Funny Tweet On Clinton’s New Book Gets Retweeted By Trump As Haters Start To Warm Up To Him

Funny Tweet On Clinton’s New Book Gets Retweeted By Trump As Haters Start To Warm Up To Him

Trump dominated social media during last year’s election. The most important rule to follow online is to never respond to someone trolling you, but Trump’s haters fall for it every time.

Ideas and jokes online are loosely called memes. A good meme gets shared quickly and has a message that without an accompanied funny photo would never get the same traction. On Facebook you’ll get more replies and shares if you post a funny photo of a cat along with your status update because people will notice the picture and want to spread that picture around. Trump posts, reposts and retweets memes that are guaranteed to get a reply from his haters, which in turns allows his supporters to make fun of everyone who made the personal decision to be personally insulted by the joke.

So, when popular Twitter account @Team_Trump45 posted this in response to Hillary’s new book…

Donald Trump himself retweeted it to his 37.5 million followers.

Of course, the replies are amazing. There is no good comeback to this joke and the smug picture of his face is perfect for angering lefties. So, they go wild at him:

They’re SO ANGRY! And all they’re doing is spreading Trump’s “I happened!” message even further!

People have been dunking on Hillary since her book was announced, pointing out that what happened was that she ran a bad campaign.

In July, the same group of extremely upset Democrats flipped out when Trump retweeted a wrestling gif of him beating up Vince McMahon, with a CNN logo pasted over Vince’s face. The tags #FakeNews and #FraudNewsCNN went viral. What happened after that was disgusting: The teenager who made the original gif was tracked down by CNN and threatened into apologizing for hurting their feelings or else CNN would release his real name to the world. They literally can’t even take a joke without threatening to destroy the life of a high school kid who made a funny edit to a video. Talk about sheltered, sensitive reporters!

We reported on the reaction at the time by CNN’s Jim Acosta, who “wasted no time in slapping back, tweeting, “Isn’t pro wrestling fake?” — to which Donald Trump Jr. retorted, “Yes, just like your coverage.

Even Chelsea got on her high horse to moralize about the gif, proving for once and for all that Democrats think they’re better than every other stupid person who watches things like wrestling or monster truck rallies. Sorry, honey, we aren’t all interested in paying thousands of dollars to watch Hamilton The Musical.

Margaret M.

Internet Specialist at Warfare Media.

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