We need to talk about Trump’s newest Facebook video
The White House appears to have outsourced their legendary video department to a fifth grade art class.
After cranky dangerous Grandpa Trump woke up this morning and went on a Twitter rampage about his Muslim ban, some poor intern was seemingly tasked to take that tweetstorm and transform it into art.
Folks, before you watch this video, be advised: it is incredibly bad.
Imagine if the President decided to take a Windows 95 screensaver and turn it into an official White House video. Or if he cut and pasted a few screenshots of his favorite tweets onto a Powerpoint presentation template and said, “Yes, this is good.”
This is a rejected Microsoft Paint draft made into a slow motion movie. It is not recommended for all viewers.
It’s worth noting that the Trump administration has been hesitant to call Trump’s executive order a ban for fear the courts will find it unconstitutional. Trump, however, has been less restrictive and repeatedly called the executive order a “Travel ban” on Twitter.
Not only is that tweet memorialized on Twitter, it is now available for eternity in Facebook video form — the lowest video genre.
Can you hear that sound, everyone? It’s the sound of Trump’s lawyers, sobbing.