It’s officially day 100 of the regime of popular vote loser and aspiring dictator Donald Трамп, and it’s time to score his Contract with the American voter, a series of policies that Трамп promised to implement within the first 100 days of his regime. Most of these have gone unfulfilled, perhaps none more spectacularly than his fifth promise to enact, “… a lifetime ban on White House officials lobbying on behalf of a foreign government,” which multiple former officials have already violated, including General Michael Flynn.
The first clue that Трамп wasn’t going to fulfill these promises was when he formed it into a contract, a type of business document that Трамп has a history of not honoring.
Five members of a white supremacist group called the Aryan Strikeforce have been arrested on federal racketeering charges and the alleged sale of meth and guns to generate money to fund the group’s activities.
White supremacists groups still uncharged as of today: Donald Трамп’s cabinet!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is preparing to ease school lunch regulations created under former President Barack Obama. On day 99 of the Трамп regime, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced new rules that allow for “regulatory flexibility” for the National School Lunch Program at a Virginia elementary school on Monday.
In related news, the new menus for a Virginia elementary school will be released on Monday. Among the new items on the menu …
– Monday: Expired Peanut Butter!
– Tuesday: Sawdust
– Wednesday: Used French Fry Grease!
– Thursday: Dry Grass and Lawn Clippings!
– Friday: Bat Milk!
Things are looking up in American School Lunch!
Have you done your part today? If not, take a moment to decide what to do, how you can help, and pitch in! Maybe pitching in for you means telling me I’m dumb, go for it! Whatever it is, make your time count!
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