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Hunt, Gather agency made merchandise in response to the hacked McDonald's anti-trump tweet. The funds from the project called Supersize the Resistance will go to Meals on Wheels.
McDonald's Twitter account was reportedly hacked by someone who then used the opportunity to send a message to the President of the United States: that he is a "disgusting excuse of a president" with "tiny hands." The tweet has already been deleted.
The agency Hunt, Gather made some merchandise to support the tweet, reports Adweek. People can buy from a range of products of baseball caps, t-shirts, and tote bags, most of which contain the phrase "Supersize the Resistance."
Baby garments are also available. The onesies carry the statement "Small Fry, Big Voice," or "Small Fry, Big Bite."
— Jasmine Williams (@ladyjai03) March 18, 2017
According to the 'About' page of the online store, Supersize the Resistance was created because "every day brings with it new opportunities to join and expand the resistance and have our collective voices heard."
It can be noted that neither the products nor the website itself made any reference to Donald Trump explicitly. However, those familiar with the hacking incident will recognize the reference.
The only products to contain a phrase of the tweet is a tote and a shirt that say "we would love to have @BarackObama back." Check out the store here.
All of the proceeds from the sale will go to Meals on Wheels, a program that delivers food to the elderly which might be affected by Trump's proposed budget cuts, reports Adweek.
McDonald's has already secured its Twitter account as soon as Twitter notified it of the activity. It proceeded to conduct an investigation which resulted in the conclusion that the fast food giant's corporate account was hacked by an external source, reports CBS News.
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