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And Behold, The People Rejoiced


#1

And Behold, The People Rejoiced

The rapture was brief, but real. For 11 hallowed minutes Thursday evening, the Tweeter-in-Chief was silenced when his account went down, relaying a message millions of people had prayed, hoped, nay yearned for: "@realDonaldTrump does not exist.” People "gathered in the Twitter streets to celebrate" the one brief shining moment - a gift, it turned out, from a Twitter employee on his or her last day. To that brave patriot: Your Cross of Lenin is in the mail.


#2

I don’t tweet or follow twitter, it always reminds me of the 50’s song Rockin’ Robin though…the employee that did this deserves the Medal of Freedom, yes indeedy they do.


#3

A brave American has withdrawn consent to be governed. Well done, and may your example inspire many more.


#4

Thanks, Abby! Finally, something to smile about!


#5

Plop, plop
Fizz, Fuzz,
Oh, what a relief it Wuzz!

Albeit too brief… Don’t tweet myself and cringe everytime the bloviator’s blurbs circle the globe. Ugh!


#6

Finally a real government service


#7

Yea, I keep wondering what would happen if some billionaire bought up Twitter and then just dissolved it (Twittercide). What would Trump do? Would he arrest the billionaire for unTwitterary behaviour?


#8

It was called the “Order of Lenin”. The Soviet Union was not into crosses or other forms of opium for the masses…


#9

Like the first intercontinental flight, or running of the four-minute-mile, someone has changed history by proving something CAN be done about TweetyBird. Eleven minutes today. Eleven hours tomorrow. Eleven YEARS when Bob Mueller shares his findings.