David Granger the I- President

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Dear Editor,

Apparently the marabuntas have just stung the PNC CEC up the backside, awakening them to the danger within their Congress.

For it is obvious to all and sundry that Mr. Granger has turned into a PNC Rambo, of the last blood genotype. Let’s face the hard facts, Mr. Granger was the one firing and missing all the shots during the election impasse, with total disregard to better sharpshooters but dissenting voices. And he didn’t even attempt to hide his one man army status. Like an ophthalmologist he seemed only focused on eyes. I have full confidence in the rouge Chairwoman of GECOM. I have confidence in the Courts. I have faith in the conniving Americans. I know Caricom is our best interlocutors. I support the OAS. I have credence in the Commonwealth judgment. I trust the meddling ABC&E ambassadors. I don’t have confidence in the people who have elected me.

And I tell you this, the disaster of a President has more eyes than the monarch butterfly, which counts 1200. And all were on full display on August 2nd, 2020. I have accepted the invalid votes and who not happy with I decision will not be the I and I MP.


Indeed, for a second I thought I was in deep visual hallucination when I was the only one seeing and calling out the I and I but now I have the full support of the CEC who have had enough of Mr. Granger solitary itating and have hired Cristiano Ronaldo, at nominal fee, to kick him out. I sense this heading straight to the courts but the question is, at the end of the process, will the i-President still have confidence in the political judges.


Dr Mark Devonish MBBS MSc. Med. Ed. FRCP(Edin)  FRCP
Consultant Acute Medicine
Nottingham University Hospital

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