Over the course of the last year, there have been no shortages of threats and death wishes made against President Donald J. Trump. The latest was made by faded Rockstar Morrissey who given the opportunity said he would kill the US president at the push of a button.
Some have been meek and uttered in the privacy of homes on the coasts. New Yorkers quietly mumbling to themselves about what they’d do in a room alone with the man. Californians littering their secret desire of the demise of The Donald with Valley accents and the all too frequent misuse of the word “like”.
Other threats were much more tangible: The young man at a Trump rally who attempted to wrestle a gun away from a police officer to shoot the president. The litany of fence jumpers at the White House, some of whom were able to scamper about