Logging into Twitter and seeing #RIPAmerica trending can be jarring, especially given the current state of things. Many parts of the United States are still under quarantine, with cities such as New York and Los Angeles probably not coming out of that haze until the summer (hopefully).
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日本最新一本之道免费So #RIPAmerica isn’t quite about a literal death of the country, but people are using the hashtag to express the exhaustion and cynicism that comes with being caught in the middle of pandemic pandemonium.
Here are some tweets that perfectly sum up many people’s feelings of doubt and mistrust.
We’re stuck in the longest-ever episode of ‘The Twilight Zone’
2020 was written and directed by Rod Serling
— princess sugar pea ???? (@princesssugarp)
日本最新一本之道免费We now live in an age where government has a complete disdain for knowledge, science, facts, and truth.
日本最新一本之道免费Sound familiar? That's because this was predicted 60 years ago in the Twilight Zone.
日本最新一本之道免费— JD (@J_TheTimelord)
I feel like we are living in an original Twilight Zone episode.
日本最新一本之道免费— Been Self Isolating since the 80's (@PammyChanelle)
…2020 is now The Twilight Zone. Have fun!!????
日本最新一本之道免费— william frank (@william48014446)
This just can’t be happening . . . can it?
When you wake up to trending…
— Ambereve Ginunas (@JinkiesMsJenks)
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— G Rιπ T-39 (@grinteq_hq)
is trending…if you don’t live in the states anymore and look at what’s going on from afar it’s unbelievable.
— Mangoman (@69mangoman)
Rest of the world when they see America opening back up
— TheMayor4U (@mayor4_u)
Trust science (and history) over politics
Scientists or politicians? Choose wisely or .
— CultureStorm (@CultureStorm)
175 IQ hard at work.
日本最新一本之道免费— The Joy of Trolling (@twelthavenue)
— ????✉ MAILMAN ✉???? (@DaMailman03)
The Thanos theory
Let's just say Thanos was right. It's a sad day when people care more about the economy/ their useless rights than they do humans.
日本最新一本之道免费— BLEBLEDADON (@BLE5SING)
Don’t forget—it’s still an election year
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日本最新一本之道免费— RV (@REVMusicNY)
I guess it’s until WE collectively re-elect him AGAIN because we WON’T do anything about it.. “Don’t Complain.. VOTE!”
日本最新一本之道免费— RAVYN WO7F (@RAVYNWO7F)