Hot Reporter-On-Reporter Violence

The illegitimate president embarrassed himself and the country yet again after American and Russian journalists participated in a shoving match. The altercation came shortly before the illegitimate president and Vladimir Putin were to begin their summit meeting.

Vladimir Putin left the American side irritated as the launch of talks between the heads of state was marred by abrasive Russian security and unruly journalists. In the ensuing finger-pointing, the U.S. side blamed the Russians.

“The Russians, of course, were the ones who were pushing people and causing problems, but it was just — that stuff, unfortunately, should not have happened,” a senior U.S. official said. “We’ve got to figure out to make sure those kinds of things do not happen.”

Remember, we were told the illegitimate president would bring decorum and class back to the presidency. Five months in, his cronies are embroiled in a shoving match with Russian journalists.

“The pool was repeatedly told to line up separately and in single file, but neither side did,” the pool report noted. “Instead, the journalists pushed and shoved trying to enter the building.”

Sadly, no American reporters were seriously hurt. I was hoping someone would at least punch Acosta in his tiny, shrunken balls.

5 thoughts on “Hot Reporter-On-Reporter Violence

  1. “Sadly, no American reporters were seriously hurt. I was hoping someone would at least punch Acosta in his tiny, shrunken balls.”

    He has a pair?

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  2. Hitting Acosta in the balls is a waste of a good kick. For some reason, nothing seems to touch him. Had a tour of the West Wing in 2019 and tried my best (as I am the sum of all that is Pestilence) to curse the CNN chairs in His mojo was strong and I got sick just from sitting in his chair…it ain’t fair man. I mean you give me the flu or a cold and I give it back as something worse, the black death is nicer than when I give you back something you gave me. And are we even sure he’s American?

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