|NPR tweeted out the Declaration of Independence on|
the Fourth of July and some Trumpsters got confused
Actually not a bad idea. If 1776 had Twitter, I'm guessing the Founding Fathers might have tweeted out the declaration.
Turns out some easily confused Trump supporters didn't get what NPR was doing. But of course.
One person decided NPR had been "hacked like crazy." Another person reacted to the NPR tweets this way: "So NPR is calling for revolution. Interesting way to condone the violence while trying to sound "patriotic."
Here's the part of the Declaration of Independence that seemed to irk some Trump supporters: "A Prince whose character is thus marked by ever act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the rule of a free people."
"This is why you're going to get defunded," a Trumpster named Darren Mills tweeted in response to NPR.
Yet another confused person dismissed NPR's Declaration of Independence as this: "Propaganda. Is that all you know how? Try supporting a man who wants to do something about the injustice in this country."
I suppose we could all support the country if we figured out what the Declaration of Independence actually is.