Jim Cramer, Bill Clinton and the Latvian women’s national soccer team are all having bad days on Twitter.
- But who’s having the worst day?
HAVING A BAD ONE
Jim Cramer: In an impassioned rant, the CNBC host and financial advisor called for a universal vaccine mandate enforced by the military; mandate skeptics on Twitter were appalled.
Imagine what your life would look like if pump-and-dump stockwallahs and kleptocrats ran the country…. oh wait… https://t.co/K4xIEnAhHH
— Harmeet K. Dhillon (@pnjaban) November 30, 2021
Bill Clinton: The start of Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial this week reminded Twitter users of a painting her former companion, the late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, once hung in his home.
As the Ghislaine Maxwells trial begins, keep in mind this painting that hung in Jeffrey Epstein’s home. pic.twitter.com/IpcXox2EoS
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) November 29, 2021
Latvia’s women’s soccer team: Soccer Twitter let out a collective grimace as the Women’s World Cup qualifiers were beaten 20-0 in a match against England on Wednesday.
The home fans applaud Latvia's players as they go back to the dugout, good to see.
Sat just above them, and you can tell just by looking how young the squad is.
Some looked completely and utterly despondent. What is the purpose of games like this?
— Adam Millington (@AdamGMillington) November 30, 2021