Friday, August 18, 2017

Save Our Beautiful Garden Gnomes!

Trump has recently announced that in addition to Confederate statues, America must protect the garden gnomes that are rapidly disappearing throughout the country. Here are his recent tweets on the subject:

Donald J. Trump   
Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues, monuments, and garden gnomes. You...

Donald J. Trump  
...can't change history, but you can learn from it. Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Grumple Hostlepfeffer, Boingy McPookin, Grabble Hickenhopper --- who's next, Washington, Jefferson, Whisker Wamplesucker? So foolish! Also...

Donald J. Trump  
...the beauty that is being taken out of our cities, towns, parks, and in front of homes of rural riff raff, many of whom love my ass, will be greatly missed and never able to be comparably replaced!

Donald J. Trump 
Especially Gerald Yowzapimples!



Russell Gayer said...

Yep, soon we'll be a faceless country.
What about that statue of the Quaker Oats guy on your lawn? He'll be next. So sad.

Pretty soon they'll be after the fiberglass effigies of Mickey & Minnie outside Disney world.

Perry Block said...

With faces like you and I got, being faceless won't be so bad! BTW, I understand that Mickey(and Walt) were both Nazis.

Ilil Arbel said...

I think I mentioned to you that Trump is also lamenting the quick removal of pink plastic flamingos in Florida? If I did not comment on it the story is frightening and you must know it. Left-wing radicals groups, comprised of mostly retired ladies, have been systematically attacking numerous homes all over Florida and removing the pink plastic flamingos. These wild criminals are considered armed and dangerous, so if they are after your flamingo, call the police!

Perry Block said...

Yes, the Pink Flamingoes are beautiful but some people think they are "pinkos" and must go. So I'm not sure it's liberal groups that are attacking them but maybe the Alt Right. If you find Steve Bannon in your garden, shoot first and ask questions later!