Satirical Excerpt Gets Twitter to Believe Trump Created a Gorilla Channel for Himself
Look, Trump is a massive weirdo, but the question is just how much of a weirdo is he? The new book from Michael Wolff — titled Fire and Fury — chronicles Michael Wolff’s time observing the going ons inside the White House. The book is insane including how Trump would lock himself in the Lincoln Bedroom, how he expected to lose, how his wife cried on election day, and how he had to have someone explain the constitution to him, but got too bored to listen after the fourth amendment. Jesus. To satirize all of the excerpts going around online, Twitter user and comic strip artist @pixelatedboat, tweeted out a fake passage from the book about Donald Trump getting a channel installed in his room called the “Gorilla Channel” that he would watch it for 17 hours and thought the gorillas could hear him. Check it out.
Well, in a weird sweep of events, a bunch of people believed the Gorilla Channel story. People believed that Donald Trump had a channel installed in the White House of only gorilla fights and encouraged the gorillas to fight because he thought he could hear him. The president just sucks that hard — but it’s not the best that folks believed it so easily either!
Soon it was dubbed “The Gorilla Channel Problem” where the president is such a ridiculous human being that you can hear something like this and it sounds FINE. Then everyone had fun with the idea that the Gorilla Channel could exist. Check it out.
@pixelatedboat, not wanting this Gorilla Channel thing to spread — especially as something Trump could use to try to discredit the book (he sucks whether or not he has a Gorilla Channel) — changed his user name quickly. But for now, we know this. The president is such an awful lazy weirdo we all believed he had a channel of gorillas fighting installed into his room.