Hate to break it to these folks, but if they think kneeling in front of Trump somehow makes him feel badly we’ve got a bridge to sell them in Iraq.
The kneel will now become a sign of opposition to Trump.
— David Corn (@DavidCornDC) September 24, 2017
Kneeling, the act of submitting to someone more powerful than you, is somehow resisting.
You go with that.
i am kneeling as i type
— ROSIE (@Rosie) September 24, 2017
Umm … bad visual.
Will place this in the ‘things we need never have imagined’ column.
Definitely send Trump a message by kneeling every time he walks by. https://t.co/aYOY3oSLD9
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) September 24, 2017
Right? Trump is probably super insulted that these morons are kneeling before him.
— joseph rodecap (@josephrodecap) September 24, 2017
Bill Clinton, Chuck Schumer and Santa Claus enter a bar …
— anotherfan (@Fenwaynine) September 25, 2017
Not enough spray in the world.
There's also another connotation when you get on your knees for somebody. This kneeling business is confusing.
— David Ari Packman (@adpackman) September 25, 2017
— Tater Allen (@Po_T8ter) September 24, 2017
Pretty sure when Zod wanted Superman to kneel before him he didn’t see it as a sign of resistance.
Please do. I see that as bow down to your ruler. Good luck with that!
— Redeemed mandy (@siesienna) September 25, 2017
So go ahead David and Rosie, bow to your ruler.
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