This stunning display went out on the GOP Twitter feed. It has a blue check mark, but it’s either got to be parody, or somebody dropped acid in the water cooler over there and shanghaied the official Twitter account.
So, what’s the logic here, steal the election and then steal the campaign slogan?
— GOP (@GOP) February 12, 2019
Yep, the Twitterverse remembers what you remember. Apparently, it’s just the GOP that is living in an alternate reality.
We're in the Upside-down. pic.twitter.com/PHY1gdrhBL
— Ʀogue US Mint (@RogueUSMint) February 12, 2019
I fixed the one on the left for you… pic.twitter.com/Dc88ZsQgMy
— G Dan Mitchell (@gdanmitchell) February 12, 2019
Could we be looking at Trump’s new 2020 slogan?
— Chuck Forester (@CTForester) February 12, 2019
This feels like the weirdest form of gaslighting I've encountered in a long while. The pinnacle of just reclaiming something from an opponent and then pretending it was his all along.
— Sarah Bastien (@SarahBastien1) February 12, 2019
"Stronger together" by splitting people using their hatred and ignorance and pitting them against each other. That's definitely quite an interesting take. In an unrelated note, Trump is now preparing to set up a Ministry of Truth.
— Nazo (@nazosan2) February 12, 2019
First he steals Reagan's "Let's Make America Great Again," and now Hillary's "Stronger Together".
He employs an entire campaign staff and still has to plagiarize slogans. What an embarrassment. pic.twitter.com/ldWYLfNRjy
— JR (@JoshRockey1) February 12, 2019
Does anybody know WTF is going on here? Seriously?
— Ursula Faw (@ursulafaw56) February 13, 2019