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2020-06-15 4:27:04 PM  
Original Tweet:

 
2020-06-15 4:30:16 PM  
Holy crap, that actually appears to be a sane response in a Tweet.
 
2020-06-15 4:31:50 PM  
He has no idea what the decision was
 
2020-06-15 4:34:47 PM  

knbber2: Holy crap, that actually appears to be a sane response in a Tweet.

We've secretly replaced Donald Trump with a robot, let's see if anyone notices


Reporter: Sir you appear to be outside of your 14 word vocabulary. Are you feeling ok?
 
2020-06-15 4:35:10 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: He has no idea what the decision was


What gave it away, that he claimed to have read it?
 
2020-06-15 4:36:50 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: He has no idea what the decision was


I am 100 percent sure Trump has never read any Supreme Court opinion, unless they've started making them a single page with pictures and lots of mentions of Trump.
 
2020-06-15 4:37:26 PM  

Bootleg: cameroncrazy1984: He has no idea what the decision was

What gave it away, that he claimed to have read it?


Yes. He literally acts like a kid being asked for his opinion about a book he never read.

I'm only surprised he didn't add the word " beautiful ".
 
2020-06-15 4:37:32 PM  
He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.
 
2020-06-15 4:38:24 PM  
"I've read the decision"


Someone explained it to him using the smallest words possible.
 
2020-06-15 4:39:17 PM  

knbber2: Holy crap, that actually appears to be a sane response in a Tweet.


it might seem sane, but

cameroncrazy1984: He has no idea what the decision was

 
2020-06-15 4:40:17 PM  
I'm just surprised he didn't shout "LAW & ORDER" again
 
2020-06-15 4:43:52 PM  
he was high off his tits wasn't he?
 
2020-06-15 4:47:14 PM  
I've read the decision....


The let him read a copy of I Have Two Dads

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2020-06-15 4:47:32 PM  

shastacola: "I've read the decision"


Someone explained it to him using the smallest words possible pictures of the President and his daughter frollicking.


Fixed that for you.
 
2020-06-15 4:48:08 PM  
Sounds like a kid being made to stand in front of the class and give a book report on a novel you KNOW he/she did NOT read beyond the dust cover synopsis.
 
2020-06-15 5:00:16 PM  

knbber2: Holy crap, that actually appears to be a sane response in a Tweet.


He didn't write that
 
2020-06-15 5:05:58 PM  

slaur: Sounds like a kid being made to stand in front of the class and give a book report on a novel you KNOW he/she did NOT read beyond the dust cover synopsis.


That's been his entire presidency, and he's gotten a free pass for it for years.

I guarantee if you asked him today to describe in three minutes or less how a bill becomes law, he wouldn't be able to answer completely or coherently.
 
2020-06-15 5:07:03 PM  

knbber2: Holy crap, that actually appears to be a sane response in a Tweet.


Trump just has no idea what he was asked about.  I mean, at all.  The only thing you know he knows about the case is that it is a Supreme Court decision.  And that's because the question posed to him was "do you have any reaction to the Supreme Court decisions today . . ."  So he did the thing he always does - he just picks a couple words and then riffs for a few minutes about them.  But for all intents and purposes, the reporter could have gotten basically the same response if he asked for Trump's reaction to today's UpDog.

"I've heard of it.  Lots of people are talking about UpDog.  You hear lots of things.  It's very powerful; very big.  So we're thinking a lot about UpDog here.  And I think you're going to hear something more about that, possibly, in a very short period of time.  We've got big, big things going on.  Or maybe we won't be able to.  And that's OK too.  We'll see what happens."

"Not much, dog. What's up with you!"
 
2020-06-15 5:10:47 PM  

shastacola: "I've read the decision"


Someone explained it to him using the smallest words possible.


Nah.  They showed Trump some picture slides on a television monitor.
 
2020-06-15 6:00:05 PM  
"Why are you bothering me with this? That was last month's distraction."
 
2020-06-15 6:38:34 PM  

Ambivalence: Bootleg: cameroncrazy1984: He has no idea what the decision was

What gave it away, that he claimed to have read it?

Yes. He literally acts like a kid being asked for his opinion about a book he never read.

I'm only surprised he didn't add the word " beautiful ".


"The ruling was about two cities and how Gatsby was great.  And a mockingbird was killed."
 
2020-06-15 9:23:58 PM  
A response celebrating the value of an institution, regardless of whether it has done anything for him in the last five seconds?

Not buying it. Something is off here. Either he hasn't read it, he doesn't even know what it's about, or he'll change his tune once one of his Propaganda Outlets informs him how he really feels about it.

This is not him.
 
2020-06-15 9:28:20 PM  
The press should set him up to show that he didn't actually read the decision, because we all know he didn't.

"Mr. President, what did you think of Justice Gorsuch when he quoted Ernest Hemingway at the end of his decision, saying 'Now go away, or I will taunt you a second time!'  Do you think that was appropriate or just provoking those in the dissent?"
 
2020-06-15 9:33:53 PM  

wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.


They have the best ribs.
 
2020-06-15 9:35:15 PM  
I find the reply to be ominous.  Like this decision doesn't matter because I'm going to throw them in the ocean instead.
 
2020-06-15 9:37:32 PM  

Circusdog320: I've read the decision....


The let him read a copy of I Have Two Dads

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I prefer the live action documentary:
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2020-06-15 9:37:54 PM  

Fart_Machine: wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.

They have the best ribs.


And in Ontario they have stores that sells liquor.
 
2020-06-15 9:38:27 PM  
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Did anyone actually buy that?
 
2020-06-15 9:38:35 PM  
Maybe Rudi Guiliani should dress up and  read him the decision.  It's probably all the information the old man can take in.

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2020-06-15 9:38:55 PM  
Getting cold called in class when you havent read the case.
 
2020-06-15 9:42:02 PM  

wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.


He's thinking Law & Golf Boobies Trump QAnon
 
2020-06-15 9:42:10 PM  

wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.


Little Gay Billy... No wait, that's not it.
 
2020-06-15 9:42:43 PM  

Toxic Park: Circusdog320: I've read the decision....


The let him read a copy of I Have Two Dads

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I prefer the live action documentary:
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If only the Paul Reiser character had been played by a chimpanzee...
 
2020-06-15 9:42:43 PM  

wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.


He knows. He equates it to that Manhattan nightclub incident in the 70s, when he moved on that tall redhead "like a biatch" and grabbed a lot more than he thought he was gonna.
 
2020-06-15 9:42:51 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: He has no idea what the decision was


This.
 
2020-06-15 9:42:57 PM  
He's talking to his base. How can y'all be so dumb and bigoted.
 
2020-06-15 9:43:50 PM  

fusillade762: [media1.s-nbcnews.com image 760x507]

Did anyone actually buy that?


A lot of people on Reddit and Twitter.  What percentage were just bots to begin with, who knows?
 
2020-06-15 9:44:06 PM  
I remember back during Troll War 2, the phrase "Yolo Minneapolis" had nothing to do with police brutality.
 
2020-06-15 9:46:24 PM  

wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.


Legs, 'Gina, Butts, Tits, Quarts of Ketchup
 
2020-06-15 9:46:54 PM  
I've read the decision.

Of all the obvious lies Trump has Tweeted, this is the most obvious.
 
2020-06-15 9:46:59 PM  

slaur: Sounds like a kid being made to stand in front of the class and give a book report on a novel you KNOW he/she did NOT read beyond the dust cover synopsis.


And couldn't even bring himself to read the Cliff notes.
 
2020-06-15 9:47:07 PM  

cretinbob: knbber2: Holy crap, that actually appears to be a sane response in a Tweet.

He didn't write that


He wrote it or at least dictated it.

It manages to both sound like he criticizes the decision and also support it. It's his usual uncommitted word salad for when he doesn't understand a thing.

If he agreed with it he would have called it perfect or beautiful because that's the limit of his vocabulary
 
2020-06-15 9:47:13 PM  
He knows about the Lettuse, Bacon and Tomato but he's still trying to figure out what the "G" stands for.

I want a LGBT sandwich
Sir this is an Arby's
Yes, so make with the LGBT and put the G to the side.  Chop chop.
 
2020-06-15 9:50:07 PM  

wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.


"The colored fella in the kitchen makes fantastic LGBTQ.  Roasts it in that oil barrel for three days, no I think four, was it four? he said to me 'Sir, this the the best LGBTQ you can get this here side of no lens,' but I have amazing eyesight, 20-10.  They say that's better than the best, I don't know. But they say it, that I have the best eyesight.  Amazing eyesight so I can run down ramps"
 
2020-06-15 9:50:33 PM  

Demetrius: The press should set him up to show that he didn't actually read the decision, because we all know he didn't.

"Mr. President, what did you think of Justice Gorsuch when he quoted Ernest Hemingway at the end of his decision, saying 'Now go away, or I will taunt you a second time!'  Do you think that was appropriate or just provoking those in the dissent?"


"That's a nasty question from you! Fake news entrapment!"

Now imagine this in his perpetually aggrieved biatch voice and you'll have it.
 
2020-06-15 9:51:13 PM  

slaur: Sounds like a kid being made to stand in front of the class and give a book report on a novel you KNOW he/she did NOT read beyond the dust cover synopsis.


In summation, the Supreme Court is a land of contrasts.
 
2020-06-15 9:52:45 PM  
I don't think he gives a shiat. He hasn't figured out how to make any money off this issue and as long as the SCOTUS is making the decision he still can look good to the evangelicals.
 
2020-06-15 9:53:00 PM  

Stile4aly: wejash: He's trying to recall what LGBTQ means.

Little Gay Billy... No wait, that's not it.


Little Gay Billy Takes Quaaludes
 
2020-06-15 9:53:27 PM  
I don't think he thinks...


fusillade762: [media1.s-nbcnews.com image 760x507]

Did anyone actually buy that?


Are you farking serious? It is scrawled in black sharpie... he totally did that himself on the floor of AF1.
 
2020-06-15 9:54:18 PM  
That has to be the most generic, non-specific, all-purpose response to a Supreme Court decision I've seen.

It could be in response to literally anything: Roe v Wade, marriage equality, seat belt laws, stop and frisk. No matter the issue, no matter what the ruling. Just "Yeah, well... there ya go. I guess..."
 
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