The On-Going Abuse of Powder
There is something happening in the White House that the American public needs to know about. It also happens at the King’s castle in Florida; known by its very foreign sounding name Mar-a-Lago. The mainstream media fails to reveal or even follow this story. Even the Alt-Right propaganda arm of the administration avoids the subject. But this site will not be involved in covering up the daily cover up of Donald J. Trump. Clearly stated, the President of the United States of America wears makeup.
When he came down his gold-plated escalator to announce that Mexicans are rapists and criminals, and oh yeah, that he was also running for president, he was wearing makeup.
When he debated all the other people on the clown bus running for President, he was wearing makeup.
When he traveled to Mexico to disrespect the president of that country by saying they discussed his infamous wall, he was wearing makeup.
Business Insider said, “Though no one knows for sure what the source is, many makeup artists and tanning experts have a pretty good guess: a bad artificial tanner.”
Are they part of the cover-up? Trump has used so much of that tanner that makeup artists must cover his bad tan lines with pounds and pounds of makeup. And the sad thing, the U.S taxpayers are picking up the tab.
The only time Agent Orange doesn’t have makeup on is early in the morning when he takes the daily Trump dump with his Samsung phone in hand to tweet up such unwise and reckless pronouncements.
It is clear, that our President is addicted to makeup, which helps him greatly with his confidence and protects him from “evil rays” that Obama is sending his way to penetrate his thin skin. Unfortunately, one of the side-effects of always wearing makeup is the sniffles. The president should talk to the Surgeon General, a real man who doesn’t wear makeup.
We need to ask Congress to get to the bottom of this. We need to see the President without makeup. Perhaps a special prosecutor can get to the bottom of all the makeup and find out what he is hiding under there. Is there a “there” there?
To quote the Scarlet Letter: “No man, for any considerable period, can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true.” We think Nathaniel Hawthorne said it best.