Washed Up D-Listers Palin, Nugent & Kid Rock DESTROYED by Obama's Photographer in Twitter War

Washed Up D-Listers Palin, Nugent & Kid Rock DESTROYED by Obama’s Photographer in Twitter War

Palin, Nugent & Kid Rock Go To The White House

By now, you’ve probably seen that crass, ridiculous “selfie” taken by Sarah Palin, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock. The trio stand in front of a portrait of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, making exaggerated gestures and, in general, being as classless as expected.

Donald Trump hosted the odd trio at the White House – and by “odd,” I mean overtly racist, homophobic, and washed up. But Palin, Nugent and Kid Rock are literally the best Trump can do…and he knows it. And, of course, rather than at least pretending to live up to the dignity of the White House, the three acted like clowns.

Ted Nugent, professional draft dodger, said that one member of the sad little trio suggested the three of them extend their middle fingers during the picture.

“I politely declined,” he said. “Let the juxtaposition speak for itself.”

And indeed, it does.

However smart and funny and clever the three of them thought they were, the picture turned out to be as ridiculous as Palin’s bridge to nowhere. And the three certainly didn’t get the last laugh.

Twitter Unimpressed By The Classless Picture

As Nugent himself said, the “juxtaposition” between the three uninspiring White House guests and the accomplished Clinton did speak for itself.

Twitter, however, decided to go ahead and amplify it.

Well, you could see that one coming, as clear as Russia.

If that’s the question, I think “Barack Obama” is the answer.

Sounds about right at this point.

So much to be thankful for, when you think about it.

I feel like we’re already living that one out.

The impossible became possible.

Yup. There’s that “juxtaposition” Nugent was talking about.

I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

“Nugget.” LOL.

Now I’m all nostalgic.

Former White House Photographer Pete Souza Nailed It

But the best response of all didn’t mention Ted Nugent, Sarah Palin, Kid Rock or Donald Trump at all. Again, it simply used the concept of juxtaposition.

From the Instagram account of Pete Souza, the man who spent years photographing former President Barack Obama.

Being respectful.

A post shared by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on

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Yeah, I know. I miss him, too.

Featured image composition, The View, Twitter, Pete Souza, Instagram.

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Samantha was born and raised in the Midwest and is proof that liberals exist everywhere, even in Missouri.