‘Following the Trump victory and her [Hope Hicks] move into the White House, her friends and intimates talked with great concern about what kind of therapies and recuperation she would need after her tenure was finally over,’ the book states.”
I am going to write and submit a movie script titled ‘Fire And Furry’. It’s based on Rena and I starring younger versions of our cultural feud over cattle ranchers. Rena is an Fiery Aries born April 7th. and I am a Loving Libra born October 8th. She is a Witch, and I am ‘Tree Man’. We meet in Golden Gate Park. I have excessive body hair and spend most of my time in trees with my cat ‘Dog Chaser’. We end up being neighbors in Nebraska where there are few trees. We fight over trees.
Here is the crazy-ass video I made three years ago that convinced many who saw it, I was a ‘Psycho’. In it, I thank Rena for inspiring the Greatest Story Ever Told! I stuck my neck out. I was in a creative-prophetic trance. I knew I was on to something. I have surpassed, even lapped, the visions of Thomas Pynchon. As I wathed T.V. composing ‘Fire And Furry’ I am watching interviews with Michael Wolff, who may have written The Greatest Story of All Time. His ‘Fire And Fury’ may be bigger than Jesus right now. You can’t buy a copy!
Wolff claims Bannon chased Hope Hick’s around the White House, and, Ms. Hicks might be running the Office of the Presidency! I went into ‘Dream Time’. My visions of the future have now come dwell in the present. This historic story is writing itself. I have read the writing on the wall. Von Genius might have done his swan song. He used America as his personal stage – and court of law. He took his case to the American People beginning with the farmers, then he graduated to college football fans.
What I suspect, is, Hope Hicks is Donald’s Muse, his ticket to Immortality. Donald uses Hope to feel young again. He is showing off for her. He let’s her know he is all for the Hicks and Hayseeds. Then, he appear on the gridiron, doing it for the Gipper!
Here is more proof I saw the future.
Below are pics of me heading to the Cowboy Church with my neighbor who wanted to stand up and read her poem. She ran a small farm and had felons work for her while she tried to reform them. This might be the fate of Team Trump down the road apiece. We went to church in Big Blue, my 1972 Ford truck that I threatened to turn in my muses direction, and come pay Rena a visit. This might be why Deputy Dan was contacted.
“I come from real Redneck stock, and of late I have admitted I always wanted to be a cowboy. And you were my land-loven archetype who feared the sea. That you lived on the Isle of Wight with a Sailor man – blows my mind. Did Ian get you in his boat – and out to sea!
For you, my dear, I will kiss the first redneck I see. For you, I will overcome my fear of them. If he don’t break my neck, I’ll let you know how it go.
However, folks in Springfield (Springtucky) think I’m a lovable Redneck because I drive ‘The Truck’ a 1972 Ford four wheel drive with a great shell folks try to buy from me. It’s Oregon law that some guy with Grey hair has to drive ‘The Truck’. that I named ‘Big Blue’. In the bed I got a antique gas can, ice chest, a water cooler, and a real hemp rope. My grandfather, who I never met, was raised in Montana. He was a real cowboy.”
“We are fighting for our farmers … and we’re fighting for our country, and for our great American flag,” Trump said. “In every decision we make, we are honoring America’s proud farming legacy.”
President Donald Trump walked onto the field and stood with members of the military for the National Anthem at the college football national championship game Monday night in Atlanta. The President stood with his hand over his heart, singing along to parts of the anthem. The players, as is normal in college football, were not yet on the field for the anthem. The President then smiled and waved as he walked off the field. The game between the University of Georgia and the University of Alabama was at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Trump, who has criticized professional athletes for kneeling during the National Anthem, appeared in good spirits on the field Monday — and then after the anthem, he left to take his seat for the game. Hours earlier, in a Nashville speech, Trump again criticized athletes who kneel during the anthem to protest police brutality.
The new book ‘Fire and Fury’ is loaded with explosive allegations involving Donald Trump and company, including one in which candidate Trump allegedly told his current Communications Director Hope Hicks that she was the “greatest piece of tail” former Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski would ever get.
Nebraska senators Ben Sasse and Deb Fischer are sounding off in the chorus of voices calling for Donald Trump to throw in the towel.
Sasse joined the call Saturday morning telling Trump to abandon his presidential bid. This as Trump found himself apologizing overnight for graphic comments made in front of an open microphone 11 years ago.
Sasse said in a tweet that “character matters” and Trump “is obviously not going to win.” He said Trump “can still make an honorable move,” by stepping aside and letting his running mate – Mike Pence – have a try.
Sen. Deb Fischer tweeted Saturday afternoon, “The comments made by Mr. Trump were disgusting and totally unacceptable under any circumstance. It would be wise for him to step aside and allow Mike Pence to serve as our party’s nominee.”
Nebraska Rep. Jeff Fortenberry released this statement Saturday afternoon:
“As Americans we are faced with two strikingly bad choices: Donald Trump, who has abused women, and Hillary Clinton who has enabled the abuse of women. It’s all wrong. For my part, I ask that Donald Trump step aside and allow Mike Pence to become the Republican nominee.”
On Friday, Fischer said Trump’s leaked 2005 remarks about grabbing women’s genitals were “disgusting and totally unacceptable” and the freshman Republican called for Trump to “step aside and allow Mike Pence to serve as our party’s nominee.”
But in a Tuesday interview with Nebraska radio station KLIN Fischer reversed course. “I never said I was not voting for our Republican ticket,” she said, calling it “not a tough choice” to keep supporting Trump.
Trump’s scandalous comments, caught on an “Access Hollywood” outtake, have roiled Republicans. Some have abandoned Trump, only to face fierce criticism from Trump supporters and the candidate himself.
Fischer’s home state GOP colleague, Sen. Ben Sasse, has long opposed Trump, a position that has attracted plenty of political fire from Cornhusker state Republicans. The state’s governor, Pete Ricketts, is sticking with Trump as well.