NPR, Kevin Spacey and Mark Ruffalo are all having bad days on Twitter.
- But who is having the worst?
HAVING A BAD ONE
National Public Radio: The state-funded news service was mocked on Twitter after an NPR reporter covering a deadly tragedy pointed out the town of Waukesha, Wisconsin uses the term “Christmas Parade,” instead of the more progressive, “Holiday Parade.”
NPR this morning noted in an aside that “Waukesha stills calls its annual ‘Holiday Parade’ a ‘Christmas Parade.’”
Thank you for your service, NPR.
— ReStation (@St1Station) November 22, 2021
Kevin Spacey: The disgraced actor and alleged sexual assault perpetrator was ordered to pay the production company for “House of Cards,” the acclaimed Netflix drama on which he previously starred, $31 million for breach of contract — and Twitter is gleeful at the outcome.
Glad to see Kevin Spacey paying a price for the harm he caused. My thoughts are with the families of the two men who died after coming forward and with all of his victims. #MeToo https://t.co/C9CG5NFlVH
— Drew Dixon (@deardrewdixon) November 22, 2021
Mark Ruffalo: Twitter commenters scoffed after the activist actor used a pet name to refer to deceased child rapist Joseph Rosenbaum, one of the men Kyle Rittenhouse shot in self-defense.
You call a child rapist "JoJo?" Copy that, Hollywood.
— John Rich (@johnrich) November 21, 2021