What can we say, Twitter is hard.
Ok, so that’s not entirely true. Twitter isn’t hard unless you’re a sanctimonious, self-centered, virtue-signaling waste of space who used to work for Obama. Samantha Power saw a tweet from the popular and well-known parody account of the North Korean government, DPRK, and thought it was real.
Real enough to use in a lame slam on Trump.
Only she really just ended up slamming herself.
Retweeting the DPRK parody account dunking on Trump because you think it's actually the North Korean government dunking on Trump to own the cons. pic.twitter.com/V6OO53n5jT
— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) November 11, 2018
Wow, she seems smart. Good to know she was in charge of the unmasking operation.
— Little Larry Sellers (@SpawnOfDanelaw) November 11, 2018
Right? She clearly pays attention to detail.
And to think this person was US ambs to UN.
— Evgeny Cherpak (@cherpake) November 11, 2018
This is a former senior official. This is a Harvard academic. This is pathetic.
— mattf (@mfmf100) November 11, 2018
Obama sure could pick ’em.
The DPRK parody account is a fun follow. But to think for a moment it’s real is pretty damned goofy. C’mon folks…
— John Hakes (@johnny_hakes) November 11, 2018
To be fair, she does look extremely confused in her profile picture. pic.twitter.com/PvmJZS5Slz
— What's A Defense (@RebsFinsUp) November 11, 2018