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Jacob Wohl is a 20-year-old pro-Trump conspiracy theorist.

He has been investigated for financial fraud, is potentially facing an FBI investigation and is a minor Twitter celeb because of his Trump fanboy status and strange obsession with "hipster coffee shops" and all of the terrible liberal things he says he sees and hears in them.


Recently, Wohl's gained a bit more spotlight. Surefire Intelligence, an agency linked to Wohl, accused Robert Mueller of sexual misconduct. Mueller did not respond to the claims other than asking the FBI to investigate them.

The investigation found that Surefire appears to be Wohl's creation, the employee's social media profiles are fake (one uses a stock photography model and one uses an image of famed actor Christoph Waltz while Israeli model Bar Rafaeli's image was used for their "Tel Aviv Station Chief"), the name of the accuser has changed and the "witness" never showed up for Wohl's press conference on the matter.


With all of the attention the Mueller investigation is getting, Wohl's name keeps popping up in articles and discussions. It's like he's getting splashed with secondhand importance.

We told you all of that because the first 3 people we tried to explain this story to went "who?" when we mentioned Jacob Wohl.

Funny thing is, his total lack of fame—and his delusion about it—are why this story happened to begin with. Wohl's name showed up all over Chrissy Teigen's timeline after the Mueller accusation.

She didn't have the time or energy to read through a bunch of articles and try to untangle the story.

So she asked her followers for help.

Her followers, naturally, took this as a call to arms and showered Chrissy with information, sass, and memes.







And one Twitter user came back with a SAGA of why Jacob Wohl is considered a grifter.







Somewhere in all of this, Jacob got tagged.

He decided to fire back at Chrissy by grabbing a Google chart and claiming he was now more famous than she is.

Chrissy pointed out that he was maybe interpreting the data incorrectly.

Teigen posted:

"This is literally just a graph proving people had to google your dumbass to figure out who you are"

Twitter is solidly #TeamTeigen.







Sooo... yeah, we're going to go ahead and score this round for Teigen.

Stay tuned. We'll let you know if Wohl ever recovers enough to clap back.

H/T: Twitter, Indy100, Google

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