John Voorheis, Jon Schwartz and Stephanie Ruhle are all having bad days.
- But only one of them is having the worst day on Twitter.
HAVING A BAD ONE
John Voorheis: Twitter users piled on the economist after he produced a stunningly baffling take about gun owners in reaction to the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
This is the Sistine Chapel of bad takes. This is the pinnacle of art. All future bad takes must now be measured against this one. https://t.co/Sbor0hA7Vq
— 𝕃𝕠𝕘𝕚𝕔 (@logicbot3000) November 13, 2021
Jon Schwarz: The Intercept writer is getting heftily ratioed on Twitter for declaring that inflation is actually good for America.
Here is another example of the media trying to convince the public that inflation is a good thing.
Historians will look back on these types of articles as the epitome of fake news and misinformation.
— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) November 12, 2021
Stephanie Ruhle: The MSNBC anchor ran afoul of Twitter for suggesting the real economic crisis is Americans failing to save money during the pandemic.
Inflation airhead: NBC's Stephanie Ruhle says the "dirty little secret" of people complaining about paying higher prices for food and fuel for their homes is they can afford it just fine. According to her, people should have been saving during the pandemic and stocks look good. pic.twitter.com/RQ90focIXJ
— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) November 14, 2021