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Gloves Come Off: Lincoln Project Gets Personal and Mocks Trump’s Weight and Makeup

It is really really low to make fun of how someone looks, especially when it comes to things like weight, an attribute that perhaps someone has little control over – as modern medicine is beginning to tell us. It is just one of the many signals Trump sent us early, that he was a horrible human being. And we mean really early, with his long-known obsession with women/girls’ looks. “Look at that face!” And the way Trump mocks anyone else with even the slightest “imperfection.”

We know he has a thin skin when it comes to physical characteristics. At various times we have heard rumors that Trump wears shoe lifts (we had a specific picture of the shoe lifts earlier in the week), rumors that Trump wore a girdle, confirmation that Trump wears makeup, confirmation that there is something happening on top of Trump’s head – science only knows what goes into that concoction. So we know that Trump both mocks even the slightest imperfection in others while also having a very thin skin himself.

It is the perfect recipe, is it not?

From Mediaite:

The video is a satirical take on National Geographic nature videos, titled “Nationalist Geographic,” and introduces the Impotus Americanus with a video clip of Trump on the golf course, as text on the screen identifies him as a “Narcissistic Sociopath,” with a diet of “human souls,” a skin tone of “Norvell,” a manufacturer of spray tan products, and “notable for its exotic plumage” — as the video switches to a photo of Trump with his trademark swooping strawberry blonde locks disheveled by the wind.

“The ‘Trump’ is typically a ruddy orange color, not found in nature,” continues the narrator. The ad continues, saying that Trump was “once considered an alpha predator” and showing video of him with convicted creep Jeffrey Epstein. But his diet of “fast food” has led to “this elderly specimen” now “weighing somewhere over 300 pounds” — a number Trump would likely dispute….

…“Its tweeted cries of anger are meant to distract its prey from its failures as the leader of its pack,” concludes the ad. “The Impotus Americanus is considered endangered this November, due to its own incompetence and failure.”



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Jason Miciak is an attorney, author, political analyst and writer originally from Canada, with dual citizenship, living with his wife and daughter in southern Mississippi. He has an B.S. in Biology and a Minor in American History from Gonzaga University and a J.D. from the University of California. He does as little law as he can get away with while now doing full time writing for Political Flare. He also enjoys gardening, fishing, casual reading in science and dogs.


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