Because no patriotic American would call The United States “pathetic and weak,” there was little fear that Donald Trump’s horrifying speech to the Republican National Convention would have been plagiarized. But as I listened to Donald’s blathering swill, it came to me where I had heard his fear-mongering, apocalyptic view before. Twenty five years ago, my friend Bill Hicks described a similarly scary America, as it was being depicted on cable news … The difference was that Bill was telling a joke, whereas, Donald Trump IS a joke.
Bill Hicks said it first …
A humorous description of the pathetic and dangerous country Donald Trump calls America.
Donald Trump vs. The Flying Saucers
After describing a lawless, Mad Max America in which its residents should be afraid to walk out of doors, Trump arrogantly added that he (Donald J. Trump) was the one and only individual who could save us from an certain apocalyptic fate. That he (Donald J. Trump) would be the Law & Order candidate, who after taking the oath of office, would end all crime immediately. After an hour and a half, without offering any solutions, we’ll have to assume that he (Donald J. Trump), in his N.R.A. ass-kissing way will suggest that every American (openly) carrying a gun is the one and only, simple solution to ending crime in America.
For the Love of Guns
Arguably on of his generation’s most powerful, honest, and viciously funny social commentators, the late Bill Hicks described America’s long, and seemingly never ending, love affair with guns.