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Superspreader-In-Chief Considers Wearing Superman Shirt For First Rally

by Michael John Scott

According to The New York Times, while Trump was recuperating from COVID-19 last week at Walter Reed Hospital in Maryland, he said during several phone calls that he was considering wearing a Superman T-shirt underneath his customary white button-down and red tie during his first public appearance.

He would, he said, fake a frail walk at first, then open the shirt to reveal the iconic “S” insignia to demonstrate he was strong and free of the coronavirus. The White House, of course, has dodged questions for nearly a week now of when Trump last tested negative for the virus. The president tested positive for the coronavirus 10 days ago and was rushed to the hospital the next day.

Trump addressed hundreds of supporters from the balcony of the White House Saturday, his first in-person event since the diagnosis. He did not wear a Superman shirt and just a few wore masks.

Read it at The New York Times

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4 Responses to Superspreader-In-Chief Considers Wearing Superman Shirt For First Rally

  1. Mrloser82 Reply

    October 11, 2020 at 2:34 pm

    Will Super Spreader’s costume include a Lone Mask?

  2. jess Reply

    October 11, 2020 at 3:58 pm

    Everything is a ratings play with this assclown.

  3. Glenn Geist Reply

    October 12, 2020 at 10:13 am

    A Mighty Rat costume would be better, but how long will it be before he declares himself the immortal son of God? Psychotic bastard.

    • Bill Formby Reply

      October 12, 2020 at 5:47 pm

      I think at one point he did declare himself either God or his son. One day karma is really going bite a chunk out of his ass.

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