The shirt takes issue with new Democratic Lieutenant Governor nominee John Fetterman calling then Presidential candidate Donald Trump a jagoff during Fetterman’s run for the U.S. Senate. The shirt blurs out “jagoff” and a tweet describes Fetterman’s quote as a “profanity-laced attacks” against Trump.
The Pennsylvania Primary Election determined John Fetterman as the Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor; Fetterman is endorsed by Bernie Sanders and his rise included selling t-shirts with profanity-laced attacks on President Trump!
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— PA GOP (@PAGOP) May 16, 2018
The Oxford English Dictionary takes a different view of jagoff. In September 2016 they added jagoff to their dictionary defining it as a noun.
Oxford defines it fully as “a stupid, irritating, or contemptible person.”
Fetterman is not the only person to describe Trump as a jagoff. In July of 2016, Mark Cuban called Trump a jagoff during a rally for Hillary Clinton in Pittsburgh.