Sean Spicer Seriously Fucked Up And Twitter Went To Town
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Sean Spicer Seriously Fucked Up And Twitter Went To Town

You know it's bad when God tweets about it.

U.S. Press Secretary Sean Spicer made some huge mistakes. Bigly. But calling concentration camps "Holocaust centers" and saying Hitler didn't use chemical weapons--well, not on his own people (German Jews were an exception, apparently) is less of a slip up and more antisemitism. I mean, it's bad enough when the Anne Frank Center demanded someone fire Spencer--but it was far from the only firing demand.

Spicer literally has one job. One. Job.

But hey, at least there might be hope for Spicer's career.

OK, but you know it's bad when God had something to say about it.

A handful of people recalled some other recent (and major) PR fuck-ups. Oh, and there was lots of beer holding.

Or the occasional product placement.

But was it really Spicer doing the talking?

Maybe that wheel is a decent investment. At least we can be prepared.

But nothing could prepare us for this image. Nothing.

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Spicer Says Press Will Decide Where Trump Donates His Salary

Can you say, "Planned Parenthood"?

During the election campaign, Donald Trump insisted that he would not accept a salary if he were elected. Once he won the presidency, he again repeated the claim.

However, according to federal law, the president must be given monthly payments totaling at $400,000. Therefore, instead of keeping the money he is required to be paid, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that Trump will donate his salary at the end of the year to a charity.

The charity has not yet been decided, so Spicer called on journalists to help determine where the donation should go at the end of the year.

"The way that we can avoid scrutiny is to let the press corps determine where it should go," Spicer said on the Monday, March 13 briefing, resulting in laughs from the press.

There has been no remark or proof of this donation from President Trump yet.

Journalists are taking up Spicer's offer on Twitter and are proposing possible charities, such as Planned Parenthood, Fisher House, Committee to Protect Journalists, and Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors.

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The Good News (Told In Five Words)

Short, quick snippets of happiness

With concerning news headlines about U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson popping his "going-to-Asia-for-the-first-time" cherry, Trump dropping climate change from environmental reviews, or anything regarding Trump and company, really, it's hard to see any positivity.

Luckily Twitter's looking for the silver lining, in both big and small things with #GoodNewsIn5Words.

What a lucky goldfish!

Need me a freak like this.
We're almost over the hump!
Our only hope from a galaxy far, far, away still lives.
A beautiful, positive drag.
A warm car is better than a hot or cold one.
Libraries exist (and so do book renewals).
A vital part of the ocean's ecosystem are in less trouble than before.
Make it rain.
Mmm, carbs. Someone out there gets it.
I hope those bunnies have a great life.
A wise friend once told me that "C's get degrees."
Brb gotta check for packages at my door.
Be still my heart.
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Gronk Crashes Sean Spicer's Press Briefing

We live in Gronk's world.

I guess we were so close to being able to say "Assistant White House Press Secretary Rob Gronkowski" for the day.

The actual press secretary, Sean Spicer, was doing a press briefing when the New England Patriots tight end came out and offered Spicer a hand in help. The Patriots are visiting the White House today to celebrate their Super Bowl LI victory.

Regardless of whether or not you love Gronk, or the Patriots, I can agree with Spicer here when he says "That was awesome."

And honestly, let's face it. The Trump administration may be in charge here. The Kim dynasty may be heading North Korea. And Theresa May may be heading England as the prime minister.

But we live in Gronk's world.

Let's just recap all of the headlines Gronk has made within the past month or so.

First there was him crashing WWE events and helping old teammate and good friend Mojo Rawley (real name Dean Muhtadi) at WrestleMania 33, and then again at a recent Smackdown Live.

So maybe you'd think Gronk could be a wrestler after his NFL career is over.

But then again, maybe he'd make a good rapper?

Well...maybe not. But would anyone try to stop him? And would anyone be successful in trying to prevent New Englanders from getting to said songs produced by Gronk? I highly doubt it.

But if there's one thing Gronk does best, it's party. Oh, and not wear a shirt of course.

Because if Rob Gronkowski was the leader of the world, or at least President of the U.S., partying would be mandatory and shirts would be optional (guess that's saying "screw you no shirt, no shoes, no service.")

G & G Music Factory ?? (Rob Gronkowski & David Guetta)

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Any calls for Gronk in the 2020 Presidential Election yet?

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Aaron Rodgers And A Shooter McGavin Parody Account Got Into It On Twitter

God bless Twitter in these times.

Twitter was made for things like this to happen (well, not really but regardless).

Aaron Rodgers recently said he cut playing golf from his off-season activities. The 33-year-old quarterback now says he feels the best he's ever had in an offseason.

While that's all fine and dandy, someone REALLY disagrees with his decision -- Shooter McGavin (not really Shooter, obviously, but an account set up as if the Happy Gilmore villain actually had one).

Bonus points for the usage of the GIF of when Shooter was being chased for stealing the golden jacket.

Since we know how much Mr. Discount Doublecheck likes to have fun, he responded.

The two went into a back-and-forth Twitter conversation that lasted a little while.

I don't know about you, but I'd like to see Aaron Rodgers vs. Shooter McGavin now.

And I'd like to see more Twitter wars among athlete characters and real athletes. This was fun.

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Here's Why Delta Airlines Customers Are Pissed Off

Delta Airlines went unplugged, literally, and resulted in some angry yet witty customer tweets.

Delta Airlines flights all across the country were delayed or even canceled due to a system outage. Although the Delta employees tried their best to ease the inconvenience by changing customers' flights or even handwriting boarding passes, Delta passengers took to Twitter to vent their woes. The result? A mass of tweets dripping with sarcasm, frustration, and flat out hilarity.