What’s the latest thing liberals are outraged about?
Well, in particular, an allegation by CNN and other news outlets known for fake news that President Trump altered Hurrican Dorian’s path using a Sharpie on a map, which is apparently evidence of Trump being a so-called “science denier.”
For reference, here’s poster child of fake news media himself Jim Acosta pushing this narrative on Twitter:
But, you've gotta give it to the Trump campaign how they responded to this left-wing outrage over the Hurricane Dorian map.
They just released Trump 2020 fine-point black markers that, according to Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale, have "the special ability to drive CNN and the rest of the fake news crazy" to troll the humorless left!
A set of 5 markers with Donald Trump's signature in gold printed on the side costs $15 and is for sale now on the Donald J Trump 2020 website.
Politico has more details on "Sharpie-gate" and the Trump campaign's gag product stemming from the left-wing uproar:
Donald Trump’s reelection campaign has added a Trump-branded permanent marker to its web store, capitalizing on the Sharpie-gate drama and expanding the campaign's culture war offerings that already include stick-it-to-the-liberals plastic straws.
The marker, announced on Twitter this morning by campaign manager Brad Parscale, is the latest effort by the campaign to amplify and then commodify what could have been a relatively minor controversy.
“Buy the official Trump marker, which is different than every other marker on the market, because this one has the special ability to drive @CNN and the rest of the fake news crazy!” Parscale tweeted.
It’s an apparent reference to the consternation that’s spread this week over Trump’s use of a Sharpie-altered weather map on Wednesday to back up his dubious claim that Alabama had been at dire risk of being hammered by Hurricane Dorian.
The Daily Caller also said:
President Donald Trump’s campaign is selling fine-point markers as the president attempts to raise money after CNN criticized him for supposedly using a Sharpie on a map to alter Hurricane Dorian’s trajectory.
“Buy the official Trump marker, which is different than every other marker on the market, because this one has the special ability to drive @CNN and the rest of the fake news crazy!” campaign manager Brad Parscale wrote in a tweet Friday. He included a link to the campaignwebsite explaining how to buy one of the markers.
Trump tweeted a warning Sunday that Dorian, which flattened parts of the Bahamas, might hit Alabama. The president doubled down and tripled down after many in the media tried to correct him, showing a map of the path of the hurricane that had been altered with a sharpie in the Oval Office.