LOCK THEM UP: Trump Retweets Meme of Political Opponents Behind Bars

Just before 3:00 A.M. Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump went on one of his famous Twitter binges and, unsurprisingly, it garnered quite a bit of attention – specifically one retweet.

Rather hilariously, the President chose to retweet a fan account that had posted this meme:

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As you can see, the meme features special counsel Robert Mueller, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, former FBI Director James Comey, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, Bill Clinton, former Attorney General Eric Holder, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and others.

And fittingly, they’re all behind bars.

Obviously, all of the figures pictured in the image have, in one way or another, played a role in Mueller’s investigation, or were central figures in the numerous scandals that plagued the Clinton campaign in 2016.

President Trump followed up his retweet of the image by firing off a few Tweets about the current state of the Mueller probe.

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