Earlier this week, CNN’s Jim Acosta described his experience at a Trump rally in Tampa where many in the crowd chanted “CNN sucks” in the middle of his live segment. Acosta floated ideas such as having journalists chant “the media are not the enemy of the people” in front of the White House, as well as suggested pro-press bumper stickers and buttons. The parody account Beverly Hills Antifa came through by setting Acosta’s theatrics to music:
Jim Acosta crying set to music. pic.twitter.com/LLfkC0tHPr
— Beverly Hills Antifa (@BevHillsAntifa7) August 3, 2018
This is bloody brilliant. https://t.co/lmVU09qZ35
— The🐰Foo (@PolitiBunny) August 4, 2018
This just made my day https://t.co/PcQMtPohLQ
— Storm Paglia 🇺🇸 (@storm_paglia) August 4, 2018
💔 This is beautiful. Thank you.
— Bree 🙂 (@BreeVandy) August 3, 2018
My God, I cant quit laughing…..
— Badmood (@OBCnTx) August 3, 2018
— Becky Look at her Bot🌺❤🇺🇸 (@BeckysTidePods) August 3, 2018
This is the best thing I've seen in at least three days. Bravo! https://t.co/bH4FGacBBx
— The Eye's Mind (@TheEyesMind2) August 4, 2018
Watch "Bumper Stickers and Buttons" the latest performance art piece from the actor known as the "Despondent Correspondent". Bravo, sir! https://t.co/rX13JU32Po
— Rick Seeger (@rickseeger) August 4, 2018
He makes it too easy.