Trump imposed horrendous taxes on imports of Canadian metals the US needs because he says Canada is a “national security” threat to the USA, eh.
NORAD has failed to protect the USA from Canada. The true north is not so strong and free, thinks Donald Trump who apparently fears that Canada is coming to burn down the White House (again, he thinks?).
Dear General William Henry Harrison:
We have met the enemy and they are ours…
Do you know this quote? These are the words of an American Commodore in 1812. They were played with by Walt Kelly’s Pogo cartoon character. Trump is very old. He would remember this.
“We have met the enemy and he is us.” — Walt Kelly’s Pogo.
OMG. The child in Donald Trump has stopped fantasizing about Stormy Daniels and now he is Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry just before the White House went up in flames in 1812, eh. Dare we tell Donald Trump some of the booty lifted from that escapade is in the museum atop the Citadel in Halifax? Maybe his effing Crown is in there. It’s not far from a US/Canada secret military installation. Ha ha. And a few of those yanks are sleeping with the enemy, even marrying the enemy.
In Saskatchewan near the US border where farmers on either side are always willing to load barrels of rainwater, axes and shovels into their trucks and rush to help a neighbour put out a barn fire, the rants from the Trump White House ‘don’t amount to a bug turd’, says at least one sardonic Canadian farmer.
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Donald Trump, the US Misogynist-in-Chief who has been constantly deriding Canada’s young leader, The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, says that “Canada” burnt down the White House in 1812. Feminine Perspective is asking your opinion: should Canada Burn Down The White House AGAIN (Photo: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)
According to CNN sources, Trudeau pressed Trump on how he could justify the steel and aluminum tariffs as a “national security” issue. In response, Trump quipped to Trudeau, “Didn’t you guys burn down the White House?”, referring to the War of 1812.
Jim Acosta and Paula Newton of CNN, both likely Canuck spies incognito in the US of A like the mighty Jim Carrey of Scarberia, are the folks with the secret source on the White House marshmallow roasting. Give it a read, eh.
Not much that comes from Donald Trump is accurate, nor useful, and this is no exception.
Canada came into existence in 1867. By this time, most of the 1812 veterans of the 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue marshmallow roast had gone on to meet the mighty Gitche Manitou. These Scotch-whisky swilling red-coated firebugs likely never had a chance to become Canadians in 1867, poor boys.
I have not had any untoward firesetting incidents but a crash course is available at the Canadian Beaver Institute of Fine Tradition – “White House Trashing 101”.
SURVEY: Donald Trump begs the question: “Should Canada now have its turn and burn down the White House?” Complete the survey below. (Or should Canada just continue to flood the White House with its cheapest-sh*t marijuana that Trump has been smoking?)
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