Trump’s Favorite Meme-Maker Carpe Donktum UNSUSPENDED From Twitter After Massive Outcry
President Donald Trump’s favorite meme-maker Carpe Donktum was suspended from Twitter on Monday, immediately after sharing an exclusive clip provided to him by Project Veritas.
Donktum’s account was promptly restored after massive public outcry.
The video Donktum tweeted was part of Project Veritas’ “Expose CNN” series and featured The Cable News Network (aka: the Communist News Network, CIA News Network, Clinton News Network, Concocted News Network, etc.) is simply fake news. According to CNN’s own three-time Emmy award winning journalist, Amber Lyon, CNN is routinely paid by the US government to make up fake news and also to selectively report on certain events in ways that fit their narrative. Plus, the Obama administration even paid CNN for editorial control over their content, badly distorting the news in their(...)
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Donktum’s hilarious video memes are frequently shared by President Trump. In July, he and his family were invited to the White House to meet the president.
This isn’t the first time Donktum has been suspended from the platform. He was suspended in January over a parody clip of Trump confronting CNN’s Jim Acosta at a saloon. The meme was titled “The Twitter Fight at No Wall Corral.”
Eventually, Donktum regained access, but was suspended again in May when Brian Krassenstein tweeted a call for his followers to mass report the meme-maker’s account.