By
Ryan E.
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December 11, 2022

Biden's Merchant Of Death Trade For Lanky Basketball Player Being Criticized

Joe Biden is in contention for a lot of "worst ever" awards after only two years in office.

His latest "worst ever?"

The worst trade ever.

Forget about when the Minnesota Vikings traded half of their team and all of their draft picks for Herschel Walker.

Forget about the Denver Broncos giving the farm for Russell Wilson, who's been one of the league's worst quarterbacks in 2022.

This deal was even worse than the one the Boston Red Sox made when they traded Babe Ruth for $100,000 and a loan to finance a musical entitled No, No, Nanette.

We're of course talking about the deal that Joe Biden recently made to send convicted international arms dealer Viktor Bout back to Russia in return for Vladimir Putin letting Brittney Griner out of her drug smuggling charges.

Griner, a tall lesbian most famous for missing back-to-back dunks on an ESPN segment in which there were no defenders, was arrested in February when she tried to bring illegal drugs into Russia.

Because of her LGBT status, the White House did a huge public relations effort to show America how great they were for getting her back.

There's just a couple problems: Bout is so dangerous that he's named THE MERCHANT OF DEATH. Now he's free. Also, why are we so eager to get Griner back? Aren't there more important Americans out there, like Marine Paul Whelan?

Unfortunately for Whelan, he's just a national hero. Griner has the benefit of being a black lesbian. Let's get that vote home.

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