CNN Toilet Paper: It’s Real And It’s Right Here!

Written by Doug Giles on May 30, 2018

Send an unforgettable ‘fake news’ message by loading the roll with the logo that truly deserves to be on there!

Watching CNN is like trying to pick up a turd by the clean end… there’s no good way to do it.

Isn’t this the perfect gift — novelty or otherwise — to send to the uptight Jim Acosta fans in your life?


What would you do with an armload of these bad boys?

Would you set them up in your house for when those obnoxious Trump-bashers come over for a visit?

Would you include it in a gift basket — maybe with some mouthwash, deodorant and a quality razor — to that P-ssyhat wearing aunt with the goatee who’s oh-so-fun to be around?

Doug’s got some great ideas for how the President can tweak the White House Press Corps with them… especially that pompous stuffed-shirt Jim ‘look-at-me’ Acosta.

Maybe you’ve got an idea to top it? We’d love to hear it in the comments!

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