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March 11, 2016 / Posted by:

The poor dog who was forced to pledge his allegiance to Jabba the Trump.  

This is more of a sympathy HSOTD, because there’s a thousand reasons for why I feel for that pooch, but the two biggest ones are: 1. That dog has to watch as a giant, barbecued pig ear talks and he can’t nibble on that trick. 2. That dog would probably only pledge allegiance on its own to a presidential candidate if the presidential candidate was a humongous hump toy that spit out an endless supply of bacon. Where was animal control when a dog friend in need really needed those hos?

Like he’s done at other rallies, Donald Trump told his followers at a rally in Orlando, FL on Monday to raise their hands into the air and pledge their devotion to their popped hemorrhoid leader. Telling his followers to raise their arms into the air and vow to vote for him is a really good way to distance himself from all those Hitler comparisons. A dog in the front row, who was dragged to that mess by his human, probably shared his thoughts about that pledge by squeezing out a fart. But that dog’s human wasn’t going to let him get away with not raising a paw for Trump. Doggie’s human raised his paw for him as he threw a level 10, “Heeeeeeeelp me,” look.

CNN (via NYDN), being the serious news organization that it is, devoted an entire segment to this when they really should’ve been contacting the ASPCA over this abuse instead.

But the thing is, the joke is on Trump and that human, because I don’t know if they knew this or not, but dogs can’t vote.

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