President Trump’s famous “covfefe” tweet has now been immortalized on a U.S. Army howitzer.
The gun of an M109 Paladin boasted the president’s mysterious word, as seen in a photo provided to The Daily Caller. A source told DC that the stamp was not the work of the U.S. Army but of an unnamed individual.
Army Howitzer Has ‘Covfefe’ Stamped On The Gu | The Daily Caller https://t.co/ZmcoBZgNGF
— Joe FreedomLover (@JoeFreedomLove) June 24, 2017
Trump’s tweet last month containing the apparent typo set the internet ablaze as speculation raged about the meaning of ‘covfefe.” From jokes about the mistake to fears it was a secret message to the Russians, some even changed their Twitter handles to “covfefe” in a show of support for Trump.
A U.S. Army M109 Paladin…
— Gordon (@cmegalodon69) June 24, 2017
Now it has gone global thanks to the military.
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Army Howitzer Has ‘Covfefe’ Stamped On The Gun and if you see it coming, it means your ass! https://t.co/kt7gObPVyC
— Franklin ??#MAGA (@fuveges) June 24, 2017
— Matthew Fehrens (@MFehrens) June 24, 2017
— Gadi Adelman (@gadiadelman) June 24, 2017
Today’s Feel Good Story
U.S. Army M109 Howitzer Stamped With
— Dr. Marty Fox (@DrMartyFox) June 24, 2017
How many Howitzers were stamped with ‘Hope & Change’ I wonder..?
— Ann ? (@Doodisgirl) June 24, 2017
CO: Col so-and-so saw it and says it’s “offensive.”
Me: “Sir it’s an M1 tank. It can’t get any more offensive than it already is!”
— EllidaProject (@EllidaProject) June 24, 2017
Covfefe delivery service. We will send you 98 pounds of it anywhere within a 19 mile radius.
— RoastAnatomy (@RoastAnatomy) June 24, 2017
I love our military!
— EC (@ECJL2) June 24, 2017
I want one of these. I certainly would feel safer in Chicago with one. lol ?
— Festus (@Pancake_Pie) June 24, 2017
You just know some liberal will demand to have something stamped with “I’m With Her”
— John Stephen Walsh (@jswriter65) June 24, 2017
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