Trump Just Said He Admires Justice Antonin Scalia Because He Liked To Get Busy In The Bedroom
Ummm…sometimes I don’t even know what to say.
Donald Trump is holding a ceremony at the White House on Friday to honor multiple prominent American figures by bestowing them with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Seven people will receive the nation’s highest civilian award, including philanthropist Miriam Adelson, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), former jurist Alan Page, and Hall-of-Fame Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach.
The award will also be posthumously given to Rock n Roll star Elvis Presley, baseball legend Babe Ruth, and former Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia.
When introducing Scalia’s award, Trump remarked how him and his wife had nine children. Trump then quipped that the Scalia’s were “very busy” and that Trump commended him for that.
Twitter was shocked:
If I’d known I was going to hear Trump joking around about Justice and Mrs. Scalia being busy in the bedroom, I would have left the car radio off. #triggerwarningplease
— Alafair Burke (@alafairburke) November 16, 2018
Did trump just make a joke about how much sex scalia and his wife were having? Is it possible to bleach a brain?
— Sam (@Vballkid77) November 16, 2018
Trump makes a tacky comment in a Medal of Honor ceremony. Imagine that, bringing attention to himself with a shock value comment. He takes every opportunity. #BottomlessPitOfNeed
— MizEeyore (@mizeeyore) November 16, 2018
Does Trump know that for most people, the number of kids they have isn't proportionate to how much sex they have or nah?
— Stone-Cold Local Milk Hen (@g0t_86d) November 16, 2018
The hatred I have for 45 is so unchristian of me! Of which I'm so ashamed!
— MI SUNSHINE (@MISUNSHINE01) November 16, 2018
Trump needs his presidential credentials revoked. who says things like this.. oh Damn Trump! this is pure street talk or shall i say locker room talk! geez!
— Cretia (@CreDianne1_) November 16, 2018
Trump commends Antonin Scalia for having a lot of sex pic.twitter.com/YKkgw027QA
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 16, 2018