Fake president finally visits ballgame — crowd chants, “Lock him up! Lock him up!”

❝ He started the day with cheers and ended it with jeers. Hours after announcing the death of one of the world’s most notorious terrorists, President Trump found little love at the World Series.

❝ In his first appearance at a Major League Baseball game since taking office, Mr. Trump was not invited to throw the first pitch when he showed up Sunday night at Game 5 between the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros. Instead, when he was shown on the stadium’s large screen, the crowd booed robustly and began chanting, “Lock him up!” In the upper decks, fans held up a giant “Impeach Trump!” banner.

Sometimes, you get what you deserve.

3 thoughts on “Fake president finally visits ballgame — crowd chants, “Lock him up! Lock him up!”

  1. Mickey says:

    “You’ve got to be very careful if you don’t know where you are going, because you might not get there.” Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra (1925~2015)

  2. A cat can look at a king says:

    A Washington Nationals fan is going viral after footage showed him dropping the F-bomb on live television and blasting President Trump as an “asshole” shortly after his team’s World Series win on Wednesday. https://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/468286-fan-blasts-trump-on-live-tv-as-asshole-in-the-white-house-after
    In footage of the moment, which happened during a segment on Fox 5 DC, reporter Sue Palka could be seen asking the unidentified man about his thoughts on the team’s victory.
    “I think this is huge for D.C.,” the man responds, with a beer bottle in hand. “D.C. needed this. We got some asshole in the f—— White House.” https://twitter.com/xmasape/status/1189770384645787648

  3. LOOGY says:

    Washington Nationals pitcher Sean Doolittle on declining White House invite: ‘I don’t want to hang out with somebody who talks like that’ https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2019/11/01/sean-doolittle-declining-white-house-invite-i-dont-want-hang-out-with-somebody-who-talks-like-that/
    ““There’s a lot of things, policies that I disagree with, but at the end of the day, it has more to do with the divisive rhetoric and the enabling of conspiracy theories and widening the divide in this country. My wife and I stand for inclusion and acceptance, and we’ve done work with refugees, people that come from, you know, the ‘shithole countries,’ ” Doolittle said, mimicking when Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador and African nations as “shithole countries” in a January 2018 meeting.
    “At the end of the day, as much as I wanted to be there with my teammates and share that experience with my teammates, I can’t do it,” Doolittle continued. “I just can’t do it.”
    …“I feel very strongly about his issues on race relations,” Doolittle said, and he listed the Fair Housing Act, the Central Park Five and Trump’s comments following a white supremacist rally in 2017. He also mentioned that his wife, Eireann Dolan, has two mothers who are very involved in the LGBTQ community.
    “I want to show support for them. I think that’s an important part of allyship, and I don’t want to turn my back on them,” Doolittle said. “I have a brother-in-law who has autism, and [Trump] is a guy that mocked a disabled reporter. How would I explain that to him that I hung out with somebody who mocked the way that he talked, or the way that he moves his hands? I can’t get past that stuff.”

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