Local Moron Honored

Preznint Shithole speaks!

Another week, another honor for Nobel-nominated Comrade Stupid!

Finland wants to create a Mt. Rushmore-like sculpture of him, and is raising the money to do so! $500M, um, Finnos (we’ll go with that)! Wow, they must really like him!

Wait, what’s that?

“A Finnish climate group is raising $500,000 to carve President Trump’s face into an arctic iceberg.

“In an attempt to prove global warming exists, a Finnish group called Melting Ice wants to carve a 115-foot ice sculpture of Trump’s face into a glacier for an effort they call “Project Trumpmore.”

They want to watch him melt as an object-lesson on global climate change.

How about we send Stupid to them and the just set him adrift on an iceberg? Bet we could raise $500M Ameros in an afternoon for that!

 

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10 Responses to Local Moron Honored

  1. E.A. Blair says:

    How about freezing him into the iceberg? Then, when they thaw him out and revive him in a few hundred years, they can show him that his presidensity was deleted from the record books.

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  4. Pyed says:

    If Trump were Inuit, we’d have set him adrift already.

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    • purplehead says:

      Trouble is, there ain’t no ice floes.

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      • tengrain says:

        Oh, Hell. Are you sure Purplehead?—-TG

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      • purplehead says:

        Oh, TG, I was being alarmist. Well, only sorta:

        …The change is not just to the overall extent of floating Arctic sea ice (which has been greatly reduced). The ice is also thinner and less long-lived, and it rarely remains frozen throughout the summer and into the next winter.

        In 2017, “multiyear ice,” which is older and lasts through the summer melt season, made up just 21 percent of total Arctic ice, Osborne said. In 1985, it was 45 percent….

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