who are upset Trump called a terrorist a coward can go sit in a corner and think about how badly their parents failed them. This includes celebrities I reserve the right to mock at a later time and certain publications like The Washington Post which did this:
Unreal. al-Baghdadi described as “Austere religious scholar” instead of “terrorist” in Washpo Obituary headline. https://t.co/3fTxBMInLo— Ivanka Trump (@Ivanka Trump) 1572193245.0
- Civility has a place in politics, absolutely. But trash-talking people who hate you for your way of life, and capitalized on that hate by decapitating those who lived differently than they did, is fair game. So for a president to demean a terrorist as a coward who "died like a dog" is appropriate. It's appropriate for Trump and would've been fine for Obama, Bush, Clinton or Madam Cankles had she correctly played the game of thrones.
- Muslims hate dogs. They find dogs unclean and mistreat them if not kill them outright. So Trump comparing a terrorist to a dog is an insult inside an insult. Like a cupcake with a cookie inside. Doubly delicious, double the calories.
Lastly, anyone who thinks Trump didn't write this speech needs to watch it again.