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Last Saturday, China seized an underwater surveillance drone from the U.S. Navy in the South China Sea and because President-elect _____ had already been fed and changed and put down for the night, he decided to Tweet this:
Um, it’s an “unprecedented act” even though it’s not— five Chinese ships swarmed an American surveillance vessel and came as close as 25 feet—but that doesn’t matter much when the Twit-In-Chief can’t spell.
What does matter is the slew of high-larious Tweets over a President who cannot spell; a president who, just last week actually uttered the line, “I am, like, a smart person.”
The Tweet was quickly deleted by _____ but not before the internet seized it via screen shots and it was the gaffe and laugh heard round the world! Even the Merriam-Websterdictionary’s account couldn’t help laugh at _____:
Now, the hard question is, is he incapable of spelling, or ... was there some other heinous act, some other sure-to-be disastrous cabinet appointment, he was trying to take the light away from?
Ponder that while perusing some of the responses to our “unpresidented” president-elect:
And let’s end with my favorite; another _____ Tweet after China said they would return the drone:
Putin might be rethinking that whole Get _____ Elected hack business.