Fickle, Faithless, Feckless TrumPolonius


Written by Laurie Higgins

TrumPolonius is arrogant, unreliable, petulant, exploitative, vindictive, and cowardly. Does that cover it? Oh, wait, I forgot, nasty.

When faced with the prospect of being asked questions by debate moderator Megyn Kelly, TrumPolonius stamped his angry feet and stormed out of the upcoming GOP debate. Then after reneging on this commitment, he showed the world that he is indeed the man he described himself as being: the “meanest piece of sh** in the world.”

How did he do this? In a flabbergasting exercise in arrogant, cynical exploitation, he hastily arranged a fundraiser for veterans to try to ennoble himself, buy some votes, and hurt the ratings of the televised debate. As the daughter of a 90-year-old WWII vet, I am sickened and enraged. What next? Exploit orphans and widows for fun, profit, and revenge?

While purported conservatives find fault with Marco Rubio for his past support of a flawed immigration plan and find fault with Ted Cruz for making the very same comment about New Yorkers that TrumPolonius himself made a few years ago, these same conservatives overlook TrumPolonius’ past support for abortion, including partial-birth abortion; gun control; gambling; strip clubs; tax increases; homosexuals in the military, and nationalized health care. He mocks women and the disabled. He claims to be a Christian but proudly shares that he’s never asked God for forgiveness. If he’s telling the truth about never having asked God for forgiveness, then he’s lying about being a Christian.

When he sulked off with Megyn Kelly-induced bullets of sweat dampening his gilded, furry sconce, TrumPolonius demonstrated again exactly how reliable he is. His gaseous words mean nothing.

TrumPolonius once spewed, “For many years I’ve said that if someone screws you, screw them back. When somebody hurts you, just go after them as viciously and as violently as you can.”

Well, TrumPolonius, unholy mission accomplished.


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