Sean Spicer just doesn’t know how to internet. He doesn’t. He has tweeted his own Twitter password before, and it didn’t just happen once. He is as inept at being on the web as he is in press secretary-ing. And, that’s saying something because he is REALLY bad at press secretary-ing. Period.
It was discovered that the little angry man in a suit sized at least three sizes too big has a Venmo account which was open to the public. For those who don’t know, Venmo is an app that can be used to send and receive money.
Well, like clockwork the internet responded brilliantly. Spicer has now been flooded with requests for cash from all over the country.
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People are asking Spicer for money for M&Ms and Dippin’ Dots to Radical Moose Lambs and Bowling Green bowling leagues.
— Busta Troll (@BustaTroll) February 7, 2017
— Shannon Argueta (@ArguetaShannon) February 7, 2017
LOL! RADICAL MOOSE-LAMBS!
That’s disappointing. pic.twitter.com/zMbnViJfuh
— Janie Stolar (@JanieFierce) February 7, 2017
I Venmo requested money from Sean Spicer for the imaginary bowling league we’re in together pic.twitter.com/rptdVj3Svc
— Sarah Wainschel (@Swainsch) February 7, 2017
— Jamie (@jlew8) February 7, 2017
I FOUND SEAN SPICER ON VENMO AND I JUST pic.twitter.com/EbBwngvCJl
— Sarah McG (@sarahmcgbeauty) February 7, 2017
Sean Spicer’s venmo is public should I do this pic.twitter.com/28ekrGtMV5
— Maddie C (@maddz99) February 7, 2017
— Jared Zimmerman (@JaredZimmerman) February 7, 2017
Now, there isn’t any way to truly verify that this is actually Spicer’s Venmo account, other than looking at the fact that it has had two transactions on it from over the summer. Both payments are in the same names of his IRL siblings: Ryan and Shannon.
We shall await Spicer’s response of:
I have no outstanding Venmo requests. Period!
Bwahahahahaha! Stupid, Spicey.