Here we’ll keep an eye out for the best/worst Election Day tweets. If you see tweets that you think we ought to include, send them to editors – at – pjmedia – dot – com. They have to be real tweets, nothing staged.
We’ll start off with a nod from the so-called elite media.
— msnbc (@msnbc) November 4, 2014
Just in case MSNBC deletes, here’s a screencap.
MSNBC either has the wrong Scott in mind, or the wrong state. Either way, they’re just wrong.
Here’s one that was sent out by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to encourage people to vote. We’re not sure that it accomplishes that mission.
Crack kills, governor. His social media people must agree, as they’ve switched out the photo above for something that’s a little less hilarious.
Update: Can’t you just feel the excitement at this Mark Udall rally? No? Wake up!
— Kristen Wyatt (@APkristenwyatt) November 4, 2014
Update: How about some celebrity versus celebrity action. Here’s Bette Midler, student of the school that believes that BIG LETTERS=BIG WINS.
It's ELECTION DAY! DON'T VOTE FOR OBSTRUCTIONISTS! VOTE FOR ACTION!! KEEP THE SENATE DEMOCRATIC AND TURN THE HOUSE!!
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) November 4, 2014
Comedian Jim Gaffigan makes some sense.
If you need a celebrity to tell you to vote, you probably shouldn’t vote.
— Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) November 3, 2014
Update: MSNBC is confused again.
— msnbc (@msnbc) October 23, 2014
If McConnell and Grimes are tied in Kansas, that would be news. They’re running in Kentucky.