Math. How do it work?

My guess is that Comrade Stupid’s prep work for his Korean Summit consisted of watching a M.A.S.H. marathon, and you know, most of those actors are still alive…

“We have thousands of people who have asked for that — thousands and thousands of people,” Trump said. “So many people asked when I was on the campaign. I would say, ‘Wait a minute, I don’t have any relationship.’ But they said, ‘When you can, president, we’d love our son to be brought back home — you know, the remains.”

This tweet flickered past the other night, and I thought it was funny because (duh) it couldn’t have happened. But Comrade Stupid (and there’s yet ANOTHER example of how he earns that title) lied and so now the LATimes is fact checking it:

Wrote, The Week, “Let’s do the math. Say an American solider was 18 when he was sent to North Korea in the war’s final year, 1953 — he would have been 80 in 2015; if his parents had given birth to him when they were 18, they would have been 98 in 2015. More realistically, the parents would have been well over 100.”

So, you know, the chance that this happened multiple times is exactly zero.

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14 Responses to Math. How do it work?

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    ‘Twer the haints! That’s who he heard.

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  2. Karla says:

    Trumps have never been good at math.

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    • Bruce388 says:

      My first thought was that explains the bankruptcies, but no, they’re just goddam crooks.

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    • MDavis says:

      That the Howard Stern interview thing? [checks] Yep, not watching it again, that was creepy. Daddy’s little minions are all trained to jump and bark yes whenever he claps his widdle hands, so when they come up with the wrong answer it’s kind of funny, but when he comes up with a different wrong answer and they expose this training by laughing and saying, ‘yes you’re right’ … it’s just creepy af.

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  3. Nangleator says:

    Obviously, it’s an illegal alien plot… thousands of Mexicans posing as 105-year-old grieving parents so they can get their hands on some of that glorious ancient bones windfall…

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  4. RWW says:

    Andrew Jackson actually worked really hard to prevent the Korean War.

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  5. YellowDog says:

    Lies don’t matter. There is no truth. There is only Zuul Trump.

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  6. roket says:

    Vietnamese…Korean….they all look alike to the Don. Whatev’s.

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  7. Redhand says:

    To illustrate just how utterly ignorant and completely full of shit Dotard is with this lie please note that recovery of US soldiers’ remains in the North is something that has gone on for years. Note this WaPo Article, Korean War hero’s remains, recovered from North, to be buried in Arlington published on 04/10/2013.

    The remains of an Army officer who received the Medal of Honor for heroism in the Korean War will be brought to Arlington National Cemetery next week for burial with full military honors, the Defense Department said Wednesday.

    The remains of Lt. Col. Don C. Faith Jr., who assumed command of an encircled unit after his commander was lost in fierce fighting at the Chosin Reservoir, were recovered in 2004 with assistance from North Korea and positively identified by military forensic officials who used DNA and other evidence, officials said. [My emphasis]

    I get he didn’t even know it; and even if he did, he’s spin it as a “first.”

    You can’t get any lower that this POS. Seriously.

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  8. Redhand says:

    Above, “I get” shoulda been “I guess.” and “he’d spin it as a ‘first'”.

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  9. Retiredeng says:

    I am a Vietnam veteran and now 72 this month. Even if dumbass was thinking about that last Asian war my parents and aunts and uncles in that generation are all dead except two. That’s two out of 22. And they are 90 and 95 now.

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  10. osirisopto says:

    Habitual lying is a symptom of small dick syndrome isn’t it?

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