Well this is just pathetic.
John Cohen, the producer of The Angry Birds and Despicable Me, tweeted OLD photos of Sean Spicer in a medical boot after he had a procedure back in March as a way to pretend Spicer was too stupid to put on matching shoes.
It looks like Sean Spicer accidentally put on two different colored shoes today and is now awkwardly trying to hide it. pic.twitter.com/a3oeXHwCa1
— John Cohen (@JohnCohen1) May 11, 2017
He did delete the tweet but ONLY after getting hammered by Twitter for it.
Luckily we have a screenshot of it:
Wondering if he listened to all of the ‘feedback’ he received for posting the bad joke in the first place.
— Henry Williams (@digitalhen) May 11, 2017
Taken in March and oh look, another angle.
So he’s not awkwardly hiding anything, he’s wearing a medical boot.
But nice try, John.
@JohnCohen1 It’s a walking boot after a medical procedure. But go ahead and mock, classy dude
— Toby Harshaw (@tobinharshaw) May 11, 2017
Of course he’s super classy.
Actually, it looks like he’s wearing a boot for an injury…because that’s exactly what he’s doing https://t.co/N1INmY2XQv
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) May 11, 2017
Well this is embarrassing, right John? Embarrassing enough to delete it …
Verified account, 1,000 RTs in 30 minutes, spread by reporters from places like Huffington Post. Aaand total BS, months ago, walking boot. pic.twitter.com/u3fFQHweuN
— Steve Krakauer (@SteveKrak) May 11, 2017
That’s just pathetic.
But on the other hand, is anyone surprised HuffPost shared it? It’s not like they’re known for having the best judgement when it comes to newsworthy tweets.
— Chelsea’s Resumé (@EF517_V2) May 11, 2017
— MBC (@MoonbatCatnip) May 11, 2017
@JohnCohen1 So are you a liar, or just stupid?
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) May 11, 2017
Jury is still out on this one.
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