MAYDAY 1582: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019

“My flip-flop, cometh: Job one is doing no hard time. It’s not looking good. Heirs to a Deep State witch hunt, have trumped up their goods

on me. I may be forced to resign to avoid prison. Everybody wins, if I lose. And that my fellow, Americans, is good.”

“It’s all good, albeit, it’s not looking too good at the moment. Still, job one remains, doing no time. It’s so unfair. I’ve done nothing wrong.

Every call. Every meeting. Everything’s been, perfect. Facing trumped up charges, I may be forced to resign in a flip-flop, swan song.”

“Facing trumped up charges I may be forced to resign. To spare the country, turmoil, I may resign. But job one remains, doing no time. Treated most unfairly, I’ve been.

Treated, like a criminal. Every call. Every meeting. Perfection. For perfection being impeached … and poorly, treated.”

“In all modesty and in all honesty my perfect efforts and the jealousies of others have led to efforts to remove — and impeach me.

To treat me like a criminal. To not be removed I have agreed to resign; and even agreed to spend more time, with my family.”

“In all modesty and in all honesty, to avoid removal, I, President Donald, have agreed to resign from the presidency; and agreed to spending with my family,

time. And that my fellow Americans, is a constitutionally, prohibited cruel and unusual punishment certifiably, maddening.”

“Spending with MY family, time. It’s a cruel and unusual punishment; maddening, really. But I’m all about self-sacrifice. In all modesty and in all honesty,

to avoid removal, I, President Don have agreed not only to resign but also to spend all my time with them, surreally.”

“My flip-flop, cometh: Job one is doing no hard time. It’s not looking good. Heirs to a Deep State witch hunt, have trumped up their goods

on me. I may be forced to resign to avoid prison. Everybody wins, if I lose. And that — my fellow, Americans — is good.”

 

 

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