Kevin McCarthy’s own words come back to haunt him.
Can we implement the 25th? I fear it takes too long.
We’ve got to get Trump out the door; encourage his swan song.
Let him remain in office? I don’t think we can afford it.
(This conversation’s hush-hush, so nobody should record it.)
The mob that stormed the Capitol? Those Proud Boys looked ferocious.
I’ve had it with this guy; what he has done here is atrocious.
This vicious insurrection – an attack that Trump incited.
(There’s audio of what I said? No worries – I’ll deny it.)
Impeachment is an option, but I fear that it’s divisive.
I’m leading by example here – my technique: indecisive.
Removing Trump from office will take time and isn’t elegant.
(And then of course the MAGA crowd’s the tail that wags the elephant.)
I think I’ll call Joe Biden to promote a smooth transition;
a pledge of firm allegiance from the loyal opposition.
I’ll call Trump on the telephone and urge him to resign.
(Unless, of course, that’s risky – then I’ll get right back in line.)
Perhaps we’ll find, as time has passed, there was no need to panic:
Trump’s actions, though abhorrent, have now also proved galvanic.
For one bright New York minute I spoke out as a truth-seeker.
(But that’s been overcome by my desire to be House Speaker.)
Let bygones stay as bygones; I was mad for a split second,
but the lust to stay in power proved too strong: that craving beckoned.
I’ve embraced Trump once again and claim the man is quite endearing.
(Now the only thing to fear is what comes out in next month’s hearings.)
Your rhyming reaches new heights with McCarthy’s despicable lows.
McCarthy is Daffy…