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elbanditoroso's avatar

Will you be watching Trump pardon a pair of turkeys today?

Asked by elbanditoroso (24918points) 3 months ago


Who or what else will he pardon?

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Patty_Melt's avatar

They aren’t turkeys, they’re hams. Did you see how they were posing for the cameras?

ragingloli's avatar

He will only pardon the turkey, if the animal has a prior criminal conviction.

zenvelo's avatar

He will only pardon the turkey on the right, not the one on the left.

rojo's avatar

I think he should “Wewease Woderwick”.

And no, not watching. Nothing personal I just don’t feel like starting a new tradition (for me).

flutherother's avatar

If Trump is there that would make three turkeys.

rebbel's avatar

Seeing they are called after vegetables, namely “Peas and Carrots”, I’m not at all sure he will pardon them after all.
Also, I just got a vomit reference…. ~

ragingloli's avatar

He pardoned the murderous regime of Saudi Arabia, instead.
He just loves repressive dictators.

rojo's avatar

Last time he pardoned a turkey it was Joe Arpaio,

This time around it will be Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

But, hey, money over morals any day.

Patty_Melt's avatar

He pardoned Peas. Carrots demanded a recount, but the vote held.

RocketGuy's avatar

They kissed his ass, so he pardoned them both.

Patty_Melt's avatar

It was a nice ceremony.
The President was in good spirits, and the turkeys were adorable.

It appeared a good time was had by all.

elbanditoroso's avatar

@Patty_Melt – so this is a feather in Trump’s hat?

Patty_Melt's avatar

It was a pleasant holiday event. The sun was out, the weather held. It was a day to mingle in the aisle, not sit on either side of it.

Esedess's avatar

No. Fuck that guy.

flutherother's avatar

Trump should do it more often. In fact he should do nothing else.

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