A week ago today, you may recall, failed, one-term, twice-impeached former President Donald Trump attended Game Four of the 2021 World Series in Atlanta, even though just a few months earlier he’d urged his supporters to boycott Major League Baseball for pulling the All-Star Game from Georgia after the state general assembly passed a restrictive piece of voting legislation meant to make it harder for people in the Peach State to cast a ballot.
While he was at the game, Trump did the tomahawk chop and pretended to be enjoying himself, though he was probably ready to leave five minutes after he arrived. After all, he needed to find the nearest McDonald’s and inhale seven or eight Big Macs.
But the other thing Trump did while at the baseball game was sign a ball for a kid who had requested an autograph. The ex-president pulled out his Sharpie pen, signed the ball, and then tossed it back to the young man.
And that’s when things went bad. See, the ball hit the kid right in the skull, and since it had been tossed from overhead (where Trump was watching the game in a luxury box seat) it could have given the boy a concussion. Take a look at the video, which has gone viral:
Now this wouldn’t be such a big deal had Trump not once bragged about what a stellar baseball player he was in college, remarking:
Uh-huh. Sure thing, Dotard Don. The only talent Clown Prince Donald ever had is spending other people’s money and not paying them back.
Cue the well-deserved mockery from the Twitter gallery:
Next time, Donnie should just watch the game on TV so he can stuff his fat face with pizza and KFC for a few hours. That’s his idea of recreation.