The Ten Days til Post-Trump: Day Ten

(Melody: “The Twelve Days of Christmas”–music and lyrics on Day One of the “Ten Days til Post-Trump”)

On the tenth day til Post-Trump, my true love gave to me

Ten cons a-fleeing[1]

Nine Nixons haunting

Eight lies a-spinning

Seven perks in limbo

Six sites a-snubbing

Five opponents

Four stunning flops

Three new indictments

Two votes of impeachment

And a sweet card in a green tree.


The ten cons a-fleeing include:

Hope you have enjoyed the “Ten Days til Post-Trump.” It has been a very long four years…

Now it is time to spring into hope!

[1] The market for presidential pardons has never been so lucrative as under the waning days of the Trump regime. Donald has already issued pardons to dozens of former cronies and disgraced officials, all of whom received jail time after due process by the Judiciary (which, as I recall from Civics class in 7th grade, is supposed to exist independent of the Executive branch). Now it appears more sleazy friends and relatives of the Dumpster are clamoring for pardons, including:

1. Former state lawmaker Jeremy Hutchinson (R-Arkansas), indicted for federal bribery and tax crimes

2. Ross Ulbricht, the founder of Silk Road, the website that law enforcement officials described as a criminal marketplace where people could buy drugs and other illegal goods—a business that brought in over $18 million in its day

3. Anna Sorokin, the Manhattan socialite who pleaded guilty in a fraud scheme totaling $28 million.

4. John Kiriakou, a former CIA officer convicted of illegally disclosing classified information

5. Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter, Advisor to the President and the Director of the Office of Economic Initiatives and Entrepreneurship, may receive a “pre-emptive” pardon for who knows what

6. Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and Senior Advisor, may receive a “pre-emptive” pardon for who knows what

7. Eric F. Trump, the president’s second son, may receive a “pre-emptive pardon” for who knows what (possibly for laundering cash in a fraudulent non-profit “foundation”?  )

8. Donald J. Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, may receive a “pre-emptive pardon” for who knows what (Trump Jr. serves as a trustee and executive vice president of the Trump Organization, running the company alongside his younger brother Eric. Given what we know about the Trump Org., it seems to be a bountiful source of fraud)

9. Rudy Giuliani, the president’s attorney, may receive a “pre-emptive pardon” for who knows what

10. Donald J. Trump, the 45th president, may decide to pardon himself as well.  Why not?! It would be a fitting finale to this fiasco.


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