Twitter has been a quieter place since the social media outlet banned former President Donald Trump for using the platform to broadcast dangerous lies to his millions of followers.
While the 280 characters allotted to Trump's off-the-cuff tweets were usually spent berating his enemies and describing his accomplishments in wild superlatives, Trump also had a habit of using the platform to fire White House officials who'd disappointed him.
Such was the case for former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, White House counsel Don McGahn, election cybersecurity official Christopher Krebs, and scores of other White House officials who learned of their departure online.
So it came as a surprise when the President's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., lamented the so-called firing of the Washington Football Team's cheerleaders.
In reality, the Washington Football Team is overhauling the all-female cheer squad and replacing it with a co-ed dance crew for which the current cheerleaders are encouraged to audition.
That caveat didn't stop Junior from railing against the decision on Rumble.
Trump Jr. said:
"What we found out this week was that the [Washington Football Team] just got rid of their cheerleaders. Apparently, they didn't even have the decency to tell them face to face. Their cheerleading squad was disbanded, but apparently they read about it on Twitter!"
Twitter was ruthless in reminding Trump Jr. of his father's habits.
Trump Jr. was also livid that the Washington Football Team was no longer using a racial slur as its team name.
The Washington Football Team isn't expected to issue him a response.