Chris Evans shares parody video mocking Trump, fans thank Captain America for making them laugh in dark times
He shared a video of Trump giving the infamous speech about how it felt to walk down the ramp at West Point that was '10 yards long'
If there's something that can cheer up people in these dreary times of pandemic-induced lockdowns, it's Donald Trump parody videos. Social media is full of them and apart from that, many feel that the president is a gift that keeps giving.
Actor Chris Evans decided to bring some cheer to his fans and shared a video of Trump giving the infamous speech about how it felt to walk down the ramp that was '10 yards long'. In the video, Trump is seen walking down the ramp, with help and support, as a song plays in the background.
For the unversed, this incident took place at the Tulsa rally, where Trump had gone on 10 minutes explaining his unsteadiness as his well-wishers were worried that he was suffering from Parkinsons as they saw him hobbling when walking down a ramp at West Point, a week before the rally. He explained that he was wearing "leather-bottomed" shoes that were not good for ramps and that it felt like an "ice-skating" rink.
Fans couldn't help laughing at the parody video and thanked Captain America for this much-needed dose of joy. "A tip o’ the cap to you Cap! Thanks for what you’re doing with ASP and media literacy," one wrote.
"I am furious at how much of a banger this is," tweeted another.
"Loved it , we all need a good laugh every now and then and I am a senior citizen and yes its still funny laughing at someone is one laughing with them is another, oh by the way I did both!" a fan wrote. "This is fantastic! Needed a good laugh today. Btw - well done @ChrisEvans with ASP! Great model to get people thinking about what our elected officials are saying/doing without being overwhelmed by the amount of information out there," another wrote.
"I've seen the video and he claims to have had a full conversation prior to heading down the ramp. Again there was nothing to support this. If the ramp was slippery then why not say he struggled going up? He milked it and made it bigger than it really was. But that's what he does," one wrote.
"What a clown," a fan tweeted.
Of course, there were some who defended Trump. "I don’t understand why people are making fun of the way he walked down a ramp. I’m younger then him & I would have walked the same way. I also dont like people making fun of Biden because of his memory problems, someone should care & help him," one tweeted.