Saturday, April 15, 2017


Will Watson throw a red rose or two into that carriage as King Trump passes by waving his hand to the plebs and prols cheering and applauding the current ruling member of the British royal family that engineered WW1 and WW2?

And perhaps blood-drinking, neo-Confederate General Alex Jones will join Watson too?

President Trump has requested a ride with Queen Elizabeth II in a gold-plated carriage during his visit to the United Kingdom this October, according to a report by The Times of London.

The tradition of world leaders taking a carriage ride along the mall from the Royal Mews to Buckingham Palace with the Queen is not entirely unusual.

The decision has not yet been confirmed, and aspects of Trump's visit are still in flux.

While President Obama chose not to ride in such a carriage during his U.K. visit, other world leaders — including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Chinese President Xi Jinping — have taken such carriage rides during state visits.

Obama chose to use a bullet- and bomb-proof car during his visit. While the carriage is well protected by nearby security and has some protective features, security officials say it is more risky and more vulnerable than other options.

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