A few days ago, President Trump tweeted a video meme of him body-slamming CNN. The video was shared many times, and although many of us thought it was funny, it ruffled the feathers of some, including CNN.
CNN published an article called “How CNN found the Reddit user behind the Trump wrestling GIF.” In this article it stated that CNN had found the identity of the person who created the meme. The article stated that they would not publish the identity of the meme maker, but only because the he had already apologize. They went on to say though, that if anything were to change, they have the right to publish his identity. In other words, if the meme maker makes another meme, CNN is revealing his identity, putting him and his family at risk.
“CNN is not publishing “HanA**holeSolo’s” name because he is a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of apology, showed his remorse by saying he has taken down all his offending posts, and because he said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again. In addition, he said his statement could serve as an example to others not to do the same. CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change.”
After CNN’s attempt to blackmail this individual, the internet went nuts with CNN memes. And yesterday Alex Jones announced the “Great CNN Meme War” with a prize of $20,000!
“Alex Jones announces the Infowars’ “Great CNN Meme War” contest which is offering a $20,000 reward for the best meme.”
“Make sure to include “infowars.com” on your image for a chance to win! Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org and feel free to share them on social media with the hashtag #CNNMemeWar.
See some of the memes below