Donald Trump cannot tell the truth. Literally, the man is incapable of telling the truth.
In May 2017, we wrote about Trump's biggest lie to date (HERE), and in June 2017, we wrote about the need for multiple Trump "Presidential" Lie-braries (HERE).
Recently we even rated Trump's Top Ten Lies (HERE). However, after we made that list, we remembered other equally significant lies.
After some events from the past week, it dawned on us that even our augmented list of Top Ten lies did not include a HUGE whopper of Trump's -- the one in which he claimed he would "drain the swamp." Nothing could be further from the truth. In reality, Trump has ascended to a malodorous throne as Swamp King. The swamp has never been swampier. The swamp has never been filled with such a putrid swarm of swamp critters. The swamp has never been more foul.
Trump's swampy swampland that is swampier than the swampiest swamp of swampiness called to mind a couple of prophetic lines by Emmett Lee Dickinson, "With him who has a Callous heart / The swamp will stink in Ruin," (below on the left). Dickinson's cotemplation inspired third cousin Emily to pen her lines that begin "To him who keeps an Orchis' heart" (below on the right).
By Emmett Lee Dickinson:
With him who has a Callous heart –
The swamp will stink in Ruin.
By Emily Dickinson:
To him who keeps an Orchis' heart –
The swamps are pink with June.