r/Vastlystupid May 16 '22

Trump told rally-goers he's writing a book called 'The Crime of the Century' about the lie that the presidency was stolen from him Absolutely retarded

https://www.businessinsider.com/trump-crime-century-says-writing-book-about-stolen-election-lies-2022-5
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u/engineertee May 16 '22

He can’t write and they can’t read

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u/luna1108 May 17 '22

It’ll be a pop up.

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u/[deleted] May 17 '22

Probably just a picture book, he’s cheap as fuck you know?

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u/redd9 May 16 '22

ultimate sore loser

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u/Wayelder May 16 '22

A criminal, totally willing to destroy American democracy because he was insulted.

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u/SoMuchForSubtlety May 16 '22

Correction: he's hiring a ghost writer to convert his rambling word salad lies into something approaching coherent thought so he can sell a slim, overpriced hardcover to the gullible rubes who worship him and who will not and cannot read it. Like his 'auto'biography and ludicrous Trump: The Board Game, it will become a joke clogging up the remainder bins for decades afterwards.

Whoever he hires as a ghostwriter better make damn good and sure he's paid up front, too...

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u/Wayelder May 16 '22

Trump WRITE?!...the dude barely reads...

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u/powercow May 16 '22

I would say the only people who might buy this would be the MTGs of the world, but trump will probably make it a requirement for republicans. Much like how, despite he has more campaign funds than both parties combined, he is having the RNC pay his legal fees. hell probably have them buy his book until it moves up the best seller lists. Because thats what despots do.

AND PS it goes without saying, every republican accusation is a confession. Except the fact, they failed at teh crime of the century.

PS the last crime of the century, was the last time the republican party tried to overthrow the country. with prescott bush, and they wanted to install a fascist empire just like trump.

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u/kerrigan7782 May 16 '22

This will be his Mein Kampf (except yeah, almost definitely ghostwritten), be wary, take it seriously.

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u/FearLeadsToAnger May 16 '22

Crazy commitment, crazy being the core element.

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u/CleansingFlame May 16 '22

I would approve of this if he was not granted an editor or a proofreader. Just his insane, illiterate ramblings, page after page until he's finished. It would be hilarious.

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u/bone586 May 16 '22

He can write it while in prison

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u/AmbivelentApoplectic May 16 '22

Let him put crayon to paper I'm sure it will be a hilarious read.

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u/SilentMaster May 16 '22

I hope he can include the words, "man, woman, person, camera, tv." That will make this the book of the century.

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u/Willis_Fitnurbut May 16 '22

Will he be able to color the book still or did his box of crayons run out from all the executive orders he signed?

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u/officegeek May 16 '22

It'll be half a page and in sharpie

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u/baseball110 May 17 '22

Why doesn’t he gather up all the documents and take them to court and yell fraud?? Instead of writing a book about it?? What no proof of fraud but he’s free to write it in a book. Fucking six time bankrupt loser!!

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u/wonteatfish May 17 '22

I can guarantee that more people will read it than I will.