Okay, people. I thought the most disturbing thing I saw today was that Tweet announcing that Guilermo del Toro was selected to helm the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark movie adaptation, thus ensuring that, once I have seen seen it, I shall never sleep again.
I was wrong. This is the most disturbing thing I saw today. And yes, you have to watch it. It’s like The Ring. You have to make it all the way through or the creepy kids singing the Donald Trump song will crawl through your computer screen and force you to caucus in Iowa.
The Donald’s admiration for Kim Jong Un has obviously boiled over into his scheduler.
I’m sorry. The kids are cute, but this is just straight-up nightmarish. It’s disturbing. It’s the kind of thing that archaeologists will one day dig up in their research and it will help identify the exact moment the Republic started to crumble beneath us. They’ll think to themselves, how did America ever elect a reality television star to the highest office in the land, knowing that he would start a nuclear war, mandate compuslory toupees, and start his Farenheit 451-like effort to scrub the last vestiges of intelligence from the American mind. And then they will see this video and they will understand.
Their outfits are cute though. I guess.
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