Trump Gets Pranked April Fool’s Day

Trump Gets Pranked  April Fool’s Day

Terrible weather warning signs throughout Washington D.C. looks very real at first glance. They were fastened to government signs
What a sign

After a closer look-this is a reminder of the effects of the impending global warming, and the literal stabbing of the policy on behalf of Donald Trump. This happened just after Trump signed an executive order that canceled Obama’s clean energy plan, which included coal. Trump Gets Pranked  April Fool’s Day

Earlier this month, leading climate expert Dr. Peter Gleick is urging mass demonstrations against the Trump administration amid denial of global warming. Well, it looks like we have a small start.

The signs warned politicians and passers-by due to bad weather, but … because a man named Adam’s emotions? Someone said “WARNING: ADAM LOVES SHELTER.” Others said, “ADAM REPLACED-PREPARE FOR RAINS AND RELATED SINKHOLES.” And finally, the signs warn that, “ADAM ATTENTION-BEWARE OF TORNADOS TERRORISM.” The signs can be found near the White House, Capitol Hill, and other political monuments around DC Not to mention, around Los Angeles and Chicago.

So who is Adam? And why are these signs popping up in the capital of our country? Adam is the main character of the newly released novel # 1 novel shown by signs: Human Weather, by Sam Hayes (https://www.amazon.com/Weather-Man-Limitless-Pursuit- Happiness / dp / 0997534508 / ref = tmm_pap_swatch_0? _encoding = UTF8 & qid = 1490764343 & sr = 8-1). In the book, Adam’s emotions control the weather, creating a natural disaster when he feels negative emotions.

This novel is the first satire to be president of Trump as president, in the character of “President Douglas Powers,” who was metaphorically introduced as a “bursting trophy,” wearing a gold-plated suit that “must have been horrible, very heavy.” (Full section below). This is Douglas and his government that has only one way to keep Americans safe: keep Adam happy. They send him to The Pursuit of Happiness Project, with permission to have whatever he wants, at any cost. Trump Gets Pranked April Fool’s Day

This book attacks the cruel American Trump’s first philosophy by painting a picture of a beautiful American Trumpian in 2076, then herding it to pieces. This is the 300th anniversary of America – a year in which all the consequences of global warming soon collapse. This is a world where Trump’s treasured, no-cost treasures seem to bring enormous American wealth and power … until the terrible hidden costs come out to play.

In his story, the post-World War II weather conspiracy has so far protected America from the effects of climate change that hit the earth, but through the curse of Adam Anderson, Mother Earth retaliated. The author envisions a technological future in which a very rich America has mastered global warming, but without the knowledge of Americans, it makes the majority of the planet less fortunate to take heavy casualties. This is the same reason that led Pope Francis to ask the world to jointly stop climate change at the Paris Summit – after learning that 50-60% of the warming pollution comes from the richest people on the planet, while the bottom 3 billion contribute 5%, but will experience the worst impacts of climate change. With a 175-nation deal on less pollution, the Paris summit is the biggest win for the environment ever. Now, President Trump plans to withdraw from the deal. And why? For the prosperity of the American people, of course. By sacrificing everyone who sacrifices for the good of the planet, and our children.

It is an unreasonable thought internationally against the “Pursuit of Happiness” pillars of American thought, and a dose of good ignorance about the consequences of our actions against the future of our own country. Ironically, in Hayes’ 2076 imagining those consequences, the only way out of this mess is the same way we do – an immediate and all-American “search for happiness” for the central character of satire. Adam’s constant happiness is the only way. to keep the environment awake, and not as simple as shown by President Powers. This book gives happiness in exams in an existential journey full of natural disasters and attempts to circumvent them, trying to find out whether the happiness is really worthy, or even captured Trump Gets Pranked  April Fool’s Day

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