Hapless Panicked Clown Squeals "DO SOMETHING!" Entirely Proficient Mueller Retorts "I Am."

This is what social media was invented for. By an as-yet anonymous artist.

With Special Counsel Robert Mueller set to announce the first charges of his grand jury investigation Monday, the buffoon-in-chief responded Sunday with his usual gravitas, wisdom and restraint. In a frantic lengthy Twitter meltdown, he sputtered and babbled about "33,000 deleted emails" and "phony Trump/Russia 'collusion', which doesn't exist" before wildly charging, "The Dems are using this terrible (and bad for our country) Witch Hunt for evil politics, but the R's ... are now fighting back like never before. There is so much GUILT by Democrats/Clinton, and now the facts are pouring out." Just in case some of those facts prove less than benevolent, he ended by bravely shrieking, "DO SOMETHING!"

Zillions of his fans quickly responded, admiring both his willingness to address not deflect from the issue at hand and his typically resolute hand on the steering wheel of an admittedly floundering ship of state. Many pointed out that Mueller was, in fact, doing something: In response to Drumpf's plea, they offered imaginary Mueller responses of "Already on it," "Hold my beer" and "Oh, we are Donald, we are." One helpfully "HELP, I'VE COMMITTED TREASON AND THEY'RE COMING FOR ME." And the ever-astute J.K. Rowling Nothing expresses calm confidence better than a caps-locked scream of 'DO SOMETHING!'" Meanwhile, Trump spent his 4th weekend in a row playing golf for the 78th time. On the way back in his motorcade, two pedestrians gave him a thumbs down and one bicyclist gave him a finger. Ladies and gentlemen, the President of the United States, hopefully not for long.

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