Stephen King Mocks Trump With A Few Obama Conspiracy Theories Of His Own

Stephen King mocks Trump’s Obama conspiracy theories with a few frightening ones of his own.

Horror writer Stephen King took to his Twitter page on Saturday to mock Trump’s Saturday morning Twitter tirade wherein he not only accused President Obama of wire-tapping Trump Tower, but he also inadvertently revealed that the FBI had obtained a FISA warrant granting an examination of his campaign.



True to form, King put together a little three-part short story, tweeting that:

  • “Not only did Obama tap Trump’s phones, he stole the strawberry ice cream out of the mess locker.”
  • “Obama tapped Trump’s phones IN PERSON! Went in wearing a Con Ed coverall. Michelle stood guard while O spliced the lines. SAD!”
  • “Trump should know OBAMA NEVER LEFT THE WHITE HOUSE! He’s in the closet! HE HAS SCISSORS!”



As The Independent reported on Sunday, “The tweets were written in the President’s distinctive style, with words capitalised for emphasis, and included his trademark sign-off,’SAD!'”

Noting that “Mr King has been a consistently vocal critic of President Trump, using Twitter to accuse the President of suppressing press freedom, tax dodging, and discrimination with the travel ban from Muslim-majority countries entering the US,” The Independent reminded readers that Trump wrote a 22-word, 88 character (109 with spaces) short story about Trump back in October.

On Friday King tweeted that “All politics aside, the Trump administration reminds me of that Tom Arnold movie, THE STUPIDS. Really, you guys, this is embarrassing.”

As The Daily Mail reports, “The film is about a dull-witted family that takes everything literally and stumbles around trying to piece together information, according to IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes.”

Back in May of last year, King took a more direct approach to tweeting about Trump:

The Daily Mail also noted that: “King doesn’t limit his observations on politics to just Trump. The Washington Post reported in 2015 he commented on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act and the Republican presidency candidates before Trump.

“Cruz, Paul and Rubio, all running for President. Hey, I thought I was supposed to write the horror stories,” he stated in April 2015.