In shocking news to absolutely no one besides Howard Eskin, Russell Wilson did not plug himself into an electrical outlet after Monday night’s game
In the late hours of last night, I wrote an article about Russell Wilson and a quote that picked up steam on in the internet of him being literally plugged into something called LifeLectric following the Denver Broncos loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football.
The quote, which was obviously fake was a part of an article that I wrote about Russell Wilson joining Justin Herbert as two confirmed robot quarterbacks in today’s NFL.
Here’s the fake Russell Wilson quote for reference.
Absolutely hilarious. The quote was originally published by Pardon My Take and more specifically PFT Commenter. If anyone took the time to actually read my article, which went semi-viral last night, at the very end of it, I literally acknowledge that the entire article is satire but whatever, moving on.
In another classic example of Philadelphia’s favorite Howard Eskin failing to use social media properly, the guy quote tweeted the fake tweet and starting his typical “fake outrage” about Russell Wilson plugging himself into something called LifeLectric.
Eskin, wasn’t the only blue checkmark dummy to fall for the fake quote. We also have this guy, who questioned any medical doctor or facility for implanting a device into Russell Wilson’s hip.
To be clear: Anyone who thought Russell Wilson actually plugged himself into an electrical outlet is a total moron. I would even go as far as saying they deserve to be suspended from Twitter and have their cute little checkmarks removed for the remainder of the time they use the platform.
Maybe Elon Musk can implement that when he finally buys Twitter.