July 31, 2022

Former President Donald Trump's ties to the LIV golf tournament -- which seeks to rival the near century-old PGA Tour -- are packed full of controversy. It's as if Trump dropped his trousers and took a giant sh*t all over the 9/11 families. Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund is financing LIV. And the Saudis were, of course, behind the 9/11 terror attacks.

And then there's the whole cutting up of a Washington Post journalist with bone saws that just seems distance-worthy. Like, get out of my face, you Saudi pieces of sh*t worthy. The LIV tournament isn't drawing a considerable crowd at least; tickets start from $1.00. That's not a typo. ONE DOLLAR.

The Wall Street Journal reports:

The golf itself, meanwhile, wasn't exactly supercharged—light crowds were spread across much of the vast grounds here on the first day of the tournament. Tickets for the Saturday session were available on stubhub.com for as little as $1.

And Mr. Trump, well, acted like he owned the place.

The high-profile group for Thursday's pro-am round produced an unusual scene: at least a dozen golf carts, including Mr. Trump's with the presidential seal, were on the same hole. It was also a rare glimpse into Mr. Trump on the course after rounds during his presidency were typically out of view from the press.

It's been 634 days since the twice impeached one-term loser failed to maintain the keys to the White House after Joe Biden beat his dumbass in the electoral and popular vote. Six hundred thirty-four days, and he's still flaunting the presidential seal, which, by the way, could be a violation of federal law.

Not that laws mean anything anymore, but The Washington Post reports that the seal "was plastered on towels, golf carts, and other items" when Trump played in the Saudi-sponsored tournament Thursday.

What a tacky man.

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