Thousands of (paid) rioters … err … protesters have been out on the streets over the last week shaking their proverbial fists at President-elect Trump. We have seen a lot of silly and stupid things, but this picture of a protester with a sign perfectly illustrates how stupid the protesters themselves are.
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 13, 2016
What the Hell is scilence? Is that like science and silence?
Scenic silence? Or maybe she’s just a dolt who should stay away from making posters.
And it definitely needs more sparkles.
@RobProvince white what?
— SmokeScreen (@TiffanyBass25) November 13, 2016
See, we’re not sure. White something and as long as it’s white there is something wrong with it … maybe? Hard to say.
— Jason H. (@leeharvey418) November 13, 2016
THAT’S IT. We knew it was something like that.
.@RobProvince My favorite genre is Scilence Fiction.
— neontaster (@neontaster) November 14, 2016
— EducatédHillbilly™ (@RobProvince) November 14, 2016
And another winner! Fashisom – gosh, it’s almost impossible to spell that word that badly. Like it takes actual effort to spell that poorly.
What is that exactly, fascist fashion maybe?
@RobProvince the scilence is scettled
— dubs (@mrbigdubya) November 13, 2016
Heh. Scure is (see what we did there!?)
— G (@TCC_Grouchy) November 14, 2016
Teachers are so busy inundating our youth with progressive nonsense and Leftist ideals they don’t have time to teach spelling.
@RobProvince Hello dardarkness my old friend
— BigMcLrgHuge (@BigMcLrgHuge) November 14, 2016
The Scounds of Scilence.
Side note, our spellcheck is screaming at us every time we add a “c” incorrectly to a word.
— Eric Spencer (@JustEric) November 14, 2016
Don’t be surprised if you see this hashtag trending, just sayin’.
— Natasha Fatale (@N_Fatale) November 14, 2016
True, she could be a well-rounded protester, sure.
HA HA HA.
Her spelling is violence.
— Lizzy Lou Who?? (@_wintergirl93) November 14, 2016
Her spelling oppresses us all.
— = Opportunity Hater (@NotOne2bPC) November 14, 2016
Obama built the scilence.
— DeplorableSaraConner (@xLakeGirl) November 14, 2016
Bingo. Spell check does a lot of thinking for us, and if you’re younger and grew up writings papers on a computer with spell check you likely can’t spell all that well on your own.
— Skydash ? (@skydash) November 14, 2016