Donald Trump is the master of “alternative facts.” The rest of the world might refer to this kind of fiction as lies, but he and his cronies aren’t worried about little technicalities such as truth. They manage to put so much spin on reality that it is barely recognizable. A perfect example would be the resignation letter of Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn.
Flynn resigned this week after he was busted discussing the sanctions placed on Russia by Obama with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. These conversations, which the Justice Department warned Trump about in January, took place while Obama was still president.
In his resignation letter, Flynn tries his best to convince us that this is all just a big misunderstanding. Certainly not treason. So no harm, no foul. But thankfully, Twitter is here to set the record straight.
Writer Nick Pappas took the liberty of correcting all the alternative facts in Flynn’s resignation letter and has rewritten it to reflect what is really going on instead of what Trump’s administration is trying to convince us is going on. The result is pure perfection.
— Nick Jack Pappas (@Pappiness) February 14, 2017
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