We all know that President Trump and his administration may have a few… shady Russian ties.
Everyone’s a joker when it comes to Trump’s Russia problem. Be you a Twitter celebrity, a YouTuber, a late night comedian, or Sue over in accounting, you’ve no doubt got a joke or two up your sleeve-ski.
Well, we can now add Smirnoff brand vodka to the list of Trump’s trolls.
Perhaps they’re blasting Trump because he is notoriously known for not drinking alcohol? Who could say?
The Smirnoff ad features a bottle of their vodka and a tin cup that looks to be holding a delicious and refreshing Moscow Mule beverage. This, by the way, happens to be one of our favorite drinks! Give one a try.
The ad says, quite simply:
“Made In America. But we’d be happy to talk about our ties to Russia under oath.”
Woof! That slight burns just about as much as a Moscow Mule with a bit too much ginger beer.
The people of Twitter, of course, were positively pleased with this discovery.
The Office Of Government Ethics Trolled Trump Over His Famous “Loyalty Dinner” WIth Comey
By Koh Mochizuki
16 minutes ago
The Office of Government Ethics appeared to have had enough with Trump after he asked for the ousted FBI Director James Comey’s ‘loyalty’ at a private dinner.
So when the independent agency under the jurisdiction of the president tweeted about ‘loyalty,’ many couldn’t help but wonder if it was a direct jab.The tweet appeared to school the president. “Public service is a public trust, requiring employees to place loyalty to the Constitution, the laws, and ethical principles above private gain.”
This also wasn’t the first time the ethics agency skewered the president. Obama appointee and head of the agency Walter Shuab criticized Trump’s plan to separate himself from his business as “wholly inadequate.” Shaub said, “Stepping back from running his business is meaningless from a conflict of interest perspective.”
According to Comey’s account of the ‘loyalty’ conversation a week after Trump’s inauguration, the then-FBI director told the NY Times that he could only give Mr. Trump ‘honesty’ and did not pledge loyalty. And we all know what happened a few months later.
In case you haven’t seen the YouTube videos of their meltdowns, here’s an important fact to remember: vegans don’t eat cheese. So, in order to accommodate a variety of diets, the UK-based supermarket chain Sainsbury’s began carrying a line of coconut milk-based vegan cheese.
It sounds a little gross, but no big deal, right? WRONG.
One woman was NOT about to be duped by manipulative marketing techniques calling vegan cheese “cheese,” so she took to the chain’s Facebook page to speak her mind.
If you’re going to be a vegan don’t call your vegan cheese BECAUSE IT’S NOT CHEESE!!!!! As a real cheese fan myself it’s really annoyed me that Sainsbury’s have brought out a “Vegan Cheese” made with COCONUTS. CHEESE IS NOT MADE WITH COCONUTS. Call it Gary or something don’t call it Cheese because IT’S NOT CHEESE!!!!!! Just to recap, in case you have forgotten — cheese is a delicious food made mostly from the milk of cows but also other animals including sheep, goats, buffalo, reindeer, camels and yaks. Around 4000 years ago people have started to breed animals and process their milk. That’s when the cheese was born. So Sainburys can F off. Go enjoy your cheese less life. Don’t try to make up a substitute cheese and call it cheese because it’s not and you’ve decided your way of life. It’s ridiculous that they’ve used the word cheese!!! Don’t come to my Cheese and Wine Parties if you’re going to eat COCONUT CHEESE. (If you’re allergic to cheese I feel for you) If you’re a Vegan because you’ve chosen to be and not that you’re allergic I’m not interested in your views about vegan cheese or that ‘eating products from animals is bad.’
Meet Toomas Hendrik Ilves, the president of Estonia. He’s a fan of bow ties and trolling the hell out of jerks on the Internet. And he just knocked Obama out of the top slot for coolest president after he delivered an amazing burn to a Trump supporter on Twitter. For some reason, ‘Trump Gabbard 2016’ with the President of Estonia tweeting in English, so he sent him this reply…
How dare you speak are language, Mr President. Ilves, being the badass he is, replied to the troll personally with this…
That. Burn. And he casually drops some Latin in there too, “Quod erat demonstrandum,” or QED, translates to “which is what had to be proven”, and is used after a mathematical proof.
The burn was so hot in fact, that the Trump troll deleted his Twitter account. Poor guy. The people of Twitter were pretty amused by the whole exchange.
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