Sea of salty memes from Troll-in-Chief Trump & his Twitter army adds insult to #Resistance post-impeachment injury
Trump himself led the charge in celebrating on social media his acquittal in the Senate by a 52-48 and 53-47 margin. With Democrats freshly reeling from loss, Trump reached into his bag of meme goodies and pulled out a classic.
The president first posted the clip last summer. The video ends with a sign reading, 'TRUMP4EVA,' which led to an outcry among his critics and this time was no different.
Trump's reaction to acquittal is to tweet a meme promising eternal rule. https://t.co/5YD25Mtqk3— Paul Harris (@paulxharris) February 5, 2020
So now that #Trump is acquitted of the impeachment charges in near party line vote, we are back to his memes, and this time is “Trump forever”. It’s like he’s taking lessons from dictators in the Middle East. https://t.co/S3A3QZ7OxT— Reem Al-Harmi ريم الحرمي (@Reem_AlHarmi) February 5, 2020
The oldie, but a goodie was celebrated by his supporters though following the president posting it moments after his acquittal.
OK this is funny. Presidential? No. But funny. https://t.co/RB9HEZ6mK4— Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) February 5, 2020
What better way to celebrate an impeachment victory after months of grueling accusations and hearings than by trolling the left with their worst nightmare of you as America’s forever president?
Taking a note from their dad’s playbook, Eric Trump and Don Jr. joined in on the meme wave too.
Now that their impeachment hoax is over maybe Democrats can actually come to the table and try to do some work for the American people for a change... but I won’t hold my breath. pic.twitter.com/tuU7yx288u— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 5, 2020
It didn’t stop there, with even Nancy Pelosi’s paper-ripping moment from the State of the Union getting the meme treatment.
Live look at Cocaine Mitch with the Article of Impeachment pic.twitter.com/dbAEkytolA— Barstool News Network (@BarstoolNewsN) February 5, 2020
"But what about us, impeachment?""We'll always have hashtags." pic.twitter.com/VNjlkfdppK— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) February 5, 2020
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