Three of the internet’s finest wall-related tweets, meticulously curated for your enjoyment

I have important business to attend to this evening, so I don’t have much time. With that said, however, I’ve just curated what I think are the three best wall-related tweets of the past 48 hours for your consideration. I hope my efforts are appreciated.

TWEET ONE: Trump, back in 2004, telling graduating college students that walls can’t stop those who are motivated. “If there’s a concrete wall in front of you,” the future President says to them, “go through it… over it… around it.”

TWEET TWO: It’s not just concrete, apparently, that can be gone through. As we learned today, steel slats aren’t magical. No, apparently you can just cut right through them.

TWEET THREE: Trump said today that he never suggested that Mexico would actually write a check for the wall, contradicting himself in 2016, when he said… and I quote… “They may even write us a check.”

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  1. John Brown
    Posted January 11, 2019 at 7:05 am | Permalink

    Turns out that furloughed Federal workers are paying for the wall. And orange King Cyrus is still adored by the brain damaged evangelicals.

  2. Kim
    Posted January 11, 2019 at 8:30 am | Permalink

    Who would have thought that this was how the United States would finally come to an end?

  3. Donald Trump weighs in
    Posted January 11, 2019 at 8:40 am | Permalink

    I often said during rallies, with little variation, that “Mexico will pay for the Wall.” We have just signed a great new Trade Deal with Mexico. It is Billions of Dollars a year better than the very bad NAFTA deal which it replaces. The difference pays for Wall many times over!

  4. Posted January 11, 2019 at 8:51 am | Permalink

    I still like the tweets I saw referencing the episode of Trackdown which depicts a conman named Trump who scares a bunch of morons into shelling out their cash for protection against the end of the world. I’m disappointed the reference didn’t make your top three list of wall-related tweets. It’s just so funny to me that we live in an America now which is as rediculois as a 1950s TV series plot. I’d be curious as to how the writer decided on the name Trump for his conman too. I’m sad Robert Culp isn’t still with us. We could nominate him to run against Trump. I guess we could still run Culp’s ghost and just use clips from Trackdown where he’s calling Trump out for being a conman and for playing on the public’s fear and stupidity.

  5. Max
    Posted January 11, 2019 at 9:07 am | Permalink

    iRobert, Donald Trump’s father was a well known crook slum lord in the 1940s and 50s. The actor in the Trackdown episode that plays the grifter bears a striking resemblance to Fred Trump. I’d wager that the writer of the episode was using the newspaper as inspiration for the story. In the 1950s Woody Guthrie even wrote a song about Fred Trump and his racist and crooked rental practices. Guthrie lived in a Trump property in 1950.

  6. iRobert
    Posted January 11, 2019 at 5:56 pm | Permalink

    That makes sense, Max. Thank you. I don’t know Trump’s father was such a prominent lowlife. I assumed he was just another run-of-the-mill degenerate like the other slum lords of his time.

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