Folks, this really happened. pic.twitter.com/EviEJCGvs7
— John Whitehouse (@existentialfish) August 21, 2020
So, a few months back, Steve Bannon joked about how he and his literal partner in crime at the “Build the Wall” crowd-funding campaign were taking all of the money and living large on a yacht in the Mediterranean:
Welcome back and this is Stephen K. Bannon. We’re off the coast of Saint-Tropez in southern France, in the Mediterranean. We’re on the million-dollar yacht of Brian Kolfage. Brian Kolfage — who took all that money from Build The Wall.
No, we’re actually in Sunland Park, New Mexico.
Now that Bannon and Kolfage have been arrested on fraud charges related to the effort, Bannon while he was LITERALLY onboard a plush mega-yacht, I’m thinking that this joke has not aged well.
Charlie, my son, and sometime standup comic, disagrees. He thinks that this joke has aged like fine wine.
Maybe he and I should split the difference, and say that it aged like fine wHine.
Am I a bad person for hoping he drops the soap in the shower?
Yes, you are. Prison rape is never acceptable.
Personally, I ascribe to the Billy Ray Valentine philosophy, "You know, it occurs to me that the best way you hurt rich people is by turning them into poor people."
In my less enlightened moments, I no longer wish cancer on people, but only because I wish Fatal Familial Insomnia, because it is way worse."