Donald Trump Jr. is trying to do his best to make his father notice him, so he’s decided he’s going to self-publish a book about Joe Biden. You’d think he’d be better suited to write a book about his father and the rat bastard he is and always will be, but Junior is far too terrified of being taken out of daddy’s will to actually grow a set of balls and a spine.
The book, Junior announced, is entitled Liberal Privilege: Joe Biden and the Democrats’ Defense of the Indefensible, and he proudly trumpeted his new tome on Twitter, where it quickly became clear that he hadn’t actually bothered to proofread the proposed cover:
— Garrett M. Graff (@vermontgmg) July 11, 2020
Yes, he’s a Trump all right!
Let the mocking begin:
Being unable – or unwilling – to do things correctly tends to be a value that a person applies across the board. Don Jr. doesn’t do anything correctly. He takes pride in that.
— JRehling (@JRehling) July 11, 2020
Did Fredo self-publish this? Any proofreader worth their salt would have caught this. How many grammatical errors lurk inside his book? Or is it an appeal to his illiterate audience? Mind-boggling.
— Gort (@DrugstorCowboy) July 11, 2020
Nah. Let’s just find out which Democrat it is.
Even his proofreader hates him. 🤣
— Patty (@suo_gan) July 11, 2020
— Bruce L (@Brucelevin8) July 12, 2020
I’ll get started on the new one, now! pic.twitter.com/ZUM0LolLpm
— Ledsjam_Trump (@ledsjam_trump) July 11, 2020
He knows this is only going to be purchased in bulk by the RNC, daddy’s campaign, and donors looking for taxpayers money handouts. Doesn’t matter what is on it or in it. They will sit in boxes taking up space, then get tossed in dumpsters
— Daddy Bitts (@BittsDaddy) July 12, 2020
You can’t expect him to have command of 2 adjectives AND know the rules of punctuation too!!!! He’s got defenseless endangered species to murder and super spreader Hampton parties to attend. Way too busy
— L. Boggess (@LynaBoggess) July 12, 2020
Keep trying, Traitor Tot. Maybe one day you’ll be able to afford grammar and punctuation lessons.