Trump likens Animal Slaughter to a Nice Round of Golf

Atlantic City, New Jersey-  Donald Trump was recently asked about his Son’s predilection for killing rare creatures for sport. ” My sons are hunters, Eric is a hunter and I would say he puts it on a par with golf, if not ahead of golf. My other son, Don, is a hunter. They’re great marksman, great shots, they love it, I, em, like golf.” That he does.
Animal rights groups were immediately up in arms about Trump comparing wounding an animal, letting it wander for close to two days, and then killing, dissecting it, and posing for pictures. The inability to understand the difference between taking life for please and knocking around balls to humiliate your friends is staggering. Both may be called “sport”, but that is an antiquated way of thinking. Forcible Sex (Rape) was once called by the moniker of: “Sport” in the not so distant American past. So it might seem inconceivable in the 21st century that even an over  privileged White guy would fail to see the difference between his, and his son’s favorite pass times. That was until it was revealed how Mr. Trump “plays” golf.
“I like movies, the old ones are the best.” He is reported to have said in another interview. “Black and White movies, like, em, ‘The Most Dangerous Game’, they don’t make ’em like that anymore.” But they do.  And so, it seems does the Donald.

"Knocking out 70's TV stars is such a hoot, and at 250K a pop, I'm helping the economy" - sez Trump
“Knocking out 70’s TV stars is such a hoot, and at 250K a pop, I’m helping these guys out!” – sez Trump

Scuzzfeed has obtained this exclusive shot of him playing Golf with friends. The objective: to knock out 1970’s television stars. “Routinely sinking small round spheres into flagged holes can get tedious, but taking out moving targets, that’s a game of skill. ” Donald Trump chuckles “Well, some of them qualify as moving targets.”
We have an idea for Mr. Trump, perhaps he’d like to travel to Antarctica and putt a few into one of those huge holes–the one’s that lead to the dinosaurs subterranean cities. Now that’s Sport!

-Kenneth Kenbow