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Byron Shire
August 3, 2021

Will Trump win the next election?

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We have a problem: Donald Trump might win the next election.

Solution: Instead of shaming Trump out of office – which doesn’t work, the skin is much too thick – let’s fame him out by honouring him as the first man to walk on Mars. With a ‘selfie’ of him on Mars, wrapped in a Stars and Stripes flag and a military-grade weapon of mass destruction slung over his shoulder to control the natives, any woman, or non-white who dares to challenge him. Then his earthbound devotees would go so wild with joy they would all queue up for the next flight to join their master. There would be no time to fight the next election. Problem solved.


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2 COMMENTS

  1. Not our planet to give away mate. Either is this one.. tenants!

    It’s time the humans that created the problem take responsibility for it & remove him peacefully from the position of Psychopath in the White house & the genocidal brotherhood sabotaging their own country, their own people, sacrificing them for his own self serving nutterism.
    Let them clean up their own mess. They blew their constitution to shreds at the impeachment trial. Perfect opportunity to remove the maniacal disinfectant snuffling hate pusher.
    The US is almost unrecognisable. Would be in a very different situation had they done their jobs.

    Love & blessings

  2. trump has become an international embarrassment, hopefully americans value their future global reputation, and make the necessary changes in november!

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