These Tweets Explain Why Second Civil War Letters became a Trending Topic!
On one fateful evening, a grim journalist decided to share his opinion out to the world because it was so important. He warned us for an impending doom! The United States of America is now apparently in serious danger of a second civil war. Let’s explore further how the second civil war letters came to be!
Anyone can tell this is a joke, in this day and age, having a civil war in America would be completely disastrous and even the most irrational of us out there can agree to this fact. However, Alex Jones, Trump’s favorite source for his alleged real news still thinks it’s a real possibility. No one knows the actual motive behind Alex Jones doing this, but somehow everyone on twitter decided to treat it as a joke.
Hundreds upon hundreds of tweets gathered up in response to this so called second civil war started. Then we were gifted with a trending topic on Twitter with stories that will make us laugh for ages. These second civil war letters will hopefully quell any actual fear anyone has on an actual civil war occurring.
Here are a few of the best ones;
Colonel Hannity's red hats ambushed us at the Galleria yesterday. Many brave men were lost. We are down to our last wedge of Brie and the Chardonnay is dangerously close to room temperature. Remember: Tuesday is recycling . #SecondCivilWarLetters
— A Fritz (@AnthonyFritz19) July 3, 2018
As we are about to enter battle, it reminds me of the Massacre at Bowling Green. We fight for their memories and Karen's gluten free brownies. We only have regular brownies. War is hell.
— Jeff Martin (@JeffTheGrad) July 3, 2018
The battles are becoming more brutal. The 23rd armored taco truck battalion drove right into the belly of the beast. The tiki torches of the red hats surrounded us. Thank god for the SF Gay men’s chorus who attacked the flank. #secondcivilwarletters
— Daniel Pozzesi (@PozzesiD) July 3, 2018
My Dear Children,
We have taken over Hobby Lobby as an Ammo Supply Point. There are still a few women wearing red hats that would like to come in; however, once they see our crocheted orange man they run away in fear.
— Haven Gordon (@haven_gordon) July 3, 2018
I stared at the dying soldier, his Alt-Reich Douchestaffel uniform covered in blood.
He gripped my arm, eyes wild with fear of impending death.
"One question…" he gasped.
"Anything," I said.
With his last breath he sighed, "What is a clitoris?"
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) July 3, 2018
#secondcivilwarletters Dearest, We were told that the weak, limp-wristed California regiments would give up without a fight. I watched in horror as fifteen the American Infidel first Washington St were forced to run and died from heart attacks. No Mtn dew, no KFC; all is lost.
— Darya Angelina (@divadarya) July 3, 2018
We are in full retreat. Major Hannity somehow shot himself in the buttocks as we were about to march on the coffeehouse where the libtard rebels are holed up, drinking their lattes and espressos.
The 101st Fighting Keyboarders will regroup!
— Liam Wescott (@FbxCycler) July 3, 2018
Dearest mama, they have not given me the WiFi code for the Cracker Barrel. This is my darkest hour yet.
— Patrick Raissi (@HumaneRamblings) July 3, 2018
Dearest Pepe: The battle rages in the distance; I don’t know whether any cheap bronze Jim Crow-revivalist Robert E. Lee statues have survived the day. O how I long for your chicken tendies. How will I hail the day when I return to the bosom of r/incels.#secondcivilwarletters
— bobbylaw 💙 (@fidiguy) July 3, 2018
We prepared to meet the MAGAts in open field, but upon arrival we found them all dead next to a pizza hut. Witnesses told us that after a retweet of their leader, they frantically began to search the place for a cellar and starved to death. #secondcivilwarletters
— Chris (@casual_humanist) July 3, 2018
Commander Alex Jones got his dick stuck in the ceiling fan again. He's blaming the globalists and soy milk.
I make six figures and still can't afford a house.
— RoboGuardian (@WUGBRC) July 3, 2018
As you can clearly see, Americans are quite creative when it comes to making a trending story. Amidst the chaos and confusion of the political climate of that country, it is rather heartwarming to see some of the try to make the best out of a crazy situation and just laugh about it on Twitter. Once again, we see that rationality and common sense prevails over often unfair and usually extreme policies of the president of the United States. The people aren’t afraid to voice their opinions and creative jokes online.
Perhaps we can find some faith in the fact that democracy is not dead yet. There’s still hope on the horizon. Some are already tweeting about the 4th of July which remind us of core American values. Sometimes however, a hashtag can be misspelled and give us something to laugh about in order to be in a more lighthearted mood.