Trump Claims Noise From Wind Farms Cause Cancer: During an especially bizarre meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the Oval Office, President Donald Trump repeatedly used the word “oranges” instead of the term “origins” - and then, moved on to falsely claim that the noise from wind turbines cause cancer.
Gee, Trump confused the word origins with oranges? Now I don’t wanna sound critical, but this guy’s starting to make the language-impaired George W. Bush look like frigg’in Shakespeare. In his defense though, the White House is now claiming the President most likely used the word “orange” after he became distracted by his own image in the mirror across from his table.
Adding to that, we now have Trump also claiming that windmills cause cancer. Which is quite interesting coming from a guy who refuses to believe that asbestos causes mesothelioma. Personally, I suspect what concerns Mr Trump about windmills is not really cancer, but the possibility that the air from the windmills might mess up and/or blow off whatever that damn thing is which is setting on top of his big, fat, orange head.
Of course, Trump has also been busy lately pointing out that wind turbines are useless as a reliable power source because the "wind doesn't always blow.” OK, I’ll concede that you can’t always depend on the wind. That said, there is one thing that involves air that you can always depend upon - Trump’s leadership will always suck.