Behold The Trump's Crime Family's Disrespect of Life & Humanity....

Thom plus logo In a time when wildlife populations around the world are crashing, endangered species tremble on the verge of extinction, and the entire web of life is at risk, the son of the President of the United States went to Mongolia and shot an endangered species, the largest sheep in the world with 6 foot horns. News reports say he did it illegally, so the country, after a White House meeting, intervened to retroactively issue him a permit.

The Trump Crime Family's disrespect of humanity and life on earth is so complete and so breathtaking as to be almost cartoonish. The First Family is supposed to set an example, both for the country and the world, of respect for life and the rule of law. This First Family, a group of grifters with a well-established and lengthy criminal history, is a disgrace.

-Thom

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Hephaestus 16 weeks 1 day ago
#1

Just look at him... he is proud of himself... just look what i have accomplished... look at me! me! me! me!

Was he in need of food?

Was he hungry?

What is it with the gun?

Why do people need a gun?

Where is the joy in killing?

One sick mother!

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drayjack 15 weeks 5 days ago
#2

Being a Black Man reared in the ghettos of America from Chicago to Los Angeles, anyone from those environments must be able to maneuver around the pimps, players, hustlers, drug dealers and the like. The problem with the Trump supporters is they cannot determine them when they see one. That's the benefit of being born Black and poor in America. We know that we are not a part of the 1%, the problem with the Trump supporter is they "think" they are.

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