I tweet to Trump: "How's the campaign?" or something like it. Then I attach a GIF of a terrible and hilarious accident.
Why do I do this? I have several theories about Donald Trump, and how he might be stopped.
1. Trump is absolutely the kind of guy who reads his Twitter feed and cares about what some nobody might think of him. He is that petty and narcissistic. Criticizing him on the internet bothers him.
2. Trump's fans like him primarily because they think he's a winner. They will forgive racism, religious bigotry, hypocrisy, cruelty, and hostility to America's laws and traditions. But I think that once he begins to really look like he's about to lose the election and embarrass them, you might see some of them drop their support. It's a gut feeling. I think these people are classic bullies, and they celebrate bullying. But they don't want to be associated with a guy who's a failure.
I therefore want to do what I can to spotlight the fact that Donald Trump continues to sabotage himself.
Behold, the GIFs that best describe the carnival of turd that is the Trump campaign. I feel good sharing them with you, to preserve them for just a moment more before we go together into the darkness. And if you want to do the same, and it catches on, I will very happy.
All these Tweets will be lost in time, like tears in rain.
@realDonaldTrump Oh, and I was wondering... how's your campaign coming along? pic.twitter.com/0jYB7dybjJ— Paul Bibeau (@paulbibeau) August 8, 2016
@realDonaldTrump Also, it's hard to buy you as a competent president after seeing your campaign. pic.twitter.com/hvF5A5DP43— Paul Bibeau (@paulbibeau) August 5, 2016
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