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Twitter Erupts With Laughter In Response To Marjorie Greene’s ‘If I Were President Right Now’ Posting

Based on a posting she made today on Twitter, it appears that Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) does indeed have presidential ambitions, despite the fact that she isn’t even assured of winning next Tuesday’s GOP primary in her home state.

Be sure and note that Marge conveniently neglected to mention how she would “rip the noose” off American business, but it’s probably safe to assume that worker protections and workplace safety rules would be long gone so that employers could place their workers in the most hazardous situations imaginable without facing any legal or financial liability. It’d be America circa 1910, with predatory capitalists treating their employees like slaves and even insisting that children need to be employed, too. But don’t worry. They promise to pay the kids at least 50 cents a day for a good 10 hours of hard labor.

If Marjorie Taylor Greene was president, the United States would be the biggest shithole country (to borrow a phrase from Marge’s lord and savior, Dotard Don) on the face of the planet.

Twitter had a field day with Greene’s delusions of grandeur:

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Twitter Explodes With Mockery After Don Jr. Dubs Himself The ‘MAGA Prince’

How did you spend your weekend?

You might have watched a baseball, basketball, or soccer game. If so, here’s hoping the team you were cheering for won.

Chances are you didn’t spend any of your time over the past two days making a meme of your face pasted over the head of the late music superstar Prince.

Then again, you also probably didn’t have any powdered “inspiration” (snort snort) to keep you up all night and in desperate need of something, ANYTHING to do.

However, if you’re a spoiled trust fund brat like Donald Trump Jr., you likely did stay up for 48 hours straight and decide the best way to spend some of your time was to make a meme (or pay someone to make one) that you could share with the world.

BEWARE! What you’re about to see may induce uncontrollable projectile vomiting. Don’t say you weren’t warned.

There was also this tweet from Junior:

Literal violence? Dude, that’s what you allegedly do to your nostrils every chance you get.

Also, how dare this incompetent weasel of a human being compare himself to Prince, who had more talent in his little finger than the entire Trump family, a bunch of grifters who have never worked or brought joy to anyone their entire lives.

Twitter was having none of it, and they blasted Traitor Tot with mockery and wrath.


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Eric Trump Attempts To Troll Joe Biden And Winds Up Condemning His Own Father

The last time Eric Trump made much of a stir in the news cycle, it was when New York Attorney General Letitia James was closing in on him earlier this year as she noted in a court filing that she had “significant evidence” of fraud by the Trump Organization, including Eric, who just so happens to be executive vice president of development and acquisitions for his daddy’s company.

Back then, Eric was whining about the investigation being conducted by the New York AG, firing off a tweet he later deleted that read:

“Letitia you can not escape your own words. This is all window dressing for your abuse of office and ethical misconduct (which we are prosecuting you for) and northing more than a PR move to revive a political career after your gubernatorial disaster.”

And now Eric is desperately trying to get his old man to notice him with a posting he made on Truth Social in which he quotes Chinese general/philosopher Sun Tzu:

When you read that quote, name the first person who comes to mind. It’s sure as hell not Joe Biden, is it?

Of course not! The person that comes to mind for the vast majority of us is none other than Donald Trump, the failed, one-term, twice-impeached former president.

Has anyone done more damage to this country than Trump? He tried to engineer a coup so he could stay in power and continue his disastrous policies. That’s why he got beat so badly by Biden.

Twitter was quick to remind Eric that his posting was incredibly self-revelatory.


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Social Media Points And Laughs After Trump Posts Absurd ‘Return Of The MAGA King’ Meme

Speaking at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers International convention in Chicago on Wednesday, President Joe Biden ratcheted up his attacks on Republicans and failed, one-term former President Donald Trump, remarking:

“Look at my predecessor, the great MAGA king — the deficit increased every single year he was president.”

That led Trump (or one of his minions) to post this meme on Truth Social, the Donald’s pathetic attempt to remake Twitter in his own image:

That’s just downright pathetic. Not only because it steals from a well-known franchise, but also because the attempt to own the title of “MAGA king” cuts both ways, which was clearly lost on whoever decided to do the posting.

It didn’t take long before the meme was shared on Twitter, where people opened up a can of mockery on Donnie.

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Musk Wants To Reverse Trump’s Twitter Ban But Also Says He May Not Buy The Platform After All

Earlier today, Elon Musk made it clear that he believes failed, one-term, twice-impeached former President Donald Trump should be allowed back on the Twitter social media platform.

CNN reports:

“I do think it was not correct to ban Donald Trump, I think that was a mistake,” Musk said. “I would reverse the perma-ban. … But my opinion, and Jack Dorsey, I want to be clear, shares this opinion, is that we should not have perma-bans.”

Dorsey, Twitter’s cofounder and former CEO, tweeted Tuesday following Musk’s remarks that he does “agree” there shouldn’t be permanent bans on Twitter users. “There are exceptions … but generally permanent bans are a failure of ours and don’t work,” he said.

Everywhere you looked online, the lifting of the Trump ban was the BIG NEWS, but something else Musk said makes it sound like he’s not sure he’s going to actually purchase the company:

“I would reverse the permanent ban. I don’t own Twitter yet. So this is not like a thing that will definitely happen, because what if I don’t own Twitter?”

Musk may also be aware that he cannot pass muster with the federal agencies which must approve such massive business deals. Or perhaps he realizes that buying Twitter is not exactly the sort of thing he wants to spend $44 billion on.

Additionally, there are suggestions that Musk has had major financial reversals as a result of recent stock market losses and no longer has the cash in hand that he needs to complete the deal.

Whatever the actual reason, it sounds like Musk is now having second thoughts about such an enormous outlay, especially with the tech sector taking such a devastating hit in the market.

For his part, Trump has said he doesn’t plan to return to Twitter and will instead focus on his own social media platform, Truth Social, which is widely seen as a massive failure.

So is Musk in or out? At the moment, that’s a bigger question than whether or not Trump makes another appearance on Twitter.