When I saw President Trump went to the Supreme Court building where Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s casket sits, I saw he was wearing a mask, and I immediately thought: how the heck is he going to spit on her casket with that darn mask on?
But it turns out he wasn’t there to spit at all. He just showed up to get booed at.
Emerging at the top of the Supreme Court steps on Thursday, President Donald Trump heard something he doesn’t often hear — at least directed toward him: booing.
“Vote him out,” crowds began chanting when Trump appeared before the flag-draped coffin containing the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week after a long bout with cancer.
With his face concealed behind a mask — another rarity for the President, who does not often wear one in public — Trump glanced over to where the crowd had gathered nearby. His wife, first lady Melania Trump, looked straight ahead.
The chants grew louder as the Trumps stood before the coffin, framed by massive Corinthian columns. After a few moments standing silently, the pair returned to their limousine and drove back to the White House. Outside the Oval Office, Trump was seen in animated conversation with top aides, including chief of staff Mark Meadows.
I suppose there are a lot of people who will take this seriously. I don’t like it, of course. But some woman who votes is sitting here watching this and thinking: “he did the right thing. He’s a good man after all.”
I think he would have scored more election points by showing up and spitting on the casket, but I guess that’s why I’m not an advisor to the president.
I knew there was some reason I am not an advisor to the president.
Anyway, after the “Tiny Dancer” Twitter video of Trump hearing the news of the old bitch’s death, someone needs to set the video of him standing at the casket to Adele’s “Hello.”
I just played the CNN clip with the sound off while listening to the Adele song, and it was one of the greatest experiences of my entire life.
The best part was when the camera panned to the fat dyke standing outside in the “Notorious RBG” t-shirt.
I literally lost it.
I comfort myself knowing that the reason he was wearing the mask is that he couldn’t keep from making this face the whole time:
If Trump posts a video of himself standing at Ginsburg’s casket with Adele’s “Hello” playing, all of the purposes of my life will have been fulfilled.