It all started with a delusional message Monday night from President Donald J. Trump where he told his MAGA-loving supporters in Florida, “Now they say I’m immune. I can — I feel so powerful… I’ll walk into that audience, I’ll walk in there, I’ll kiss everyone in that audience. I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women …” He continued, “I’ll just give you a big, fat kiss.”
At one point, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) was seen in the audience “clutching his pearls” as one viewer shared.
Additional reactions below for amusement and confusion on just about every single level imaginable.
On a scale from 1 to Keith Richards; how fucked up is Trump right now? https://t.co/GzfPvuImuq
— YS (@NYinLA2121) October 12, 2020
After suggesting he’s immune, the President says he feels so powerful he’ll walk into the audience and kiss all the guys and “beautiful women” pic.twitter.com/tLDGGYtyHl
— Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) October 12, 2020
"They say I'm immune. I feel so powerful. I'll watch into that audience, I'll walk in there, kiss everyone in that audience. I'll kiss the guys and the beautiful women." — Trump pic.twitter.com/JvhmagVrVA
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) October 12, 2020
— Mystery Solvent (@MysterySolvent) October 12, 2020
— Do You Know The Kwé? (@badyetnotboujee) October 12, 2020
#TrumpRallyFlorida More people there than teeth.
— Ryan Schilling (@RyanSch05882222) October 12, 2020
Bat shit crazy. No meds, so he's back on Adderall #TrumpRallyFlorida
— OhioHatesTrump (@HatesOhio) October 12, 2020
Everyone be sure to get a cup of free kool-aid before leaving #TrumpRallyFlorida
— Ervmeister Meistererver (@Mister_Erv) October 12, 2020
— Seattle (@MonkyChi83) October 12, 2020
— Tony Lomas (@TonyLomas) October 12, 2020
Trump supporters celebrate the death of everyone after the Trump rally in Florida.
— Heinrich Himmler (@Gop_Himmler_Q) October 12, 2020
— Bob Davidson (@oybay) October 12, 2020
Hitler was on cocaine.
Trump is on steroids.
— chickens coming home to roost never made me sad (@SatanMedia) October 12, 2020
— 50/50innertainment (@5050RecordLabel) October 12, 2020
— Sydney Kravetz (@booksavor) October 12, 2020
— Jennifer Hamilton (@TshirtInked) October 12, 2020
— PoliticalGroove (@PoliticalGroove) October 12, 2020
— Ricardo Ocaña (@RickyBarbaritoO) October 12, 2020
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