The word “vile” truly suits the vile Trump family
On Sunday, I came under attack for describing the Trump family as “vile”. I was told I should be “ashamed of [myself]” by someone named Charlie Roth (whose account was closed shortly after Facebook decided the account was a fake), described as being a “non-liberal” and a “f**king fascist” by an especially polite man named Paul McGowan (later lauded by his chums as some kind of Bernie Sanders flag waver) and referenced as a “supercilious pumped up over privileged arse” by a rabid motormouth called Dominique Olliver.
Ms Olliver, in a series of diatribes before I blocked her, continued: “No doubt you are a Hillary fan [untrue: I continually called for Mike Bloomberg to stand for the presidency; he could have saved us all from this mess] … You utter pleb… You are an arsehole mate!!! … Prick!” This troll and her chums did not give up. You are “the king of hate speech” one added whilst a further comment lauded Trump as “the hero of our times” and myself a “moron”. Given nothing surprises me in these odd days and that I am acclimatised to this kind of abuse on a daily basis, I could have just ignored it but I happily share why I stand by belief that the family of the President-elect are just as “vile” as him.
First, don’t forget that ‘The Donald’s’ boys like to go out killing elephants and lions and posing for photographs grinning like rabid hyenas (illustrated in seven photos below and two above). This is disgusting enough but that the billionaire has given these unelected, inexperienced moronic children positions within his transition team speaks volumes as to the toxicity of the lot of them. They belong on idiot farms rather than in charge of policies that will affect a nation of 320 million and given the President-elect’s entire tribe’s complicity in such things as his fraudulent university (for which he settled a lawsuit with a $25 million payout last week), his bankrupt businesses and his constant self-publicising media career – with the entire crew of them standing smugly by his side and raking in as much cash as they can – speaks volumes as to what they truly are.
Then there’s poor, dim Melania Trump. She struggles with speeches, did a few now notorious photoshoots and might well have not got into America entirely by legitimate means (yet her husband hectors other immigrants like they’re scum of the earth). She’s got a pretty face and sure, equally, though Ivanka Trump comes across as nice enough also, one cannot really laud her as anything but a bit of eye candy. She’s more widely liked than the rest of the clan, but aside from being a successful flogger of tatty jewellery, what is the point of her? Why on earth was this 35-year old allowed to join in with her father’s first meeting as President-elect with the leader of Japan? That she sat there elevated to a level far above her station and that her arrogant husband, Jared Kusher, a “rich bridge-and-tunnel kid [and] a man [Trump] sees as a younger version of himself”, is getting daily briefings from ‘The Donald’ shows how this crony-only clique plan to govern.
The Trumps are ghastly and they are vile. I stand by my words and the world will come to realise that never has the phrase “like father, like son” been truer. Please, America, get them gone.