How To Stop Donald Trump From Being President
It's pretty simple actually. It took me a minute to figure it out after I read Michael Cavna's piece in the Washington Post on Scott Adams' take on Donald Trump: "Donald Trump will win in a landslide. *The mind behind ‘Dilbert’ explains why." At the end of the piece, I asked myself, "So if Trump is using persuasive techniques coupled with identity politics to try to win the presidential race, then what must one do to counter his strategy?"
Thankfully, I had recently heard that early in his campaign, Carrot Face would say the craziest things when he noticed people starting to leave his rallies. He would do so in order to try to draw them back in the room. And it worked for him. He needed it to work for him because without a crowd in the room, Baby Fingers would have no one to feed off of. In other words, if Frumpy Trumpy remained boring, he would lose the attention span of his flock and, more importantly, the 24/7 cable news cycle.
Interestingly enough, a comedic team by the name of The Good Liars discovered Trump's weak spot early in his campaign in New Hampshire. Back in January, the duo Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler dressed up as Trump supporters, complete with The Donald's trademark "Make America Great Again" red trucker hats, and when The Orange One started lulling the crowd to sleep, The Good Liars turned their heckling hijinks up to 11 by calling the afternoon's entertainment boring. Of course, Selvig and Stiefler got kicked out, but not before compiling the footage for the video above.
So now that Trump is basically the Republican nominee for President of the United States, I think it might be a good idea for the anti-Trump crowd to openly yawn at every mention of Trump. I mean, c'mon! Trump's act really is quite dull. There just aren't any words to describe how bored I feel about him. But if there was one song that captured and expressed my current mood about HumDrum Donald, it would be this: