Stephen Colbert, Heaven Hill Brands, Mary Lemanski and Will Smith are all having bad days.
- But who’s having the worst day on Twitter?
HAVING A BAD ONE
Stephen Colbert: Conservatives mocked the late-night TV host for saying that Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal indicates “we should change the law.”
Rich Democrats believe you have no right to defend yourself from an angry mob.
He was being violently attacked by three dangerous felons; a jury of his peers found that Kyle Rittenhouse acted in self-defense.
What Colbert is arguing is to outlaw the ability to defend oneself. https://t.co/1xcV8byetc
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) November 23, 2021
Heaven Hill Brands: The distiller conglomerate asked people to stop using its Rittenhouse Rye to celebrate Rittenhouse’s acquittal. Twitter scoffed in response.
Rule #1: You don’t have to respond to everyone. In fact, don’t have to respond to ANYTHING. Shut your freaking mouth and let it blow over.
Here’s a great example why that’s Rule #1: https://t.co/rk2idRW06R
— Jesse Kelly (@JesseKellyDC) November 24, 2021
Mary Lemanski: The former social media director of the DuPage County Democratic Party in Illinois claimed the deadly SUV attack on a Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, was “karma” — and has since had her own encounter with karma. Twitter noticed.
— Paul Zeise (@PaulZeise) November 23, 2021
Will Smith: Commenters on Twitter are begging the Hollywood movie star to keep his personal life to himself.
the fact that i know so much about the smith family gotta be a violation of hippo or whatever https://t.co/5BnYpQGTln
— bryce (@pollen196) November 24, 2021