The media likes to track the travels of the “Baby Trump” balloon (some call it a blimp, but that makes it sound way bigger than it is) like CNN likes to track missing aircraft. Every time it appears it becomes a news item, and every time it’s planned to appear somewhere, that becomes a news item too.
The Baby Trump balloon was most recently spotted in London during President Trump’s state visit, and although it’s difficult to find a photo that really shows the size of the thing, Maggie Haberman’s probably comes closest. The thing would likely fit in your garage.
Found the balloon. pic.twitter.com/eVtrLZZRHs
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) June 4, 2019
And here’s the “giant balloon” as photographed by The New York Times last year â¦ and Trump’s still president!
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 13, 2018
Yeah, that’s the “blimp.” If you want to see what it looks like with liberal goggles on, check out this Sky News preview of its upcoming coverage of Trump’s visit. The thing blots out the sun, it’s so huge.
How seriously does the rest of the world take Trump? Well, hereâs how Sky News is advertising his UK state visit. Watch. pic.twitter.com/wEa0EedoxJ
— Matt McDermott (@mattmfm) June 1, 2019
The Hill is reporting that Code Pink has filed for a permit to fly Baby Trump over the Lincoln Memorial on Independence Day during President Trump’s address because it’s always important to hear out Code Pink and take them seriously.
— The Hill (@thehill) June 11, 2019
“The president is shifting the 4th of July festivities to celebrate his administration,” said Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin in the statement. “We will bring together people opposed to the pain and suffering caused by this administration, from family separation at the border to supplying weapons used by Saudi Arabia to kill Yemeni children.” And they’ll do it by flying the Baby Trump balloon.
— Kenton McCarthy (@colonelguano) June 11, 2019
— susan l melville (@SueleeMel) June 11, 2019
if only everybody had a trump balloon. and everybody waved them in the sky. it would still do absolutely nothing.
— trigger down ğ (@jeff_pine) June 11, 2019
Because nothing says letâs celebrate Independence Day like petty, immature snowflakes wanting to fly a Trump balloonğ https://t.co/NxKdLoQs9X
— Dana Boos (@DanaBoos3) June 11, 2019
They’re upset because Trump is hijacking the Independence Day festivities toÂ celebrate his administration, so what better way to reclaim the holiday than observing the Fourth of July by flying a big balloon that looks like Trump.
Great use of resources by the mentally ill. Put that money into Lithium, or, some type of resume builder site
— *Sees graphite on roof (@ODhonnabhain) June 11, 2019
Because waving around a giant balloon like a bunch of toddlers is a great way to get ppl to take you seriously LMFAO ğ pic.twitter.com/pkRTGywm3s
— Muellersuksadikovskyâââ (@Sixlets821) June 11, 2019
To be honest â¦ the thing’s kind of growing on us the more we see it.
I have never heard of a Trump supporter mad about the Baby Trump. Generally we think it is funny. https://t.co/CabzRtwz6A
— KekYuga2020 (@KYuga2020) June 11, 2019
— Doodles ğºğ¸ (@DoodlesTrks) June 11, 2019
— Sean Moore ğºğ¸ (@SeanMooreWins) June 11, 2019
They don't get it. Love that balloon.
— thegreat45 (@tbsellick) June 11, 2019
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) June 11, 2019
Who cares? Donât think Trump does. Most people donât even pay attention to this juvenile posturing. Ha ha âsome capitalist is making money out of producing those balloons! https://t.co/g1hGUAAp8U
— The Bah (@RikkiTheBah) June 11, 2019
We look at Baby Trump and see the guy who just wrestled an agreement out of Mexico to finally do something about illegal immigration coming from their southern border. Heck, build the border wall and fly a balloon from it every mile. Stay angry, Baby Trump!
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 13, 2018