The 2016 campaign season is underway, which can mean only one thing: Political tweets. The jokes, the GIFs, the endless supply of candidate one-liners and reactions. It’s the only part of the seemingly endless election cycle that is actually entertaining.
This year certainly has no shortage of material. With candidates such as Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Bernie Sanders all participating in countless debates and rallies, the situation is ripe for parody.
Here are a few of our favorites (so far). Give us a shout on Twitter with your favorites.
Is Sarah Palin the Kardashians of politics, or are the Kardashians the Sarah Palins of the entertainment industry?
— Jake Vig (@Jake_Vig) January 20, 2016
Poll: 70% of Americans say a Trump presidency would make them "anxious."
The other 30% say it would make them "Canadian."
— Bob Kostic (@causticbob) January 30, 2016
When you see people arguing politics on social media. pic.twitter.com/3Mr2L4IZug
— The Refined Ruffian (@CulturedRuffian) January 10, 2016
Ted Cruz is what happens when you send a Dana Carvey impression to private school.
— jerm (@JermHimselfish) January 29, 2016
My son asked me what causes static electricity and my answer sounded like Sarah Palin endorsing Trump.
— Amy Dillon (@amydillon) January 30, 2016
How Trump's hair felt about the debate, and other important news coming up in the hour.
— Black Cat Bettie (@BlackCatBettie) January 15, 2016
I too, Ben Carson, am eager to go to sleep.
— Garance Franke-Ruta (@thegarance) January 29, 2016
If you put Ben Carson on mute he looks like he's casting a spell.
— Donté Stallworth (@DonteStallworth) January 29, 2016
Hillary trying to get the millenial vote like pic.twitter.com/EL1MmLDwYP
— Leon from Mathclass (@LeonEarlgrey) January 20, 2016
Bernie Sanders, sitting alone in the dark in an empty barber shop that's been closed for 20 years: This place used to buzz, baby!
— ham gun, the movie (@meatballwizard) November 5, 2015
Hey dummies on either side, it's the weekend, let's take a couple days off from the political rhetoric and talk about cats.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) December 5, 2015