Don Rickles is perhaps one of the greatest iconic comedians in America’s side-splitting history. With his clever and quick-witted humor, he could take any average human and instantly transform them into a fly-infested pile of rotting rubbish, as the full capacity crowds he attracted roared with laughter. His brand of humor, while considered immensely hilarious and wildly entertaining to the masses who gladly coughed up the admission price, was condemned by lack of humor snubbers who labeled Rickles’ remarks as distasteful and lacking in dignity.
Fast forward to the guy who is moving America in the right direction by knocking out any half-witted pansy-ish liberal politician, or otherwise, who foolishly attempts undermining his ability to return this country to the way it should have stayed. The nation the writers always intended for it to be. That guy, of course, is the president and leader of our proud nation, Mr. Donald J. Trump. But unlike Don Rickles who was just poking harmless fun, Donald Trump means every word that shoots out of his mouth, yet the fragile, weak, and overly-sensitive snowflakes who find it necessary to dissect his every syllable, find his brand of truthful humor appalling, which is a blatant display of hypocrisy at its finest.
Years ago presidents faced challenges in their attempts at widely disseminating their messages due to a complete lack of technology, and many times the information was already stale by the time the general public had a chance to even hear about what sometimes had already happened. Enter social media.
On December 15, 1791, a newly formed America adopted the First Amendment which gave every single red, white, and blue-blooded American the right to say whatever they want to, wherever they chose to say it, or in these modern times, to key it into a Twitter post. It’s an unalienable right provided to we the people in our Bill of Rights. But some refuse to see it this way.
Because lefty crybabies break out in hives when they realize a Twitter post from Donald Trump might actually bear the truth, they cry foul before any more of their pamper-pooping cronies come to the same realization. It’s the Democrat way, and Twitter caved into their anti-Constitutional demands in yet another clearcut example of America’s right to freedom of speech being eroded by those with no concept of what the First Amendment unrequitedly states.
President Trump has chosen to resurrect a cold-case he feels of importance after the crime was apparently swept under the proverbial rug prior to the folder being shoved in a cardboard file box on a warehouse shelf. The case of the dead body of Lori Klausutis being discovered under a desk in the office of then-Congressman Joe Scarborough, reaks of a coverup.
Mrs. Morning Joe didn’t approve of our president exercising his constitutional rights and was quick to inform Twitter of her displeasure. She pleaded with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey like a scorned lover, who continually ignored her calls, obviously aware of her unreasonable request to remove the tweet. But rather than take what they knew would have been the proper approach, they turned on Trump and became combative in their efforts at keeping snowflakes from melting.
Twitter responded by taking a swing at Trump over a completely different factual tweet, perhaps as a tactic to avert attention, concerning how vote-by-mail will lead to widespread voter fraud despite the Democrat’s cry of how there is no evidence to prove Trump’s statement. But logic says the only reason for this never occurring is there has never been a presidential election determined via the USPS, which is another story altogether.
But the Scarborough Tweet remains, despite the sobbing cries of Lori Klausutis’s widower, Timothy, and Joe Scarborough. So we wait and watch. Will Twitter give in to the demands of a few or will they honor the First Amendment and let it stay?
As far as our president’s sense of humor, it’s unfortunate how people who once thought Don Rickles the funniest person alive, have forgotten what his humor was based on. He made fun of people and he was loved for it. If we can no longer laugh at ourselves, who can we laugh at?