Actor/comedian Rob Schneider destroyed Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s attempt to say that she is taking a stand against “false information.” On Twitter, Sen. Warren stated, “[T]oday, I’m making a pledge: I will not knowingly use or spread disinformation to benefit my own candidacy or damage others. And I will fight disinformation aimed at my campaign, my opponents, and voters.”
Sen. Warren’s Twitter post continued, “[c]ampaigns and tech companies can take a number of steps to slow the spread of misinformation right now. And as president, I’ll take a series of actions to further address the spread of disinformation.”
Sen. Warren’s final tweet in the chain stated, “[t]he stakes of this election are too high. We need to fight the spread of false information that disempowers voters and undermines democracy. I’ll do my part—and I’m calling on my fellow candidates and big tech companies to do their part, too.”
So today, I’m making a pledge: I will not knowingly use or spread disinformation to benefit my own candidacy or damage others. And I will fight disinformation aimed at my campaign, my opponents, and voters.
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) January 29, 2020
Quite an amazing stance for a politician who lied about her own heritage for decades.. Especially when the same politician has been pushing for President Trump to be impeached and removed from office after he was freely, fairly, and democratically elected to be president.
Thank YOU for treating Americans like we are so completely f#&king stupid that we can’t think for ourselves…
Sen. Warren’s hypocrisy did not go unnoticed by actor Rob Schneider who responded by tweeting:
Thank YOU @ewarren for treating Americans like we are so completely f#cking stupid that we can’t think for ourselves. Luckily we have leaders like YOU who can tell us what to believe & how to vote. You are right:the stakes are too high to trust the people to decide for themselves https://t.co/o8BNtQ4zPh
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) January 30, 2020
With Schneider’s response being retweeted nearly 13 times more than Warren’s original Tweet (8,500 for Schneider to 661 for Warren), it is obvious that the Twitter-verse agrees with Schneider.