by Professor Zorkophsky, ©2020

(Nov. 28, 2020) — “Joseph Joseph” (3:21)

“Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to ‘The Pulse of the Nation,’ the place to hear it here first. With us today is a Dem who is willing to explain why he is so out of touch with reality.”

“Who said I’m out of touch with reality?”

“You did, or weren’t you paying attention?”

“I never said I was out of touch with reality.”

“Oh, yes, you did, when you said there wasn’t any voting fraud.”

“Prove it.”

“Okay, how do you explain Joe Frazer voting in Pennsylvania?”

“So? Maybe he moved.”

“No, he didn’t move. He was registered in New Jersey.”

“Maybe he forgot or something. Hey, what’s the big deal? After all, he was only one vote.”

“It is a big deal because he died nine years ago, that’s why. Dead people can’t vote, or maybe you didn’t know that. If that’s the case, how about every American who died in the Revolutionary War vote for Trump, because they sure as heck wouldn’t have voted for the Biden-Harris Socialist ticket.”

“You don’t know that.”

“And let’s have all those who died in the cause of freedom during World War II vote for Trump, the arch-enemy of Fascism and anti-Semitism, both causes that Biden-Harris hold dear.”

“You don’t know that.”

“Look, I know you voted for Obama, Hillary and Biden and never learned a darn thing in the last four years, three of which you wasted your time believing in the Russian Collusion Hoax. Don’t you think that there’s enough evidence out there to show that you’ve been brainwashed into believing a bunch of lies? What, you think Adam Shift and Pelosi have ever been truthful? Get real. Ever hear anything about Hunter Biden’s laptop?”

“That’s been debunked.”

“Look, at some time you’re going to have to think for yourself and it would go a lot easier for you if you would at least realize that JFK’s Democratic Party died the day he did. Can you do that?”

“My parents were Democrats.”

“So? Some fathers backed Mussolini in 1925 but that doesn’t mean their kids felt the same way.”

“Trump is bad and that’s all there is to it.”

“Give me one example where Trump’s presidency hurt anybody; just give me one example, just one.”

“He made our country energy-independent, is what he did, so now the Middle East doesn’t get the money to exploit terrorism like it used to.”

“Anything else?”

“There’s been a sharp decline in expensive auto sales around our nation’s capital since the kickbacks from China have declined.”

“How about another one?”

“He hasn’t once apologized for the USA on anything, is what, plus he supports Israel. At least Biden-Harris said they’d move our embassy back to Tel Aviv.”

“So you don’t agree with anything Trump did or said, is that it?”

“We need to open our borders and have a lot more rapes, murders and pedophilia, especially in the sex-slave trade aspect of it.”


“Because Trump wants the wall and to stop all the crime committed by the ‘guest workers,’ that’s why.”

“But that doesn’t make any sense.”

“It’s not supposed to make sense.”

“There’s a line in one of Tolkien’s books.”

“Who’s Tolkien?”

JRR Tolkien, Wikimedia Commons, public domain

“He’s the author of The Hobbit and the Ring books.”


“You never read ‘The Hobbit’?”

“I saw the movie.”

“Let’s take a commercial break.”

La Vie en rose” (2:52)

“Anyway, at one point one of the characters says if they don’t fight for freedom there won’t be any home to go back to, which is the point where we’re at now in our country, in the United States of America: our Constitution is under attack, or haven’t you a clue?”

“Obviously I haven’t a clue because I don’t know what you’re talking about.”

“Then I’ll try and make it as clear as I can: the Constitution is under attack and their first salvo is aimed at the Second Amendment, so once we’re made defenseless we’re no longer able to protect our freedom of speech and once they shut us up it’s all over for us. Now do you understand?

“So? Why should I care?”

“If you don’t care about yourself, at least give a thought about those who died so you can’t care or those who might care in the future.”

“Sorry; no can do. I can’t be bothered by facts and reading books; I mean, why would I want to read a book when I can see the movie?”

“Did you ever go to college?”

“I went to Northwestern and have a degree in Journalism.”

“Maybe that explains it.”

“Explains what?”

“There’s no sense explaining it because you just wouldn’t understand, but what really ticks me off is your stupidity is endangering my country. This racist group, BLM, is hurting more than helping, just as the fascist mob, ANTIFA, is acting like the very thing they say they’re against. It’s convoluted by design, opposite by plan, and confusing by those who want to do us in and I, for one, am sick of it. I’m tired of the Trump-bashing and had it up to here with the fake news and those who, like you, think you’re protesting when there’s no need. I see we’ve run out of time and so I’ll be wishing our audience goodnight: Goodnight.


“Good show except for the not-so-good parts. Not to be rude, but I don’t invite Dems for a burger; everybody else: my treat.”

Venus in Blue Jeans” (2:16)

Professor Zorkophsky  

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