Ah, yes, E.T.
The story of two friends who stop listening to bad faith government opposition, revolutionize travel and healthcare, and subsequently win the hearts of suburbanites forever. https://t.co/gH7czrCN8r
— Zd (@Zeddary) May 6, 2021
I guess the Republicans were all rooting for the undocumented alien to die, and were disappointed when it turned out not to be the movie’s final arc.
Speaking of final arcs, y’all know about Trump’s NEW! EXCLUSIVE!
grift social media platform, right? (Well, if *you* had to find something to keep Brad Parscale too busy to talk to reporters, as well as keep TFG occupied during business hours… )
Imagine, if you will, a social network so exclusive, so elite, that only one lonely old man can even post on it. Now open your eyes… https://t.co/FPtfuPxQIP
— David Roth (@david_j_roth) May 4, 2021
Former Biden campaign aides are nonplussed about Trump’s new platform.
One tells me: “So you’re telling me it took Jason Miller almost half a year of ‘A Beautiful Mind’ montages to get Trump a LiveJournal?”
— Annie Linskey (@AnnieLinskey) May 4, 2021
Sorry but can we please all just take a moment to really appreciate the fact that Trump paid to build his own personal pretend Fisher-Price version of Twitter where he is the only person posting since he is banned for life from the grown-up version. Just absolutely fantastic.
— Gary Whitta (@garywhitta) May 5, 2021
— DJ (@DJNYCNY) May 4, 2021
It's a blog. Trump more or less made himself a LiveJournal and called it "a communications platform," the same way he made a fake ex-President logo and letterhead and declared himself an office. I try to give him as little headspace as possible these days, but this is hilarious. pic.twitter.com/2l93RObF39
— Tasha Robinson (@TashaRobinson) May 4, 2021