Trump claims not to have a ‘racist bone in his body’ but refuses to release bone test

Trump holding a bone with the Confederate flag on it
John Shafthauer

Following his latest incidence of blatant unfettered racism, Donald Trump claimed ‘not to have a racist bone in his body’.

Despite the confidence with which he tweeted this, Trump is flat-out refusing to release his most recent bone exam.

Release the test

Although Trump won’t release the test, a whistleblower from the bone lab has come forwards. According to them, Trump actually doesn’t have a non-racist bone in his body.

The unnamed bone boffin revealed the following:

I’ve never seen anything like it. His ribs all had ‘Make America White Again’ on them; his pelvis is a Confederate flag. The back of his skull has a depiction of the 21st century’s most infamous racist – President Donald Trump.

Even the tiny little bones in his feet had tiny little swastikas. They’d all been inscribed backwards, but that’s a pretty common mistake among dipshit racists, to be fair.

Tweetstorm

Trump objected to the leak, saying:

This so-called anonymous bone loser is FAKE NEWS and a CROOKED DEMOCRAT!

He later tweeted:

What’s racist about a man having hundreds of tiny swastikas carved into his bones? Do you think that’s racist? I don’t see why that’s racist.

And then:

The people screengrabbing my previous tweet are FAKE NEWS and CROOKED DEMOCRATS!

The congresswomen of colour he initially attacked had a smarter response. Although, to be fair, any response to Trump is by default the ‘smarter’ one:

Featured image via Wikimedia – Gage Skidmore / pixabay (images were altered)

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