Living Typo Regrets The Error

Living typo Steve Mnuchin and his villainess wife, Craven Moorehead

The Hill tells us…

“Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday suggested his Twitter account was breached after his account retweeted a post bashing General Motors.

“A retweet was posted last night on @stevenmnuchin1 by someone other than the Secretary or an individual with authorized access to his account,” Mnuchin said Wednesday on Twitter.”

Here’s the Tweet he DIDN’T retweeted, you guys:

Weirdly, it’s from the exact same account that Comrade Trump retweeted with the photoshop of his political enemies behind bars.

And even weirder, Comrade Trump retweeted the exact same tweet as Mnunchin:

What are the odds? Now, a cynical person might think that Mnunchin was trying to kiss some mango-hued ass, AND by deleting the retweet (after claiming he was hacked), you know, might be trying to maintain some sort of professionalism for future employment prospects, but methinks that viking ship was already set fire when he took this job.

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9 Responses to Living Typo Regrets The Error

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    And here I thought that ALL THREE big automakers paid back those bailout funds:

    “In December, the Treasury Department announced it sold the remainder of its 54.9 million shares in Ally Financial — formerly, General Motor’s financing service, GMAC — for $1.3 billion. With the deal, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said the United States was “winding down the Auto Industry Financing Program,” the federal program that saved the auto industry— or bailed it out, depending on your view.”

    [www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2015/jan/22/barack-obama/obama-says-automakers-have-paid-back-all-loans-it-/]

    And there’s THIS:
    “On December 18, 2014, the Treasury Department ended the bailout. That’s when it sold its last remaining shares of Ally Financial, formerly known as General Motors Acceptance Corporation. It had bought them for $17.2 billion to infuse cash into the failing GM subsidiary. The Treasury Department sold the shares for $19.6 billion, MAKING A $2.4 BILLION PROFIT FOR TAXPAYERS.
    (Emphasis mine.)
    [/www.thebalance.com/auto-industry-bailout-gm-ford-chrysler-3305670]

    Stable Genius with his visceral viewpoints hasn’t been told about this, apparently. In his gutz, you know he’s nutz.

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  2. Osiris Opto says:

    I’m sure he’d demand the Cherokee repay the costs for transporting the entire population to Oklahoma.

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  3. How is it that these nefarious Twitter and Facebook hax0rz only ever seem to hack conservative’s accounts, and then only to EVER post stuff that’s embarrassing, stupid, and/or sexist and racist? I mean that’s a pretty narrow focus for such busy elite TwitTwat and FacePlace hax0rz!

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  4. Do we know if “TrumpTrain”‘s real name isn’t John Barron, John Miller or maybe David Dennison?

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  5. RWW says:

    You’d think since malicious hackers could tweet out something that silly on Mnuchin’s Twitter, there’s a real risk they could tank the stock market in 5 minutes or otherwise really damage the economy with something much more clever. He should have better security, or better yet, avoid using a hackable cell phone and avoid Twitter like the plague. Same goes for the entire cabinet and Herr Twitler himself.

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  6. Pyed says:

    Trump or Mnuchin, Mnuchin or Trump, I don’t know and I don’t care, Just make certain that neither of them ever are in a situation of trust vis a vis your money,

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