I see you Charles M. Blow. In your New York Times editorial “Impeach the Malignant Fraudster,” I paused to consider why you chose the words “malignant fraudster” to describe the Teflon Cheeto.

Impeach the MF! Yass. Malignant fraudster. It is not the first turn of phrase that came to my mind, but it fits.

Thank you.

That is all.

Spam footnote: Spam is a four-letter word that needs no censorship and in my opinion, is the perfect substitute for the more pedestrian four-letter words. For example, bullspam! We know what’s really behind that spam.