Making America Great Again – By Destroying Jobs Next Door

November 16, 2016 By: El Jefe Category: 2016 Election, Trump

One of the most infuriating features of Cheeto Jesus’ shameful campaign was the “Make America Great Again” motto that he coined that was actually code for “Make America White Again”.  He shouted it from every podium and plastered it across the front of those weird made-in-china trucker caps that he wore on the days his combover just wasn’t working. His top two goals if he won (sigh; I can’t believe I just said that) was to destroy our healthcare system and somehow bring “jobs, jobs, jobs”.

Since the election, with few exceptions, Cheeto Jesus and his merry band of bigots have been holed up in his gold plated headquarters in New York City plotting to destroy not only our healthcare system, but also medicare, social security, aid to the poor, the environment, and, oh, yeah, peace.  His presence in the heart of screen-shot-2016-11-16-at-8-22-54-amNew York City, though, has had an immediate effect – it has choked traffic to a standstill due to security and the large anti-Cheeto demonstrations.  Up until yesterday, the City of New York had parked sand-filled snow plow trucks nose to tail around the block to keep people away.  At one point this last weekend, traffic was backed up beyond 112th St. on Fifth Avenue, which is at the top of Central Park, over 50 blocks away.

If you’re not familiar with New York City, Cheeto Tower is located smack dab in the middle of one of the highest end shopping districts and tourist attractions in Manhattan.  The tower was built on the site of the Bonwit Teller building that Cheeto demolished in 1979, along with its famous art deco bas-relief sculptures.  Cheeto had previously promised to remove and donate the sculptures to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but in true form, had them destroyed because preservation would have caused 10 days of construction delays. What a sweetheart. The tower is next door to the world famous Tiffany and is surrounded by restaurants, high end stores, and is just 2 blocks from the southeast corner of Central Park.  His presence in the building has slowed business in surrounding blocks to a trickle, simply because people can’t get there.  Tiffany has even announced that it canceled it’s holiday window spectacular “due to post-election related activity.”

The Secret Service is struggling to protect this idiot, who is now not even sure if he wants to live in the White House to serve in the job he wanted so badly.  They have now erected concrete barriers around the building and closed 56th St. to the South.  They are also supposedly meeting with the president-elect today to discuss security.

In the meantime, Cheeto Jesus is so self centered that he’s oblivious to what’s going on around him, which is destroying businesses and jobs next door, just so he can hole up in Cheeto Tower.

Welcome to life in the the era of Cheeto Jesus.

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17 Comments to “Making America Great Again – By Destroying Jobs Next Door”

  1. Reality is a Bi##$. And is only for the ones, that can’t handle drugs.

  2. Cheeto Jesus did the same bait and switch with the renovation of the D.C. old post office. When he put his bid in he promised to hire a particular respected architect who specialized in preserving the historic aspects of buildings. This was one of the main reasons Cheeto Jesus was given the nod over other hotel chains like Hilton. Then, of course, once he got the bid he went with another architect.

    From Buzzfeed:

    Trump promised to employ the architect who had, over decades, championed the building’s careful, historic restoration. And he promised the involvement of a multibillion-dollar real estate investment firm with a rock-solid financial reputation.

    After Trump’s team got the nod from the GSA, however, it reversed itself on both these promises.

    It announced that the architect would no longer be involved. And it informed the government that it would no longer be working with the real estate investment firm. To finance the construction, Trump borrowed $170 million from a bank, putting the federal lease on the property up as collateral.

    According to a former member of his team, “The Trump people said all the right things” in the early stages. “He never intended to stick with it. He thought, ‘Well, let’s get to the next phase and then we’ll do what we want to do.’”

  3. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    There’s the cost of protecting the Cheeto with the added burden of protecting all the crumbs associated with Snack Daddy Donnie. For that cost we will receive maybe 1 hour of his day four days a week, when he plans to sit in the Oval Office and sign things is gophers bring him.

    For a description of the gopher team, Samantha Bee waxes eloquent.

    *** Mama please don’t open the link ***

  4. Linda Phipps says:

    Not that I feel particular sorrow for businesses that can afford the lofty Fifth Avenue rents, but I do for the people of New York and the nation who will be footing the bill for increased security measures wherever His Neediness decides to plunk himself. I believe if he wants to make Trump Tower and his little Florida get away should foot the bill himself. He’s rich, he says, really really rich.

  5. What is it with Rethugs and the White House? ONce they get there they can’t stand to actually BE there. Consider Dubya. He spent more time on his damn “ranch” than in the oval office.

  6. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    maggie, not just the presidency with the snacilbupeR. Remember that Marco Rubio fella that was not happy being a Senator? He’s back. Apparently they like the pay & benefits, but not the job. We’re in for a scary 2-4 years with the Do Nothings delivering what they believe to be governance. Senators Sanders and Warren will have quite the job trying to squeeze anything useful out of the snacilbupeR.

  7. I don’t see Trump taking on Medicare or Social Security. Those recipients are a large part of his base.

    Of course it could be a matter of order:

    First they came for the Muslims, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Muslim.

    Then they came for the Mexicans, and I did not speak out—
    Because I was not a Mexican.

    Then they came for my Social Security and Medicare—and there was no one left, and I was too old, weak & ill to speak for myself.

  8. PKM, I disagree with you on this one; I think the do-nothings will suddenly start passing bills 1 after another because Cheeto will sign them. (Remember: he doesn’t read.)

    And anybody who thinks Cheeto gives a flying rat’s patoot about the folks who elected him needs to think again.

  9. JAKvirginia says:

    All together now, folks….

    Cause it’s all about me
    Cause it’s all about “I”
    Cause it’s all about Number One
    Oh my me my

    What I think
    What I like
    What I know
    What I want
    What I seeeeee

    I like thinkin’ about me, me, me
    Con – tin – yew – ah – lee
    And occasionally,
    I like to talk about me!

  10. A lot of “real Americans” out there voted for this jackwagon because “he tells like it is” and “he cares about people like me.” I cannot even come up with an analogy here. Maybe the folks who got suckered by Bernie Madoff and lost their life savings. Trump cares about Trump. Trump has only ever, and will only ever, care about Trump.

  11. @ djw
    Right you are. The House and Senate will be gaveled into order on Jan 2nd or 3rd. Cheetos Nationale won’t take office [**gag! puke!**] until the 20th.

    People in Congress [both houses] are swearing that they’ll have the bill authorizing The Building of the Wall on his desk ready for signing on 1/21/17.

    And it will just go downhill from there. For sure, Ryan will have his Kill Medicare and Social Security bill lying there right beside it. And, since Trump will simply sign anything they put in front of him, buh-bye both programs.

    As for giving a flying rat’s patoot: I’m quite sure he believes that repealing the right to vote is just a matter of signing an executive order. Once he discovers that it’s not that easy, it will be too late to help the country. The good news is that he, his admin and probably this Congress will all be dust in the wind in 4 years. The bad news is that there may not be a nation left for the Democrats to save.

  12. @ Rhea:
    I had my first conversation with a tRump voter yesterday. My computer went wonkers and while my ‘puter guru was working on it, I asked _him_ [straight white male] who he voted for. He began his reply with, “I don’t want a fight,” which told me all I needed to know.

    And here I had thought this guy was relatively intelligent. Just goes to show what a poor judge of character and intelligence I can be.

    Also, during the course of our conversation, it came out that the realtor is coming by today to assess my house to tell me what I can expect to get for it. And that, if I can swing it, I’m moving to Mexico.

    Neither one of us tried to convince the other of the error of our ways. After all, what’s the point now?

  13. God save us from these goons.

  14. Returned my widow’s flag to the cemetery on Monday. No conversation ensued.

    Got passport pic yesterday and sent in renewal today.

    Listing everything I can on ebay and craigslist.

    Angry ‘merikans looking for jobs? After work on the extended fence is finished, I expect there will still be a plethora of jobs in kitchens across the country. And, how’s your back? You can discover up close, in the field, where your food comes from and how it is harvested by hand.

  15. @JAK


    Although I can’t say I’m a Toby Keith fan. About half what he says and does pi$$e$ me off.

  16. @two crows
    If you are serious bout Mexico, look at Puerto Peñasco.

  17. Vancouver, BC, Canada is a gorgeous city and British Columbia as a whole is an incredibly beautiful province. I like the idea of New Zealand, but it’s too far. I can drive to BC.