Soup Can Cover Up

Vintage Campbells Soup ad 1948

Don’t be fooled! Under the disguise of white suburban housewives, millions of evil anarchists are stocking their pantries in ready for violent protests!

Under the homey pretense of preparing Campbell soup casserole for their families, the canned soups are flying off the shelf in supermarkets from coast to coast in anticipation of the violent protests ready to erupt in their safe suburban towns.

Cream of mushroom or tomato, its m’ladys choice of weapon.

Vintage Campbell soup housewife

An anarchist’s checklist

Trump has blown these anarchists cover in the great soup can expose of 2020!

Far superior to a brick, points out our President, nothing inflicts injury the way a can of soup can.

Weaponized Cans

Vintage grocer holding can 1945

For over a century Campbells has helped women and men weaponize their cans of soups.

During WWII cans of Campbell’s soups and tomato juice were hard to come for the homefront housewife with most going to our boys overseas to help fight the war.

“Look for it in the war newsreel, rather than on your grocer’s shelves” this 1945 Campbells ads reads. Watch our boys lob these soup cans against the Japanese for a swift victory

Campbells, it’s how we won the war!



When Joe Biden is elected and we lose our second amendment rights, those cans of soup will come in mighty handy to protect your family when the looters come!




  1. Pierre Lagacé

    Weapons of mass destruction…

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  3. Pierre Lagacé


    The rant was from a July 31, 2020 White House meeting with the National Association of Police Organizations Leadership, during which Trump riffed about the canned goods:

    In cities across the nation, we’ve also seen police officers assaulted with bricks, rocks, bats, Molotov cocktails, frozen bottles of water. Somebody said last night, one of the protesters — I saw it — he said, “It’s only water. How can water hurt you?” Yeah, they don’t say it’s frozen, in a bottle the size of a football. And they throw it at the police. It’s unbelievable. “It’s water.”

    And then they have cans of soup. Soup. And they throw the cans of soup. That’s better than a brick because you can’t throw a brick; it’s too heavy. But a can of soup, you can really put some power into that, right?

    NAPO President Mick McHale: Yes, sir.

    Trump: And then, when they get caught, they say, “No, this is soup for my family.” They’re so innocent. “This is soup for my family.” It’s incredible. And you have people coming over with bags of soup — big bags of soup. And they lay it on the ground, and the anarchists take it and they start throwing it at our cops, at our police. And if it hits you, that’s worse than a brick because that’s got force. It’s the perfect size. It’s, like, made perfect.

    And when they get caught, they say, “No, this is just soup for my family.” And then the media says, “This is just soup. These people are very, very innocent. They’re innocent people. These are just protesters. Isn’t it wonderful to allow protesting?” No, there’s — and, by the way, the media knows it better than we do. They know what’s going on. I don’t know what’s wrong with them. They’re doing our country a tremendous disservice — I’ll say that.

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  4. It was all over the internet too.


  5. Pierre Lagacé

    I was watching a Connected episode on Netflix which is most interesting to watch. The episode I watched was about the Benford’s Law. One part at the end was about deepfakes which is most interesting as people won’t be able to tell what is true and what is fake.


  6. Bravo. (Cue the canned laughter.)


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