Donald Trump Is Pretty Much Eric Cartman From South Park

Donald Trump Is Pretty Much Eric Cartman From South Park

You can’t turn around without seeing an article on the internet saying why Donald Trump shouldn’t be President or why he should be elected. There are a heck of a lot more saying why he shouldn’t be elected for obvious reasons, and not all of them are coming from liberals and Democrats anymore either. I want to throw one more on the pile right now. He’s a living cartoon character

You heard me. I didn’t stutter. I called him a cartoon character, and I don’t mean a good one either. I talking about the meanest, most foul cartoon character ever created. That evil little bastard – Eric Cartman from South Park! Think about it for a minute!

He’s all bluster. He’s conniving. He’s a racist and a Fascist. And I’ll be damned if most of the time he just doesn’t seem to be ad-libbing his way through stuff especially when people ask him questions, and if he gets them wrong, he just changes the answer until he gets it right or people shut up.

There’s some proof here, too. Let me just dig it out of this huge pile of conspiracy theories I have stored in the basement. Ah, here it is. Example the first: Donald Trump was asked to disavow former Grand Wizard of the KKK’s endorsement of him and other such white supremacist groups. He failed to do so immediately with some vague political excuse saying he didn’t know him or these groups or their message.

Of course uproar followed. We all know what the KKK and white supremacists stand for, even Donald Trump. He mentioned them before in 2000 when they were running for office. He knew exactly what they were about then, so I doubt he had forgotten. So, like Eric Cartman, he began to change his story. He disavowed, half-heartedly, after having done some research, but people didn’t believe him so he had to again even stronger.

Then someone else from TV again asked Donald a question, this time about abortion. However, he answered it the way the conservatives should have wanted him too, after all, if you look at the way the way they have been treating women in their states it only made sense, but no there was uproar again. Poor Donald, he screwed up again and had to walk away from what he was sure was the answer he was supposed to give.

Now we come to example the third. And Donald has gone into full on Cartman mode. He has gone all in on the bluster while trying to bring the Republican Party together saying that he may have to raise taxes on the wealthiest. Well, you know how greatly that went over with establishment Republicans. Ever watched a lead balloon fly? Of course you haven’t, unless you watch Mythbusters, but they cheated. Here we have poor old Mr. Trump, I mean Eric Cartman, having to walk back a slightly reasonable suggestion, because his own people went mad.

Maybe Donald Trump isn’t ready to be President because he has no firm policy in mind and just makes it up as he goes along, or maybe he is really just some cartoon character in disguise. That’s what I think is really going on! He’s trying to steal the Presidency for himself so he can declare a permanent end to the school year! That’s what this is really all about. Admit it Donald Trump if that IS your real name!

(P.S. I will not be attending the carnival with the chili con carne cook-off that I just got the invite for.)

Poor Richard Jr.

Poor Richard Jr.

Poor Richard Jr. is a college graduate with two degrees and more than thirty years writing experience who lives in the middle of somewhere, America. Inspired by some of the ideals and principles of the founding fathers, he wants to rejuvenate the country and bring about a more modern and equal society.