Much talk is circulating on the interwebs about President Trump and his assertion that the wheel was invented by an American. Trump made his claim during an interview on CNBC while talking about inventor, Elon Musk. In it, he said:
“…. he’s one of our great geniuses, and we have to protect our geniuses. You know, we have to protect Thomas Edison, and we have to protect all of these people that, uh, came up with, originally, the light bulb and the wheel, and all of these things.”
Liberals across the country are attempting to mock him for this statement, but are they right to do so? Was the wheel, in fact, invented by an American?
Historical records show the wheel in use for the first time approximately 5500 years ago, around 3500 BC. The United States as a nation is less than 250 years old. That’s a 5250 year difference. So how could an American have invented the wheel?
The answer was found by shapely and carnally insatiable historian, Satya Martin, as she poured through ancient Mesopotamian texts.
“Yes, The wheel was invented by an American. In fact, that’s actually put too simply. It was not invented just by an American, but a double American.
The records I found clearly tell the story of a woman from the future who created this wondrous product. This was a time-travelling wizard from the United States who beamed to the Mesopotamian region of 5500 years ago with the sole purpose of bringing this new product to market at a time when she thought it would do the most good. So, because of the evident time travel, the inventor was clearly an American citizen.
The double American comes into play when the inventor’s name is revealed. America Ferrara. Yes, the actress who appeared on the hit sitcom ‘Ugly Betty’ put herself through a tear in space-time in order to benefit mankind. American citizen plus the name America equals double American.
President Trump was not just right. He was super right.”
There you have it. Once again, President Trump comes out on top. He never lies and he’s never wrong.