Pardon, Could You Repeat That?

Li’l Buddy Eric Trump designed this part of the wall?

Hey guys, Hair Füror is denying a WaPo story  that  says he has told his assorted minions and orcs that he would pardon them if they’re convicted of breaking any laws to complete several hundred miles of his Tortilla Curtain—you know, the one that Mexico was gonna pay for—before the exciting conclusion of the 2020 Goat Rodeo.

Per the WaPo, The Chosen One has:

  • “directed aides to fast-track billions of dollars’ worth of construction contracts, aggressively seize private land and disregard environmental rules.”
  • “told worried subordinates that he will pardon them of any potential wrongdoing should they have to break laws to get the barriers built quickly.”
  • “waved off worries about contracting procedures and the use of eminent domain, saying ‘take the land,’” according to officials who sat in on the meetings.

Now, you may ask yourself, “is it a big deal for the Prznint to order illegal activities?”  Why yes! Yes it is!

And you may ask yourself, “is a president’s power to pardon absolute?” Why yes! Yes it is!

And that is why Abuse of Power is recognized as an impeachable offense.

And here’s the wink-wink denial of the WaPo story (Twitter as always):

If Prznint Stupid offers pardons to encourage his worried subordinates to break federal laws to fulfill his failed campaign promises, will he encourage others —including foreign adversaries—to break campaign laws to help him win re-election?

Why yes! Yes he would!

Come’on Democrats: he’s conspiring in the open to commit crimes. What more do you need? #ITMFA!

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8 Responses to Pardon, Could You Repeat That?

  1. E.A. Blair says:

    Rather than “minions and orcs” I prefer the word “catchfart”. I found it while browsing the OED, and it means “lackey or follower, so-called from walking behind the master.”

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  2. w3ski4me says:

    Let me try and add this up. He has a third of the Country not believing any news that doesn’t come from him directly. He even has his outside the network way (twitter) to communicate with his catchfarts. He has mobbed-up his side to believe they’re actually under attack by the news and the left.
    If I see this right, If we throw him in the nuttery, his catchfarts will riot, and if he lasts long enough to lose the 2020s’ they won’t believe that either? I don’t see a happy ending here.
    In the time of our first Civil War, what was the percentage that fought for the South?
    I refuse to live “fearfully” but I don’t see a good way back to Truth, Justice, and Peaceful living.
    It’s getting a little dark out there for all the bedsheets in the way.

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  3. Scottie says:

    Hello TG. He may be able to pardon for federal crimes, which I doubt the DOJ would prosecute, but he can not stop state prosecutions nor pardon state convictions. I think Texas would have an issue with him taking private land illegally , even this president. But maybe not, just how deep does the cult of tRump go? Hugs

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  4. roket says:


    “[The FAKE news said] that I didn’t think the Wall on the Southern Border was that important to stop Illegals wanting to come into our Country. WRONG, vitally important. Will make a BIG impact. So bad!

    I couldn’t help but notice that he didn’t deny breaking any and all laws to get what he wants. ‘Vitally important’ sounds kind of like an excuse to, as a matter of fact. Concerning TX, from what I understand the issue of eminent domain along the border will involve mostly farmers and public lands. It will be interesting to watch Farmers and Environmentalist joining forces to combat a common enemy.

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  5. revzafod says:

    “…a Fake Interview on Pardons for Aids on the Wall,…”? True, after all. If they get AIDS on the wall, a pardon wouldn’t help. Of course, he didn’t deny that he’d pardon his aides.

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