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In the Basement with Love is a quote from a tweet by Donald Trump who accused protestors to Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Nomination of being plants of George Soros, a familiar conspiracy theory pushed by some on the far right when there is widespread protest on the left.
On October 5th, 2018, Donald Trump tweeted an accusation that protestors who accosted Senator Jeff Flake following Brett Kavanaugh's hearings regarding his allegations of sexual assault were paid protestors, and that the identical signs of other protestors to the nomination were evidence that the protests were paid for by George Soros (shown below).
After the tweet was posted, it sparked outrage among Trump's critics. Many pointed out that Trump's point about identical signs was undermined by pictures of his rallies where his supporters were seen holding identical signs. Twitter user @BettyBowers made that point, gaining over 170 retweets and 1,400 likes (shown below, left). Others pointed out how many of the Kavanaugh signs actually were homemade. Twitter user @joeamon made that point, gaining 8 retweets and 49 likes (shown below, right).
Others used the phrase to post parodies. User @Davidmackau tweeted images from Kendall Jenner's Pepsi Ad, gaining over 20 retweets and 160 likes (shown below, left). User @CorbinReiff posted a parody using a sign held by Bruce Springsteen (shown below, right).
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