Coronavirus Parody Quote Humiliates Susan Rice & Company Revealing Just How Stupid They Are
A few days ago a parody social media account wrote a parody poking fun at Senator Lindsey Graham.
The post read, “CAPITOL HILL: Lindsey Graham says President Trump “probably knows more about medicine and specifically viruses than any of the so-called scientists at the NIH and CDC. If anyone is going to eradicate this plague it’ll be the president.”
This is obviously a joke, Senator Graham never uttered those words and it’s not in the least bit subtle. The post was a jab at Senator Lindsey Graham who went from criticizing the President during the early part of his term to being a fervent supporter of the President. Obviously the President doesn’t know as much as a doctor does about medicine and he hires experts to work at the CDC because, well, they are experts.
But that didn’t stop stupid liberals to include Susan Rice from falling falling for it.
What was more shocking was how many supposed “smartest people in the room” fell for it. Not only did they believe the fake quote was real they posted it, reposted it, and discussed it; the rot in their brain has clearly taken over.
From Actor Don Cheadle, former Obama official and media head Alyssa Mastromonaco, former Bloomberg reporter Ryan Flinn, Philly Weekly writer Dr. Timaree, and Canadian journalist Frederic Arnould all fell for it. NJTV correspondent Brenda Glanagan fell for it the hardest and wrote, “When you mix politics and science, you get politics.’ — Author John Barry, The Great Influenza.”
We got the screenshots of these posts because as they are coming out of their Trump derangement syndrome episode they are realizing that they look like fools and are deleting their tweets.
Not one person in the “media” out of this group contacted Senator Graham’s office for clarification or to verify what he actually said.