Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, stand-up comedian Pete Dominick, and Harvard legal scholar Laurence Tribe are all having bad days.
- But who’s having the worst day on Twitter?
HAVING A BAD ONE
CLINTON: Social media commenters noted the failed 2016 presidential candidate’s recent ad for Indivisible Guide, in which she claimed a vast right-wing conspiracy to steal the 2024 election is afoot, sounded awfully Trumpian.
Questioning elections when Democrats win makes you a dangerous insurrection. Questioning elections when Republicans win makes you a hero. Those are the rules of the media. https://t.co/7ot06Y1o3W
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) October 25, 2022
DOMINICK: The liberal comedian found himself with egg on his face after spreading disinformation about pro-DeSantis Floridians’ patriotic chant, suggesting the cheers were actually a racist taunt against Democratic lieutenant governor candidate Karla Hernandez.
The absolute state of the Florida Democratic Party in 2022: pic.twitter.com/7xxWgJIO2N
— DeSantis War Room 🐊 #FloridaStrong (@DeSantisWarRoom) October 25, 2022
TRIBE: The Harvard Law professor emeritus was accused of misogyny for his comment about Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.
I learned this about Tribe decades prior to this tweet, but becoming an adult is frequently about realizing that all the people you are told are brilliant are actually complete and utter doofuses. https://t.co/c81NyrIc8i
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 25, 2022