On Wednesday, the X universe was set afire for a few minutes.
The son of Donald Trump, Donald Trump Jr., had his X account hacked.
Among other things, the hacker had posted that senior had died and Jr. would be running for president.
So, it seems pretty obvious that the posts that went out on X during the alleged hack were clearly not from Don Jr.
Quite frankly, I am surprised the hackers had access for as long as they did, considering how much time Jr. spends on the platform.
After the hacked posts were sent out, a spokesperson for Donald Trump Jr., Andrew Surabian, confirmed that the absurd posts were not coming from Junior.
"FYI: This is obviously not true. Don's account has been hacked."
The postings on X were inflammatory, idiotic, and a host of other things.
Here is a picture of the ones that were screenshotted for immortality…
X has been under fire ever since Elon Musk took over, with the latest being claims that the platform allows its premium subscribers to post hateful content without moderation.
Elon Musk has since filed a lawsuit against the Center for Countering Digital Hate, which claimed that 99% of that content was not acted upon, reported Fox News.
I really do not have a clue how these high-profile public figures do not have more security on their devices and accounts that would allow something like this to take place.
Junior makes enough controversial statements without having to deal with this nonsense.
The comments to the hacked posts were rather amusing, with some accusing him of playing the "victim" or just looking for attention and his own brother, Eric, wondering if his password was "Don2024."
I am not and never have been a fan of Don Jr. He has ridden his father's coattails to fame, obviously hoping to have the political torch handed to him after his father's political career is over.
MAGA supporters love him, but I think he is a toolbox and pray to God that if Trump wins, he does not put his son in his administration to get his political career started.
I, for one, am sick of the constant dramatics and childish behavior by politicians on both sides of the aisle. And if Donnie Jr. becomes part of that, this is not going to stop anytime soon.
As an example, I would not have expected the reaction that Senator Fetterman (D-PA) had to the news of the impeachment inquiry from a second grader, let alone a United States Senator, not to mention the fact that Senator Schumer (D-N.Y.) ended the dress code in the Senate to pacify this big man-child.
Now we get to see Fetterman on the Senate floor in shorts, sneakers, and a hoodie because, apparently, wearing a suit is just too much for his mental state to handle.
I think it is about time we remove the children from the room and get the adults back in there so our country can be taken seriously again. God knows that is not happening right now with the likes of Joe Biden and John Fetterman in charge of things.