The Left’s 30 Ft Inflatable Attack On Trump BACKFIRES In A Spectacular Way
The Left has come up with a way to try to take President Donald Trump down a few notches, and it involves creating a giant inflatable rooster with the hairstyle of Trump and holding up its hands using a gesture that Trump has become known for when he speaks.
However, Trump supporters were quick to develop their response, and it involved using the Left’s creation as a sort of mascot for their Make America Great Again hero.
Some social media users used the float to play on President Trump’s promise to respond to military actions from 3rd world country dictators with “Fire and Fury.”
Another used the advertising campaign form Chick–fil-A in which they inserted the inflatable rooster into the middle.
Another added a pair of pixelated sunglasses which, in the “meme world,” is a symbol meaning “Deal with it.”
The idea is to put the sunglasses on someone in a situation in which people might become offended or irritated.
In this situation, it looks as though the Trump rooster is holding North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un by the scruff of his neck.
Another user added the rooster to the presidential seal of the United States.
One of our favorites, simply because of the detail in the artwork, does a play off of the story line of Godzilla, only they refer to their meme as MAGAZILLA.
Another has the inflatable rooster making the venture down the escalator of Trump Tower where Donald Trump made history by announcing his bid for the presidency.
Others have the rooster in a mushroom cloud, dropping out of a plane as if they were bombs, or people running in terror from the inflatable rooster.
We like to think the people running are Liberal snowflakes running for their safe spaces.
Finally, a nod to a meme that was created from a meme about an 80’s video game with broken English in its opening:
Let us know which one is your favorite, and a special thank you to Know Your Meme for providing the background on a couple memes we were unsure about.
Update: Some readers have reached out to us and contended that these memes were created in order to make fun of the President of the United States.
The contention is that, especially the memes where the inflatable Trump-rooster is bombing America’s enemies, they are meant to show that Donald Trump is unstable and has an itchy trigger finger.
While we can understand how Leftists can come up with this point of view, keep in mind that Hillary Clinton labeled half of the United States that supported Donald Trump as nothing more than a basket of “deplorables.” Obviously, we know that being a deplorable is a negative thing.
However, Trump supporters have gladly attached themselves to the term, using it with pride:
“I’m a deplorable, and I proudly voted for Trump.”
In much the same way, we could make the argument that some of the above memes, even if they could be interpreted as negative towards the president, could also be viewed as positive and a source of pride for his supporters.
Whereas Liberal snowflakes might view raining fire and fury on America’s enemies as being a bad thing, there are many on the Right who believe that it is a good thing.
What do you think? Do you see the memes as being negative or positive towards President Trump?