Twitter goes wild for Republican group’s devastating new anti-trump ad

Twitter goes wild for Republican group’s devastating new anti-Trump ad

Side by side photographs of Abraham Lincoln and Donald Trump.

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The Lincoln Project’s new ad against the 45th president is taking Twitter by storm. Without mentioning the name of the current occupant of the White House — or even the name of our country — The Lincoln Project’s new ad puts our current situation in stark, factual terms,

“90,000 deaths and growing.

“Millions more will file for unemployment.”

and issues ominous but credible predictions about the coming weeks.

“He will lie to you over and over.

“He will Tweet instead of lead…

“Welcome to this week, and the next week, and the next, and the next.”

With plans in the works to release a new commercial every other day, the Lincoln Project may be lighting up Twitter for weeks to come.

The response to George Conway’s Tweet of this one has Twitter users joining in with reactions to the new ad, suggestions for the next, and plenty of content of their own.

Watch the ad for yourself, and then check out some of the greatest tweets.


What would happen if this administration were handling a different disaster?

Photo of the titanic at the bottom of the ocean


Say, the sinking of the Titanic?

Even the Washington Post is joining in on this one.

Don’t forget the other crooked moves from this administration

A photograph of Saudi Arabia crown prince Mohammed bin Salman


Like selling arms to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval,

And how much money was in it for the president.

Remember, voters can get rid of a lot of shady characters

Side by side photographs of Rudy Giuliani and Mike Pompeo.


All the president’s men (and women) will leave when he does.

Why would you re-elect?

A photograph of a paper vote being inserted into a ballot box.


Twitter users take a hard look at what you have to believe in order to pull the lever to re-elect this incumbent in November.

Where is the VP?

Mike Pence Vice President pointing at the crowd

Flickr / Gage Skidmore

We haven’t seen him in a while. Why is that?

How important is it to vote?

A photograph of protesters holding signs for voting rights.

Flickr / Michael Fleshman

Very. And people know it.

It’s hard not to draw comparisons to previous White House occupants.

A photograph of Barack Obama speaking

Gage Skidmore / Flickr

People remind us of what we used to have throughout history,

and more recently.

The Lincoln Project calls on voters to show up on November 3 and make the change.

Side by side photographs of Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

Wikimedia / Flickr

The Lincoln Project’s new ad closes by saying that the current chaos will go on until we do something.

What’s happening now is not good

A photograph of tombstones in a graveyard.


The ad points out current conditions during the pandemic, but Twitter users offer even more details.

New ads are coming from the Lincoln Project every other day, and Twitter users have suggestions.

How about a soundtrack?

Photo of an orchestra playing


One Twitter user performs his original ballad for use in the next commercial.

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