Memes turn on Donald Trump as Scumbag Steve says Donald Trump is the true scumbag.

Memes turn on Donald Trump as Scumbag Steve says Donald Trump is the true scumbag.
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Blake Boston, the dude behind the infamous “Scumbag Steve” internet meme, channeled his inner Kanye on Monday. He went on a huge rant, telling Buzzfeed that his oafish online identity is nothing compared to Donald Trump. He called The Donald: “one of the biggest scumbags around.” Boston told the website:

He’s that asshole scumbag that insults someone’s physical make up and thinks he’s got a good comeback. Calling people fat, short, ugly, poor, smelly, a dummy, et cetera, are what his pubescent mind thinks are character flaws. So many of his put-downs involve what Trump must feel are physical deficits in himself. And the irony is that he wants to sue anyone that he feels disparages him. He can call people out but he can’t take it. So much so that he wants to fuck with the First Amendment. Who the fuck but a scumbag would mess with that?

Boston ended his rant by saying: “Damn, let’s hope I don’t get sued. The man’s a liar. Plain and simple he lies. Scumbags lie.”

He also took to Twitter to express his hatred for Trump, telling his some 6k followers that voting for the 2016 Republican presidential front-runner is a huge no-no:

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Boston not only called Trump the "quintessential internet scumbag," but also called him  a "serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist, [and] bully." He joins Humans of New York journalist Brandon Stanton as one of the most recent Internet critics of Trump's antics.

Blake Boston rose to Internet stardom in 2011 when a ridiculous-looking photo of him as a 16-year-old donning a cap backwards surfaced online. According to The Hill, the photo was taken at his house in Medford, Massachusetts by his mother. Here's one of his glorious memes, below:

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Ya know, just one of the many blessings of being Scumbag Steve.
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“Ever since I started to embrace it, I’ve thought that maybe it happened for a reason, that it’s a blessing in disguise,” Boston told the Globe in 2012.

The meme presumably became one of the most prevalent digital posters in Internet history—so much that his baseball cap was photo-shopped onto a couple of celebrity memes as as well. Take a look:

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Memes on memes on memes.

If Boston can't convince you that Trump is a scumbag, perhaps this 10-year-old boy will?

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