Continuing its segue into comical-sarcastic digital ads, the Lincoln Project’s latest work “Nationalist Geographic” depicts the Chief Executive Demagogue as “Impotus Americanus,” a “narcissistic sociopath” who feasts on “human souls.”

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The narrator further describes Trump as:

  • “A ruddy orange color not found in nature.”
  • “Once an alpha predator, this elderly specimen now weighs somewhat over 300 pounds due to its diet of fast food.”
  • “In its youth, it pursued females with other predators like Molestus Epstein.”
  • “Now it focuses on exploiting its home territory, the United States.”
  • “A master of deception.”
  • “Most corrupt of its species.”
  • “Its tweeted cries of anger are meant to distract its prey from its failures as the leader of its pack.”
  • “Endangered this November due to its own incompetence and failure.”

Voters need to put Impotus Americanus out to the electorally defeated pasture 94 days from now on November 3, 2020.

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