President Donald Trump has turned his petty sights on finding a Supreme court nominee with bipartisan support a 17-year-old with a cat parody website.
According to Lucy, the teen behind Kittenfeed.com, Drumpf's legal team has sent her a cease and desist letter because she operates a website that allows users to scratch at four images of Drumpf's face with cat paws.
Her site was originally called Trumpscratch.com, until she received the cease and desist letter on March 1 telling her that she was infringing upon the "internationally known and famous" Trump trademark. Famous, so famous, tremendously famous.
Lucy changed the site name, but still heard from the lawyers because her site linked to an anti-Trump t-shirt to be purchased on Amazon. She then removed the link and hasn't heard anything from the legal eagles yet. But give it time!
The eloquent teenager is just as perplexed as the rest of us at the Trumpster's behavior. She said:
"I really just want people to be aware that this is a president who's clearly more concerned about what people think of him than doing things of substance. The fact that as president he still has teams going around bothering to shut down silly sites like mine is outrageous. Literally all my site is, is punching him with kitten paws. A president should not have the time or care to hire people to shut sites like mine down. He should be running the country, not tweeting about TV ratings or anything else like that."
Her site is awesome, BTW. Please visit it and scratch at Trumpelstilskin's face. It's cathartic!