Stephen King thinks that even if the reports are bogus, Trump has it coming anyway:
The current Trump allegations may not be true, but seeing him fed a dose of his own nasty medicine has a certain rough justice.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) January 11, 2017
Shorter: It's good for the media to spread lies about a politician I don't like. https://t.co/UukuYYf0C6
— Dick Ng Bimbos (@BillySullivan7) January 11, 2017
Exceptions do apply.
Another good example of how putting another word before “justice” tends to cancel it out. https://t.co/cpEVPc8cCT
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) January 11, 2017
@charlescwcooke Even lying about Trump is considered the moral thing to do, by the Democratic Left.
— GP Cooper (@gpcooper) January 11, 2017
— Joel Fine (@joelfine) January 11, 2017
See, the key is to hate the "right" people….
— Duane Sugimura (@TheFogOfPrattle) January 11, 2017
So you only support false allegations against the president or president to be if it is somebody you do not like? https://t.co/VkyMxHBRmh
— Matthew Battle (@librab103) January 11, 2017
An update to the Rather defense of "fake, but accurate": "fake, but I'm a dick": https://t.co/o3jUUXe4U0
— (((Physics Geek))) (@physicsgeek) January 11, 2017
How would you like to be slandered? https://t.co/nQRp4Lpkyw
— Sheryl ? (@sav01) January 11, 2017
Translated: I don't like this guy, so it's okay to lie about him. https://t.co/1Nu9H7qUyY
— Original Trumpster (@AndrewsDisciple) January 11, 2017
No, that's where you stop. You really can't nail an ending, can you? MT @StephenKing The current Trump allegations may not be true, but
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) January 11, 2017