This is totally out of bounds

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“A long reptile which has jaws that are capable of considerable extension.”

“Has a venomous bite.”

“A treacherous or deceitful person.”

“Cold-blooded.”

This is the definition of a snake. Snakes have been written about, sung about, and told about throughout time. They have been used in symbolic ways. There is something inherently fascinating about the snake. They are so quiet yet can be so deadly. They’re not all poisonous, but many are. But they are all sneaky. From the Asp to the Black Mamba, snakes seemingly lurk everywhere.

But there are human snakes as well. The most noxious one of all is Donald Trump. We were fortunate when we won in 2020. We put in the work and saw the results.

Donald Trump is sick. There can be little doubt of that. He is an evil, murderous fool, and though his power has been yanked from him, still, some in the media continue their odious behavior, propping up a fake, a coward.

These media outlets are doing severe damage, and we must let them know it. Today’s loser award goes, without a doubt, to the Wall Street Journal.

The Journal chose to publish an open letter written by the king of snakes, Trump himself. Why they did that is easy to understand — viewer readership. How many clicks do you suppose they received? How much wealthier did some of the executives get?

And we cannot let this stand. I urge all of you to let the Journal know what they did was wrong and should never do it again. This letter was incoherent, and I will not quote from any of it here. But it should never have been published in the first place. If we do not speak out, it could happen again.


We all know Trump’s mythical “snake story” that he told over and over was about himself. He was the snake. Not enough people listened. Not enough people saw the danger. Let’s make sure everyone sees it now. Denounce what the Wall Street Journal did — and tell them never to do it again.

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