For those of you missed it this weekend, Donald Trump proclaimed himself to be a “stable genius.”
How does this impact the Multiracial Community, you ask? Well, for one thing, like people of all races and ethnicities, Multiracial Community members are, in the wake of Mr. Trump’s announcement, wondering just what would compel someone to announce that they are a “genius” and not just a “genius” but a “genius.” Of course, the first thing that leaps to mind is that the person making the proclamation so doubts his status as “stable” so disbelieves that he is smart (let alone a genius), that to overcompensate he announces his genius from the rafters. Indeed, if Mr. Trump really believed what he said, one wonders whether he’d really feel a need to say it.
Thus, as rational people, we should assume that Mr. Trump doesn’t believe what he says, which then begs the question — to what links will he go in an effort to prove he’s “stable” and a “genius?”
This brings to mind another “genius” of our time, Wile E. Coyote, another self-proclaimed “genius” who used manifest different ways that was genius, but, which, ultimately demonstrated that he was anything but. This was especially well illustrated by the fact that the target of his genius machinations — the Road Runner — always escaped.
What does this mean for Mr. Trump? Will he chase after immigrants only to have an anvil drop on his head? Will he pursue North Korea only to find that he’s run himself right off a cliff? Will he see a tunnel through a solid obstacle (like a mountainside) and run smack into it because it’s only just a mural of a tunnel?
The potentials for mishaps are myriad. Especially given the level of “genius” exhibited by Donald T.
For now, let’s just hope he doesn’t accidentally light some rockets.