Thousands of angry protesters against ‘El Naranja Presidente’ took to the streets of Washington to protest the longest running government shutdown.
In solidarity, the people of Venezuela said they would do what they could to help the US topple a ‘corrupt regime’ and a President who had got less votes than his opponent. Further support for their action came in the shape of a statement which appeared across social media platforms purporting to be from the legendary Man From Del Monte who said a very definite and categorical ‘No’.
Despite suffering their own political turmoil, Venezuelans have said they are willing to help stage a coup against President Trump: ‘We will bring democracy and liberty to America and this has nothing to do with their rich oil reserves. Although Texas is clearly part of Caracas’.
The first steps in a coup are to seize state media or, in this case, Mr. Trump’s twitter-feed. Ironically, Black Ops were sent to spread lies and undermine Mr. Trump, but discovered he was already doing a ‘bang up job’ himself.
Mr. Trump has long been a divisive figure, proposing a severe socialist agenda; whereby everyone pays an equal share for his wall, his tax bill and his hush-money to porn actresses. In a bold move, President Maduro declared Hillary Rodham Clinton interim US President – but even he failed to keep a straight face.