Trump Tweets ‘Game Of Thrones’ Meme About The Wall, Has Clearly Never Seen Show

Donald Trump is many things: Twitter troll, failed businessman, draft-dodger, and, sadly, President of the United States.

He also loves sharing childish memes.

With the government shutdown that Trump himself is the cause of now in its second week and hundreds of thousands of federal workers still working without pay, you’d think the president would be busy every waking moment fixing the mess that he’s gotten us into. But, of course, you’d be wrong.

Donald always has time to tweet.


So on Saturday he tweeted an imposing, heavily designed image of his own looming face looking grimly over an image of a fence accompanied by the words “The Wall Is Coming” in the signature Game of Thrones font.

God our president is a dork.

This is apparently a reference both to the wall in Game of Thrones, Trump’s wall, and to the GoT catchphrase/official words of House Stark: “Winter Is Coming.”

The thing is… Donald Trump has clearly never seen or read Game of Thrones.

If he had he’d know that the wall that features so prominently in the A Song Of Ice And Fire series by George R.R. Martin (and in Trump’s dumb meme) is, uh, not some heroic structure that solves everyones problems forever.

Spoiler alert!

On the contrary, by the end of the most recent season of Game of Thrones the Big Beautiful Wall has been breached, an enormous hole melted in it by an undead dragon.

In the final scene of the season finale those illegal border-crossers Trump fears so much are streaming steadily into Westeros; giants, zombies and all.

(We’ll leave aside entirely the fact that Trump is essentially comparing Mexicans to zombies and white walkers in his doofy analogy.)

This isn’t even the first Game Of Thrones meme that Trump has posted. A few months ago he posted a very similar meme with the text “Sanctions Are Coming.”

Good lord this guy needs a new joke.

Not content to merely send the dumb wall meme, Trump who, to reiterate, is the President of the United States, has currently pinned the tweet to the top of his Twitter feed where it will remain as a shining beacon to his own idiocy until he replaces it with something else.


After posting the nonsensical meme, needless to say, his fandom was questioned.


As was his seriousness.

Along with his claims that the wall is in fact “coming.”

His meme was creatively remixed.

And we all went happily to sleep confident that nothing crazy or stupid would happen tomorrow and that we’d wake up to a rational, mature president who actually does his job.

We’ll see how that goes.