Donald Trump was in Pensacola, Florida, Friday evening for one of his ridiculous rallies, and when he wasn’t urging voters in Alabama to vote for an accused child predator to represent them in the U.S. Senate, he also took potshots at the resistance to his administration.
At one point during Trump’s rambling free-form rally, he began chanting “lock her up!” even though his 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton, was exonerated by an FBI investigation. Trump, on the other hand, has seen former campaign staffers indicted or plead guilty in recent weeks. That led Twitter to remind Trump of some basic — and embarrassing — facts:
— Sonia Dridi (@Sonia_Dridi) December 9, 2017
Oh for heaven's sake.. Lock her up….. REALLY?Will any of them EVER grow up??? https://t.co/Qv8kzCvF0e
— 70 and FURIOUS ! (@CathCampbell8) December 9, 2017
It has been 56 weeks and 3 days since the November 2016 election and Trump supporters are still chanting "lock her up!" at his rallies
— Will (@billywick_dc) December 9, 2017
Trump using terms like “crooked Hillary” and getting crowds of supporters to chant “LOCK HER UP” was never a case of the pot calling the kettle black. It was a case of pot calling the kettle marijuana.
— Keith Calder (@keithcalder) December 9, 2017
Sorry, is this December 2016? If not, why the fuck are we still talking about this? https://t.co/mBZunzCPBo
— pro-whale dad (@krossny1) December 9, 2017
'Donnie Plays the Hits!' (2017)
'Lock Her Up!'
And bonus track:
— Justin Miller (@justinjm1) December 9, 2017
— Amelbil Saunders (@AmelbilSaunders) December 9, 2017
And one other thing, Donald: Remember when Michael Flynn chanted the same thing at the Republican National Convention? Take a look:
Flynn is now cooperating the Special Counsel Robert Mueller to lock you up. That’s what we call perfect ironic karma.
Here’s Trump on Friday evening in Florida:
13 months after the election, attendees of Pres. Trump's campaign-style rally in Pensacola, FL break into "lock her up" chant at mention of Hillary Clinton https://t.co/NFyqQFaIKP pic.twitter.com/bZSwME9WG9
— CBS News (@CBSNews) December 9, 2017
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