When you get caught with your hand in the video recording jar:
Did you license this footage from my employer? No one on your campaign reached out to me for permission to watermark this footage and use it in a campaign ad. Please remove it promptly. Thanks. https://t.co/Itfd0k8Txr
— Travis Long (@vizjourno) June 30, 2020
Dandy has apparently taken this ad down, but cue the RW nutters complaining about "Liberal" media not allowing conservatives to steal their intellectual property...
Where is Tillis on this? Not a day goes by he tries to say he's looking out for veterans and military communities -- and yet he hasn't said a single thing about a Russian bounty program that targeted U.S. soldiers #ncsen #ncpol https://t.co/Zok5lXxqNR
— Robert Howard (@RobertWHoward) June 29, 2020
Better yet (and I know it isn't as important because he isn't running, but still) where is Richard Burr on this? He was the Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee when this report should have come before Congress. Did Burr know? Did Burr care?
I would like to thank Libertarian VP candidate @RealSpikeCohen for his endorsement. I look forward to working with both Spike and Dr. Jo Jorgensen in the coming months.#LPNC #Steve4Gov #Libertarian #ncpol #JoNotJoe https://t.co/pcSMHISet7
— Steven DiFiore for NC Governor (@Steve4Gov) June 29, 2020
I have no idea who either of these guys are. Or the desire to find out...
— Melissa Boughton (@mel_bough) June 29, 2020
New Orleans is 81 miles away from Baton Rouge. Thank god SCOTUS ruled this down.
— Emma Brown (@EmBrownDC) June 29, 2020
Translated: "I've been campaigning, like I always have." Useless as teats on a boar hog (that doesn't count as a curse word because I used the proper spelling).
— Dennis (@DennisMNews) June 29, 2020
And I thought that Trump golf cart parade in Florida was peak 2020. I was wrong...
— Lindsay Marchello (@LynnMarch007) June 29, 2020
Hahahahaha! I can't wait for the Carolina Journal to try and float that turd...
In May 2019, Kevin Stone, James "Jim" Shillinglaw, and the NC Sons of Confederate Veterans met with state legislators Larry Pittman, Keith Kidwell, Jerry Carter, and Michael Speciale at the UDC house in Raleigh.https://t.co/svMTt3PrKR
kw: UNC BOG, SCV, racists, $2.5 million pic.twitter.com/DFjdqutwa4
— Move Silent Sam (@Move_Silent_Sam) December 11, 2019
The Hall of Shame needs to be widened so they can all walk together.
— Andy Specht (@AndySpecht) June 29, 2020
And there's the difference between how the RNC treats a Republican Governor vs a Democratic one. Hypocrites, every one of them.
— Robert Thomas (@robertthomasnc1) June 29, 2020
I don't recall Republicans "working with" the Dems in the U.S House when the GOP had control. And if I'm not mistaken, several of those Republicans openly declared they would oppose *every* policy put forward by Obama. So quit whining about fairness.
— Michael Whatley (@WhatleyNCGOP) June 29, 2020
Yeah, I'm sure Dandy can wave his magic wand and protect people from the pandemic. Or maybe pray it away. I do hate a demagogue.
— PrussianAutogyro (@prussiaautogyro) June 29, 2020
Yeah, if that's all he can bring himself to say, he should just stick to "no comment."
A timely reminder @propublica about how the current problems with #UnemploymentInsurance in North Carolina are the direct result of deliberate choices made by @NCLeg--choices that have consequences for real people. #ncpol #NCeconomy https://t.co/zZAia7Bhto
— John Quinterno (@JohnQuinterno) June 30, 2020
Yep, they broke it, and are now howling for Roy Cooper to fix it. Just another day in GOP misinformationland.
On that contemptible note, and with deep apologies for being so late posting, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) June 28, 2020
Not satire. He actually feels this way.