“The View” co-host Ana Navarro, CNN contributor Dean Obeidallah and journalist Kevin Baron are all having bad days.
- But who’s having the worst day on Twitter?
HAVING A BAD ONE
NAVARRO: The Donald Trump critic minimized the seriousness of a 2017 attack on Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., while accusing the GOP of lacking sympathy for Paul Pelosi, recent victim of a home invasion attack and the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Kelley Paul responded to Navarro by pointing out six of her husband’s ribs were broken in the 2017 incident.
The felon who assaulted my husband ran downhill and slammed into him, breaking six ribs and damaging his lung on impact. Rand was wearing headphones and couldn’t see or hear him. He had violent anti-Trump social media. Yet you belittle his violence because you don’t like Rand. https://t.co/eZLlXkzuga
— Kelley Paul (@KelleyAshbyPaul) October 29, 2022
So this is straight up anti-immigration xenophobia https://t.co/H0fVPfx5oO
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) October 31, 2022
BARON: The Defense One executive editor reacted to Musk’s irreverence toward The New York Times by coining a phrase that, for many commenters, summed up narcissistic media navel-gazing.
New self-righteous term just dropped – journalism denier. https://t.co/CLns6HXJgt
— Noam Blum (@neontaster) October 31, 2022