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Donald Trump: Greatest Living American Writer

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President Donald Trump is an American literary giant, with a well-honed style unparalleled in American letters.

Take his carefully observed and complete word picture from Thursday: “I heard poorly rated Morning Joe speaks badly of me (don’t watch anymore). Then how come Low IQ Crazy Mika, along with Psycho Joe, came to Mar-a-Lago 3 nights in a row around New Year’s Eve, and insisted on joining me. She was bleeding badly from a face-lift. I said no!”

This piece has every element of good writing. I felt like I was there at Mar-a-Lago on New Year’s Eve looking at the face-lift. It grabbed me. It’s dynamic. With four sentences, Trump punctures the vanity of a celebrity couple desperately trying to get in the door, and caps it with a fitting conclusion: “I said no!” The story begins on the TV show, winds through a vivid flashback, and wraps up nicely as a morality play. This is an Aesop Fable for the Botox generation.

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Trump writes pitch-perfect editorial cartoons. He sets the scene, richly defines the characters, adds vibrant details, and creates a resonant image revealing deeper meaning:

Trump is a wordsmith of the highest order. His voice is unmistakably his own. He often works late at night or in the wee hours of the morning, like all the greats do. His opponents are reduced to Jungian archetypes colored by their own central failing or hypocrisy (Charles Dickens and Roald Dahl come to mind as influences). Trump, meanwhile, is the clear-eyed protaganist navigating his way through an eccentric and hostile world with his ethics intact. His detachment from the haters and losers around him gives his voice an effortless authority, like Kurt Vonnegut’s omniscient narrators but in the first person instead of the third. How can the critics say he’s rude and vile when, in fact, he’s the perennial Everyman of his stories?

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Like most great artists, Trump lacks esteem from the cocktail crowd in his own lifetime. His haters, however, are terrible writers. Here’s Hillary Clinton (or, rather, Hillary Clinton’s team): “People in covfefe houses shouldn’t throw covfefe.”

That doesn’t even make any sense. It’s a play on “people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones,” but “glass houses” and “stones” are two different objects, so why is “covfefe” used twice? The whole sentence reeks of self-satisfaction but means nothing. What point is she, or rather her team, trying to get across? Fortunately, Don Jr. was there to workshop her:

The anti-Trump collective writes ugly sentences filled with fallacies and propped up on the crutch of easy sentimentality. Senator Murphy:

False equivalence, bro.

Incomplete sentences. Didactic. You can’t begin a sentence with “Not sure” without undermining trust.

Murphy again: “Pick up your phone. Call your Senator. Tweet them. Write them. Do it now.”

“Senator” is singular and “them” is plural.

She starts a sentence with “But.” She ruins the flow with “Let’s be clear.” Why wouldn’t we be clear? Why not just be clear in the sentence without the idiotic lead-in? Who is “Let’s”? Is she referring to me, as well? I’m always clear.

The whole thing hinges on an analogy joke but it’s not funny.

This is called the “passive voice.” It is clumsy and boring. “A bill that is opposed by…” would never lead off a sentence on this website.

Here she does it again: “This loving and hard-working family is what keeps me in this fight. Watch their story.” You can’t have “is what” in the middle. There’s no reason for it and it ruins the flow of the sentence. Also, she presupposes that we already know what “this fight” means. I actually follow politics and I have no Earthly clue what Elizabeth Warren is fighting for.

Again with the “let me be clear.” What a raging load of self-congratulatory tripe.

Raincoats matter. Ice hockey matters. The Wright Brothers mattered.

French already lost me with “It’s ridiculous to even have to make this argument, but here it is.” Oh wow. Here it is. Thanks, man. That’s the kind of salesmanship that almost got him to a formal presidential announcement.

So…many…fallacies. Such…abominable…sentences. Totally…terrible…writing.

Trump’s smarty-pants critics are terrible writers. Trump, on the other hand, breaks news (Trump Tower was surveilled), shares memes (Chuck Schumer having a beer with Putin), and influences the hearts and minds of millions.

How many papers reviewed Jonathan Franzen’s latest book? Tony Kushner’s latest play? David Lynch’s latest film?

All Donald Trump has to do is throw down a “covfefe” and the state of Georgia passes a law banning the word on license plates. How’s that for relevance?

Laugh all you want. BUT LET’S BE CLEAR. It’s ridiculous to even have to make this argument, but here goes: President Donald Trump is the greatest living American writer.

Show some respect.

 

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Trump Administration Posits That Transgender ‘Girls’ are Male, Triggering LGBT Advocates

The Trump administration is striking back against LGBT insanity.

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The Trump administration, led by Attorney General William Barr, is pushing back against LGBT insanity that is causing young girls to lose scholarship opportunities by competing against biological males in school sporting events.

The Department of Justice issued a legal document on Tuesday in Hartford, Conn. The document pertains to a case filed by the pro-Christian legal organization Alliance Defending Freedom, who are representing high school girls on the receiving end of alleged discrimination by school officials allowing birth men to participate in their sporting events.

The feds allege that the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) is violating Title IX in how the agency interprets gender identity.

“Under CIAC’s interpretation of Title IX, however, schools may not account for the real physiological differences between men and women. Instead, schools must have certain biological males — namely, those who publicly identify as female — compete against biological females,” Barr and his team wrote about the case.

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“In so doing, CIAC deprives those women of the single-sex athletic competitions that are one of the marquee accomplishments of Title IX,” they added.

High school seniors Selina Soule of Glastonbury, Conn., and Chelsea Mitchell of Canton, Conn. filed the lawsuit along with co-plaintiff Alanna Smith, a sophomore at Danbury High School, last year in order to push back against transgender insanity.

“What Plaintiffs alleged — and what is true — is that due to physiological differences, female athletes cannot beat ‘comparably talented and trained’ males,” ADF attorney Christiana Holcomb said about the case.

Far-left special interest groups like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) are up in arms about the Trump administration’s embrace of common sense and rejection of LGBT dogma. ACLU attorney Chase Strangio made a strange allusion to coronavirus while whining about the administration’s behavior in a Twitter post.

“This is what the Attorney General is prioritizing while 12 people died last night from COVID-19 related complications at the hospital near my house. When we let the gov’t police our bodies like this, they will always leave “undesirable” bodies to die,” Strangio worte.

Strangio is representing the boys who claim they are girls and is adamant about their “right” to deprive biological women of their ability to receive scholarships opportunities in sports.

“Our clients are two high school seniors who are just trying to enjoy their final track season of high school and who now have to contend with the federal government arguing against their right to equal educational opportunities,” Strangio said to the AP.

“History will look back on these anti-trans attacks with deep regret and shame. In the meantime we will continue to fight for the rights of all girls to participate in the sports they love,” he added.

Big League Politics will continue to cover this case as it makes its way through the courts as well as other perverse and abusive actions related to the satanic LGBT agenda.

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