Renowned Historian Trump now heads Office of Official Misinformation

Renowned Historian Trump now heads Office of Official Misinformation By Ilene Proctor The question that permeates the national conversation revolves around What history book is Trump reading that belies all previous knowledge of America’s 7th president, Andrew Jackson. History for Dummies, perhaps. It seems once a statement has squirted from our new historian Donald Trump’s oddly-shaped mouth, and emphasized by his smallish hands and stubby fingers, the nation has now become quite accustomed to hearing his odd observations and bizarre alternative facts. Lately Trump has displayed a level of historical information well below any 5th grader. when he advised that Andrew Jackson was angry about the Civil War, even though Trump’s new found idol and infamous racist died 16 years before the first shot in that war was fired ands in the gazillion books about the Civil War, no historian has asked “why” because the answer is so obvious. ... he said in his own unique unintelligible language: “There’s no reason for this.” People don’t realize, you know, the Civil War, if you think about it, why? People don’t ask that question, but why was there the Civil War? At this point, Trump will not spare any taxpayer resource; exhaust any government agency to justify his own wiki leak. Actually, this bigly new historical information was taken at face value until a crowd of tourists’ at Abe Lincoln’s grave site was reported to hear distinct rumblings beneath the earth which they conjectured was the great man turning over in his grave. President Andrew Jackson, who died 16 years before the Civil War started, saw it coming and was angry. Would never have let it happen! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 2, 2017 “Slavery, my dear Mr. President, was the reason , And your hero and idol Andrew Jackson was not only a Southern slave-holding plantation owner he prospered by being a slave trader. He began buying and selling slaves when he was still a teenager. He bought. He sold. He hunted runaway slaves. Something I suspect the sons of Trump s would do if they were alive at the time. Maybe Andrew Jackson could have staved off the Civil War. But if he had it would probably have been by force-marching anyone with abolitionist leanings to … maybe Mexico. Whatever it would take to get them out of his eyesight, After all, in the real world, Jackson proposed, fought for, and signed the Indian Removal Act. If truth be told, today, it would be called the Indian Genocide Act. Nearly 50,000 Native Americans from “civilized tribes” were stripped of the land they’d farmed and tended peacefully for generations, and send on a death march to uninhabitable land. From this day forward, shouldn’t we not only have mandatory tax returns, but I.Q. tests as well.

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