First things first: we have no time for conspiracy theories like PizzaGate and QAnon. People believe some weird stuff out there, and entire cable news networks have used their power to force some of their purveyors off of social media, so dangerous/hilarious are their ideas.
With that said, get ready for the second biggest scandal you’ll see in the media today: a pastry chef at President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort has been uploading photos of her creations with the #qanon hashtag.
Now if she were an illegal immigrant working at Mar-a-Lago, the New York Times would have already dispatched a reporter and a photographer to do some glamour shots to go with the front-page story of her exploitation. But no, she just seems to be a QAnon conspiracy theorist. Wait, should we have ended that sentence with an exclamation point?
The Daily Beast’s Will Sommer writes a newsletter about conservative media:
Behold: the Mar-a-Lago pastry chef's posts about QAnon gingerbread house and the QAnon bundt cake. pic.twitter.com/ybrQzjvF9P
— Will Sommer (@willsommer) February 23, 2019
Check out Woodward and motherf*cking Bernstein over here https://t.co/xzzMrWeuH0
— Anthony Abides (@AnthonyAbides) February 23, 2019
Should we give you the Pulitzer now and skip the formality of a ceremony?
— The 3 Eyed Unwilling to Work Rat (@ThreeEyedRat) February 23, 2019
— Eddie Zipperer (@EddieZipperer) February 23, 2019
— Mscurlee💥💥💥 (@Mscurlee1) February 23, 2019
you found out a pastry chef at the president's resort believes in conspiracy theories and track down their pastries, but you had no idea the governor and AG of Virginia had yearbook pics where they appear in blackface. This is hard-hitting journalism lmao
— 16 Handles fan accou (@BasedKashiBar) February 23, 2019
There haven’t been enough job losses in the media.
— EducatëdHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) February 23, 2019
OMG, the horror! 😂😂😂
— G. Brock (@mickeysooner) February 23, 2019
Baked goods. Cutting edge of journalism. Such passion, much scandal. 😆
— cy2n1de (@cy2n1de) February 23, 2019
You are braver than the troops.
— Joe Pontillo (@JoePontillo) February 23, 2019
Way to speak truth to power guys
— Bugle Planet (@BuglePlanet) February 24, 2019
Did he really write “Behold”? 😂
— GottaLaugh (@BuccaneerD) February 23, 2019
Did you know there's a conspiracy regarding the esoteric meanings of a "Bundt Cake" that goes back 5 centuries
— Name (@Black_Whole_Son) February 23, 2019
Wow…such BREAKING NEWS. Should we dub it “Bundt Cake-Gate”? You media hacks are so desperate it’s pitiful to watch.
— Todd Headlee (@ToddHeadleeAZ) February 23, 2019
Well, this is truly earthshaking journalism. Look, a bundt cake with a slice cut loose. Better get Mueller on this right away!
— Elma Rojo⏳⭐⭐⭐ (@realEmmaz) February 23, 2019
If this stuff tastes as good as it looks, I’m willing to overlook her personal views…like I do every other chef.
— Jill (@Jillybeanpark) February 24, 2019
— Mitzi (@MitziFetch) February 23, 2019
Imagine thinking this is worse than the loony #RussiaHoax that you idiots subscribe to. Give me a break.
— My Red Ink (@Myreddinc) February 23, 2019
This isn’t journalism. This is character assassination. Who cares if she has weird beliefs. She bakes cakes for a living.
— Charles Pinto (@CPintoPM) February 23, 2019
Is this a hit piece on a private citizen?
— Lucky Punk (@luckypunk44) February 23, 2019
Why are you trying to destroy a pastry chef and private person?
— The Found (@OwenGraver) February 23, 2019
This is bullying, harassment journalism against a private citizen with no involvement in the public square. People like @willsommer deserve to be sued for every penny they’re worth until the Leftist media stops this endless war against anyone guilty of “wrong-think” https://t.co/pvugk2fHkI
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) February 23, 2019
— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) February 23, 2019
We owe him a debt of gratitude. He has truly saved our republic from dangerous pastry.
— Notafinger 👉🇺🇸👈 🥀 (@notafinger42) February 23, 2019
Nice work exposing a pastry chef and her talent. Those desserts look great!
— Deplorable Hoot (@Mal_Pal83) February 23, 2019
Absolute CUTTING edge journalism. Investigate further! Find out how many eggs were used in the batter, and if the EGGS are ALSO in on it!#qanon
— 🎗Sergeant🇺🇲🇮🇱 (@SergeantZulu) February 23, 2019
This is why people mock journalists when they get fired.
— Muscles McSexington 🎃🕸 (@StArminante) February 23, 2019
Well I guess you have done it, now President Trump will certainly be impeached and thrown out of office.
— Fear in a Handful of Dust (@Doggerteam) February 23, 2019
She is better at her job than you are at yours.
— Nathan Lewis (@nlewi285) February 24, 2019
You should Learn to cake.
— Andreth🐺🗡️🧝🏻 (@Adaneth73) February 24, 2019
Why are so many journalists losing their jobs in 2019?! 🤔
Hold My Pastry!
— Mexican Sandy Occasional-Cortex (@jetrotter) February 24, 2019
Bakers gotta bake
— Debi (@Debbiliongoat) February 23, 2019
This is a parody, right?
— Pekka (@pekkagaiser) February 23, 2019
Picking fights where the less creative thought there weren't any to pick.
— Reappearsay (@RummaTumTums) February 23, 2019
Who the hell cares about someone's personal pastry chef?
You really had to dig that far down to come up with something resembling news?
— Lonny Eachus (@eachus) February 23, 2019
This is what passes for journalism. I have seen more coherent prose scratched onto the bathroom stall in a truck stop. Imagine being this loser. https://t.co/Tn7CeSqMY1
— Chris Barron (@ChrisRBarron) February 23, 2019
Here's a pastry especially for you. pic.twitter.com/D8Mo9rMIk2
— Donna (@LogicVivacious) February 23, 2019
I never knew the clear and present danger that politically rogue bakers posed to America until a few years ago. I am thankful we have brave reporters uncovering this menace. https://t.co/fOLLrJhM0C
— Alan Cornett (@alancornett) February 23, 2019
'Make America Grande Again': There's already a Russia conspiracy theory for Howard Schultz running in 2020 https://t.co/E2BappQWZi
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 28, 2019