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McDonald’s Realizing Now Is Not a Great Time to Have a Creepy-Ass Clown as Your Mascot

When these idiots finally wipe off their makeup and we’re able to objectively look back on this period of clown-driven paranoia, we’ll recognize that right now is a real low point.
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