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May 28, 2021
Top 5 Tweets Marking the 5th Anniversary of Harambe's Assassination
Five years ago today, Harambe the Gorilla was taken from us.
On this day 5 years ago, Harambe was murdered by the government for helping a lost child.
We will never forget, we will never forgive.
Rest with the angels, sweet prince. We will avenge you. pic.twitter.com/9otQFLzdJI
— Spike Cohen (@RealSpikeCohen) May 28, 2021
Actually, taken from us sounds like animal rights activists kidnapped him to "set him free." Harambe was assassinated. The official story from the corporate media is that the gorilla was killed to save a little boy who fell into the gorilla pit. But the people who believe that are likely the same people who believe Jeffrey Epstein killed himself. Even though we all know Jeffrey Epstein did not kill himself. Could there be more to the story? Perhaps. As I write this right now, I can hear the thundering sounds of the Blue Angels flying overhead, celebrating Harambe's life as the most patriotic thing to be happening this weekend.
Harambe would have been 22 today. pic.twitter.com/USLfnJTSJz
— Andrew Doyle (@doyle0213) May 27, 2021
Independent investigations into what REALLY killed Harambe are still ongoing. There are theories.
5 years ago today, we lost a legend.
I'll never forget the last thing Harambe tweeted before she got to him pic.twitter.com/MK4itk5r5Z
— Matthew Foldi (@MatthewFoldi) May 28, 2021
There is also the question of what Harambe was trying to tell that brave little boy. The gorilla was believed by some to know about a government agency that was experimenting on animals. One possibly even working with a foreign country to develop a new bioweapon. There's no way of confirming such a claim. However, I can't help but notice there was no proclamation from the White House or the NIH marking this tragic anniversary.
RIP harambe he definitely knew too much pic.twitter.com/L03UFj296B
— Luke Rudkowski (@Lukewearechange) May 28, 2021
If Harambe had one fault, it's that he cared too much. His colleagues all tried to warn him, but you know Harambe. He was stubborn to a fault. Leaving his friends with nothing to do but regale schoolchildren with stories of Harambe teachings. Both to celebrate the primate, but also as a cautionary tale.
"Yes, I did know Harambe. We first met, I think, back in '68 at the Anti Vietnam Protest in San Fran. He was so caring so I wasn't surprised when he tried to help that boy. I always said 'Harambe, your kindness will kill you someday' and it did. 5 years ago today. RIP" pic.twitter.com/1iRcJ6pOPK
— Summit (@SherpaGinseng) May 28, 2021
All we can do now is remember Harambe how gorilla always wanted. His good friend actor Danny Trejo reminds us of the only proper way to remember this fallen icon. No, not with an NFT.
Happy Birthday Harambe (May 27th 1999 - May 28th, 2016) pic.twitter.com/kNRIambdkN
— SkullsMedia.com by GIFSkull (@SkullsMedia) May 27, 2021
D*cks out for Harambe, indeed.
Godspeed, you magnificent beast. May you be enjoying an eternity of peace, tranquility, and more memes than you can shake a Winchester Model 70 at.
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