Trump Lawyer, Joe DiGenova broke down and cried like a baby in front of a Washington Post Reporter after being stripped of his membership in the elite Gridiron Club.
According to the Post, DiGenova was asked to resign his membership due to the alleged comments he made about Cyber security official Christopher Krebs while on the Howie Carr show on Newsmax TV. Krebs asserted that the election was secure and free of widespread fraud, for which he was fired by the president and earned the undying hatred of his fringe following.
DiGenova took umbrage with the assertion, making the following statement on Newsmax TV:
“Anybody who thinks the election went well, like that idiot Krebs, he should be drawn and quartered and then taken out at dawn and shot ( and then have his remains flushed down the John, because he’s a big pile of doody for saying that ).”
He told the Post that his comments were meant to be sarcastic and in jest.
“I would never wish harm on anybody, let alone, Mr. Krebs. I would never suggest anybody be drawn and quartered, shot, and then flushed like a turd. I remember once when I was a kid I fushed a pet goldfish, and I cried and cried because he was my best friend. And then I cried again when my brother gave me a swirly because I was curious to know what it felt like to be flushed. So, I could never hurt a fly, let alone another person.
“This was nothing more than hyperbole in a political discourse,” he continued. “( People are so willing to believe the worst in you when you’re obviously just fooling around.”
He said that he and his wife had received threatening phone calls, and have had to hire private security.
“( People were calling us at all hours of the night threatening to flush us down our own john. Some threatened to flush my wife Victoria, while they forced me to watch. Then, for good measure, they would flush me. Others threatened to give me swirlies. And some perverts even threatened to give our dog, Bruno, a swirly. That’s when I contacted the FBI and hired private security. No one’s ever going to give me another swirly as long as I live. It was a humiliating experience ).”
The president of the Gridiron club told the Post:
“( We were dismayed at his talk of drawing, quartering and then shooting somebody who disagrees with and feels he has a duty to correct the President’s misinformation. But what is even more dismaying was his talk of flushing someone like a piece of s***. That wasn’t the least bit funny. It was disgusting ). This is a social club – we’re all about fellowship and goodwill, ( not flushing people down the toilet ).”
DiGenova said he feels no ill will toward the club.
“It’s their club, and we’re at a strange time in American history,” he said. “And I guess I was cancelled.”
He hung his head and wept, his shoulders heaving. Snot dibbled down his lips.
“There, there, poor fella,” the reporter said, patting him on the shoulder. “I’m sure president Trump will give you a job in the White House, until Joe Biden comes in and cancels you again.”