Attorney General of the United States Jeff Sessions (A.K.A. the bigot Coretta Scott King warned us about) is the latest member of President* Donald Trump’s team to appear on the cover of Time magazine. And considering how super stoked Trump was when Bannon achieved that dubious honor, we’re sure this will in no way hurt Sessions’ job security. But sad times for Sessions, Twitter is dragging him hard.
Apologies in advance for how much you’re about to stare into the beady, soulless eyes of Jeff Sessions.
my man looking like he's about to trick some fat little German kids into climbing into his cauldron pic.twitter.com/QDrnK4pEw2— Simon Maloy (@SimonMaloy) March 29, 2018
“Welcome to the third circle of hell. I will be your guide, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III. Let me show you to your quarters” pic.twitter.com/uz6aSkagml— Red (@Redpainter1) March 29, 2018
Jeff Sessions: I’m not racist. I have a black soul. pic.twitter.com/kK0Uk7hxJx— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) March 29, 2018
tfw ur definitely not a mythical bridge troll pic.twitter.com/6rstXmHqKs— Rob Flaherty (@Rob_Flaherty) March 29, 2018
Sessions looks like an artists' rendering of a cartoon character as a real human https://t.co/uCOnzowi6H— Jack Miller (@politicalmiller) March 29, 2018
They’ve got Sessions lit like he’s on the cover of the box set for the Leprechaun movies. pic.twitter.com/VJFPaTASMn— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) March 29, 2018
*sees the jeff sessions time magazine cover once* pic.twitter.com/PMw1kbf8wW— derp, from online™️, redux (@YungHeeHaw) March 29, 2018
Today the snowflake right is claiming national news outlets only run unflattering photos of Republicans on their covers. Yawn. pic.twitter.com/IcqU4dSgrZ— Oliver Willis (@owillis) March 29, 2018
And yet somehow, the creepiest/funniest tweet is the one Time shared revealing the cover, which makes it seem like Sessions stepped out of the darkness Michael Myers style.
Wow. Here’s hoping that tagline “Nobody’s above the law” proves prophetic.