Look, Here's An Obama Cookie Making Giant Jackasses of Donald Trump Jr. and Ted Cruz

Look, Here’s An Obama Cookie Making Giant Jackasses of Donald Trump Jr. and Ted Cruz

Even an Obama Cookie Can Outclass These Two

President Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr. will turn 40 at the end of this month. On Sunday he was joined by “friends”, including Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz, to celebrate going over the hill at the Dallas Le Bilboquet, one of a small chain of fancy restaurants serving French cuisine.

But things went off the rails when Trump Jr’s “friends” unveiled his birthday “cake” – a giant cookie featuring the likeness of President Obama. The pair then posed for a photo with the cookie to mock Obama for their deplorable fans on Instagram. Unfortunately for both of them, the cookie, illustrated in the style of artist Shepard Fairey’s iconic “Hope” poster for former President Obama’s original presidential campaign, outclassed them both.

Related: Why Does the Right Wing Super Hate Obama?

Best of all, the face which the allegedly treasonous birthday boy made to troll Obama perfectly illustrated what a complete jackass Don Jr. himself is. I mean, seriously, look at this:

He couldn’t look any more like a jackass if he was animated, and told to replace Eddie Murphy in a Shrek movie! Naturally, the internet had a field day with this…

First, there were the comments on the post itself…

“MORE MAN THAN YOU’LL EVER BE! (Pardon the caps but you seem special).”

“Lol, you and your Daddy just can’t get away from The Obama presidency… just another reminder, he’s still around… watch out.. you won’t get cookies in jail Sweetie”

“The way theyre sweating this man, Im starting to think theyre sweet on him.”

Then Twitter joined the fray…

Both Star Wars and Star Trek fans got in on the fun…

The hypocrisy of it was pointed out…

But one tweet reached true enlightenment…

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Edward Lynn is a photographer, a graphic and web designer, a writer, an activist, a son, a brother, and a parent, just trying to do some good in the world we all have to live in. More posts by Edward Lynn.