When I want to know what’s going on in popular culture, I check out what’s trending on Twitter. When I saw that “fumigate” was trending I immediately knew why that particular word was trending.
Fumigate started trending soon after writer Quancy Clayborne asked in a tweet:
“What’s the first thing the Bidens should do when they enter the White House?”
Let me preface my remarks by stating unequivocally that as sure as night follows day, Joe Biden will be inaugurated and sworn in as president on January 20, 2021 after winning a popular vote and electoral college landslide.
Most Twitter users suggested fumigation as the first step after entering the White House, and it’s an excellent idea. The White House is a coronavirus hot spot as a result of the president’s penchant for staging super spreader events in the People’s House on a regular basis. Many of Trump’s family members, aides, cabinet members, Secret Service agents, and White House employees have been infected by the virus.
Fortunately, the Biden transition team won’t have to purchase bleach, no doubt the White House medicine cabinets and pantries are overflowing with the bleach that Trump and his sycophants consumed as a prophylactic against COVID-19.
The White House also needs to be fumigated because it’s infested with swamp creatures. The Trump administration has been plagued by one scandal after another, and too many rats in Trump’s orbit have been indicted.
I would also suggest Biden sprinkle the White House with holy water, or better yet call in an exorcist to banish the demons that were attracted by the devilish shenanigans of Trump’s born-again cabinet members and aides.
Thank God Trump lost in a landslide, because after eight years of Trump in office, a fumigation wouldn’t be sufficient, the White House would have to be set on fire.