Did you, like most red-blooded Americans, love every single second of the Anthony Scaramucci era?
Have you, like all of us, been wandering around aimlessly, desperate to feel that same unfettered bliss you encountered whenever a push notification about Scaramucci came on your lock screen?
Well, get ready to have that Scaramucci craving satiated. Because Scaramucci is BACK.
Get ready: https://t.co/WQmzb1irCg
— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) September 13, 2017
You may be wondering what the hell the Scaramucci Post is.
Well, unlike its open and haphazardly honest founder, Anthony Scaramucci, this appears to be a tightly held secret. It’s definitely something. Possibly media related. Perhaps a Skimm-style newsletter from Scaramucci himself? What about a new website full of insider information like Axios? Nobody knows. Because literally, all it is right now is one Instagram post and some tweets (which, honestly, given the media climate these days isn’t the worst content strategy—but that’s neither here nor there).
Without a lot of information, Twitter was left to run amok.
eyyyyyy, i'm establishin' a media outlet heah!https://t.co/TfOBwbghwP
— benfinite (@benfinite) September 13, 2017
Prayers = Answered. https://t.co/yUgwuaw2tE
— Larry O'Connor (@LarryOConnor) September 13, 2017
Apparently, irrelevancy these days requires a multi-platform approach. https://t.co/8YluYZXzUH
— Max Burbank (@max_burbank) September 13, 2017
Oh? Verrit is the LEAST useful media boondoggle this year?
— i have digital coronavirus do not talk to me (@GarlicCorgi) September 13, 2017
— The Velvet Messiah (@realjamesh) September 13, 2017
— SeriouslyUS? (@USseriously) September 13, 2017
Many people just plain didn’t want it.
— Wenda the White Fawn (@Thewhitefawnkbh) September 13, 2017
Whenever we do find out what it is, we’ll be sure to let you know.