Last night, President Trump replaced his longtime campaign manager, Brad Parscale. Fed up after months of sliding in the polls and allegedly enraged by attack ads accusing Parscale of filling his own pockets with campaign money, the president decided to demote him and appointed a longtime GOP strategist, Bill Stepien, to try and right the ship.
Parscale is apparently not taking this news very well, if his Twitter account is anything to judge by. Like all conservatives tend to do these days, Parscale sees his demotion as some kind of “persecution” and a deeply hurtful turn of events and not the natural consequence of being a greedy idiot who sucks at his job.
Going full Rubio, Parscale tweeted out a Bible verse this afternoon, making it clear how unfair all of this was and how upset he was about it.
Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse them.
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) July 16, 2020
Social media users immediately pounced and brutally mocked his ridiculously overdramatic tweet showcasing his persecution complex.
They did not feel sorry for him:
— Gore Vidal Sassoon (@JimmyJazz1968) July 16, 2020
I warned you that you were there to be one of the last people thrown under the bus. You’re too stupid to be much more than that. Too bad you didn’t listen but that makes it much funnier for me. You fucking failure
— Brooke Binkowski (@brooklynmarie) July 16, 2020
Where’s the Bible verse about spending campaign money on Ferraris
— Molly Knight (@molly_knight) July 16, 2020
Pretty sure your essentially funding a jerk's ongoing litigation-harassment of my son and me was not at all Christian conduct, nor was it Christian to affiliate yourself with such a person, but you go on and quote the Bible. Go right ahead.
— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) July 16, 2020
— Tara Dublin #BidenHarris2020 (@taradublinrocks) July 16, 2020
me accepting your blessings pic.twitter.com/TOZuIj8vTD
— Brian Santa Maria (@briansantamaria) July 16, 2020