The White House tweeted out this photo last night saying
“First snow of the year!”
The Twitter @justiceiscoming replied,
“What you’re actually seeing is the ashes of the Constitution.”
Nevertheless, it confused a lot of people because it DID NOT snow in Washington, D.C. yesterday. It actually hit 70 on Sunday afternoon. But that was just the National Weather Service, what do they know? Not the official word from Trump’s lying administration.
So , what’s the deal?! The photo the White House tweeted out last night on January 12 is ACTUALLY from January 7.
The North Portico of the White House is seen during a snow flurry Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 7, 2020, in a mix of snow and rainy weather in the Washington, D.C. area.
But Trump lies so much that this crap barely even makes the news anymore but this wasn’t his first weather-related lie.
Back in September as the nation was on edge as Hurricane Dorian was heading toward Florida and the East Coast, Trump oddly claimed in a tweet that the hurricane might hit Alabama.
He then held a news conference from the Oval Office with a map which he clearly had just drawn on with Sharpie to make the storm stretch to Alabama.
AND scientists at NOAA were pressured to keep their mouths shut about Trump’s fake weather report, even releasing a statement saying that it disavowed a report from its own local agency which told residents of Alabama that they didn’t have to worry.
At least we as a nation don’t have to worry about him lying about foreign governments involvement in our elections or getting us into a hot war…
First snow of the year! ❄️ pic.twitter.com/kgSLQX6QxK— The White House (@WhiteHouse) January 13, 2020
(Photo, Flickr; via Gizmodo)