The 11 Best Responses To "See You In Court"
A few short months ago, if Americans could depend on nothing else, they could at least rely upon a steady feed of measured and often bland tweets from the POTUS. Those days ended with the election of President Trump, who had already demonstrated throughout his campaign a shrewd ability to weaponize his Twitter account against even the lowliest of foes. That is, when he wasn't turning tweeting into a megaphone for his unfiltered emotional outbursts. Such was the case on Thursday, when Trump went all caps on everyone after the court refused to reinstate his travel ban. This time, Twitter punched back with a deluge of hilarious comebacks to Trump's "SEE YOU IN COURT" tweet.
Anyone with more than two weeks of online interaction experience knows that the caps-lock key is reserved mostly for one word, maybe two, usually for emphasis — not rage. Trump does not get this at all. Perhaps he has never been on the receiving end of the all-caps tweet or text? Otherwise, how could he miss that the aesthetics alone are big league repellent?
Either way, people on Twitter had some hilarious responses to the "SEE YOU IN COURT" tweet aimed squarely at the people who, well, spend every day in court.
1. Giving The ACLU What It Wants
2. Stephen Colbert Goes Into Full 'Dodgeball' Mode
3. Bob Ferguson Is All Of Us Right Now
4. Court Is Not Afraid, Guys
5. Hillary Clinton Owns The Comeback
6. The Dream... The Dream... The Dream
7. Nyle DiMarco, Ladies And Gentleman
8. Now, If Only Trump Were This Cuddly And Adorable...
10. Does Donald Trump Know What A Court Is?
11. Paging Reality: We Need A Reality Check Here, Please
There are actual problems to solve, believe it or not. Trump is the president. He should get off Twitter and get on with the business of running the country. And who better to serenade him into that reality than LMM?
Look, most of us know what it's like to hit the "Tweet" button, only to scramble back a minute later and delete the dang thing. To paraphrase an old euphemism, "mistakes are made." The problem for Trump is twofold in that 1) he has millions of followers, so there's zero chance a tweet could go unnoticed, and 2) he refuses to delete or apologize for his copious and destructive nonsense.
The best thing Trump could do now would be to delete his account. Maybe, just maybe, the embarrassment pile will eventually get high enough to convince him. Here's hoping that happens sooner rather than later.