Just when you thought things couldn’t get any weirder, we read the that the talk show host Stephen Colbert has written a children’s book based on President Trump’s visit to North Carolina in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.

Colbert’s book is based around Trump’s attempt to add a little levity to an already grim (to say the least) situation:

Trump crossed the street to a small brick house, where he stopped to greet an older man in the T-shirt. Behind the house, a large yacht had washed ashore and was shipwrecked against the wooden deck.

He gazed at the yacht, saying, “Is this your boat?” The owner said no. Trump turned and replied with smile, “At least you got a nice boat out of the deal.”

Colbert explains:

“You might recall that Donald Trump’s visit to North Carolina after the hurricane did not comfort everyone,” Colbert said before describing the president’s fascination with one particular boat that had washed ashore. “He made so many kind of odd comments about that boat that as a joke — ha ha — we turned all of those comments into a children’s book made up entirely of quotes of Trump touring hurricane damage.”

That’s the thing about these liberal comedians—everything’s a joke, until it’s not. They–and only they– get to decide what’s funny. For Colbert to market this attempt to embarrass the president as children’s book is –in my opinion –sick. I’m proud to say I’ve never watched a second of Colbert’s late night show and now I’n certain I never will.