A Black Lives Matter aligned Twitter account made the ill-fated decision to post their own poll on President Donald Trump’s job performance.
…and oh, did it ever backfire!
In a move that equates to a lawyer never asking a question they don’t already know the answer to, the poll was to run for five days but the results would dictate a shorter shelf live.
With Trump’s approval rating scoring in the upper 60s, the Black Lives Matter labeled account unceremoniously pulled the tweet.
Of course, conservative entities that so often dominate on Twitter may have had some role in the outcome:
There’s no way to say for sure if the Twitter account is really associated with the anti-cop hate group, but social media users jumped at the chance to throw serious shade.
Here’s a sampling of some of the responses from Twitter:
— S.M.C (@SMCSC2012) November 16, 2017
Black lives matter official twitter @usblm Account made a polling on Twitter. It didn’t go the way they thought it would…. backed fired.
And guess what?!?
They deleted it!!!! pic.twitter.com/x3d5pDR95L
— braendey molson (@BraendeyMolson) November 16, 2017
⚠️ When Polls Fail…. LMFAO!!! Everyone shoot vote in this, 62% Approve of Trump in the latest Black Lives Matter Poll… Absolutely Priceless! https://t.co/BIqwD9Puzw
— Matt Couch (@RealMattCouch) November 16, 2017
— Kimberly❤America (@Kimberl05453181) November 16, 2017
— Ricky Vaughn 2.0 (@RapinBill) November 15, 2017
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