A Trump 2020 advisor just complained about Mexican soccer jerseys at Target and got brutally owned


Entirely devoid of any kind of appealing message or any policies that would actually improve people’s lives, the Trump campaign and the rest of the Republican Party have put their eggs solidly in the “culture war” basket.

Constant fear-mongering about how America is “under attack” and fundamentally changing in response to demographic changes in order to provoke the petty prejudices of white folks is the name of the game, but their efforts to construct the narrative are so contrived that they often come across as comedic and deeply unserious.

Take, for example, the whining of Trump 2020 advisor and enormous man-baby Harlan Z. Hill, who took to Twitter to complain that he went to Target and encountered a store clerk who didn’t speak much English and saw…Mexico soccer jerseys!!!

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Apparently, one mannequin translates to “across the store.” Considering that the United States didn’t even qualify for the World Cup that last time around, it’s not hard to see why jerseys for a team that’s actually good would be on display at Target, even in Virginia.

He failed to mention that USA jerseys were also on display.


Of course, this is all nothing but an extraordinarily lazy attempt to gin up some faux-outrage, and Twitter users were quick to give Hill the dragging he deserves. He racked up a stunning 2,500 responses in about two hours, and that number is sure to grow as the pile-on escalates.

The dunkings were brutal, to say the least:

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Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.