This tweet from Catastrophe's Rob Delaney should be used to test people for stupidity
If you took this tweet at face value, we're very, very worried about you.
Rob Delaney, star of the brilliant Catastrophe and one of the funniest people on Twitter, has expressed his dismay at the number of people who have taken a tweet he wrote recently about Donald Trump seriously.
Delaney, you see, recently explained why he was sorry he had voted for the Tango-coloured morality vacuum that is the current *spits* President *cusses* of the *really?* United States.
This got over 100,000 likes...
I'm truley sorry I voted for Trump. I only wanted disabled kids to lose their Medicaid ;I didn't want people to know im racist
— rob delaney (@robdelaney) August 18, 2017
...and we're genuinely worried about the number of people who took him seriously.
As is he.
When you read some of the responses to Delaney's original tweet, you get to realise that there two kinds of people in life; those that get it, and those for whom irony and sarcasm are strange, foreign concepts.
What kind of a monster are you? Poor disabled kids are the ones that need Medicaid the most!
— Tim Sabin (@malovesyou) August 19, 2017
Except he campaigned as a racist and said he wasn't going to cut Medicaid and was going to make everyone's healthcare better ...
— Mister Blue (@bryboiblue) August 18, 2017
What? "Wanted disabled kids to lose their Medicaid"? You might not be a racist, but you are certainly heartless
— Alt Left (@AltAmericano) August 19, 2017
You're a terrible person! What if disabled people like myself wanted you to lose all your assets and go live on the streets? Same concept!
— Brandon Franklin (@b_unit1991) August 19, 2017
...and the one that makes our head hurt the most...
If you didn't want people to know you are a racist you wouldn't wear a porn mustache.
— Harry Maude (@harrymaude692) August 20, 2017
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