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Trump Takes it Over the Rainbow



During a campaign rally in Topeka, KS, Donald Trump claimed President Obama was directly responsible for the illegal forced deportation of a young farm girl. According to Trump, Dorothy Gale, age 12, was forcibly removed from her house and taken across the border to the hostile land of Oz.

“Failed domestic policies and a struggling economy under the Obama Administration has forced Kansas farmers to remain in Tornado Alley.” Trump told pitchfork wielding supporters.


 “Yes folks, President Obama has allowed terrorist tornadoes to form, and a little girl lost her home and her dog.”
  
Trump continued, “People said that Dorothy was left alone amongst radical munchkins who are part a dangerous organization known as the Lollipop Guild. I’m hearing they could be a threat to national security and Obama’s doing nothing to stop them.”

“Crooked Hilary and the Clinton Foundation have accepted money from the Emerald City and a mysterious wizard,” Trump went on to say in a blustery manner.

“Both President Obama and Hilary Clinton have allowed hundreds of monkeys to disappear from U.S. zoos. They were secretly transported to Oz where they are given wings and become the terrorist foot soldiers of a corrupt witch sisterhood.”


Trump told his cheering supporters in an attempt to escape captivity and return home, young Dorothy was manipulated by the Wizard of Oz to kill the Wicked Witch of the West – a broom riding radicalized killer.

“After a horrific experience that no one should have to endure, believe me, Dorothy has safely returned to the USA, and she is so happy to be home.” Trump advised the crowd.

In a moment of solidarity for Dorothy, Trump’s supporters chanted “There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home!”

Trump also stated that Ms. Gale is being treated for Post Traumatic Oz Syndrome. “Folks, due to Obama’s horrible Affordable Care Act, Dorothy struggles daily with finding quality medical attention, but that will change quickly when I’m elected in November,”

“I will make sure that Dorothy has so much health care, she will be tired of healthcare. She will be safe in a country that will not allow illegal munchkins over the rainbow.”

Trump claims that Crooked Hilary paid for an expensive pair of ruby slippers to buy Dorothy’s silence in this national security issue.


“His statements are false and have no substance,” Obama said when questioned about Trump’s speech. “They sound like a fairy tale to me,” he replied.
 
At his next rally, Trump plans to reveal a huge waste of tax payers’ dollars. He claims he has knowledge of Obama’s top secret executive order to Journey to the Center of the Earth.












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  1. Trump is out there. Maybe he needs to go over the rainbow.

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  2. You did it again! You said it better than anyone can! I love this.

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  3. Hilarious!!! Great work Vince!! :)

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    1. Glad I could make you laugh. I appreciate the review.

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