The Week in Memes – Biden Golden Diapers, Trump Sneakers and Other Oddities

Hello TWIM lovers! Have we got a collection of memes for you this week. Did you hear that Trump launched a limited-edition high end of sneaker? Me neither, but know that it’s out there everyone is talking about it. So, why not include it in our Week in Memes? Plus so much other hilarious goodness it’s almost hard to wrap our brains around it. How about we just show you the best memes of the week instead? It’s The Week In Memes.

The caption says it all.
Sure, why not?
If you know, you know.

In other news, a guy you’ve never heard of before was murdered by Putin and, well, you’re supposed to care. DISCLAIMER: No, we do not support Putin. No, we’re not Russian bots. No, we don’t support sending billions to Ukraine with no financial oversight.

Put another way…
It’s the sound of the cash register that woke him up.
On the bright side, at least Netflix is doing an honest adaptation.
No other reason than it’s funny!

Finally, the American justice system has been corrupted to the level of banana republic. Trump, who sent much of the country into fits of hysteria and derangement, was brought to court for the corruption that 97% of all elected officials do without consequence. Fani Willis the AG of Fulton County, Georgia and is part of an elite, sorry, scummy group of people who are entrusted to uphold the Constitution with fairness, making it their platform for activism.

Well, glass houses and all that. If you want to dredge up dirt and have show trials, you had better be squeaky clean. And this Fani was not.

Sorry, I know this is about memes, but this is too good to not read.

District Attorney Fani Willis improperly hired an alleged romantic partner to prosecute Donald Trump and financially benefited from their relationship, according to a court motion filed Monday which argued the criminal charges in the case were unconstitutional.

The bombshell public filing alleged that special prosecutor Nathan Wade, a private attorney, paid for lavish vacations he took with Willis using the Fulton County funds his law firm received. County records show that Wade, who has played a prominent role in the election interference case, has been paid nearly $654,000 in legal fees since January 2022. The DA authorizes his compensation.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Your Honor, the prosecution sweats.

And that’s a wrap. See you next time.

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