Yesterday Pepsi was grateful for United, and today United is grateful for Sean Spicer: Twitter
White House press secretary Sean Spicer triggered an uproar on Tuesday by saying Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons. He later apologised after his comments drew immediate criticism on social media and elsewhere for overlooking the fact that millions of Jews were killed in Nazi gas chambers.
Spicer made the assertion at a daily news briefing, during a discussion about the April 4 chemical weapons attack in Syria that killed 87 people.
Although Spicer apologised, social media wasn’t all that forgiving.
Well, yesterday Pepsi was grateful for United, and today United is grateful for Sean Spicer.
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) April 11, 2017
Ben Carson thinks slaves were immigrants. Sean Spicer thinks that Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons. Did they both attend Trump University?
— Maddi (@maddibraps) April 12, 2017
— The Hill (@thehill) April 11, 2017
A reminder that Sean Spicer is the most articulate person working in Trump’s White House.#FireSpicer
— steven pasquale (@StevePasquale) April 11, 2017
If donuts were awarded for dumb, Sean …read more