Nothing gets #DerangedDonald hornier than a big ole’ popularity rally where he can stir up his followers with narcissistic outbursts while fondling himself behind the podium after getting intensely aroused by the sound of his own voice. As reported by TMZ, Trump got some shots in at the beleaguered Jussie Smollett during his hour and a half (!) of self-adulation last night. Trump referred to Jussie as a “third-rate actor”, which I guess is a step-up from Chicago prosecutor Kim Foxx calling him a “washed-up actor.” But that seems a little hypocritical on Trump’s part. Did he never watch himself on The Apprentice?
You probably don’t need a recap, but this is for those of you who practice self-care and avoid the news. Jussie Smollett was charged with faking a Trump-inspired hate crime (claiming his assailants had screamed “This is MAGA country!” at him) but all the charges against him were dropped by the Chicago State’s Attorney’s office. This infuriated a whole bunch of people including the Chicago PD, Chicago’s mayor, and, of course, POTUS.
FBI & DOJ to review the outrageous Jussie Smollett case in Chicago. It is an embarrassment to our Nation!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 28, 2019
Trump followed up on his tweet about the case last night.
Trump actually credited Smollett with coining the term, “This is MAGA Country” … and in the process referred to him as a “third rate actor.”
Then, without specifically calling out the Chicago State’s Attorneys Office for dropping all criminal charges against Smollett, he said the case was a “disgrace to our nation.”
Trump’s rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin last night was an unspoken slap at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner which was also held last night in DC. The dinner is usually a comedic affair which pokes fun at the White House. Trump is one of the first presidents to decline the invite multiple times since he took office. This is probably because, in recent years, it’s mostly devoted to shitting on him and his goon squad.
If you stop to think about it, though, maybe POTUS does have enough theatrical experience under his belt to judge Jussie’s talent. He’s been in so many award-winning films and tv projects. Take for instance – 2004’s Ghosts Can Do It starring Bo Derek! Or his many appearances at past Wrestlemanias! And who can forget his much-vaunted guest shot on NBC’s Suddenly, Susan? Laurence Olivier would bow down if he was still around!