"Trunken" Mascot: Not even the GOP elephant is immune from Trump's influence
"If you look up into the clouds, you can see rock bottom" - Comedian John Oliver
As of Friday, October 7, the phrase " p*ssy Riot "is no longer the sole province of a gallant all-female Russian punk-rock collective best known for courageously speaking truth to Putin's power. In 2012, members of the band were locked up for "hooliganism"--singing songs -- and in 2014, they were infamously horsewhipped and pepper-sprayed by Putin's notorious Cossack Militia who were crashing one of the group's impromptu performances. Indeed, Russia's p*ssy Riot is so thoroughly scorned by Donald Trump's good buddy Vladimir, that for many Russians, the only matter left open to question isn't when, but in what manner will the band be mysteriously "disappeared."
But that's Russia, and that's another story. Here in America the phrase p*ssy Riot -- at least since that first Friday in October -- is frankly the best response one could give to anyone who asks: "What's up with the Republican Party these days?"
As most of us now know, October 7, 2016, "Donald's Freaky Friday," as it may forever come to be known, was the day Donald Trump notoriously became "Grabby the Clown," after being unwittingly revealed as the guy running for president who awards you more brownie points if you have him over to watch skin flicks rather than to just talk politics.
For a roughly 36-hour period leading up to the second presidential debate following Trump's exposure, America's 24-hour cable news junkies were played and re-played every X-rated nugget of Trump's videotaped "locker-room" talk by CNN, MSNBC -- and, to a lesser extent of course, FOX News -- with the perpetual obsession of a sex-fiend watching a favorite two-minute porno-loop.