This Time What Is It?
This is another essay addressing What’s It All About, Alfie. A couple of days ago, the world became aware of a large metal sphere that washed up on a beach in Japan. It has been known by the Japanese bomb disposal police for a month. They cautiously observed the object from a safe distance on Enshuhama Beach near Hamamatsu.
The special demolition force, after much hesitancy, finally ventured closer to the unknown object. They were ready for any possible eventuality. Slowly, the two demolition experts moved closer and closer to the object.
It didn’t take long for the special investigation group of the Japanese government to determine that it wasn’t a Godzilla’s egg. Even with a cursory glance, one could tell that the shapes weren’t identical.
As a consequence, they ventured ever closer to the object.
Relieved, the investigating team returned with some special x-ray equipment.
After exhausting their choices to determine precisely what this object was, the Japanese government called our Defense Department for assistance. Initially, our government thought that it was part of a UFO.
Along with the video, our government sent an enhanced photo of the radar, which provided a much clearer picture of the UFO.
While the Japanese government continues to definitively identify the object, I got an email from my insider’s source at Trump’s Florida White House at Mar-o-Lago. My source found this while walking on the beach near Trump’s abode. He told me it was the phone that Trump used when he called Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s Secretary of State.
Trump told Raffensperger, “What I want to do is this. I just want to find, uh, 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have, because we won the state.”
I thanked my insider at Mar-o-Lago but asked him why Trump would try to deep-six his phone. My source said that Trump was fearful that Jack Smith, the DOJ’s Special Counsel, might send the FBI again to Mar-o-Lago looking for the phone. Trump is considering denying that he called Raffensperger and didn’t want the phone around as evidence.