Sunday, September 6, 2020

There Is No Bottom

 From Barbie Latza Nadeau at the Daily Beast:

"While strolling around the lavish ambassador’s residence in Paris, he reportedly took a fancy to a number of pieces of artwork, including a bust of Benjamin Franklin and some Greek mythical figurines. So he ordered them removed from the residence and packed into Air Force One and brought to the White House, according to Bloomberg. White House spokesman Judd Deere confirmed the poaching, telling Bloomberg, “The president brought these beautiful, historical pieces, which belong to the American people, back to the United States to be prominently displayed in the People’s House.”

He is not above out and out grand theft, the stolen goods having an estimated value of $750,000.  That is in addition to the blatant act of bullying someone who he thought had no ability to resist his criminal behavior.

Yup, that is the President our country now has- a common thief.   


Anonymous said...

I read in anotherreport of this outrage that the pieces he stole were "replica's" so are the copies worth this amount of money?

Green Eagle said...

Replicas? That would make him a fool as well as a thief.