Congressman Raul M. Grijalva (D) of Arizona’s third district tweeted about the misspelling of the word “union” on the State of the Union invites sent to House representatives. In case you haven’t seen the news, “union” was spelled “uniom” on official invitations, making the Trump administration seem even more moronic.
Grijalva, who has announced he will bring Arizona DREAMER Arisaid Gonzalez Porras as his guest to the address, took the opportunity to troll Betsy DeVos – our fearful Secretary of the Department of Education. His tweet was nothing shy of hysterical if you despise DeVos as much as most on the Left.
— Raul M. Grijalva (@RepRaulGrijalva) January 29, 2018
The replies were as funny as his tweet. DeVos is just so easy to target.
If only we had some sort of technology that could check our spelling before we send off to the printer……🤔
— Ron (@Ronnie_XXIII) January 29, 2018
I mean, seriously.
Yes I do believe that Besty DeVils must have pinted these documints. She is surry for the errirs and asks for your patents.
— Butch Yost (@butch3fan70) January 29, 2018
This makes me cringe, but I can’t help but giggle, too.
— houdini77 (@houdini77) January 29, 2018
Soom, someone should make spell check mandatory.
Had she gone to Public schools , she would have caught it .
— Dan Ferguson (@dluxmaroon) January 29, 2018
They at least teach students how to spell check.
He sure is making America Great Agaim…amirite?
— Sunshine ☀️ (@Sunnytwotethat) January 29, 2018
Uniom. Covfefe. The administration does love its new words.
We saved the best for last:
The Trump Inauguration photo had a spelling error, too.
His official statement after visiting Israel read: “The possibility of lasting peach” and misspelled the name of the church of the Holy Sepulchre pic.twitter.com/cq8VMBk5U3
— (((Orchid))) (@OrchidNYC) January 29, 2018
Hmmm. What they lack in knowledge, they make up for in consistency, amirite? It’s too bad they are consistently stupid.