Biden Caught with Hand in Cookie Jar (RR)


by OPOVV, ©2019

Photo credit: Life-Of-Pix at Pixabay, used by License

(Oct. 7, 2019) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to go for those who want to know. Hello, I’m your friendly and popular Roving Reporter (RR), and I conduct street interviews right here on our corner, under the awning, across the street from the railroad depot in one of the outlying bedroom communities of our city. And here’s a shout-out to Miss Walker’s Social Studies class and Mr. Clark’s American Government class, which use our transcripts as a Current Events teaching aid. What do you say we get started after this quick commercial?”

It Ain’t Nobody’s Business” (2:25)

“And we’re back with Joe, a lawyer heading off to work. So tell us, Joe, what’s you pet peeve of the day, if you wouldn’t mind telling the audience?”

“Mind? Not one bit and I’m glad I’ve the opportunity to make my thoughts known. Ever since Trump came on the scene it’s been Trump-bashing 24-7, and I for one am sick of it. And you know what the crazy part of the whole thing is?”

“Well, yes, I’ve some ideas but how about telling us yours?”

“They don’t have a clue what they’re talking about. They missed out on the protests of the ‘60’s and now they’re making up for it by acting just as stupid.”

“So you think the anti-war protests were a waste of time?”

“Look, Roving, you either fight a war to win or you get out: we weren’t fighting to win because a bunch of swampers envisioned a future where China would contribute huge amounts of money to corrupt politicians and bureaucrats to dump goods made by slave labor onto our shelves of the big retailers.”

“No way. Do you honestly think there was anyone with that much foresight?”

“My minor in college was Macro Politics, Roving. While Pelosi and Schiff are playing national politics, Trump is on the world stage. It’s like comparing a high school play to a hit on Broadway.”

“Well-said; do you have any more like that?”

“One more and I have to run: Socialism is like a fire; once the money is extinguished, it all turns to ashes. Bye.”

“Thanks for talking to us, Joe. And off he goes to catch his train. We got time for an interview before the next break? We do? Very well, care to be interviewed on ’Pulse,’ the ever-popular adult news show?”

“Wouldn’t miss it for the world. Watch you back on the farm.”

“Farm? Where is your farm?”

“Iowa, about an hour’s drive from Davenport.”

“I’m sorry, but we have to break for a commercial at this time.”

Why Me?” (3:42)

“Okay, we’re back and I’ve just been handed a note asking why I don’t interview anyone from Iowa. Fair enough. Look, if you’re so stupid to have voted for Obama or Hillary or Harris – and speaking of Harris, tell me if you honestly think there’s any such animal as an honest District Attorney – I don’t want you within ten feet of the microphone. Like our first guest, Joe, we’re sick and tired of this 24-7 Trump-bashing. Hello, and you are?”

“June from right here, born and raised. What’s the question of the day? Enjoy your show, by the way. Cat and I used to watch you, but now I read ‘Pulse’ out loud to Daffy.”

“Welcome to the show, June; glad to have you. What do you do and what’s your pet peeve of the day?”

Photo credit: StockSnap at Pixabay

“I’m a professional dog psychiatrist and my pet peeve is how utterly naïve the American public is when it comes to padding the campaign coffers of our elected representatives, like don’t they even care if someone is getting pharmaceutical money or oil money?”

“No, they don’t care, but let me ask you about your profession. How do you treat a dog that’s nuts?”

“Let me say that dogs are not nuts, but they can be made nuts by nutty people. What I do is to have the owner in the next room while I talk to the dog.”

“Is the dog lying on a couch?”

“Yes, there are special dog couches just for professional dog psychiatrists such as myself. I have them lie down and then play puppy sleeping sounds, with a background of any Elvis Presley song.”

“No way, even rock ‘n roll songs?”

“Any Elvis, but Hard Headed Woman (1:56) seems to relax them the most; don’t ask me why.”

“Are you for real or are you pulling our legs?”

“I beg your pardon? I’ll have you know I went to college for my degree and then I had to do my residence training at an animal shelter right here in the big city.”

“Okay, okay; where did you go to school?”

Northwestern, and my degree was in education.”

“And you voted for Trump?”

“And proud of it.”

“So let me ask you this: what percentage of the students at Northwestern are Republican?”

“I don’t think there are any, not now. When I was there, thirty years ago, there was a few, but we’re long gone. You know, don’t you, the Deep State has been with us for decades and they are very well-entrenched and connected. Trump has to get rid of every judge who was appointed by Obama, and that’s just for starters. And this is my train, so if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be on my way to work. Bye.”

“Bye. And with that, on behalf of the crew, I’ll be wishing you all a goodnight, but not before I say that this whistleblower* nonsense, the Russian collusion hoax, and this Trump impeachment insanity is really getting me ticked off, and it must affect you, too. And while I’m on my soapbox, let me say that I never liked Mitt Romney or Nancy Pelosi, a couple of back-stabbers if you ever saw one. And speaking of Pelosi, I’d like to see the IRS do a public audit on her, wouldn’t you? By the way, for those of us who are fed up with Facebook, there’s a new kid in town: Check it out. Goodnight.

“Good show. Burger time; my treat.”

[*whistleblower: the bottom line is that Biden got caught with his hand in the cookie jar and, rather than pursue the message, the fake news is going after the messenger. They can spin it nine ways to Sunday, but there’s a lot more going on than with just Biden and his son, and the Deep State will do anything to prevent the news from becoming mainstream so even a Democrat in Iowa or Minnesota will learn that their party is nothing but a three-card-monty scam of the American people.]

Edelweiss” (2:54) (“Bless my homeland forever.”)


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