Twitter Is Naturally Memeing The Sh*t Out Of That Trump Quote Graphic Tweeted Out By The White House

It’s been over a month since Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report was released. Yet Donald Trump continues to let the world know there was “no collusion” and “no obstruction.”

On Wednesday, Trump walked out of a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer that was supposed to cover national infrastructure improvements because before the meeting Pelosi accused Trump of engaging in a cover-up.

Trump went on a tirade and told reporters in the Rose Garden:

I don’t do cover-ups. Get these phony investigations over with.”

That night, the White House tweeted a series of cryptic message that sounded like another rephrasing of “not guilty, it’s all the other guys fault. “

The tweets’ relevance to anything at the moment remains unclear.

But people took an opportunity to make memes out of the random graphics that read like a clue from a boardgame, where Twitter always wins.

Past Trump quotes were repurposed in a new template provided by Parker Molloy, the editor-at-large for “progressive media watchdog” Media Matters For America.

She started things off by providing Trump’s notorious reactionary aside to now-former Attorney General Jeff Sessions after discovering that Mueller was appointed to lead the special counsel.

Twitter users had a lot of font with this meme.

Pelosi also tweeted with a graphic, calling for justice in the name of patriotism. It appears the House Speaker is also into the graphics game.

Molloy served up another template for users.

After storming out of Wednesday’s cabinet meeting, Trump fumed and told reporters:

“This whole thing was a take-down attempt at the president of the United States.”

The President referred to his Justice Department’s probe into the extent of known Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

According to a Democratic aide, Pelosi told the others still in the room:

“I knew the President was not serious about infrastructure and would find a way out.”