On Monday, May 18, President Trump went on Twitter and retweeted a bunch of people he thought agreed with him.
Ironically, it seems Trump was unaware one of the messages he tweeted was directly mocking him.
One thing Trump was fixated on Monday evening was Fox News host Neil Cavuto, who told his viewers about the risks of taking hydroxychloroquine, saying:
"If you are in a risky population here, and you are taking this as a preventative treatment to ward off the virus ... it will kill you. I cannot stress this enough: This will kill you."
The President—who recently announced he is taking the drug—has taken issue with Cavuto's statement and was retweeting many people who attacked Cavuto.
It appears President Trump wrongly thought the Hoarse Whisperer—a Twitter personality who consistently attacks President Trump—was one of those people.
Trump may not be able to notice when someone is mocking him or his viewpoints, but the Hoarse Whisperer certainly noticed when the President retweeted him.
He quickly tweeted out some messages for anyone who may have been watching.
People couldn't believe the President had done something so foolish.
The Hoarse Whisperer is the last person President Trump wants on his feed.
We're living in a strange reality.
Nobody can deny that.
Anyone logging on and following Donald Trump's Twitter this morning probably got a good laugh.
Hopefully this is as strange as the pandemic era gets.
All the Trump supporters who followed Hoarse Whisperer because of Trump's retweet are about to get the shock of their lives.
Maybe the President should read a little bit more carefully before he retweets.