Jacob Wohl’s dad is selling horny calendars of himself for the soldiers

David Wohl, the lawyer and father of pro-Trump conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl, was mocked on Twitter Thursday for announcing a bizarre calendar filled with pictures of himself.

Wohl revealed in a tweet that the 2020 calendar would include not only photos of himself but of fellow conservative talking head Breck Worsham.

The proceeds generated from the calendars, to Wohl’s credit, will purportedly go to the Wounded Warriors Project, as well as the Gary Sinise Foundation. Both groups work to support U.S. military veterans.

The only true question is who would actually line up to buy such a calendar when supporting either charity is just as easy and infinitely less cringe?

Worsham advertised the calendar on her Instagram page as well. And although Worsham was banned from Twitter last December for tweets that allegedly encouraged violence, Wohl tagged the Twitter account @themagablonde to reference Worsham.

Wohl’s announcement, however, appeared to be less than enthralling for Twitter users.

“Wouldn’t forcing the troops to look at this wound them more?” one Twitter user joked.

Others questioned how anyone could be so cruel to Gary Sinise, the Hollywood actor who famously played Lieutenant Dan in iconic blockbuster Forrest Gump.

“WHAT DID GARY SINISE EVER DO TO YOU TO DESERVE THIS,” Twitter user @Voodoo_Pork asked.

Some speculated that perhaps they’d discovered the source of Jacob’s many issues, specifically his never-ending desire for attention via sham press conferences.

“Jacob was doomed from the start,” Twitter user @neuralculture declared.

But the elder Wohl didn’t have time for the haters and even claimed to have sold almost 12,000 calendars in three days. Wohl also called out the “degenerates, reprobates, stalkers, and Never-Trumper losers” who apparently couldn’t handle how epic his calendar is… or something.

For those wondering, because I know you are, the calendars are selling for $24.95 on Worsham’s website. A description for the product promises that the “twelve tantalizing pages” will be “steamier than ever.”

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Mikael Thalen

Mikael Thalen

Mikael Thalen is a tech and security reporter based in Seattle, covering social media, data breaches, hackers, and more.