Donald Jr’s ‘Top Gun’ Video Of His Dad Blowing Up CNN Is Sure To Trigger Snowflakes

Hey CNN… you can’t intimidate EVERYONE who makes a meme, can you? So what are you going to do now that you have become a cultural laughing-stock?

What’s the one thing worse than being hated if you’re a public figure, or in this case, CNN?

Being mocked. And CNN is being mocked. Relentlessly.

CNN picked a fight with free speech and the Internet. That was a bad idea: the memes just keep on rolling in.

Watch this hilarious meme of President Trump playing dodgeball with the Media (D):

Donald Trump Jr. got in on the media taunting, too. He retweeted this one.

It seems like a good choice. Trump’s been called something of a ‘Maverick’ after all.

Wouldn’t that mean Trump is shooting down… a Russian Mig?

Isn’t this using Hollywood’s OWN weapons against the Left?

Oh, that’s beautiful! It’s almost poetic.

And if CNN gets uppity about the crashing a plane angle? Just remind them how their beloved Hillary sent a letter of praise to Lauren Duca shortly after she had tweeted a picture of Trump in a plane crash.

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