Giuliani Accidentally Links To Website That Calls Trump A Traitor

America is currently being steered by old men who don’t know how to use their phones. It’s not just Donald Trump with his incomprehensible “covfefe” typos. The technological ineptitude extends to the goblins he surrounds himself with such as his current personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

In this instance Giuliani, while attempting to write a sentence criticizing Robert Mueller, accidentally created a link by not placing a space between the period after “G-20” and the first word in his next sentence, “In”, which automatically created a link ending in “.in”  – the country code top-level domain for India.


Presumably when first created the link led nowhere, but some quick-thinking member of the global troll community saw an opportunity too good to pass up and quickly registered the typo domain, redirecting it to a site that displays a single sentence.

That sentence?

“Donald J. Trump is a traitor to our country.”

Hooooooooooooo boy. Whoever you are out there, you’re an Internet Hero and there are people who want to buy you a beer for your heroics.

This isn’t the first time Giuliani has been publicly defeated by handheld technology. There was the memorable time he tweeted just the single word “You.”


Not only that, just last week he tweeted out a nonsense word followed by the degree symbol. As of the time of this writing that tweet is still online.

This country is being run by n00bs.




h/t: @MikePrevost3