Trump Made Up A Swedish Terror Attack. Chelsea Clinton’s Response Is Perfect

Last night, America’s new President took an unprecedented step 30 days into his first term, holding a campaign rally for the next election in 2020 in an airport hangar in the 77,000-person, majority Trump voter town of Melbourne, Florida. That’s when Donald Trump decided to build on his new regime’s penchant for creative lying and other psychopathologies.

Trump invented a fake terror attack in Sweden out of the blue that simply did not happen, and Chelsea Clinton’s response perfectly captured America’s sarcastic mood in response to the reality TV presidency already lapsing into campaign reruns of their gaslighting America reality show.

The Trump regime is serious about constantly gaslighting America, and making up fake terror attacks is part of their White Terror playbook.

We’re only thirty days into the Trump regime, and we all need a little comic relief after our country’s government went from respected to feared. Twitter’s response has been nothing short of hilarious with the #lastnightinsweden hashtag:

Even Trump’s Russian man-crush lashed out on Twitter over the geographical error.

Trump’s fake news set off a small stir in the country of just under 10 million progressive, educated Swedes, and we do mean small:

Real news did report a potential fashion massacre #lastnightinsweden:

Swedes continue to be concerned about mass migrations, and #lastnightinsweden is no exception:

There’s also #PrayforABBA and a few other tags.


What do you think?