Democrats are Furious Trump Continues to Lie Without Being a Democrat
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Democrats on Capitol Hill are up in arms over President Trumps frequent lies, saying that Trump must stop lying immediately
because he's a Republican.
"How DARE he lie?! He's not a Democrat!" said a spokesperson for Nancy Pelosi. "He's trying to mimic us, and it's
"A person is not allowed to lie unless they support abortion and big government," added a spokesperson for Chuck Schumer. "Trump knows that.
Not only should he apologize, he and his entire administration should resign immediately and let us take over."
Mazie Hirono agreed by making a series of personal attacks on random Republicans that bore no relation to reality.
Many in the Main-stream Media and Academia also agree.
"When Democrats lie, it's beautiful," said a misty-eyed spokesperson for the New York Times. "‘If you like your healthcare plan, you
can keep it’...‘I didn't have sex with that woman’...‘Mitt Romney didn't pay taxes for 10 years’...‘The evidence
was pretty clear that there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians.’ Those lies were inspiring and uplifting," he said, wiping
away a nostalgic tear. "They advanced a Democratic political agenda, so they're perfectly acceptable. Trump's lies don't do that, so they
violate all rules of common decency."
When asked about this, a Georgetown professor also concurred. "Republicans need to remember that when someone is advancing a Liberal
agenda, that legitimizes many behaviors that would otherwise be out-of-bounds," the Professor said. "That's why Liberal college
administrators are allowed to discriminate against Asian students during admissions, limit the free speech of conservatives on campus,
and deal in anti-white or anti-male stereotypes. Just like lying, these otherwise prohibited actions become acceptable when supporting the Left."
The professor went further, saying that by lying like a Democrat, Trump was actually guilty of cultural appropriation.
- The Satirized Evening Post
May 8, 2019
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