The organizers behind the hashtag called upon people to describe why they believe that Trump must be impeached and to express their opinions via Twitter using exactly seven words.
While this is hardly the first such hashtag to appear on Twitter since Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States nearly a year ago, there was apparently no shortage of social media users eager to voice their opinion on the matter.
Twitter Finger on Nuclear Button Is Scary#WhyWeMustImpeachTrumpin7Words— Wilson Chu (@MyWchu) 2 октября 2017 г.
Some of Trump’s critics blasted him for dedicating a golf trophy to Puerto Rico while simultaneously shrugging off criticism regarding the ongoing hurricane relief effort there.
dedicated a golf trophy in a crisis #WhyWeMustImpeachTrumpin7Words— GreenPeaches (@GreenPeaches2) 1 октября 2017 г.
Others voiced their concerns about Trump’s policies apparently increasing the risk of a global, and possibly even nuclear, war.
Because he's gonna get us all killed.😨#WhyWeMustImpeachTrumpin7Words— LiberalsAreSmarter (@SmartLiberal) 1 октября 2017 г.
And yet others brought up the allegations of Trump’s alleged collusion with the Russians.
Мы все скоро будем говорить по-русски.#WhyWeMustImpeachTrumpin7Words— Adam L Brinklow (@AdamLBrinklow) 1 октября 2017 г.
There were those however who took a dim view of the new hashtag, blasting its creators for allegedly attempting to divide the US.
A number of the hashtag’s critics directed their scorn towards the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton.
Hillary still does not know she lost #WhyWeMustImpeachTrumpin7Words— Sean Spicier (@sean_spicier) 1 октября 2017 г.
Also, political commentator Ben Shapiro snarkily remarked that the hashtag itself apparently does not adhere to its own standards.