MUST SEE: Don Jr. SCORCHES Liberals On Twitter

President Donald Trump is known by critics and supporters alike for the use of his Twitter account.

The President has used the platform for years and has built quite an impressive following of 41 million followers.

Much lesser known is his son Donald Trump Jr’s use of the social media platform.

Trump Jr. actively uses Twitter to boast of his father’s accomplishments and to challenge his opposition.

Today for example, he scorched those looking to “scream helplessly at the sky” on the anniversary of President Trump’s election victory this November 8th.

The movement is somehow gaining support from people in Boston, per Newsweek:

Thousands of concerned citizens will take part in a new ritual of sorts: commemorating the anniversary of Donald Trump’s election by screaming at the sky.

Over 4,000 Facebook users have RSVP’d—another 33,000 are interested in attending—to the Nov. 8 event being held in Boston that is literally titled “Scream helplessly at the sky on the anniversary of the election.”

The event is pretty much self-explanatory. On the anniversary of last year’s election, thousands will flock to the Boston Common for a party fueled by despair and aggravation over the contest’s winner—whom 73 million Americans voted against.

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According to an activist out of Cambridge, Massachusetts, “This administration has attacked everything about what it means to be American” and screaming at clouds passing overhead “reminds us we are not alone.”
Here’s what Don Jr. said about the protest:

Here is how some people responded:



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