The Washington Post has made a stunning suggestion — Donald Trump deserves no presidential library.
I may record the explanation why, or you would simply look them up in Trump‘s presidential library…however, oh wait: no library!
But you in all probability know them by coronary heart: He’s evil. Republican. Orange.
But it’s simply one other instance of the nice erase. Before they used to rewrite history however that meant they needed to study it first. And studying hurts. So now they simply get rid of it.
Which saves time. You do not have to burn books in case you torch the complete library.
Of course, this concept proves that if anybody wants a library — it is Trump — as a result of no president has been so picked aside earlier than. And it continues, a month after he left workplace.
“Trump” is a phrase in the headlines of most mainstream papers day by day. Because obsessions are laborious to give up.
The library ought to actually be about them: the dying media class.
You may have a whole wing dedicated to the Russia collusion hoax…
The impeachment obsession…
And who can neglect the Kavanaugh listening to?
We may add one other complete ground simply on the threats made towards the administration and its supporters — half the nation.
Call it the Kathy Griffin annex of derangement. And one other ground simply on CNN’s media misinformation with a dunking sales space for a robotic Jim Acosta. Or get the actual one! — He may be free and he loves getting dunked on.
The level is, we are able to’t rely on the individuals we rely on now, like, say, Jim Acosta to offer the information straight and so they simply grow old, dumber and their lies stickier.
Soon, they will be saying Biden birthed these superb vaccines, in addition to these Middle East peace agreements.
Anyway, you realize the library goes be entertaining, maybe with a 3-D hologram of Trump personally supplying you with a tour.
It could possibly be the best library, ever.
And after all, there shall be books. Thousands of them. They’ll all be “The Art of the Deal,” however what did you count on?
Adapted from Greg Gutfeld’s monologue on “The Five” on February 1, 2021.