Trump Word For The Day: Indictment(s)

What is an Indictment?

An indictment is a formal accusation against an individual suspected of committing a crime. Indictments are generally only obtained for felony charges. An indictment is used as an alternative to a complaint in a trial court. A complaint is also an accusation against an individual, but the individual generally must have been arrested as a result of probable cause against him before the complaint can be entered.

However, an indictment against an individual can be obtained before any arrest is made. Further, while a complaint is an affidavit signed by the prosecutor, an indictment is the product of sworn testimony, sometimes by several witnesses, and therefore holds more weight in court. Indictments are used most in the federal court system but can be used in the state court system as well.

What this means to Donald Trump?

It means he won’t be getting much sleep while he waits to see who among his people are being indicted. Will it be one of his Campaign Managers? A treasonous General, his son-in-law, or his son? Once you find out who’s charged, you then have to start figuring out what they know about you? Are they so loyal to you that they’ll go to jail in your place? Will they flip on you faster than an IHOP pancake?

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This is only the beginning… They’re coming for you Donald and this is but the first act of the play!

Trump Word(S) For The Day: Little Dick Syndrome (Warning: NSFW Photo Included)

As if there were any doubt. Those little hands are accompanied by a small penis and there is an actual syndrome associated with that. Also called, Small Penis Syndrome. Here are several of the ways it manifests itself:

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  1. A condition which causes a person to use his position of authority to speak to others in a condescending tone. Most often seen in police officers, military, security guards, rent-a-cops, teachers, and parents. When “off duty” i.e. out of uniform or without a gun or badge. They’re often revealed to be cowards.
  2. Any man who compensates for his inadequacy by buying ridiculously large shit he doesn’t need.
  3. They tend to abuse or otherwise disrespect women.
  4. They attempt to elevate their own self-esteem by provoking others.
  5. These men are drama queens, getting annoyed by any and everything.
  6. Calling themselves, “the best” or “the greatest” to make up for their other failings.

Does any of this sound like the 45th President of the United States?

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Note: The unraveling relationship with North Korea is what happens when two men suffering from Little Dick Syndrome get into an argument.

Trump Word(s) For The Day: F*cking Moron

As part of my patriotic duty, I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution, and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s words: F*ucking Moron

We have a guest contributor to thank for today’s words, Rex Tillerson the Secretary of State. NBC reported at a July 20th meeting at the Pentagon with top National Security officials and Cabinet Members. Tillerson called Trump a “Fucking moron.” It’s unclear what in particular Tillerson was referring to as there are so many possibilities but his sentiment was clear.

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Tillerson had a hastily called press conference in which he indicated he had no intention of resigning and hadn’t considered doing so. He didn’t deny having made the statement saying, “I’m not going to deal with petty stuff like that.” Trump tweeted the whole thing was “fake news” saying Tillerson “totally refuted” the story which of course he didn’t.

Urban Translation: Fucking moron is the same in all languages. There is no urban translation in this instance.

Trump Word(s) For The Day: Patriot/Racist

Dear Donald,

Patriot, the word you described in your pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio, doesn’t mean what you apparently thought it did. The word you meant to use was racist. Let me show you:

Patriot: a person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors.

Racist: a person who shows or feels discrimination or prejudice against people of other races, or who believes that a particular race is superior to another.

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Maybe you got confused because “Sheriff Joe,” vigorously attacked people of other races. A mistake anybody only you could make.

When Joe defied the courts, he placed himself above the law. His engaging in racial profiling was illegal and racist and he kept on doing it. With your pardon and support, you’ve forever linked yourself with a racist. You’ve done that a lot lately all your life.

Hopefully, this will help you to use the correct word next time. No need to thank me. I’m here to serve.


 

Trump Word(s) For The Day: Too Little, Too Late

As part of my patriotic duty, I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution, and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s words: Too Little, Too Late

Definition: Not enough of something that should have been provided earlier

After two days of holding firm to his earlier statement of blaming, “many sides,” for the violence in Charlottesville. Trump finally read a statement in which he said, “Racism is evil.” He added, “And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.”

He read a statement that someone else wrote that he almost certainly doesn’t believe. He waited to see if he could ride out the pressure (he couldn’t) before being forced to make a stronger statement, still measured in its criticism of right wing hate groups. This doesn’t make him King or Ghandi. It makes him a lying sociopath who caved to political pressure to at least pretend not to be racist, having already turned the White House into home base for the Alt-Right.

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Urban Translation: You made your move too slow, asshole!

Trump Word(s) For The Day: “Best Not”

As part of my patriotic duty, I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution, and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s words: Best Not

There is no classic dictionary definition of “Best Not.” The Urban Definition is best used in a sentence by Omar Little from the classic television series, The Wire.

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“You come at the King, you best not miss!”

Omar Little lived out in those rough Baltimore streets and his reputation was well earned. When people said, “Omar’s coming,” people knew he was a man to be taken seriously. When Trump tells Kim Jong-un what he “best not” do. It was the bluster of a man who had never backed up a thing in his life.

Omar Little was as hard as Trump is soft. But they kept coming for the King… and one day from an unexpected source, they got him. They’re coming for Trump as well. The FBI Special Counsel, the New York State Attorney General, House, and Senate Investigations. They’re coming for the President, and you best believe they won’t miss.

Trump Word(s) For The Day: Probable Cause

As part of my patriotic duty I will begin sharing the word(s) of the day to help our President prepare for what’s coming. Because he doesn’t seem to attach the same meaning to words like honesty, news, Constitution and transparency. I feel that if given a little time to consider the actual meanings of words he can do better. I will provide both the common definition and when applicable the urban translation. Today’s words: Probable Cause

Definition: Probable cause generally refers to the requirement in criminal law that police have adequate reason to arrest someone, conduct a search, or seize property …

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Used in a sentence: The FBI had to show Probable Cause when they got a search warrant and raided Paul Manafort’s home at 3AM.

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Urban Translation: They’re starting with the little fish and coming for your ass Trump!

Next Word: Informant

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