My New Year’s Resolution: Stop Writing About Trump After Joe Biden is Inaugurated

The slogan of my blog is “your home on the internet for anti-Trump essays”, and hundreds of my essays exposing the corruption, racism, incompetence and abuse of power of the president are posted on my site.

There is no politician less worthy of coverage than Donald Trump: every word that emanates from his sphincter-shaped mouth is sheer nonsense and every tweet that he posts is toxic.

The stable genius is inherently an inconsequential idiot and if he was the president of a local chapter of the KKK instead of the President of the United States nobody would care what he has to say about anything.

But by virtue of the fact that he’s the President of the United States and the Leader of the Free World, and his words and actions have consequences that effect the lives of millions in America and around the world, it’s imperative that journalists and bloggers cover the insignificant and inadequate little man.

I will continue to chronicle the chaos of the Trump administration until January 20, 2021, because until noon on that monumental day Trump still has the power to command the armed forces, grant pardons and he will still wield all the tremendous powers of the presidency.

But once Joe Biden has been inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States, my New Year’s resolution will be to ignore the vain babblings of the little pipsqueak.

Only his suicide, assassination or death from natural causes will compel me to write a final article about him.

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