BILLINGSGATE POST: A horse’s head is a horse’s head, of course, of course. If this ain’t news, I will eat your shorts.
Some two months ago it was reported that Mafiosa lioness, the notorious Bugseye Pelosi, dumped a horse’s head on the bed of Donald Trump. This was to remind President Trump of what happens when you cross a Sicilian crime family.
Right out of the Mario Puzo novel, “The Godfather,” this scene was one of the most iconic in film history. The eponymously named movie won an Academy Award for best movie in 1972.
Bring in Flyface. Flyface was formerly the consigliere for Gotham City career criminal, Willie the Fifth, before joining the Trump campaign as a crowd control emissary. He wasn’t called “Flyface,” for nothing. Exactly. Because of the hundreds of flies hovering around his head, he could break up a disorderly crowd in seconds. No one likes flies. And Trump didn’t like it when his speeches were interrupted by liberal snowflakes. When Flyface appeared on the scene to break up a conflagration, his flies took over and did his bidding.
Not until he utilized his ACME Bug Zapper did he get any respect. Tired of having to admonish Willie the Fifth for calling him “Flyface,” he jumped on the chance to rid himself of these nasty pests. Asked why he resorted to zapping the hovering flies, he responded: “That’s where the action is.”
And that is why President Trump assigned Flyface to get rid of an equally nasty pest; Bugseye Pelosi.