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Former president Donald Trump drew intense criticism after having dinner at his Mar-a-Lago resort with two notorious antisemites, Kanye West (aka YE) and his pal - Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes. A person familiar with the dinner said Trump was very impressed with Nick Fuentes, a leader of the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville where a white nationalist killed an anti-racism protester, and who frequently expresses grave concerns about how the U.S. population is becoming less White.

Naturally, Trump is once again claiming “I hardly knew any of ‘em.” The funny thing is, Trump never seems to know any of the nefarious monsters with whom he frequently dines, has meetings, or takes phone calls from. If that’s true, perhaps he might wanna consider not using Stephen Miller’s Rolodex when he’s looking for dinner guests to invite down to Mar-a-Lago.

Anyway, perhaps I can refresh your memory, Mr. President. Nick Fuentes was one of those “good people on both sides” you told us about who was one of the leaders of that deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville a few years back. You remember that rally don’t you? The one where those “good folks” were shouting “Jews will not replace us!” Yeah, those good folks!

Of course, Trump’s choice to meet with these cartoon villains at this stage of the game is more than just a “dog whistle” to antisemites. Hell, dogs are smarter than that, but not necessarily Trump supporters. Trump is signaling the brownshirts that “he's on their team.” The fact is, fascists are drawn to him - like moths to a big fat “orange flame.” This meeting was no accident. Invite some of the most despicable human beings on the planet to dinner, and then leak it to the press.

Now, some may argue “why shouldn't Trump invite known antisemites over for dinner? After all, the base loves it, and the Republican establishment will just shrug it off.” Well, all I can say is, it’s a damn shame Charlie Manson’s already croaked. Hell, I’m sure Trump would have found him a “fascinating” dinner guest. Why they could even have sung a few of Trump’s favorite Christmas hymns - like "Fleece Navidad” and “O’ Come All Ye Hateful.”

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