Donald Trump, the most unqualified president this country has ever had, is full of delusional scenarios that never happened. A new book has claimed that one of his biggest demented fantasies was that he made Juneteenth famous.
In his upcoming book, “Frankly We Did Win This Election’: The Inside Story of How Donald Trump Lost,” author and journalist Michael Bender is detailing the story of how the disgraced former leader of white America claimed that were it not for him, nobody would have known about Juneteeth.
A year ago, Trump was about to travel to Oklahoma to rally for himself and his flailing administration. Not only was this rally slated to be held in Tulsa, the site of a horrific race massacre, but it was being held on Juneteenth.
Juneteenth is celebrated on June 19 and is the day in 1865 when Union soldiers went to Galveston, Texas, to tell the last remaining enslaved Black Americans that they were free. Though President Abraham Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, the southern states ignored it and kept the ancestors enslaved.
Despite Democratic uproar, Grand Wizard Trump kept his plan to hold the proletarian Klan rally in Tulsa while he went from person to person asking them to explain what the big deal was, reported Politico.
Eventually, Donald Trump found the right one. He asked a Black Secret Service agent about Juneteenth, and the agent answered his question and then some.
“Yes,” the agent told Trump. “I know what it is. And it’s very offensive to me that you’re having this rally on Juneteenth.”
Within hours, Trump announced on Twitter that he is now permanently banned and wanted to move the rally to a different date.
In an interview that Trump asked for a week later, the eternal glory hound started around 754 of his delusional peacocking and claimed that he made Juneteenth a day to remember.
“Nobody had heard of it,” Trump said.
But when Bender reminded him that his administration had released a statement during the holiday for the previous three years, Trump seemed not to have known about it.
“Oh really?” he said. “We put out a statement? The Trump White House put out a statement?”
Yes, Mr. Presi-clown. The statement had his signature on it and even described Juneteenth in detail.
“I made Juneteenth very famous,” he continued.
Only in Trump’s delusional world can one make something they didn’t even know exists famous.
The ancestors made sure Donald Trump would never forget either. The Tulsa rally wasn’t even half-full by the time he arrived. Maybe the local department store ran out of white sheets.
It’s too bad he can’t tweet, post a Facebook status, post an Instagram story, or make a YouTube video about his sentiments this year.