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From Prince to a President

Dear Mr. President, girl you need pussy control.

Seriously and WTF? This presidency is like The Hindenburg meets The Titanic to go on The Poseidon Adventure to The Towering Inferno. Only this time, Shelly Winters is not there to save the day. Dumpster fire does not begin to describe it, you need a whole entourage of classic disaster movies to even come close.

Let's review:
Bloomberg News is reporting that the Russia investigation led by special counsel Robert Mueller is zeroing in on President Trump’s business transactions.

The report quoted an anonymous source as saying that Trump’s financial ties to Russia are the focus: “FBI investigators and others are looking at Russian purchases of apartments in Trump buildings, Trump’s involvement in a controversial SoHo development with Russian associates, the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow and Trump’s sale of a Florida mansion to a Russian oligarch in 2008.” The Washington Post has not independently confirmed Bloomberg’s report.

Somebody is basically daring Trump to try to fire Mueller.
What's there to be nervous about Donny? I mean it's not like you've been laundering money for the Russian mob for the last few decades.

But the man-baby genius has a few tricks up his sleeve.

If you can't control your pussy, good luck with anything else.


  1. Why is Jackie Woordward running for Judge? The era of small time ticket attorneys running for judge is over. Moreover, she is married to Phil Reizenstein who is a huge handicap to her campaign. A wild cannon in the opinion of many in the legal community. Jackie keep working on tickets my dear and enjoy your new Coral Gables home. You have no business on the bench.

  2. Former asa here. Jackie is smarter than most anybody around, level headed, kind, mature and logical. She will make a great Judge. Also, she has a much broader practice than you seem to understand. Go slither back under a rock.


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