This week’s theme that promptly will be ignored by the mango-hued shitgibbon is “Made in America,” in which Russia will get a chance to inspect the goods from all 50 states. You know, to see what they bought when they bought the election.
This week will include at least two events tied to the “Made in America” theme, including a “product showcase,” in which American-made products from all 50 states will be brought to the White House. On Wednesday, the president will issue a proclamation on the importance of making products in America, White House spokeswoman Helen Aguirre Ferre said Sunday.
A proclamation? Wow, he’s really going deep on this one. I wonder if Stephen ‘American Carnage’ Miller will write glowingly of grifting and guns, our biggest growth industries under the 4th Reich.
And then some excellent shade is cast:
Ferre declined to say whether the president would use the week to push his daughter Ivanka Trump to manufacture products from her fashion line in the United States instead of overseas. “We’ll get back to you on that,” she said. Many of the president’s own branded products are made overseas as well.
Presumably they can find tangible things from Jeebusland to feature, like moonshine, lead bullets, and KKK robes, but I’m only guessing.