NPR tweeted a story Sunday about people donating a whole lot of money to dig a big, pointless hole in the ground — a story that had absolutely nothing to do with ongoing recount efforts by Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
People Donated Nearly $100,000 To Dig A Big, Pointless Hole In The Ground https://t.co/5q2x3iuiUm
— NPR (@NPR) November 27, 2016
…BUT, savvy social media users made the connection anyway, considering how adequately it captured Stein’s pointless endeavor.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter that puts Stein’s endeavor in perspective:
— N. Myers (@CheesersDurden) November 27, 2016
.@NPR Jill Stein stealing money from the severely learning disabled.
— dagny (@dukeblu85) November 27, 2016
@NPR kinda like people giving money to Jill Stein… all money down the drain
— Debra (@DK87) November 27, 2016
@NPR is that how you describe the Stein recount fundraising?
— Craig (@KC11A18A) November 27, 2016
@NPR Oops. I thought you were talking about Jill Stein’s recount.
— Shockwave Rider (@RLees10) November 27, 2016
@NPR Jill Stein? Oh.
— Robyn (@robdetf) November 27, 2016
@NPR Will it be deep enough to ensure we never hear from Hillary or Jill Stein again?
— Chris Clinkinbeard (@Clinkin53) November 28, 2016
— Ree Fungorio (@ReeFungorio) November 27, 2016
— Michael M. (@GodandCountry51) November 27, 2016
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