Well, it doesn’t take much to piss off the Pissident, Donald _____, but nothing seems to work better than the truth, and pictures and proof.
It seems that a New York Times reporter Tweeted out a side-by-side comparison of the crowds at Obama’s first inauguration in 2009 and the _____ inauguration last week and, well, lotsa folks stayed home this year because a Tiny Handed Tyrant was taking the oath.
But then someone at the National Park Service reTweeted the picture and _____ got his granny panties in a twist and so his administration took away the Twitter privileges of the National Park Service.
Yes, they did ... no matter how they spin because the Twitter privileges were restored once the NPS apologized for the reTweet.
We have received direction from the Department through [the Washington Support Office] that directs all [Department of Interior] bureaus to immediately cease use of government Twitter accounts until further notice.
PWR parks that use Twitter as part of their crisis communications plans need to alter their contingency plans to accommodate this requirement. Please ensure all scheduled posts are deleted and automated cross-platform social media connections to your twitter accounts are severed. The expectation is that there will be absolutely no posts to Twitter.
In summary, this Twitter stand down means we will cease use of Twitter immediately. However, there is no need to suspend or delete government accounts until directed. This does not affect use of other approved social media platforms. We expect further guidance to come next week and we will share accordingly. Thanks for your help!
Tiny hands, giant ego.
PS Here are the massive crowds along the parade route as proof that tens of tens of people showed up for _____:
And, lest I forget: