Pick Wayne's Brain

July 13, 2019

Faker Street (A Song Parody)

Filed under: Parody — Wayne A. Schneider @ 8:58 PM

You may have heard that I’m not a big fan of Donald J. Trump. That may, in fact, be just about the nicest thing I’ve said about him over the past three years. I’ll have to watch that. The more you learn about him, the more you learn how insincere every single thing about him is.

He’s nowhere near as smart as he claims to be. That was obvious to many of us long before he stood in the pouring rain and claimed we had airports a hundred years before the first manned flight took place. He blamed that on the teleprompter going out in the rain, despite also saying that it didn’t matter that the teleprompter went out because he “knew the speech so well.” And before he said, “The kidney has a very special place in the heart. It’s an incredible thing.” That may have been a veiled reference to the First Lady’s “kidney surgery.” You may have noticed how much bigger her breasts are after that. (Your tax dollars at work.) And before he talked about having a “great brain” due to his “terrific genes” (because his uncle was an MIT Professor who really understood the power of “the nuclear.”) No, not only is he not MENSA material (I’m a former member), he’s not even sub-basement material. Don’t ask anybody who knows him today and who wants to stay in his good graces. They’ll all tell you he’s a financial genius, look at how much money he made (while ignoring the fact that he stiffs his vendors and workers, which he’s doing now as president to communities where he’s held rallies, including DC, to which he owes about $8 million; or the fact that he’s constantly had to renegotiate his bank loans he couldn’t repay because against the banks’ specific instructions, he sold junk bonds at stupidly high rates to finance the construction of his three casinos in the same town [where he would be competing against himself] and was unable to keep up with the interest payments on those bonds, which is how he managed to bankrupt three casinos; or that he would have made a lot more money if he had invested his inheritance in the S&P 500 and left it there, instead of spending it the way he did.) Ask the people who remember him from long ago, people who owe him nothing and who need nothing from him. They’ll tell you on which side of the bell curve the real Donald J. Trump’s IQ rings. (Hint: Not above 100. Maybe above 80. Maybe.)

He’s nowhere near as rich as he claims to be. That’s obvious from

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