How Long Can Trump Keep Making Noise?

Mike Weisser
4 min readNov 21, 2022

I’m still waiting for someone, anyone, to explain to me how we elected someone so friggin’ dumb to be President of the United States. How did that happen? How could it happen?

Here’s a guy, I’m talking about Orange Sh*thead Donald Trump, who informed the world that he will not ‘partake’ in the investigation of his behavior by a Special Counsel appointed by Merrick Garland last week.

Does Trump even know what the word ‘partake’ really means? Is he even slightly aware of the fact that a Special Counsel doesn’t need his approval or his participation in order to investigate the way he behaved?

Usually when some big swinging dick becomes the subject of a DOJ investigation, he gets some lawyer to get out there and say that of course, his client will ‘cooperate’ with the efforts of a prosecutor to land the guy in jail.

But Trump isn’t just another swinging dick. He’s Donald Trump, so he’s not going to ‘partake’ of the investigation at all.

Yesterday Trump showed up on video to talk to the 40 or 50 Jews who voted for him in 2020, Jewish-Americans having completely abandoned Trump after he discovered that there were some’ good people’ who supported the Nazi march through Charlottesville in 2017.

This particular group, the Republican Jewish Coalition, was founded by Trump’s asshole buddy, Sheldon Adelson, who’s no longer around to help Trump or any other Republican politician buy, steal, or otherwise glom a few votes. And as Hillary Clinton discovered in 2016, it’s not money which wins a political campaign, it’s votes.

Meanwhile, the same day that Trump-o told the Las Vegas bunch how the 2020 election was stolen from him (yes, he’s still going on and on about that one), a poll was released which asked 1,099 Republicans in Texas whom they wanted to run in 2024 on the GOP line. And Ron DeSantis garnered 43% of the responses, as opposed to 32% for Orange Sh*thead Trump. This same polling company did an 823-person survey last month which found Trump up over DeSantis by 17 points.

In other words, if Trump is beginning to fade in Texas of all places, then he’s certainly going to be fading everywhere else. And the last thing the GOP needs is a 2024 Presidential candidate who won’t ‘partake’ in a…