This tweet makes me happier than a smiling, drunk sunshine. https://t.co/VMuhTd43y2
— Rebecca Noms Hot Dogs (@duchessrebecca) August 31, 2016
How kickass is this?
Mary Katharine Ham recently made the case for getting The Rock on the debate stage:
— Jack Hunter (@jackhunter74) August 29, 2016
And we’ve gotta say, it’s a pretty strong case:
Mary Katharine Ham, senior contributor at The Federalist, joined CNN’s “At This Hour” to discuss the upcoming Presidential debates. When Trump surrogate John Phillips said that the Republican nominee wants the debates to be like WrestleMania, Ham asks the question that we are all thinking:
“If it’s WrestleMania, can we get The Rock on stage so I can vote for him and be done with it?” she said about actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
In an election year where so many people want a third option, it’s disappointing there probably won’t be a third-party candidate on stage, Ham said.
Well, The Rock got wind of what Ham was cookin’, and he apparently approves:
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) August 31, 2016
Sounds good to us.
Throw in a couple "It doesn't matter…!" and your debates will go without a hitch. ?
— Sal Loria (@salloria) August 31, 2016
Rock: What do you think about immigration? Opponent: Well I think… Rock: IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT YOU THINK!!!
— Adam Rosen (@ARosen210) August 31, 2016
"IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT YOUR POLICY IS!!"
— Colin Hunter (@youstolemyname) August 31, 2016
— Lincoln (@LincTheSinc22) August 31, 2016
Is this a great idea? Or the greatest idea ever?
— ?Ghost of Christmas Señia ☃️ (@ayasgirl) August 31, 2016
@FDRLST I totally second this
— Marvin (@marvataiel) August 31, 2016
@FDRLST Rock you have my vote ??
— Janee Jordan (@janee_jordan) August 31, 2016
There is nothing about this that is not awesome.
— Michelle Lancaster (@CyFitFreedom) August 31, 2016
Join the club. Ham seems pretty stoked, too!
You got this. Debate prep is BYOFP (bring your own fanny pack). You've got one, right? ??? https://t.co/XNF2Oxmkkh
— Mary Katharine Ham (@mkhammer) August 31, 2016
@TheRock Hammer/Johnson 2016
— Rick Klau (@rklau) August 31, 2016
Let’s make this happen!