Trump sends cease-and-desist letters to stop new ad using his own words against him. Twitter implodes.

Absurd Parasite Priorities USA ad


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A new ad from the Democratic super PAC, Priorities USA, condemns Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic that has already infected more than 85,000 Americans.

The 30-second ad consists of voice clips of the President saying things like “this is their new hoax” and “we’ve done a great job.” The clips play while a graph ticks up with the number of U.S. coronavirus cases.

It’s succinct and powerful—no doubt why the Trump campaign is threatening legal action. The campaign issued “cease and desist” letters to several local TV stations in key states like Florida, and Michigan.

Twitter caught wind of the threats and did their thing

Share and share alike

Once Twitter learned that the campaign was trying to block stations from showing the ad, the retweets and shares started ticking up.

Maybe he should quit talking?

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He basically writes the ads himself.

Out of context

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Did he call it a hoax? Let’s read the transcript.

A thorough search

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Nothing but the facts here.

Who’s responsible?

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The ad ends with Trump’s refusal to take responsibility, but the dire state of things is actually his fault.

America needs to know

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People want to know what he was told, and when he learned it.

A new low?

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Just a sprinkle of extortion…

How did we get here?

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It is always a weird time when you find yourself agreeing with Tucker Carlson.


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The truth is a difficult concept for those in the current administration.


Maga hats

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Doesn’t quite have the same ring…

Not an imaginary threat

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What kind of wall do you build for a virus?


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Who’s intimidated?

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