Our red baseball cap just got valuable!

Thank you Alvin Bragg, Stormy, and #45!

Bathed in low-UV light in an honored place in the Museum of Curios and Oddities here at Stately Blaska Manor is a red baseball cap that reads, “Make America Horny Again.” It’s a takeoff on the MAGA caps popularized by a once and possibly future President of the United States of America. Who may find housing with a Secret Service agent — suit, dark glasses and an earpiece — in the Big House, only it won’t be white. (It’s still public housing.)

We are posting the cap on E-Bay to gauge market interest until PBS Antiques Roadshow appraisers return to Madison WI. You want provenance? Stormy Daniels herself signed it and dedicated it “To David.” She even crossed out the word “Horny” and substituted “Sexy.” 

Good thing Ms. Daniels did not write “to Donald” or the district attorney for New York County might seize the cap (size, adjustable) as material evidence in his criminal prosecution of President #45. If we know The Donald, he will demand his perp walk be carried live on pay per view. (Operators are standing by to post his bail.)

The poor bastard who gave up his billionaire lifestyle to Make America Great Again is in enough legal trouble. The Stormy Daniels case is probably the weakest of the four or five criminal cases lined up for takeoff like smoky TWA DC-10s at Idlewild. But Alvin gets Bragg-ing rights for being first-est with the least-est.

One of the faceless bureaucrats at the Werkes thinks he should have been a lawyer. He says Alvin Bragg’s case is weak because it is hard to understand. May not matter. For the same reason Republican legislators want to take court challenges out of Dane County WI. As in New York City, Madison jurors would convict a pumpkin if it was Republican. (Or anything orange.)

Best as we can figure the Manhattan case, Ms. Daniels’ very famous horizontal client wrote off hush money as legal fees, which he channeled through his lawyer during the 2016 presidential campaign to cover up his high-priced joy ride years earlier. (X-rated flow charts with arrows would help.) All we can say is $130,000 is some expensive nookie!

Here we thought that when you are rich and famous they let you do whatever you want, even grab them by the … OUCH!

Then again, the star of motion picture classics like Pornucopia and Knocked Up, and author of Stormy Trumps All doesn’t come cheap (if she does at all).

At this point (assuming the reader hasn’t broken for a cold shower) you may wonder how Blaska obtained this autographed MAHA cap. Keep wondering. We’re like Stormy, we don’t give it away. (We accept Venmo, PayPal, and Stripe.)

Blaska’s Bottom Line: Platinum+ Werkes subscribers get first bidding rights. No low balling! (Heh heh!) We know what we have!

What’s YOUR price?


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7 Responses to Our red baseball cap just got valuable!

  1. One Eye says:

    PHMDC contact tracer will be in touch with you shortly. Can’t be too careful with syphilis!

    Liked by 1 person

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  3. Bill Cleary says:

    The thing that I find really scary in all of this is former Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi remark on: “No one is above the law, and everyone has the right to a trial to prove innocence,” she added. “Hopefully, the former President will peacefully respect the system, which grants him that right.”


    Many people have rightfully pointed out that in our system it is you are innocent until the government proves that you are guilty. Not guilty until you prove that you are innocent.

    Now I have a question. How many people like Nancy Pelosi, Joe and Hunter Biden and others in government have the knowledge and vote on who will produce the things that you and I are required to use, paid for by our tax dollars?


    Got a lot of insider trading going on?

    Just wondering.

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    • Mordecai The Red says:

      Presumption of innocence, like due process, has been shown to be an inconvenient obstacle to leftists when it comes to achieving their political ends. That is why they are quick to trample both in areas where they are not legally required, as illustrated by kangaroo courts in our universities, workplaces, and on the Senate Judiciary Committee. A person who would so readily toss out these tenets of modern, civilized justice in areas not bound by the Constitution would almost certainly do the same elsewhere if the force of law wasn’t an issue. Ironic that many justify these actions in the name of decency.

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      • Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

        Bravo Indigo November Golf Oscar!

        Posted to Caffeinated Politics:

        SanFranNan: “The Grand Jury has acted upon the facts and the law,” […] No one is above the law, and EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO A TRIAL TO_PROVE_INNOCENCE (bolds/caps/italics mine)

        The reaction of a self-anointed history buff to an Idiot Savant/top ranking democrat (but The Gotch repeats himself) making a statement which is a staggering violation of THE bedrock principle of our legal system: Breathtakingly idiotic faux pas, or a Fascist Totalitarian Lefty (forgive the redundancy) just saying the quiet part out loud?

        Thank you in advance.

        The Gotch

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        • Mordecai The Red says:

          A Freudian slip perhaps, but Pelosi just said what everyone else knows she thinks. I’m more worried about those who think the same but are better at hiding it.

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  4. markakoch says:

    ugh, bid 5 bucks


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