Is he under the impression that he’s being detained for cussing?
Could biatd be a synonym for covfefe?
Ah yes, the rock-solid kerning defense.
The only “biatd,” here is this piece of sh!t.
I really hope that this guy paid for his own lawyer. I would hate to think this is the kind of defense you get from a public defender.
Indeed. I’ve been tracking this.
Not when used by a man. Ever. In any spelling or pronunciation.
Also, I understand the need for journalistic integrity, but is this really an “allegedly” situation? He’s was captured in numerous videos and admitted to his involvement publicly.
What was the dictionary’s citation, a Lobo comic?
This is a dumb person’s idea of a clever argument.
If I were the judge, I’d tell the defendant he’s akquited. And then follow up with the fact that I meant to tell him he’s guilty, and that “akquited” actually means “guilty as charged.”
Not only is the ‘t’ in “Bigo” silent, it is also invisible.
That’s the crazy thing, you only get this level of creative desperation by paying for it. A PD has no incentive to slap their name on a career anchor like this. Nope, most likely, some dipshit’s Gofundme is paying for this.
Judge: Excellent point, I hearby sentence you to twenty years in gaol.
Apparently so, yes. So add unbearable levels of ignorance to his charms. He needs to stay under observation. He might forget to breath.
We’re getting clue one blunder at a time, this is like a scooby doo mystery but a lot sadder. First covfefe now baitd, is it an anagram?