Richard Grenell is our new spirit animal.
It’s sort of like how we enjoy watching Kayleigh McEnany destroy the press … they don’t know how to deal with people in these positions who don’t mind punching back. So of course, they call them trolls.
We call them badas*es.
Look at this exchange between Richard and Dr. Andreas Nick, Head of German Delegation to Parliamentary Assembly:
For a generation, each and every US Ambassador I got to know personally – career dipomat or political appointee alike – used to leave his post as a highly respected figure and trusted friend of Germany. Now someone leaves issuing threats as if he were representing a hostile power
— Dr. Andreas Nick (@DrAndreasNick) May 25, 2020
Grumble grumble, we don’t like dealing with people who call us on our BS. *shakes tiny fist at the sky*
Richard responded quite politely:
You always wanted me to stop asking you publicly to pay your NATO obligations and calling for an end to Nord Stream 2. But these are US policies. And I work for the American people. https://t.co/AK240eMM3H
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) May 25, 2020
He works for the American people.
What a novel idea.
And damn right, he does.
Another interaction we thought you’d enjoy:
Grenexit. Germany breathes a collective sigh of relief https://t.co/UF7nE2hDcF
— Noah Barkin (@noahbarkin) May 24, 2020
They just can’t deal with him.
His response tells you WHY …
You make a big mistake if you think the American pressure is off. You don’t know Americans. https://t.co/QeplKk7lIt
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) May 24, 2020
Ok, this editor may have done a teensy little fist pump reading this tweet.
YOU’RE NOT THE BOSS OF US.