President Donald Trump stormed out of an infrastructure meeting with congressional Democrats yesterday after giving them an ultimatum: End the investigations of Trump and his administration or he would refuse to work with them.
Trump then went to the Rose Garden for what was presented as an impromptu press conference, but some believe it was, in fact, planned ahead of time by the White House because they had signs decrying Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
The sign parroted the usual talking points that Trump and his ilk deploy against standard oversight: "$35 million spent" (failing to mention the nearly $40 million of assets seized from Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort, thus turning a profit), "No collusion," "No obstruction," and other greatest hits.
That's when Congressman Jim Himes (D-CT) took to Twitter to "fix" the sign for the president.
The fixed version points out the revenue generated by the investigation as well as the guilty pleas and verdicts, culminating in a direct quote from the report indicating that the special counsel couldn't state with confidence that the president didn't obstruct justice.
That's when the internet began making signs of their own.
And, if you'd like to create your own, the internet has you covered as well.
Make the sign great again.