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Much has been said about covfefe. Some jokes told, and some vicious accusation made. Could covfefe be the ramblings of a drunken fool? The full tweet, as quoted on CNN is “Despite the constant negative press covfefe”.
No one knows what this means, is the consensus. Yet "Wounds my heart with a monotonous languor", is another seemingly random message. It meant nothing to the millions of people listening to the BBC broadcast on June 5th, 1944. To a select few it was of extreme importance. The meaning was the invasion of Europe will commence within 24 hours. It is a quote from a French a poem by Verlaine.
Was covfefe nonsense? Or was it the quickest way to send a private message. Could it mean nothing? Could it be to a select few, an important message? We will probably never know. Why must we question presidential minutia? What enraged so many? Why was this a news story?
We do know what it doesn't mean though. It does not mean the President of the United States sleeping or unreachable. It testifies that he was on the job. What it doesn't mean is; we have four dead Americans. At this point what difference does it make? This, from the Secretary of State, was said with all seriousness. What the Commander in Chief said was...........crickets chirping........!
A good question is who died in Covfefe, that it took up a week of frenzied news innuendo?
posted by barry321 on Sun Jul 2, 2017 @ 09:12 PM     1 comment    post a comment
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Good post.
:: posted by PianistAW&SG on Tue Jul 4, 2017 @ 09:52 AM   
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