All Was Quite on the Western Wing

In a Houdini caliber escape, D Trump broke free from his official straight jacket on Saturday, running straight for the Twitter-phone, (not unlike the Bat-phone), and before guards could wrestle it away had shot out a rapid fire assault on reality. 

What were the tweets sent by the little man at the big desk?

All of Saturday was damage control: deflect, and use innuendo to add credibility to the incredible. 

Sean Spicer issued a tweet: 

—notice the use of politically motivated, rather than- determining Russian collusion. Tricky Sean, but obvious.

Principal deputy press secretary Sarah Sanders tried to inflate this hot air balloon without the aid of an air pump, or evidence by stating:

“If this happened. If this is accurate, this is the biggest overreach and the biggest scandal,” 

I’m paraphrasing the next question, but it was essentially:

What the f^ck is he talking about?

Sanders said: “I think he is going off of information that he’s seen that has led him to believe that this is a very real potential.”


On Sunday Spicer tweeted: 

But, but, but…

Then the silence was deafening…

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