Clearly, Donald Trump was born evil, but he did have help turning it into the wickedness he now practices daily. Roy Cohn was young Trump’s guru. Cohn, an unprincipled lawyer, served as alcoholic Republican Senator Joseph McCarthy’s Chief Consul during the 1950’s witch hunt to destroy as many innocent people’s lives as possible.
A man with the emotions of a gargoyle and the ethics of a bat, Cohn mentored Trump, teaching him the joy of cruelty, and that hate means you never have to say you’re sorry. One of the few moments of bliss in Cohn’s sad life was being J. Edgar Hoover’s ballroom dance partner.
Cohn was eventually disbarred for unethical behavior. This changed the man into a warm-hearted individual who did the world a great kindness by dying five weeks after his disbarment. Cohn’s memorial service was held in church and Trump was invited by their “Bring a Baboon to Jesus” program.
One of the things Trump loved most about Cohn was his finely honed creepiness and the constant sneer that lived on his lips. Trump’s many fond memories of the lawyer’s qualities are the reason he took so quickly to Stephen Miller.
Miller often meets with Trump so they can shoot the breeze and discuss how best to take the American people’s rights away from them.
Recently, Miller, on auto-sneer, entered the Oval Office and said, “I spoke to Nancy Pelosi.”
Trump: Is she going to give me my balls back?
Miller: Only if you resign.
Trump: No way. She can keep them. I’m going to send away for new ones from Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Miller: “Dick’s Sporting Goods?”
Trump: Right. They must carry Spalding replacement balls.
Trump became pensive for a second and then said, “That Pelosi bitch isn’t going away is she?”
Trump: I’d better order an extra pair.