Remember that website Rudy Giuliani accidentally tweeted? It got an update.
Jason Velasquez, an Atlanta digital marketing director, decided to buy the domain G-20.In into which he wrote: “Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country.”
Rudy didn’t separate g-20 from .in so ya boy bought the domain. 😎 https://t.co/mlEw39ue20
— Jason Velazquez (@jasondotgov) November 30, 2018
That was Friday.
On Tuesday night, Velasquez tweeted out an addition to his anti-President Donald Trump site.
“I’d hate for this tweet to distract from the Mueller memo that just dropped,” he wrote. “So, I made a little update to the site. Nice try, Rudy —> http://g-20.in”
— Jason Velazquez (@jasondotgov) December 5, 2018
The addition contains a hyperlink to a Reddit thread about ex-National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, whose sentencing memo was released Tuesday night.
It reads: “BREAKING: Special counsel calls ex-National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s cooperation ‘substantial,’ recommends no jail time.”
The public learned Tuesday that Mueller requested no jail time for the now disgraced former lieutenant general’s role in the Trump campaign’s collusion with Russia.
Velasquez’s subsequent trolling was a hit.
Not all heroes wear capes. You Sir, I salute you.
— kris (@jaqusique) December 5, 2018
Love love love this story. Thank you @jasondotgov bwahahahaha
— John DeGregory (@JFDSFla) December 5, 2018
— Carla Baku (@CarlaBaku) December 5, 2018
Our Hero! 👏👏👏😂😂😂❤️
— Notgoing Totellyou (@M5B1tch) December 5, 2018
You are my favorite person this month. Thank you 😂
— ℓαυяα ✾ (@lauralaxla) December 5, 2018
The demand for more is real.
Hell yeah, just saw that update. Planning on keeping it up to date with each new indictment/conviction/sentencing that drops?
— Ligerzero Gaming & Cosplay (@LigerzeroGaming) December 5, 2018
Anything to push them over the edge is good with me.
— NAB (@ImdaPrincesse) December 5, 2018
In an interview with WaPo, Velasquez said he did not expect his prank to go viral. By Wednesday morning, Giuliani’s tweet had been shared more than 17,000 times.