Quite recently the President of the United States (Yeah, that's what he is) personally advised the world-wide net in writing that his now personal White House (a.k.a. Trump Towers on working days) had suffered the wire-tapping of its phones by then President Obama (Yes, the guilt was assigned by name) during the now el Presidente's campaign for the world's most powerful office, in which he nonetheless achieved a smashing victory by garnering the overwhelming support of a minority of the electorate.
Subsequent to this accusation of villainy, both the Republican Leader of the House and President (Yes, he actually now is) Trump's very own appointed Attorney General advised that there was no justification for this accusation, nor that the phones were tapped by anyone.
Some of this may well have -- uhh -- confused some of us, but we now have clarification from representation of the world's most powerful office (i.e. Trump's) regarding what is actually happening here. It seems -- as I understand it -- that this variety of political espionage -- that is the wire-tapping of phones -- does not necessarily involve actual phone wires, nor indeed phones, but that there was a bunch of -- well -- unspecified dirty and treasonous stuff from somewhere or other going on, by one villainous and traitorous bunch or another, to subvert el Presidente's exemplary campaign.
Wow, what a relief it is for me and indeed actually for the world to learn that its Most Powerful Person -- though perhaps occasionally misunderstood -- can be relied upon in his endeavor to lead us in the quest for universal peace and understanding. Uhh, oh yes, and in the truth.
But wait, wait, this just in: Could the smudges on those telephone wires be in that strange Russian alphabet? And those -- well -- murmurs perhaps in those peculiar British accents? Or -- ah ha! -- is Foxx News behind all this? Ratings are ratings, you know.
In any event, stay tuned, we can be absolutely certain in one thing: There will be -- regardless how bizarre -- yet more of this kind of stuff to come.