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Not Really The Best Words: Trump’s Double Negative Sets Off Grammar Twitter

Not Really The Best Words: Trump’s Double Negative Sets Off Grammar Twitter

Donald Trump was suspended from Twitter even before he left the White House, but that hasn’t stopped his bloviating buffoonery from reaching the platform. His spokesperson, Liz Harrington, has somehow evaded a suspension of her own despite tweeting whatever he’s decided to shart out to the world at any given moment [Writer’s Disclosure: Trump blocked me on Twitter in September 2015 and never unblocked me despite the order from the Department of Justice, and Liz Harrington has me blocked as well. Republicans really hate it when you tell them the truth about themselves, just in case you didn’t know].

On Saturday, the Former Guy and his current mouthpiece, who would both love it if everyone would just “get over” the January 6th insurrection and “move on”, joined forces to make a huge grammatical faux pas in a brief press release regarding the 2020 Presidential Election, which took place 13 months ago.

Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images

Still frustrated that they just can’t find any election fraud no matter how hard they try, they’ve decided constantly whining about it to keep it in the news cycle is the next best thing. The problem is that Trump has the mentality of a 4th grader raised by a pack of truck drivers in a Queens garage, so sometimes the guy who claimed he had “the best words” don’t exactly talk so good.

 

In just one sentence, Trump busted out a double negative while whining about losing AND incorporating projection language. In other “best words,” it’s essentially everything you need to know about Donny Thin Skin.

“Doesn’t think there wasn’t” makes a grammar nerd’s teeth itch, so those people on Twitter who can still see Harrington’s tweets AND have the urge to correct every misused “your” and “to” jumped at the chance to share a lesson in the proper use of the English language on a platform where it gets abused basically every second of the day.

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