The state of the 2016 GOP presidential candidate race descended into Donald Trump talking about the size of his penis in the latest Republican debate. Such is the world we live in today.
You're shaking your head right now, aren't you? As Rubio was defending why his personal attacks on Trump are justified, because Trump attacks others, Trump questioned why Rubio decided to attack the size of his hands, "Nobody has ever hit my hands. I've never heard of this." Trump said.
Trump then raised both his hands and said, ""Look at those hands. Are they small hands? And he referred to my hands...if they're small, something else must be small. I guarantee you there's no problem, I guarantee."
He guarantees he's not got a small penis is what he's implying here, which nobody needs pointing out.
This is a man who wants to be president. This is the latest news on how this issue might effect us all in the United States of America if he gets elected. This is the new face of politics. Be afraid. And get used to it.
You can watch the exchange in the video above and lament that you are still alive to see it.
There was one good thing to come from it though, over on twitter @dansolomon tweeted about his friend's great name for what he called the #TrumpDickTruthers. That name was #Girthers.
And so a movement was born. The name is obviously a play on "Birthers," the movement that sprang up demanding to see Obama's birth certificate when he was seeking re-election.
Before long people had jumped onto the hashtag demanding evidence of the size of Trump's, um, trumpet—because it was better than dwelling on the state of the GOP debate and also because Twitter loves puns.