Twitter’s First “No Chill” Moment of 2016: #YallQaeda
January 04, 2016 at 9:03 am
The 140-character-count hilarity known as Twitter struck when word of a group gun-happy people in Oregon seizing a federal building hit the internet. Twitter has since been on a roll, pointing out the obvious bias of the treatment of these protesters.
— US Dept. of Irony (@IronyDept) January 4, 2016
— Godless Artist (@Eastern_Atheist) January 4, 2016
Most of us couldn’t occupy fed bldg indefinitely even if we wanted to bc we have 2 go 2 work. Lemme guess they’re on disability? #YallQaeda
— Lori VP Juerling (@mrsjuerlo) January 4, 2016
— Brandon Friedman (@BFriedmanDC) January 4, 2016
Is anybody profiling these #YallQaeda guys one-by-one yet? That needs to happen.
— Jillian Hurley (@BeautyBind) January 4, 2016
— MADMOM (@madmommadmom) January 4, 2016
It’s not even a week into 2016 and we already have the word of the year… #YallQaeda
— JasonDean (@FrenemiesReview) January 3, 2016
— Philip H. Beauregard (@fundatoris) January 3, 2016
Whoever coined #YallQaeda for the Oregon militia can just take the rest of the week off.
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) January 3, 2016