New York Post:

America isn’t just seeing less of Mike Pompeo because the Trump administration is no longer in the White House. We are seeing less of the former secretary of state because there is literally less of him — 90 pounds, to be exact.

I could go the rest of my life without ever reading another “clever,” line like the above from some “journalist”.

The former director of the CIA has faced a lot of challenging situations in his long career, but he hesitates to talk about his weight loss because of a nagging fear he will put all the pounds he lost back on. But, in an exclusive interview with The Post, he revealed how he did it and why.

Bit of a weird thing to brag about, no? Electoral politics with donor approved parties always gives off the impression of being tabloid drama for a slightly different crowd. This sort of seems like ripping the mask off and going all the way. Maybe next we can focus on Mike Pompeo’s horoscope and astrological sign. Tell me more who this formerly obese psychopath is dating. I want the names of those rentboys pronto.

It all started on June 14, 2021, when Pompeo stepped on the scale and saw he was just pounds away from 300 for the first time in his life.

The next morning, he said, he woke up and told his wife, Susan: “Today is the day.”

The results are undeniable, but losing 90 lbs, at the age of 58 no less, is quite the accomplishment. I wonder what sorts of surgeries or appetite suppressants he took to achieve these results.

“I started exercising, not every day, but nearly every day, and eating right and the weight just started to come off,” he said.

Pompeo, 58, said he invested in a home gym in his basement with some dumbbells and an elliptical machine, where The Post photographed him this week. “I tried to get down there five, six times a week and stay at it for a half-hour or so. And that was nothing scientific. There was no trainer, there was no dietician. It was just me.”

Gone were the cheeseburgers, carbs and sugary treats that lingered beside his computer as he worked long into the night — or traveled with him on long flights across the world.

But the change in diet hasn’t changed family restaurant traditions — IHOP is still the Pompeos’ favorite, but rather than ordering stacks of pumpkin pancakes smothered in syrup, the former secretary now chooses much healthier fare.

“We still go there as a family — it’s important to not take those traditions away. Now we get egg whites and turkey bacon,” he said.

He lost 90 lbs in six months just through a home built gym that he worked out in five or six times per week, and eating slightly smaller portions. That’s absolutely incredible. And when I say that, I mean not credible. As in I don’t believe this lying psychopath who may well have been the shittiest member of the Trump administration, heavy competition though there was.

“I put on almost a hundred pounds over the course of 10, 11 years — years that coincided with my foot injury — so I told myself that was the reason I gained so much weight,” he said, adding that nothing specific happened to his foot. “The joint just wore out.”

And yet that same foot is miraculously completely fine when he decides to lose a hundred pounds in six months. Right. 

Meanwhile, Pompeo said he hopes his journey will inspire others struggling with obesity to lose weight. “It is hard, and it’s not permanent. There’s no guarantees that I’ll still be at whatever I weigh now, but if you realize that good things can happen if you keep at it, you can do it as well.”

Sounds like the kind of feel good bullshit that someone angling for a Presidential Campaign puts out there to get sympathy. “See, I used to be a fat slob like the average American, so I know how hard your struggle can be. But also, I solved that problem so I’m not sad and gross to look at.” It’s the best of both worlds.

Another social media rumor is that Pompeo dropped the pounds to gear up for a presidential run in 2024. He laughs at the suggestion.

“The truth is, I’m really getting ready for 2044 and hoping I’ll be around in 2054.”

2028 Presidential Campaign all but confirmed. Hell, he might even have a go at 2024. You never know what these psychopaths are going to do, but you can rule out whatever they say and pick from the most likely remaining options.

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