The ravings of this Mad King are ours, especially in the realm of policy where even Don’s own men struggle to defend bizarre, as if, mad, ravings
and a lust for cruelty; gunning down migrants. And moats with hungry … alligators, on migrants … feeding.
US has a Mad King with a lust for cruelty scarcely imaginable; with cruel fantasies of walls and moats stocked with alligators on immigrants
((wo)men and children), feeding. Immigrants much like his own grandparents; once upon a time, aspiring, immigrants.
Immigrants much like his own cross cultural grandparents (once upon a time, aspiring, immigrants), he may, he says (because he is brave), deny
asylum. Brave is the president, he says. Brave says he — must be as well — Moscow Mitch’s, … allies.
Depending upon one’s political bent, one either believes Don bravely, or cravenly, denies asylum to (wo)men and children invaders, by him,
proximally, injured. Moscow Mitch and his Senatorial allies, wonder whether, it’s even worth — circling — the wagons.
Moscow Mitch and his Senatorial allies seem, increasingly, unnerved. As does, indeed, President Donald, as well. And albeit they’ve tried mightily,
to keep it to themselves, they wonder whether it’s really worth circling the wagons around, President Donny.
Keeping their reservations to themselves Moscow Mitch and his senatorial allies privately wonder whether it’s really worth circling wagons
around one as mercurial as President Donny. Mitch — and his allies — seem unnerved — as do Vlad — and President Don.
Even President Vladimir has become unnerved by President Donald, the Russians’, heretofore, most highly prized, asset. An American
asset, compromised; not a true, agent. But now, he’s gone rogue; now, he threatens everyone, whether Russian … or American.