If you’d have told us Stephen King aka the Master of Horror, would be such a simpering, sad little man about politics in general on Twitter we would never have believed you. No way the guy who created characters like Jack Torrance and Nick Andros would write uninformed, sad tweets like some mopey high school girl fixated on her ex-boyfriend, right?
Case in point.
With every passing day, Trump acts more like the tinpot military dictator of a Central or South American country in 1955. All he needs is the costume shop uniform and a chestful of fake medals and ribbons.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) March 16, 2018
Trump is more and more like a dictator of a South American country in the 50’s.
Except if this were true, King would have been locked up and probably executed months ago over the tweets he’s written about this so-called evil dictator but whatevs.
You not being dead for this tweet would indicate this is not the case. Your remaining fans seem to eat this bullshit up with a spoon though.
— Full Semi-Auto Velvet Revolver (@TMIWITW) March 16, 2018
Scary indeed. If you look through the thread you will see a bunch of people posting images of Dictator Trump, which is hilarious because again, they could never be able to do that if this was even remotely true.
Dictatorships don’t typically allow the ability to talk sh*t about their leaders.
I get your point but you insult those who actually lived under a dictatorship. We can vote his ass out. And unlike Central American dictators on the 50s, the government hasn’t rounded up people for speaking their mind.
— Steve on Resler (@steve_sez_3MTA3) March 16, 2018
Let’s not pretend King actually understands what he’s tweeting about here. He had an image of Trump in his little mind and he went with it, never once actually considering the horrors people have faced living under dictators.
Thinking your president is a boob doesn’t make him a dictator, Stephen.
Don’t your kind like South American military dictators? You all were in love with Hugo Chavez
— Christine Sisto (@ChristineSisto) March 16, 2018