Because apparently running a global, multi-billion dollar company that’s essentially a monopoly makes you an expert on small business. Makes perfect sense.
Putting Linda McMahon in charge of small business is like…putting Charlotte Flair—who slapped the stylin’ and profilin’ straight out of her father, Ric Flair, on Raw this week—in charge of family initiatives.
Or putting the New Day in charge of the Food and Drug Administration because they came out of a giant cereal box at Wrestlemania.
Or putting Broken Matt Hardy in charge of Predator strikes because he’s got a little drone buddy.
Or putting Santino Marella in his Santina “Miss Wrestlemania” gear and tasking him with advocating for women.
Or asking Seth Rollins to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure because he’s the architect of the Shield.
Or making Roman Reigns your speech writer.
Or making the Miz your ambassador to France because he’s married to a French Canadian. Yes, he’s awesome. It doesn’t matter.
Or making Finn Balor Secretary of Transportation because he used to ride another wrestler to the ring in Japan.
I could go on and on and on, but you get the point. Like most other things the Big Orange Blumpkin does, the McMahon appointment doesn’t make a whole heck of a lot of sense. Yes, she’s successful and she seems like a good person, but come on. Is a subject matter expert too much to ask for? And if you voted for that terd gobbler, remember: you brought the pending storm of half-assed Scott Colby blog posts bitching about him upon yourselves. May God have mercy on your souls.