Saturday, November 25, 2017

An Invisible Plane, Like You See in the Movies

Via America's most beloved misanthrope, we have the bizarre ramblings of a senile man about cutting-age military hardware:

The Navy, I can tell you, we're ordering ships, with the Air Force i can tell you we're ordering a lot of planes, in particular the F-35 fighter jet, which is like almost like an invisible fighter. I was asking the Air Force guys, I said, how good is this plane? They said, well, sir, you can't see it. I said but in a fight. You know, in a fight, like I watch on the movies. The fight, they're fighting. How good is this? They say, well, it wins every time because the enemy cannot see it. Even if it's right next to them, it can't see it. I said that helps. That's a good thing.

The President probably thinks that 'Wonder Woman' was a documentary:

Amidst all of the foolishness, I was struck by one of the more mundane lines in his rambling jerkemiad:

You know, in a fight, like I watch on the movies.

That's when it hit me... I knew that Trump had more than a bit of Veruca Salt in him, as well as a bit of Augustus Gloop, now I realized that he had a large portion of Mike Teavee in him as well... Trump is pretty much a composite of all of the naughty kids from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory rolled into one... I suspect he'll end up with some sort of two scoops malady. Come to think of it, I'd rather have a blueberry for a daughter than a vulgar talking yam for a president.


Vixen Strangely said...

I just keep thinking, "But if they were invisible, you wouldn't see them in the movies, then, right?"

And then I realize Trump sold America to Russia for magic beans and he's probably peeved he doesn't have a beanstalk yet. He is an archetypal fool.

mikey said...

We've been forced to listen to this idiot for over two years. The fact that he doesn't understand stealth tech is about the two hundred and thirty thousandth stupidest thing he's ever said.

It really doesn't rise to the level of even noticing...

M. Bouffant said...

most beloved misanthrope
Is that an oxymoron?

Also on the F-35 front: 108 U.S F-35s Won’t Be Combat-Capable
$21 billion worth of 'concurrency orphans'

Guess no one will be seeing any of those, either.

Via Comrade Misfit.