A New Pledge of Allegiance

“I pledge allegiance to Lord Trump
of the United Republicans of America,
and to the MAGA for which He leads,
one horde, under Trump, indivisible or death,
in captivity or banishment,
and mob-justice for all.”

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Now the previous Pledge of Allegiance, changed in 1954 by Republican President Eisenhower to include under God, is the pledge most of us Americans are familiar with today and memorized all through our elementary and middle school grades. Many may not know, however, that the Pledge of Allegiance went through another change in 1923 from the original pledge written by socialist minister Francis Bellamy (1855-1931).

After watching sworn testimony today by loyal, Conservative, life-long(?) Republicans who finally remembered late, late in tRump’s four-year term—too late really—their sworn oaths they vowed to uphold which includes the Constitution and its Laws, its legal, checked-and-rechecked and hence accurate elections representing our democracy in action, the eerie thought crossed my mind that the 68-year old Pledge of Allegiance might already be changed by and within the deluded tRump allies and supporters!

Admittedly, I have no proof of this claim as many loyal tRump-lawyers are testifying to the same in the seven (or more) January 6 Select Committee Hearings. Furthermore, with this blog-post I hope you found the humor in my political satire. 😁

Or in the bigger picture is it political satire? 🥺

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7 thoughts on “A New Pledge of Allegiance

    • Grouchy, it is sadly VERY apropos down here in Texas.

      As many Americans which comment frequently on my blog from many states across the country and several of my non-American commenters do too… they’d all be elated if Texas was just swallowed up by Mexico (and their Cartels) and Central American Latinos or Caribbean people. Over the last 30+ years most “new Texans” are overly hyper proud to claim they don’t need Washington D.C. and its “liberal” evilness. Can’t tell you how many times I’ve overheard Texans say this or imply it. 🤦‍♂️

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  1. Thankfully, in Aotearoa there is nothing that approximates a pledge of allegiance, and few school display the national flag. I use the word “thankfully” as kids being kids, any such pledge would be parodied mercilessly. Come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve ever heard the word “patriot” or “patriotism” used in a New Zealand context.

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