Well folks, this is one way to go out with a bang.
I mean, seriously. Was Jim Gaffigan deluded enough to think that this was a way to get more followers and fans, or keep his current supporters?
Must be a believer of "there's no such thing as bad publicity…"
Well, I beg to differ.
Check out the storm of tweets below, but beware of the F-bombs and massive amounts of swear words riddled amongst the tweets:
Here's what USA Today had to say:
Gaffigan also mentioned former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz, who called Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden a "Catholic in name only" during a speech Wednesday night.
"Biden is Catholic in name only? Compared to who?" Gaffigan tweeted before questioning Trump's morals and calling him "a crook and a con man."
The wide-ranging rant also called out Fox News, which he described as "biased and full of loons."
The reactions to Gaffigan's tweets were divided.
His wife Jeannie Gaffigan replied to one of his tweets saying, "no need to curse tho." To which he replied, "Okay fine."
"Darn. Love your comedy. But I couldn’t disagree with you more. I wish you saw the truth," user @brookestewart tweeted.
User @CarmLaTigresita sided with Gaffigan, writing, "I’m pro-life. Always have been, always will be. But no way will I vote for that man."
Newsbreak also reported:
These days, plenty of comedians have turned into political commentators, with late-night hosts such as Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers taking aim at leaders, policies and current events. Comedian Jim Gaffigan, however, has largely stayed out of the controversy fray, with family-friendly routines. That all changed Thursday night, as Gaffigan let fly with an extended rant on Twitter, slamming President Donald Trump on the final night of the Republican National Convention.