A few weeks ago we wrote morbidly about how formerly respectable news organizations had sacked their own credibility in order to get one guy at any cost. So apparently it’s now perfectly normal to have an interview with a porn star posted everywhere like it’s real news. But man, things got even more out of hand afterwards.
Next they drug out the widely known Psilon smuggler, scoundrel, slave labor proprietor, jai-alai extraordinaire, and amateur bridge player Erga Uticus for the backstory of his past interactions with Trump. If you missed this segment, not to worry, below’s a snippet. For the complete transcript, just write to us, and please make sure to include your credit card info, because producing publications isn’t cheap:
The Arcturus Project – Erga Uticus Interview Transcript
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60 Minutes: So what you’re saying it is was difficult to work with him?
Erga Uticus: Oh, you have no idea. I’ve dealt with some weird creatures before. Do you have any idea how hard it is to fence goods via a Silicoid arms dealer? But Trump, he was the worst.
60M: You were burdened?
EU: I was burdened.
60M: Do you regret working with him?
EU: Well, that’s difficult to explain. I mean, I got paid, man did I get fucking paid, but I just don’t know if it was worth the effort. The guy bleeds you, he makes you scrape every dollar out of him. Don’t get me wrong, I respect, gotta respect a man who knows how to gut the guy at the other end of the table, but by The Emperor’s blessing it’s just too much work.
60M: What did you think when you heard he was elected our president?
EU: You gotta understand, where I come from the rules are different. I figured (in my own mindset) he’d liquidate all his enemies overnight. He’d have a pile of skulls dumped on the White House lawn by morning. But, then I remembered you all have different rules out here.
60M: I see.
EU: Then I thought he would rig the game to funnel cash to his own business interests at the expense of the little guy. But then I realized that every businessman already does that anyway, so it was kind of a mute point.
60M: That’s very true.