If you're anything like me, you use Bachelor in Paradise as a weekly distraction from the circus fire that is the United States government right now. If that's true, then you were probably angrier than you've ever been last night when "President" Ronald McDonald Donald Trump interrupted Bachelor in Paradise for an address to the nation. I know... I'm seething as I type. What's even worse is that his fancy little speech forced ABC to postpone a rose ceremony that we've been WAITING ON FOR THREE WEEKS. I mean, of all the detestable acts we've seen from the POTUS over the past eight months, this may truly be the most heinous. If interrupting Bachelor in Paradise isn't considered an impeachable offense, then I don't know what is. This is NOT what Jesus had in mind when he wrote the Constitution.
Of course, I'm not the only one who's outraged at how far our government went this time. The good and kind people of Twitter certainly agree with the above sentiments and, in a very unsurprising turn of events, have taken to the platform to express their dissatisfaction with the President's barging in on our weekly respite from his usual antics. Some were angry, some were confused, but, naturally, all were hilarious.
Clearly the Bachelor loving citizens of the U.S. were NOT here for Trump's unwelcome interruption (as if there is such a thing as a "welcome interruption" from Trump), and, if I'm being completely honest, I'm surprised he would even have time to make a speech during an episode of BiP... isn't he the type to be holed up in the Oval Office watching live and angrily tweeting about how Dean is a f*ckboy??
All I know is this guy has officially gone too far. I will not just stand by and watch as he destroys Bachelor Mondays; I have nothing but respect for MY president, and my president is Bachelor in Paradise.