WorldNetDaily is your one-stop shop for all sorts of crazy and lunacy. It’s the only place where you can get Chuck Norris, Erik Rush, Ann Coulter, and owner Joseph Farah together in the same digital location — it’s a singularity of madness.
And as if testament to that madness, they revealed this week they’re ready to deface Mt. Rushmore with Donald Trump’s head. Yes, that’s right — they’re ready to stick His Majestic Golden Shower’s face on Mt. Rushmore.
Farah made this proclamation in his column earlier in the week, which is entitled “The greatest start for any modern president.”
Now, I’d quibble with that, but there’s no point in arguing with the intellectual equivalent of a two-year-old who finger paints with fecal matter on the dining room walls. So instead, let’s just acknowledge that if we could turn stupidity into a power source, Farah would become a national treasure overnight and move on.
Farah begins with a good, strong hook:
It’s time for someone to say it.
And dives right into the stupid:
Donald Trump’s first 40 days in the White House rival those of any modern American president for excitement, controversy, accomplishment, work ethic, courage, boldness and real leadership.
Because nothing says “work ethic” like a trip to Mar-a-Lago almost every weekend on the tax payer dime. That’s real work ethic right there. That takes dedication you can wrap your cocktail sausage-sized fingers around.
Almost immediately, though, the column slams into a wall and comes to a complete stop:
If he continues like this, there could be a new face on Mount Rushmore in the future.
Farah goes like this for another 620 words. I, however, can’t get past this idea Trump’s head might wind up on Mt. Rushmore.
First, Trump’s popularity figures are dismal. Much like right-wing morality, they’re scraping the bottom of the barrel. At least half of Americans don’t like him and he hasn’t even been in there for two months. Who, other than the delusional 19% damn convinced they speak for all America, will agree with that level of vandalism?
And second, are you sure there’s enough space for something that large?
Because I honestly don’t think there is.
So, instead, let me offer this new plan: let’s not disfigure national monuments at all, okay?