'A-grifting he will go': Former Trump official mocked after he's reduced to peddling QAnon merch
Category: News & PoliticsVia: john-russell • 3 weeks ago • 3 comments
By: Will Sommer (Raw Story - Celebrating Years of Independent Journalism)
Disgraced former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn has fallen far ever since President Donald Trump fired him for lying about his interactions with Russian officials and since he was indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for lying to the FBI.
However, Flynn this week was mocked by many Twitter users for reaching a new low: Selling merchandise that promotes the QAnon conspiracy theory.
As flagged by Will Sommer of the Daily Beast, Flynn's official merchandise store is now selling t-shirts featuring the QAnon slogan "Where We Go One We Go All," while also promoting the idea that the "Great Awakening" will soon come to keep Trump in the White house.
"The Great Awakening is happening and the signs are everywhere," the store says in its blurb about its QAnon gear. "This WWG1WGA design is a special edition. We are offering a sweatshirt, a ladies v-neck and mens crew neck t-shirt, and a very cool trucker hat to match."
Sommer's followers immediately piled on Flynn for pushing QAnon, which claims that Trump is teaming up with an undead John F. Kennedy Jr. to expose the entire Democratic Party as a front for child-molesting Satanists.
Check out some reactions below.
This man was entrusted with state secrets. I will never forget that fact. — Tracee (@TraceeM) December 29, 2020
A grifting he will go
A grifting he will go
Hi-ho Flynn sinks that low
A grifting he will go — The Lone Apple (@The_Lone_Apple) December 29, 2020
Flynn manages to out-traitor himself. — not a supreme court justice (@C0G1TO_ERG0_SUM) December 29, 2020
Can't wait to see what kind of male-energy pill he's going to start selling. — Michael Hayward (@haywarmi) December 29, 2020
Shouldn't it be JFK Jr modeling the merchandise? — Johnny Dollar (@ytjohnnyd) December 29, 2020
"A very cool trucker hat"?! Isn't that an oxymoron? — Karen Duffey (@kduffey33) December 29, 2020
This man was a respected general. My god. — minnesorta (@minnesorta) December 29, 2020
I fully support this. Yet another way to identify assholes without interacting with them. — Sean Corcoran (@seancorcoran) December 29, 2020
I'd like to point out that:
is very literally how sheep flock. — elsabore (@elsabore1) December 29, 2020
This is what I see. pic.twitter.com/qxv4okgQhi — The Goat Yogi©️ (@r_endymion) December 29, 2020
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