When our supreme ruler and all mighty commander and chief Tweets, the world enters into a pandemonium state of uncontrollable frenzy and chaos. Volcanos erupt, earthquakes shatter the very fabric of space and time and somewhere out there a delicate liberal snowflake melts into a thousand little tears.
When Trump Tweets the world pays attention.
But, when a mysterious Tweet from the President was posted around 05:00 BST (midnight in Washington) on the 31st May 2017, the world was instead left discombobulated and utterly confused.
The Tweet in question was the peculiar ‘Covfefe’ which up until that point was a word not found or used among human society, not even in Syria.
The Tweet was deleted at around 10.45 BST, but by then it had been retweeted over 124,000 times, liked 157,000 times and had 40,000 replies.
As the undisputed king of Twitter, this Tweet was by far one of the most popular Tweets of the American President’s Twitter history so far, but also the most puzzling, considering Trump is always rather “direct” in his Tweets and bluntly, always straight to the point.
After removing the Tweet, Trump then said:
Was it done on purpose or was it just a simple “typo” accident? Or was there a subliminal illuminati message behind this puzzling Tweet from the leader of the free world?
The preceding Tweets were retweets, so it doesn’t even follow on from anything either.
As you’d expect, the Twittersphere went into overdrive, as to just what the meaning behind “Covfefe” could actually represent.
Here at Brainstain we have done our very best to try and decode and decrypt the mystical and rather baffling ‘Covfefe’ Tweet.
So, with every inch of suspense and speculation from an episode of the X-Files, Here is 8 Things Donald Trump’s ‘Covfefe’ Mysterious Tweet Could Actually Mean.
If any member of the Brainstain team mysteriously ends up missing as a result of us deciphering the code and end up dead in some field somewhere, you can just blame the WikiLeaks website or even the Russians, as the Democrats usually do.
1 – Was ‘Covfefe’ codename for the catastrophic nuclear annihilation of North Korea? Should Kim Jong-Un be preparing for impending doom? ‘Covfefe’ will eventually provide all the answers. Until then, aren’t Walmart selling half priced Nuclear Bunkers? Or didn’t they also have something almost called ‘Covfefe’ on the shelves somewhere, hmmm, maybe it’s a type of chocolate dessert?
2 – Is ‘Covfefe’ the name of the secret project that will eventually see Hillary Clinton locked up and behind bars? Well, I guess that’s what happens when you violate federal government requirements and put the safety and security of the American people in jeopardy. Maybe, they will have Wi-Fi in prison? Let’s just hope that it’s a private and secure server.
3 – It’s rather questionable that ‘Covfefe’ was posted soon after home-grown terrorist Kathy Griffin was pictured participating in a photo shoot that featured her holding up a bloody decapitated head resembling President Donald Trump. Maybe ‘Covfefe’ is codename for the proceeding action Trump will take against this so-called comedian that never makes anybody laugh. Hence, Griffin’s actions against the President of the United States are criminal and treasonous and she should be held very accountable. Maybe Hillary could be receiving a cell mate soon? Well, at least they will have plenty to laugh about while locked up in that hole.
4 – Could ‘Covfefe’ be the coded threat to pull the United States of America out of the Paris international climate change agreement? With Trump deciding to pull out of the accord that commits nations to drastically reducing greenhouse gases, maybe ‘Covfefe’ was code for ‘Au Revoir’?
5 – Is ‘Covfefe’ the summoning ritual of a monstrous creature that will destroy the liberal civilization as we know it? Imagine a world without Lefties, Feminists, ISIS, Migrants, Black Lives Matter, The European Union, Buzzfeed, CNN, Social Justice Warrior and Angela Merkel. How great it would be if ‘Covfefe’ cleanses us of these monstrous abominations currently residing on planet Earth.
6 – Perhaps ‘Covfefe’ is the signalling of the end of the world and the second coming of Jesus Christ? With many Christian conspiracy theorists believing the biblical prophecy of the “last trump” which will sound before the return of the son of God and the rising of the dead is actually Donald Trump, maybe ‘Covfefe’ is the warning that Armageddon is upon us? This is what fascist liberals will pander to, no doubt.
7 – Maybe ‘Covfefe’ is a cryptic way to send a message to Vladimir Putin? I mean with the Russians “allegedly” hacking every electronical device these days, perhaps sending a secret coded Tweet to the President of the Russian Federation is probably the only safe and guaranteed way that Barack Obama will not eavesdrop himself into the conversation, as he usually does, right? What an eavesdropper!
8 – Or maybe, just maybe ‘Covfefe’ is a simple typo and error on the part of President Trump who accidentally tweeted out prematurely? I mean, despite his god like status and all-powerful and consuming aura, he is at the end of the day, just a regular living and breathing human being, despite being the saviour of America at the same time. But, with all that in mind, have you ever tried tweeting at 3am in the morning, when you can barely keep your eyes open? Especially when you have over 31 million followers ready to dissect, analyse and fine-tooth comb each Tweet in scrutiny. That’s a huge reasonability, you know. Whatever the Tweet meant, it’s been very well received, regardless.
So there you have it, 8 conspiracy theories of what the unexplainable and strange and peculiar ‘Covfefe’ could mean, and look – we are still left with our necks and a pulse, so surely the illuminati can’t be behind it. What do you think the hidden message of ‘Covfefe’ could mean? Let us know in the comments section and please do remember that Brainstain is not reasonably accountable for any proceeding events that may occur, as a result of your revelations in deciphering ‘Coffee’ in our comments section. Good riddance and good luck!
Story by Michael Lee
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