On Tuesday night, BuzzFeed news published a 35-page dossier allegedly assembled by a former British spy. Among the allegations contained in the document is a claim that Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, met secretly with Kremlin officials in Prague in August 2016 – a claim that Cohen vehemently denies.
Of course, all Cohen’s tweet does is prove that he has a passport. It might not even be his passport, but he definitely has one. Or at the very least knows how to use Google Images. Inspired by Cohen’s, um, transparency, people are now tweeting their own proof that they also have never been to Prague in their lives. And by proof, I mean just about any arbitrary image.
There you have it. It is with absolute certainty that I can report that none of these people have ever been to Prague in their lives.